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Chess Genius (Computer) vs David Bronstein
? (1994), Jun-01
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Classical Fianchetto (E67)  ·  0-1


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Aug-20-04  Everett: Not much of a genius, especially playing a Queens pawn opening against the king of the King's Indian, and known computer killer.
Aug-20-04  Shah Mat: lol maybe it was that powerful 486 that was the problem ^^;
May-06-12  Everett: Bronstein sacs his d-pawn to eventually plant a cramping pawn on c3. 21..Ne5!? and 23..Nd2 are interesting. Black loses with <24.Bxd2 Nf3+> and <24.Rxd2 cxd2> because Bxd2, Qxd2 and Rd1 all lose material.

The play on the weakened King's House without the LSB is similar to this great game Bronstein vs Lputian, 1996 in both Bronstein places the Q on the long diagonal, straight into the king's realm.

Oct-06-14  tranquilsimplicity: The only genius in this game is Bronstein.
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