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Of all the chess games on record, which are elevated to be in the "Ten Best" category, in your opinion? And why?; (if you care to elaborate).
I don't think I have any of His games in my database - strong player, though?
Yeah, but Steinitz beat him in a match (I heard some of them were forfeits though).
God wasn't that good after all ....
#2 Fischer-Karpov (game 6, first match)
This is the link to my CG collection for the ten greatest chess games ever played. See my websites ... for more info. (http://www.ajschess.com & http://www.lifemasteraj.com)
#1.) Kasparov - Topalov; Wijk ann Zee, 1999.
(See the collection - and my web page - http://www.ajschess.com/lifemasteraj/best_games.html - for more details.)
Sorry - but they never played.
Sorry - but they never played.
Yes, but Andy does okay for a guy whose head is filled with excelsior.
hmm it looked like there is a few thing you need know about andyclifton.....
edit: as goldendog pointed out one of them.
Thanks kco. I just told him .
we must have typed at the same time !
Nakamura the bully with 271 moves
I too am sorry about that, A J...
Yeah, that's true.
One thing I found rather interesting recently was going through Chernev's Most Instructive Games and finding huge praise heaped on Bogoljubov-Reti Mahrisch-Ostrau 1923, which I thought was a pretty pedestrian affair actually.
"Bogoljubov-Reti Mahrisch-Ostrau 1923, which I thought was a pretty pedestrian affair"
I never knew they even had an affair. Who was the pedesrian?
(As I said, she was a pretty pedestrian.)
Andy, she looks young for someone from 1923? And where are the handsome male pedestrians?
Okay, no doubt about it...I'm gonna have to work a little harder on my hoaxes next time.
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