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David Bronstein vs Rudolf Teschner
EUR-chT (Men) 3rd (1965), Hamburg FRG, rd 1, Jun-06
Vienna Game: Mieses Variation (C26)  ·  1-0
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May-07-06  Maynard5: Teschner's knight sacrifice on move 18 is completely unsound. But Bronstein, to his credit, declines it in favor of an immediate attack on the king position. This entire opening line appears to be very bad for Black. By move 14, White has complete control of the center, and attacking possibilities on either wing.
Jun-01-07  HOTDOG:


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Black has the move.Teschner was analyzing this position at home,at the dinner hour.his wife ordered him to go to the table to eat,but Teschner was very concentrating on the position,and realized that after 1...Bxg2 2.Rg1 Qg5 3.Ne4 Qg6 4.Ng3 Be4 5.Ne2 Bg2 6.Nf4 White gains a piece.his wife said to him:''and you refuses to go to dinner for such a silly thing?''.And Teschner to her:''what's wrong?''.And his wife:''that's wrong that after 1...Bxg2 White plays 2.Qg4 and that's finished,and now go to the table!'' (from ''Scacchi Matti 2'',Paolo Bagnoli,Mursia Italy)

Jun-02-15  jdc2: After 19...bxc6, White has a forced mate
in 9. Fantastic play by Bronstein.
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