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Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov vs David Bronstein
USSR Championship (1959), Tbilisi URS, rd 14, Feb-01
Spanish Game: Schliemann Defense (C63)  ·  1-0
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Nov-16-03  Brian Watson: what follows 18..Nxe4?
Nov-16-03  fred lennox: My guess is...Nxe4, Bb6...Ne4 moves, Bxc7 attacking the chain at the base. If...Nxf2, Qxf2...cxb6, Rxd6, b6 is gone.
Nov-17-03  drukenknight: I thought the sack was a bit panicky was 26..Nf4 acceptabe. At the end he sort of gives up was 37...Re8 possible?
Jun-02-09  Jgamazo: IF 37. ... Re8? 38.Qe6+! and now :
a) 39. ... Ng8 40.Rxg8+ Qxg8 [40. ...Ke7 41.Rxe8+ and the Queen falls ] 41.Qf6+ Qf7 42.Rh8#mate

b) 39. ... Kf8 39.Rh8+ Ke7 40.Rxe8+ Nxe8 41.Rh7+ now anywhere the king goes f8 or d8 he loses the Queen. If the knight goes to g7 then Rxg7+ and then the Queen falls again.

Oct-26-16  zydeco: 27....Rxf5 seems a little restless. Bronstein was out of form in this tournament.
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