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Izak Aloni vs David Bronstein
Moscow Olympiad Final-A (1956), Moscow URS, rd 2, Sep-11
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E80)  ·  0-1

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Jan-19-06  Mendrys: Gem of a game by Bronstein. For most 10...c5! is counter intuitive. It weakens the d pawn and gives up hope of controlling d5. This same c pawn later proves decisive in allowing black to infiltrate white's position.
Mar-16-13  Garech: Incredible game by Bronstein - triple pawn sac to open lines! Impressive stuff.

-Garech

Apr-21-13  Everett: Bronstein turns White's Q into a spectator so he can freely attack the K.
Nov-18-13  Mendrys: This game is featured in The Sorcerer's Apprentice which I would highly recommend for any chess enthusiast.
Oct-11-14  tranquilsimplicity: What a magnificent strategy! The quintessential anti-materialist proves again and again that "Position is before material"; loosely translating as 'brains over brawn'.#
Oct-11-14  tranquilsimplicity: Or quality over quantity.#
Jun-26-19
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  saffuna: That rook on a8 was a pretty strong piece. Considering it never moved.
Jun-26-19
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  keypusher: <saffuna: That rook on a8 was a pretty strong piece. Considering it never moved.>

Yep, see also the h8 rook in Giri-Carlsen, played today.

A Giri vs Carlsen, 2019


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