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Igor Bondarevsky vs Lev Aronin
USSR Championship (1951), Moscow URS, rd 8, Nov-26
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0



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  fredthebear: Nice workmanship of the White knights in this game. 34.Nc6 is a game winner, the start of a neat sequence that nets two pawns for a slow but sure endgame advantage.
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  GrahamClayton: 35...♖xe7 36. ♗xd6 is a neat fork winning a piece - the rook is unable to go to c7 to defend the knight.
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  woldsmandriffield: Elegant play by Bondarevsky. Aronin adds to the list of poorly placed Knights on QN2: 24..Nfe4! would have been a big improvement on 24..Nb7? when Black is fighting back with the idea of Nd2-b3.

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