laskereshevsky: in the match-tournament book wrote by Botvinnik this game opening is called:
<King Indian Defence
(with moves interchage)> ...!!!....
also interesting are same comments..
after 4...g7 <this variation is not a new one. Practice shows that it is not as bed for black as it might seem....>(sic!)<...judging by this game, the most correct move is 5.f4 or 5.g5...>
6...bd7 <Evidently Bondarevsky thought 6...0-0 7.d2 h7 8.0-0-0 is dangerous.>
17.cxb <the position of the White king will of course be more secure than with 17.axb, but on the other hand with 17.axb White would have retained equal chances in the end-game. Now he will be forced to avoid the end-game as long as possible, as in fact Black has an extra pawn on the K-side.>
22.f4 <Passive tactics would be better
(if they could still be of any use).>
25...h6! <A cunning trap, wich his gullible> (...) <adversary failed to evade>
26...g8!! <Now this IS a combination! The threath g1+ is fatal, The spectators got their money's worth!>