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David Bronstein vs Boris A Zlotnik
Moscow Championship (1978), Moscow URS
French Defense: Tarrasch Variation. Modern System (C03)  ·  1-0

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Dec-14-10
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  Everett: In the middle of a spirited attack (27.Nf6+!) Bronstein calmly consolidates his position with 30.Qe3! The black queen finds itself without squares!

From the final position, if black plays 37.Rxe5, then 38.Qc8+ is mate in 4, as all 4 of black's pieces will interpose on their individual squares to stave off the inevitable mate; Bd8, Re8, Nf8, Bg8.

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