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This is one of the most famous chess endgame puzzles (studies) ever. This video demonstrates the solution to this highly aesthetic puzzle.
While i was reading the story i thought that Karpov would solve it, but the attacking magician Tal did it after a walk :D Great video Jerry :)
What an amazing study. Beautiful!
Many thanks for presenting this and your commentary, Jerry.
Cool story. Tal was a master of insane chess.
Cool back story.
Awesome ! Thanks
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