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Jozsef Pinter vs David Bronstein
Budapest (1977), Budapest HUN, rd 13, Aug-??
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Fianchetto Defense (B14)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Jun-27-07  kellmano: It's quite amusing to play through this on the tablebases. Starts off as a theoretical win for black, but in 50 + moves!

He doesn't really make to much progress, the final position is mate in 26

Apr-21-09  WhiteRook48: I have never seen this kind of endgame before
Dec-20-09  ColonelFearguson: This kind of endgame was thought to be a draw and the "drawing" strategy was followed by Pinter in this game, but only in the 1990s, thanks to computers, people found out that it's winning for the side with 2 Bishops. Some similar endgames have been won from that time.
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Feb-18-13  Everett: Well if there was anyone not so willing to play this out correctly, it would be Bronstein; maybe Janowski and Bogolubow as well.
Mar-31-16  QueensideCastler: It's mate in 79 after 59. Kxf4 according Lomonosov Tablebases.
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