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Tigran V Petrosian vs David Bronstein
Moscow Spartakiad (1983), Jun-03
Torre Attack: Fianchetto Defense (A48)  ·  1-0



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Jan-31-07  Mazettakos: 40. Rd3 would have been a more straightforward way to win
Feb-09-07  mormonchess: Petrosian was not a straightforward kind of guy.
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  kamalakanta: Pretty amazing! Petrosian died one year after this game. It is a tactical masterpiece! Bronstein never could recover his pawn!
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  fredthebear: Guess the Move?

The open center led to many possibilities, w/some unpredictable moves. The engine has many suggestions for improvements. Looks like White got an edge in the opening and held it throughout.

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