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David Bronstein vs A Levin
USSR (1969)
Sicilian Defense: Wing Gambit. Deferred Variation (B50)  ·  1-0


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Jan-10-10  Everett: 15.Qb1 is a great attacking move.
Jan-10-10  Atking: All moves look good here. Funny is when you try the "Find similar game".
Jan-11-10  Everett: A delayed wing-gambit vs the Najdorf move order always seemed to make sense to me. Black would prefer to play d5 in one go, and must play the less then optimal line. I wondered why it was not played more often. We see Bronstein, as was typical, willing to try it himself.

At the end, if 20..Kxe5 then 21.f4+ Kf6 22.e5+ Kf5 23.Qe4+ Kg4 24.Qf3+ Kf5 25.Qd3+ Kg4 26.Qh3#

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  OBIT: 13...Ke7 looks awfully strange. Is 13...Qe7 that bad for Black?
Feb-08-10  Everett: <OBIT> After 13..Qe7 14.Nb5 looks promising for white.
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