Geller's Swift Attack

billwall
billwall
Jul 27, 2007, 12:00 AM |
18 | Amazing Games

Efim Geller was one of the 10 ten chess players in the world for about 20 years.  He played in 23 USSR chess championships, winning it in 1955 and 1979.  He was known for his swift attacks with a tendency to risk everything in order to win.  This game shows a swift attack on a pawn on the 7th rank that led to mate,  He piled on both Rooks and his Queen to force a neat mate.

 

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