Famous Chess Swindles, Part III

Sep 15, 2012, 8:41 PM |

Learn about "The Monstrous 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. This one has plenty of mind boggling questions to test your chess skills, an excellent exercise to improve you chess game. So without further adieu,

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