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Petar Trifunovic vs David Bronstein
URS-YUG (1957), Leningrad URS, rd 6, Jul-??
Russian Game: Cozio (Lasker) Attack (C42)  ·  0-1
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Jun-17-06  Mendrys: Beautiful game by Bronstein. The position seems about equal by move 15 or so but it's Bronstein who is able activate his pieces and develop his attack. Trifunovic gives him some targets with 17. a3 and 18. c3 then dooms his light squared bishop to passivity with 21. d5. This seems to me to be the fatal mistake. After this Bronstein's attack is irresitable.
May-23-09
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Quite an amazing win: the famous drawing master Trifunović plays a line that seems to keep the draw in hand for White. But Bronstein finds a way to generate a winning attack.
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