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David Bronstein vs Lev Alburt
USSR Championship (1972), Baku URS, rd 19, Dec-15
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0



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  suenteus po 147: I'm assuming that 20...Qxe5 would be bad, and that's why Alburt resigned? Does it involve 21.Qa4+?
Jan-11-05  Cyphelium: <suenteuspo147> Yes. 20.- Qxe5 21. Qa4+ Ke7 22. Qd7+ Kf6 23. Qxf7+ Kg5 24. Nf3+ wins the queen.
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  suenteus po 147: <Cyphelium> Yes, you're right. I finally caught it about an hour after posting, having played around with the position. Thanks for the confirming analysis.
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  Everett: A complete disaster for black, who neglected his development and got duly punished by 16.e5
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  kingscrusher: Brutal game :)
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  HeMateMe: Let alburt, a Ukrainian, forced to compete under the USSR flag.

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