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Stuart C Conquest vs David Bronstein
London (England) (1989), Bayswater, London ENG, rd 2, Aug-31
Caro-Kann Defense: Accelerated Panov Attack. Modern Variation (B10)  ·  0-1
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Sep-08-05  Granite: Some nice tactics in this one, Bronstein sacs a pawn to get double isolated pawns to pressure on an open file and then a kingside attack. Fun one!
Nov-28-10  Everett: After <23..Nxf2 24.Kxf1 Bxd4+ 25.Ke1> we have an interesting position.

Black's Queen would love to take white's g3N with check and then pick up the hanging bishop on g5, but what to do with the white queen defending the N?

Run interference with <25..Bc3+!>

But what if white plays <25.Kf1?> Then one line can be <25..Nc3! 26.Bh4 <26.Rxc3 Bxc3 27.bxc3 Qxg3 28.Bf3 Bxf3 29.gxf3 Qxf3+ 30.Ke1 bxc3! and wins> Qf4+ 27.Ke1 Qf2+ 28.Kd2 Qxe2+! 29.Nxd2 Be4#>

Sep-22-11  Dr. J: But what if 23..Nxf2 24.Kxf1 Bxd4+ 25.Ke1 Bc3+ 26.Kf2 protecting the Knight?
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