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Viewable chess game David Bronstein vs Max Euwe, , with discussion forum and chess analysis Zurich Candidates (), Zurich SUI, rd 6, Sep Zurich was a chess tournament won by Vasily Smyslov. It was a Candidates Tournament References[edit]. Bronstein, David () [], Zurich International chess tournament, (2nd ed.), Dover Publications, ISBN Most of the time this referred to Bronstein’s book on the great Candidates Tournament, Zurich International Chess Tournament, ; but surprisingly often, my.

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Simply check the option “Don’t show random tips on game pages. I absolutely cannot believe there is no kibitzing on this one. Bronstein, the artist that he is, launches an extremely daring bronstien, the calm Euwe defends, and what is left is a wonderful draw.

If this is the draw we see at the current super-GM level, I don’t think anyone will be whining about draw at all. I mean, why did you take so long to kibitz on it? In his famous tournament book Bronstein says, if I recall correctly, that he was unable to find a win in the post-mortem.

This would be very difficult for either side to win. White could zroch grabbing black pawns but he has his own a-pawn to worry about and the black Queen is certain to generate some double attacks with the rooks separated. The danger is very great. It doesn’t look like white has enough compensation.

Rf2 etc but still a draw 42 moves. The main alternative to 15 Qxc5 is 15 e5 leading to the long theoretical line Kxg7 19 Bb2 which I. Sokolov used to defeat Kasparov in 28 moves at Wijk Aan Zee Nowadays, the best response to 15 Qxc5 is considered to be Bronstein, Wood and Soltis all give Rf4 is a much stronger zridh. Euwe returns the piece but his king is relatively safe hiding behind his major pieces. Bronstein felt that 28 a4 and 29 Ba3 would have been stronger forcing black to give back the exchange while maintaining an zruch.


Najdorf pays tribute to Bronstein in his note to His own Soviet colleagues esteem him to the highest bronsein they “adore” him for his prodigious talents and the inexhaustible wealth of ideas that pour out of every minute of his games.

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Although we ourselves fall victim many times to his overflowing fantasy, he is in our opinion the player who most “shakes the board,” making it come alive and turning the chess struggle into an emotional spectacle for the public. As commentators, we can only bbronstein and work desperately to uncover his profound ideas and thereby show them to the reader.

At this moment in the game, Bronstein thought for an hour and a quarter before deciding to take the pawn. What was it he saw during that time? Nothing less than these variations: Bb2 click for larger view Qf4 with the following continuations: Bxf5 Rzich c Bxd4 with an extra zrrich but also opposite-color bishops and a high probability of a draw. Or even better, Qe5 in place of Bxf5 Be2 and the d-pawn advances After so much analysis, Bronstein decides on Such is the character of this formidable fighter.


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