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Of course, the most aggressive would be some 1400 club player who sacrifices all this pieces and wins 20% of his games.
Top players, especially modern ones, are very well rounded.
Maybe look at Andersson or others from centuries past.
Larsen, and Marshall
Playing aggressively, or behaving aggressively? I would vote for Nakamura for the latter (amongst today's high-visibility players - I have no idea what the historical figures were like - I imagine they tended to be more inhibited about showing aggression).
Rudolf Spielmann, son livre L'ART DU SACRIFICE AUX ÉCHECS.
il était un féroce joueur du GAMBIT DU ROI et autres gambits sauvages.
David Yanovsky. He was agressive not only during the game, but often after it too.
Are you talking about david Janowski? If so, he was gaunt looking, cadaverous. He was probably 5' 6" and weighed 120 lbs.
How could he possibly be aggressive off the chess board? Cite some examples please.
He had an aggressive roulette strategy.
Still not that impressive.
nice video prawn eat prawn,hitlers bishop could notattack and intercept the queen as the queen can move horizontally so hitler thinking of flawless strategy is diminish as to troop movements and war machine.
I don't think of Karpov as aggressive. As White his foremost concern was stifling any active play that Black might have. Basically he played a waiting game, and if Black played an inaccuracy he would go after it rentlessly. One of his few flaws was in the endgame where he refused to take any risks and often allowed draws when he had the advantage.
I don't think of Karpov as aggressive.
Karpov was more passive-aggressive, imo.
by SQUEAKERISCHESSKING a few minutes ago
Post your best miniatures here
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Breyer Variation / Chigorin Defense
by Archerknight a few minutes ago
Scandinabian defence gambit???
by montemaur a few minutes ago
The bad thing about chess is its fixed starting position.
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Drawing a 2700 GM...as black!
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Wooden Chess Sets in India
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Carlsen is mediocre - my analyses
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Karpov stronger then Carlsne lol
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