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Grigory Ravinsky vs David Bronstein
Moscow-ch (1953), Moscow URS
Old Indian Defense: General (A53)  ·  0-1

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Jul-06-08  Xeroxx: Great sacrifce from Bronstein if he had lived today he would most definitely have been a true believer.
Oct-31-09  Everett: I'm not sure if this is best play but 26.Nd1 Ng5 27.Nf2 Nxf3 28.Nxg4 Rxh3+ 29.Kg2 Nxe1 30.Kxh3 Nxd3 is a pretty finish.
Mar-19-21
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  Bishoprick: Don't understand why White didn't play e4xf5 on move 11. Someone please explain.
Mar-19-21
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  moronovich: <Bishoprick: Don't understand why White didn't play e4xf5 on move 11. Someone please explain.>

Good question.
Most likely white overlooked or underestimated 15..Ng4.

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