David Ionovich Bronstein, born February 19, 1924 in Belaya Tserkov was one of the strongest and most imaginative players to emerge from the talent-rich Soviet Union. In 1950 he won the Budapest Candidates to earn a match for the World Chess Championship against Mikhail Botvinnik. After twenty-two games Bronstein led the match and needed just one point from the last two games to win the title. Alas, it was not to be as Botvinnik won the twenty-third game and held the draw in the final game to tie the match and retain his crown. (source : chessgames.com)
Can you play like Bronstein? At least a couple of moves?