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Andrey Alexandrovich Smorodsky vs Peter Romanovsky
USSR Championship (1927), Moscow URS, rd 2, Sep-27
Caro-Kann Defense: Bronstein-Larsen Variation (B16)  ·  0-1

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May-30-21
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  nizmo11: Romanovsky on move 39... "This is a prelude to an interesting combination leading to checkmate. I rate this combination as one of my best in terms of ideas and their execution" (2021, edition transl. by Grigory Baranov)
Romanovsky does not comment move 32...a5, and considers 33. bxa5 as a mistake. It seems that he had to visualize the possibility for the concluding combination already at this point.

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