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David Bronstein vs Nikolai Ivanovich Andrianov
Moscow-ch (1981), Moscow URS, rd 10
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Berlin Variation Pirc Variation (E39)  ·  0-1

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Oct-10-03  Chris00nj: 6. Be3 is a lousy move. He's trying to hang onto a doubled pawn but he blocks in e3. Surpisingly poor move from a player like David Bronstein.
Oct-10-03
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  Sneaky: I play 6.Bf4 in that position, where Black usually plays ...Bxc5 since I am threatening the annoying Bd6
Oct-11-03  drukenknight: gee, he really goes downhill fast in this, what if 19 Nc6 does this help on the q side?
Jan-04-12
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  wordfunph: weak d2 and so Andrianov played 24...Nf3+!

patzer like me would play 24...Nc4? :(

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