2013 London Chess Classic - Highlights: Part 3

Feb 6, 2014
19 min
Let's slow down the rapid chess of the London Classic one more time. FM Kavutskiy brings his final examples of creative play from the event, starting off with the unusual tactic of castling queenside as a double attack. It's easy to forget that the move is allowed, let alone tactically winning. Our author follows with a fearless effort from the eventual winner, the king of fast-play, GM Hikaru Nakamura.