A Costly Wrong Move
Aug 2, 2010, 5:49 PM 4
I've seen this game on a Chess Program and I'm kinda amazed on how a One-Single wrong move can cause you a game. The game is played on Vienna, Austria by two Grandmasters Richard Reti (A Czechoslovakian Grandmaster) and Savielly Tartakower (a Polish and French Grandmaster, a Chess Opening was named after Him). The game was played at the early part of the 20th Centruy (1910), it only lasted for Ten (10) moves. And could be the best miniature game of all time.
Any positive/negative comments, suggestions and reactions are welcome.