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Evgeni Vasiukov vs David Bronstein
Moscow Championship (1978), Moscow URS
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-18-13
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  Everett: What I call variations on the Botvinnik System, Soltis calls the Queenside Stonewall, which is what I'm going to go with now.

It seems to me that Vasiukov gets a near winning position by move 20. Bronstein's Nc7 seems misplaced. Perhaps he should have banged out ...f5 on moves 18 or 19 instead of trying to play on the q-side. I do not understand the purpose of 19..bxc4.

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