Chess Champions 1

ManUtdForever12
ManUtdForever12
Jun 20, 2008, 12:00 AM |
0 | Chess Players

Adolf Anderssen

  Adolf Anderssen (July 6, 1818-March 13, 1876) was a German mathematics teacher was the first player to go over a 2600 ELO rating in 1850. who won the first international tournament in London, 1851, which was a knock-out event. He is famous for many games but his best were 'The Immortal Game' in London, 1851, with Anderssen at white and Lionel Adelberto Bagration Felix Kieseritzky (Baltics) and 'The Evergreen Game' in Berlin, 1852. Anderssen was at white and Jean Dufresne (Germany). In Anderssen's lifetime of chess, he losted most of his matches to great ones like Paul Morphy and Wilhelm Steinitz was one of the first players to play with style and when white, he sometimes would played his "white" opening, the Anderssen's Opening, which is only one move: a3.

By ManchesterUnitedFC


More from ManUtdForever12
French Defence

French Defence

Sicilian Defence

Sicilian Defence