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This was how "Devik" wrapped up a 5-minute game:
Okay, I got it first time, sat comfortably and under no pressure. Different proposition in a blitz game, though.
I think Zita - Bronstein is one of my favorite games by that master.
His French Winawer opening novelty against Boleslavsky is another good one.
And he was actually married to Boleslavsky's daughter!
1. Rxd6 Rc8 (as tit for tat? instead of Bxd6)
[no point in Q-exchange is it: 2. Rxd7, then ...Rxc1+]
ohhh anyways, Black does not look too hott at all in this position,
Blueemu, I think that nowadays black plays e3! not qh6. IMO it is a little better.
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