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David Bronstein vs Viktor Kupreichik
URS-ch sf (1983), Minsk
King's Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Rare Defenses (E90)  ·  1-0

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May-05-05  zb2cr: The incomparable Bronstein strikes again!
Dec-29-11  Everett: Through careful exchanges Bronstein has a very comfortable position after 23.Ne4. In a tough position Kupreichik sacs the exchange to create play vs Whites K along the long diagonal. Bronstein's defenses hold <34.Rhg1 prevent Qf6> and he finishes with a mating attack.
Dec-29-11  Everett: What would be the optimum way for White to meet <15..b5>? This seems like an improvement for Black.

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