Fine's Ultimate Memory Test

Fine's Ultimate Memory Test

kenytiger
kenytiger
Sep 13, 2007, 12:00 AM |
5 | Amazing Games

Reuben Fine (New York City, 1914-1993) was one of the best Chess players in the world from the mid 1930's through the early 1940's. He was an International Grandmaster, Author of several Chess books and psychologist. Fine won four gold medals in three Chess Olympiads and seven US Open Championships; He also played blinfold Chess, which is a talent that requieres extraordinary memory. In 1945, Fine played four simultaneous blinfolded games at ten seconds per move, which is something beyond human's comprehension (As far as anyone knows that feat has not been equaled, let alone broken), the final result was 4-0. The game below was from that event, he used the so called "Fried Liver Attack" and cut his opponent to pieces...Enjoy.

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