The Singular Strategy of Steinitz

benws
Nov 23, 2007, 12:00 AM |
9 | Strategy

Steinitz's play in this game might seem strange-delayed castling, absurd-looking moves, a quixotic journey of a knight over 5 squares to the edge of the board. But in reality it teaches us a lot about modern chess strategy.

 


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