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|Dec-27-06|| ||Themofro: True, but would still be hopelessly lost of course.|
|Dec-27-06|| ||aazqua: Put me down for about 4 seconds. There aren't a whole lot of options here and it's clear where the pieces will have to go.|
|Dec-27-06|| ||laskereshevsky: laskereshevsky: HELLO
From the BRONSTEIN's book " THE SOURCER APPRENDIST" ( the translaction is mine from a french edition...sorry for the possibles mistake).
BRONSTEIN give here he's final comment about a game **BRONSTEIN-PALMIOTTO** played in the 1958 chess olympic games:
<The game was played in the URSS-ITALY match. Cause im a follower of the famous italian classic school, i managed to create an uncompromise attack with my pawns, to demonstrate that even in a "half-open" game is possible to create a combinative style attack.
Several years after, In the 1990 i was guested to partecipate in a ROME tournament. Absolutly unexpected, at least for me, also BOTVINNIK whose there. I asked to the organizers if he was in the player-list. "NO," they answered me, " he's here to receive the GIOACCHINO GREGO PRICE." I asked if he had ever played a game in the classical italian's schoole style...."NO," they answered, "But in one of he's books he wrote that GRECO was a great player...."
Five years far from, im still very amused by this ingenuousness, and im ask to myself if those italians organizers had ever seen one of my games!>
WELL.... for a fate of the destiny....I WAS THERE WHEN BRONSTEIN RAISED UP HE'S GLANGE FROM THE CHESS BORDER AND SAW BOTVINNIK!!!!!......
If you BRONSTEIN's fans (of course, too x me he was a giant...) like it, in a future post, i will give my evidence. Like FORREST GUMP...." I NEED A LITTLE NAP" ......GOOD NIGHT
|Dec-27-06|| ||nimzo knight: GOT IT !!|
|Dec-27-06|| ||laskereshevsky: P.S. excuse me, but x to be honest i had forget a part of the BRONSTEIN's speach.
Posted it between < combinative style attack> and <several years after>|
:<YES, THE ITALIAN CLASSIC SCHOOL's ITS REALLY IMMORTAL!>...I apologize to all the italians, and all the italian classic school's fan...
|Dec-27-06|| ||ALEXIN: Not to much difficult, I think.|
|Aug-07-08|| ||artspec: No point in bothering to say how long it took to find it. It's too simple to any player of intermediate level and above.|
|Aug-28-08|| ||dwavechess: Bronstein concur with rybka 2.3.2 at 14 ply in 9/12 moves.|
|Sep-11-08|| ||dwavechess: With Rybka 3 w32 at 3 minutes per move 10/12 83! for Bronstein, perfect combination from move 7.|
|Apr-09-09|| ||WhiteRook48: nice knight fork|
|Jun-30-10|| ||HannibalSchlecter: Bravo Bronstein! Magic!|
|Jun-30-10|| ||Robed.Bishop: 7. 0-0 is better for white.|
|May-06-11|| ||LIFE Master AJ: Incredible ... wordless/speechless.|
|Sep-26-11|| ||MaczynskiPratten: In Bronstein's collection he entitles this game "The baton of generations", explaining that 8...Be6 was inspired by his favourite out of all Morphy's combinations. Does anyone know what that game might be?|
Here 8...Be6 is deliciously sneaky as it merely looks like a natural block of White's attack on f7. Who would guess at this point that it is actually to stop White's bishop interposing between a White King on g1 and a Black Queen on e1?!
In Bronstein's book he gives the game as being played out to mate, which feels more artistic.
|Jan-14-14|| ||MarkFinan: I was just about to type "Classy, brilliant, impressed and kinda speechless!" then I saw this above.. <LIFE Master AJ: Incredible ... wordless/speechless>. Something is wrong with me, I'm starting to think like him too, haha. |
Brilliant. Not much more I can say. I'm really starting to look through more of Bronsteins games since I noticed he spotted a forced mate in 10. Nobody, on this site at least, really rates this guy as highly as I thought there would.
|Jan-14-14|| ||Everett: <Mark> In which game did he spot the mate in 10?|
Im a big Bronstein fan, BTW. Check out my game collections. They are not just about his most famous games, but all the interesting ones... I imagine just as he would have had it...
|Jan-14-14|| ||MarkFinan: Bronstein vs M20, 1963|
This game, mate. You go over it with an engine (forget his opponent was a weak computer) and you can tell he saw the mate.
|Jan-14-14|| ||MarkFinan: Everett.. I will check your game collections out as well because I like this player, and im looking for some good games to put in one of my collections. |
|Aug-26-14|| ||Bruce Graham: The last knight check must have really 'F..'d 'im off!|
|Sep-22-14|| ||MarkFinan: Oh what a classic little game this is! You have to love how he plays ..Be6! here.. |
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drawing the bishop away from protecting the f1 square (I think that's what he was doing?), instead of playing ..Ng3+ first. I forgot all about this game, and even though White plays a few questionable moves it's still a classy well spotted execution. Great little game.
|Apr-08-15|| ||Cybe: Why not 7. B:f7+ ? And after 7… K:f7, 8. N:e5+, 8… Kg8, 9. Q:h5 – white stays slightly better (strong russian engines gave 0,81 for white).|
|Jun-03-17|| ||offramp: That must have effed him right off.|
|Jun-03-17|| ||morfishine: Efimov is NN's cousin
|Jun-03-17|| ||ColeTrane: Like that Metallica album, "Eff 'em All"|
|Jun-03-17|| ||ChessCoachClark: Looked at this game this morning and used it in our Royal Guards Chess Club meeting this afternoon! The last move is an excellent demonstration of an In-Between Move. |
Also, the continuation with the Knight being captured (13. Nxe2 Qe1#) is a Mighty Queen Mate which is both another example of an In-Between Move (with the same piece being left uncaptured-- the Bishop at e6) and a demonstration of one of my chess maxims: "Mate, Don't Take!"
Satisfying example game for our members to analyze and be reminded of good tactics and principles.
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