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David Bronstein vs Evgeny Bareev
Rome Open (1990), Rome ITA, rd 3, Feb-05
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Reshevsky Variation (E46)  ·  0-1

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Jun-09-07
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  Richard Taylor: GG by Bareev!
Nov-30-12  vinidivici: the continuation is
50.Nc3 b5
51.gxf6 b4
52.Nd1 a4
53.Kf2 a3...0-1

if 51.Nd1 a4 52.Kf2 b4 53.Ke2 a3 0-1

if 49.gxf6 doesnt help either 49...d2!
50.Nc3 b5
51.Kg2 b4
52.Nd1 a4
53.Kf2 a3 0-1

So, Bronstein who we know that a very aggressive and imaginative manner of player had a little bit flaw on his endgames. I can show you some games to prove it.

Bronstein could easily draw with

47.Kg3 d4
48.Nb5 d3
49.Kf2

47.Kg3 Kg7
48.Kf4

Jan-10-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  Everett: <vinidivici> Congrats on being able to parrot Dvoretsky.

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