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Igor Bondarevsky vs Isaac Boleslavsky
USSR Absolute Championship (1941), Leningrad- Moscow URS, rd 7, Apr-01
French Defense: Winawer. Positional Variation (C19)  ·  1-0

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Mar-26-08
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  vonKrolock: An extraordinary fighting game, of epic dimensions, strongly characterized by the rupture <22...e6-e5>!!, a motif with few recorded similar predecessors (like, for instance one by Schlechter vs Showalter in Vienna 1898)

<35...c4-c3> "35...♕e1 forcing a draw"

<38...♕e3+> "38...c2 39.♕xc2 ♕g4+ with a draw"

(both possibilities pointed out by the loser himself)

Jun-09-13  Old King Cole: Pawn muscle is seen in this game where Bondarevsky beats Boleslavsky.
Dec-01-14  Captain Hindsight: Better would have been <47...bxa4> and black would hold out, e.g. <48.Qxa6 Ke7=>
Feb-05-16
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  whiteshark: What's wrong with <32...Qd2+> which threatens ...Rxf4 or if 33.Kg3 Qc3+ 34. K~ Qxa1

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