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Konstantin Aseev vs David Bronstein
Moscow Championship (1982), Moscow URS
Caro-Kann Defense: Bronstein-Larsen Variation (B16)  ·  0-1
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FEN COPIED

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Mar-24-03  ChessPraxis: (A) 15. Qxg3 Qh1#
(B) 15. fxg3 Qxd4+ and Black regains the piece and is up two pawns.
Jan-20-05
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  Honza Cervenka: 14.Re1 was a mistake but white's position looked already difficult. After better 14.Rd1 f4 black gets the piece back with some advantage too. It seems to be that whole idea beginning with 10.h4 was bad. Bronstein's play in this game was very keen.
Oct-20-12  TheTamale: This is what happens when you challenge your opponent to play the variation that's named after him.
Mar-25-13  Everett: Everyone who has been around chess knows the ..Ng4 and ..h5 follow-up to h3, opening up the h-file to deadly effect, while kicking or capturing a N on f3. It happens from both the Black and White sides.

Here is a variation on the theme, though it takes a fox like Bronstein to show us. The resource <14.Rd1 f4!> is a nice touch, thank you <Honza>.

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