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Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian vs David Bronstein
Keres Memorial (1979), Tallinn URS, rd 2, Feb-22
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Bishop Attack (E47)  ·  1-0

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Jul-17-03  aulero: <chessgames.com> The current game and the following are the same Petrosian vs Bronstein, 1979
Jul-17-03  MCTREZE: It's interesting to see how tactical Petrosian could be. He was regarded as a secure positional player but his games show a lot of very clever difficult combinations.
Jul-17-03  ughaibu: I think he played it on a long ear.
Jul-09-08  Ulhumbrus: On 32..Bg6 33 Qc3 threatens 33 Bxh6 as well as b3 trapping the N on c4
Mar-15-12  Garech: Another fantastic game from this pair - this one definitely has GOTD potential - I will recommend now. Cheers,

-Garech

Mar-30-13  Rick360: Who said Petrosian's games were boring?

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