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Peter Romanovsky vs Ilya Rabinovich
USSR Championship (1939), Leningrad URS, rd 15, May-10
Sicilian Defense: Modern Variations. Anti-Qxd4 Move Order Accepted (B50)  ·  0-1

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Feb-01-13
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  Phony Benoni: The final position is better for White, if not winning. However, the game was adjourned at that point, and Romanovsky withdrew from the tournament before it was resumed.
Nov-16-21  Llera: <Phony Benoni> Black threatens Bf4 and Bf1+, creating a mate net, and probably, Black pawns will queen before white ones. Furthermore after Black Bf1+ and Bb5, defending the c6 pawn, Black king is ready for take the walk Kd6-Ke7-Kf7-Kg6-Kxh6-Kh5-Kh4-Kg3-pg5-g4 and White pawns in h6 and f3 will fall and Black pawns will queen.

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