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Josef Kling vs Hermann
corr (1868) (correspondence)
Spanish Game: Exchange. Bronstein Variation (C69)  ·  0-1



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Jul-16-05  Knight13: White resigned!? How does Black win?
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  Chessical: <Knight13> The White queen is vulnerable as she has to protect <g2> from the mate threats:

<17...Bc5!> 18.gxh3 Bxf2 19.Rxd8+ Rxd8 with a won position.

Jul-16-05  Knight13: <<17...Bc5!> 18.gxh3 Bxf2 19.Rxd8+ Rxd8 with a won position.> Ahh... I didn't see that! Thanks.
Jul-16-05  Kangaroo: I thought that the move <5...Qd6> was invented by David Bronstein ...

For instance, this game J T Barendregt vs Bronstein, 1965 could be viewed as a pioneer for the entire variation.

It turned out that the invention had been made almost 100 years before!

Mar-03-06  Knight13: 17. Be3 might have been better. 17. Kh1 is too obvious, and, of course, losing.
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  Messiah: "The Klingon Hamlet"

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