Dec 3, 2012, 10:17 PM
Have you ever been swindled over-the-board. When it happens it's not a nice feeling, especially after outplaying your opponent for almost the entire game. On the other hand, the ability to swindle one's way out of a lost position is a useful skill and can bring much satisfaction to the swindler.
Learn about a famous chess swindle played by the most famous swindler of them all, U.S. Champion Frank Marshall, a gifted tactician and one of the world's strongest players in the early 20th century. So without further adieu,
BK Academy of Chess presents:
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