Famous Chess Swindles, Part 3
Apr 16, 2013, 6:44 AM
Learn about the -Monsterous Swindle, a stunning example of using active play to save a lost position, as conducted by the British grandmaster Tony Miles, an accomplished swindler. It comes from the game Miles versus Short, London 1980.
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