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David Bronstein vs Petar Trifunovic
Amsterdam Olympiad Final-A (1954), Amsterdam NED, rd 8, Sep-20
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Fischer Variation (E44)  ·  1-0



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Dec-20-11  Everett: The game starts as a Nimzo but turns into a Benoni structure where Black has no DSB, no dark-square control. Little wonder it turns into a rout. If there is a way out for Black, it likely comes before move 22.

Bronstein's 28.f6 is an interesting move, yet Black seems to be able to stave off immediate disaster with 28..g6. I wonder if 28.Rfd1 is better.

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