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David Bronstein vs William Winter
Radio Match (1946), ?, rd 1, Jun-19
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. Yugoslav Attack (B77)  ·  0-1
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Oct-22-05
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  Benzol: <ray keene> Ray I believe you were interested in seeing this game.
Apr-22-06  Whitehat1963: O.K., what in the world is the mysterious 22. c4 about?
Sep-17-08  chocobonbon: As Bronstein played <22.c4> he remembered that Winter loses sometimes.
Sep-11-09  Sem: Bronstein: The Winter of our discontent.
Jul-16-14  jerseybob: Every great player lays an egg once in awhile; for Bronstein in this game it's a whole omelet! But give Winter equal credit for his fearless play: Bronstein's ill-fated knight, which never should've been played to b3 in the first place, finally dies on a5 and that's all there is.
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