there are chess players known for being tenacious such as Fischer and some are known for being good defensive players but some like Rashid Gibianovitch Nezhmetdinov can only be admired for their active peice play. here are some samples of a man among men.
i think he makes true Isaac Newton's quote " if its that I see further its because I've been standing on the shoulders of giants."
the second game was between Polugaevsky and Nezh, after the game he was said to have said
"I must have beaten Rashid a dozen times. But that one loss was so good I would have traded them all to be on the other side of the board."