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Jens Henriksen vs David Bronstein
Gausdal (1994), ?
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Gligoric-Taimanov System (E92)  ·  0-1

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May-28-08  Xeroxx: Maybe g3 is a bit controversial.
Oct-29-11  Everett: Down two pieces, and another two sitting at home, Bronstein delivers mate (with the help of Rg1 and g4) after a classic KID k-side attack.

Interesting, besides 8..Qe8, is the dance of the DSBs up to move 17. Bronstein manages to open up the long diagonal and plant his on it unopposed.

On 20..Ng3 Bronstein recommends <21.Rxg3 fxg3 22.Bxg3 Be5 23.Nb5 Bxg3 24.Rg1 Qh4 25.Rxg3 Qe7 intending ..a6, ..Rf4 and ..Nd7-e5.>

Feb-18-13  Everett: Bronstein's KID rational: great activity, relatively safe king, often direct attacks on the opponents K.
Feb-14-17
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  GrahamClayton: After 16. gxh4 fxe3 17. ♘db1, is Black's best plan to plant a knight on f4?

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