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David Bronstein vs S Wood
London m/7 (1975), London ENG
King's Gambit: Accepted. Abbazia Defense (C36)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-14-03  Chelanth Vic: I think that 5. ..... c6 is better for black then 5. .....h6. Bronstein finished his job superior and also 5. .... h6 I think there starts the problems.
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  refutor: 5.c4 seems a little greedy to me, but has been played by (amongst others) bronstein, réti and larsen
May-18-05  RookFile: A nice crush by Bronstein.
Apr-06-06  VOK: I can't understand the 16.0-0-0. isn't the move kind of illegal?
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  paulalbert: Is your question because the black B is attacking the B1 square? There is no prohibition in the castling rules of the R crossing an attacked square. Only the K cannot do so. Paul Albert
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