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Arthur Bisguier vs David Bronstein
Maroczy Memorial (1961), Budapest HUN, rd 11, Oct-28
Old Indian Defense: Two Knights Variation (A54)  ·  0-1

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May-10-09  Brown: Bronstein could have made things easier on himself with 33..Bxc3

Also, his optimism must have brought him to play 14..d5 instead of 14..Nc6

Bisguier's 26.Kc2 walks right into the bishops line of fire, allowing the combination. The comp suggest 26.Rdf1, with white in control.

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