Bronstein – Browne

In the late 1980s and early 90s I got to spend some time with David Bronstein. I might write some more about this at a later date, for now here’s a wonderful description of one of his games by Yasser Seirawan.

Of course it would be nice to have some moves as well so here they are. After the pawn sacrifice with 20.h4 the ‘critical’ line is probably 21…Bxf5 after which White gets strong play on the light squares: