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David Bronstein vs Anthony Santasiere
USSR - USA Radio Match (1945), Moscow RUS and New York USA, rd 1, Sep-01
Gruenfeld Defense: Botvinnik Variation (D95)  ·  1-0
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Feb-16-04  refutor: this was the radio match, no? where is the other game?
Feb-17-04  drukenknight: santassier must have been awfully strong at this pt. to have lasted that long with him.
Feb-17-04  refutor: here's the other game (from chesslab, i'm about to post it)

[Event "?"]
[Site "radio"]
[Date "1945.??.??"]
[White "Santasiere, A "]
[Black "Bronstein, D "]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A05"]
[Round "2"]

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. b4 d6 3. d4 g6 4. c4 Bg7 5. Bb2 O-O 6. Nbd2 a5 7. a3 e5 8. dxe5 Nfd7 9. e3 Nc6 10. Qb3 axb4 11. axb4 Rxa1+ 12. Bxa1 Ncxe5 13. Bc3 c5 14. Be2 Qf6 15. Ne4 Qe7 16. Bxe5 Nxe5 17. bxc5 dxc5 18. O-O Bg4 19. Ned2 Nc6 20. Rd1 Nb4 21. Nb1 Qf6 22. Na3 Ra8 23. Nd4 Bxe2 24. Nxe2 Qb2 25. Qxb2 Bxb2 26. Nb5 Nc6 27. Rb1 Ra4 28. Ng3 Be5 29. f4 Bg7 30. Nd6 Rb4 31. Rc1 f5 32. e4 Bd4+ 33. Kh1 Be3 34. Rf1 Na5 35. exf5 Nxc4 36. Nxc4 Rxc4 37. fxg6 hxg6 38. f5 g5 39. f6 Rc1 40. Rxc1 Bxc1 41. Ne4 c4 42. g4 Bf4 43. Kg2 b5 44. Kf3 b4 45. h4 c3 46. hxg5 c2 47. Kxf4 c1=Q+ 48. Kf5 Qc8+ 49. Kf4 b3 50. g6 b2 0-1

Feb-17-04  Resignation Trap: Santasiere's Folly was much more effective against Reinfeld than against Bronstein:

Santasiere vs F Reinfeld, 1937

Feb-17-04  drukenknight: Wow this is way better game than the Reinfeld game. This may be fun to analyze, Look at move 23 why does white feel he has to move the Q? Cant he have some fun w/ the Rook sack on c7? What if 23 b5 Nd5? or...?

Look at move 29 why is he compelled to take the pawn with the R?

May-31-14
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  Jonathan Sarfati: Israel Albert Horowitz annotated both annotated both Bronstein–Santasiere game in http://digilander.libero.it/taiosca...

The other game is Santasiere vs Bronstein, 1945

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