Rather unknown grandmaster games - part 1
Just came across a mind blowing defensive game by a not so well known GM. It is so astonishing that I'll give it without annotations. The moves speak silence for itself. A quick Stockfish analysis showed that white made a few mistakes, but black played a flawless game!
Here an interesting miniature when Michele Godena was still an IM, and not a GM. A game against the great GM Tony Miles.
Many years ago I played in Dieren Open, and Tony Miles played in the highest group, but he turned out to be one of the very few masters who were socializing and analysing with chess players from group D or C. Very nice to see that.
And a nice positional win by GM Godena against a famous GM :
And a quiet win against GM Bologan :