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Peter Vasilievich Dubinin vs Lev Aronin
"Dubstep" (game of the day Jul-27-2015)
USSR Championship (1947), Leningrad URS, rd 4, Feb-07
Alekhine Defense: Two Pawn Attack. Lasker Variation (B02)  ·  1-0

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Jul-27-15
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: And a good pun to go with a good game. Dubinin seems to have done a fine job of stifling any possible tricks Black might have had at the end. The week has started well.
Jul-27-15  FairyPromotion: Games like this make me love chess. Very glad that it made it as GotD. =)
Jul-27-15  Eusebius: Good morning. White is exploiting the two-threats-strategy after 35.Qg2. First on d- and f-file. After that on the f- and h-file. Beautiful.
Jul-27-15
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  sydbarrett: chessgames, you spelled Aronian's name wrong. how lazy
Jul-27-15  morfishine: Two connected pawns are powerful. Two unconnected pawns can also be powerful

<sydbarrett> Shine on you Lazy Diamond

*****

Jul-27-15  JimmyRockHound: Syd. This game appears to have been played in 1947...
Jul-27-15
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  kevin86: White has only a rook and four pawns against a queen and two pawns. The "weaker" side wins. (OK, white has TWO pawns on the seventh!)
Jul-27-15  nimh: How many times have Aronin and Aronian been confused by members of cg.com and even shared that with others? I've seen only two, then again, I usually view a handful of games per day here.
Jul-27-15  scormus: Very nicely executed by Dubinin, an inexorable march step by step to the finish line. From B's point of view, it must have been a bit like watching the tide coming in.
Jul-27-15
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  sydbarrett: C'mon guys I was obviously making a cheap joke. You didn't really think I was that dumb... right??

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