A Worthy Philidor

benws
benws
May 18, 2008, 12:00 AM |
7 | Strategy

This game is one of the most famous from the McDonnell-Labourdonnais matches. Labourdonnais sets up a powerful pawn center and marches down to queen in a way that would have made Philidor proud.

NOTE: ANNOTATIONS FROM THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST CHESS GAMES.


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