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Yuri S Gusev vs Vladimir Antoshin
Moscow-ch (1952), rd 13
Indian Game: Anti-Nimzo-Indian (E10)  ·  0-1
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Aug-31-04
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  Chessical: A no-holds barred fighting game as Gusev and then Antoshin counter-sacrifice.

24..Rc3!? is an amazing move, but is does not appear to be sound after <27.cxb4> followed up by h4.

After Gusev's <28.Qc2?> Antoshin makes no mistake, seeing the mating combination using the very favourably placed white squared bishop.

Oct-23-08  thebribri8: A seemingly safe line 27 cxb4 Qh5 28 h4 loses to 28...Bxh4! 29 gxh4 Qg4+ 30 Kf1 Re8 threatening mate on g2. White's only, yet unpalatable move is 31 Qxf3 and black will have a fairly comfortable endgame.
May-21-15  tjipa: This game has been well annotated by David Bronstein in the Latvian chess magazine Sahs, issue 1970/7, under the headline 'From the Archives', so I guess Bronstein's annotations appear elsewhere in more available sources.
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