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Roman Dzindzichashvili vs Walter Browne
New York International Open (1984), New York, NY USA, rd 8, May-??
Hungarian Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A00)  ·  1-0

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Oct-29-05  Dionyseus: 33.Bb8 was nice
Sep-14-06  yyacb: This game is covered in Roman's Lab, Volume 7, Think and Play Like a Grandmaster. http://yyacb.blogspot.com/2006/09/r...
Feb-27-11  Llawdogg: Very well-played game by both players. Walter Browne did not seem to make any mistakes. Dzindzi played very well.

33 Bb8!! was a spectacular blocking move like from a tactics puzzle. 34 Rxe4 was a strong move offering to sacrifice the exchange. And 35 Re5! was a great rook sacrifice that led to a forced mate in four. Very nice.

Sep-26-11  birthtimes: Browne's 11...f6 was a weak move. Better would have been 11...Bd7 or 11...b6.
Sep-26-11  King of Nothing: This was a nice combination to close out "Six-Time" Browne in this game.
Sep-08-15
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  whiteshark: Two attacks on the ♗d6

<33.Bb8!!> (Beginning by sealing in the Ra8 and threatening 2.Rxe4 Qxe4 3.Qg8+)

<33...Qe8> (1...f5 2.f3)

<34.Rxe4 Qxb8> (Maintaining material equality and pinning the Qg3.)

<35.Re5!> (Unpinning the Qg3, threat Qg6+)

<35...fxe5 36.Qg6+ Kh8 37.Qh6+> (5.Qh6+ Rh7 6.Qf6+ Rg7 7.Qxg7#) 1-0

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