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Igor Bondarevsky vs Isaac Boleslavsky
USSR Championship (1945), Moscow URS, rd 7, Jun-10
Trompowsky Attack: Edge Variation (A45)  ·  0-1



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Jun-21-08  zev22407: Black has a shaky pawns structure but the better development and the initiative.
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  plang: Very little was known about the Trompovsky when this game was played. Hodgson recommends 7 Kf2!? but the whole line (4 f3) looks fishy to me. Certainly Boleslavsky got a powerful position very quickly.

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