Bogoljubov, Efim

Efim Dmitriyevich Bogoljubov was a Russian-born German chess player who played two matches against Alexander Alekhine for the world championship. He was granted the title of grandmaster by FIDE in 1951.

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Bogoljubov, Efim

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Alekhine, Alexander - Bogoljubov, Efim
World Championship 15th, Germany
1934
Barlow, Henry Stephens - Bogoljubov, Efim
Scarborough, Scarborough
1927
Alekhine, Alexander - Bogoljubov, Efim
Munich, Munich
1941
Reti, Richard - Bogoljubov, Efim
New York, New York
1924
Muffang, Andre - Bogoljubov, Efim
Margate, Margate
1923
Bogoljubov, Efim - Pilnik, Herman
Belgrade, Belgrade
1952
Euwe, Max - Bogoljubov, Efim
Zuerich, Zuerich
1934
Bogoljubov, Efim - Alekhine, Alexander
World Championship 14th, GER/NLD
1929
Bezruchko, Georgs - Bogoljubov, Efim
Kemeri, Kemeri
1939
Bogoljubov, Efim - Menchik, Vera
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1929
Saemisch, Fritz - Bogoljubov, Efim
Bad Nauheim/Stuttgart/Garmisch, Bad Nauheim
1937
Saemisch, Fritz - Bogoljubov, Efim
Bremen, Bremen
1937
Bogoljubov, Efim - Wolf, Heinrich
Bad Pistyan, Bad Pistyan
1922
Solmanis, Zigfrids - Bogoljubov, Efim
Kemeri, Kemeri
1939
Bogoljubov, Efim - Spielmann, Rudolf
Noordwijk, Noordwijk
1938
Von Holzhausen, Walther - Bogoljubov, Efim
Berlin, Berlin
1926
Bogoljubov, Efim - Tartakower, Saviely
Noordwijk, Noordwijk
1938
Spielmann, Rudolf - Bogoljubov, Efim
Berlin, Berlin
1920