Greatest Chess Minds: David Bronstein Part 2

Jun 6, 2011
33 min
"Perhaps the strongest player in the history of chess who never became World Champion", is on Dzindzi's docket for the second time today. Here we see two examples of Bronstein's fierce calculation abilities: First, a crazy game that has been reviewed in a video lesson about King activity by GM Bojkov - climaxing in an amazing "picturesque" position; while the second "incredible feat of calculation" occurred in a battle with Kortchnoi, with the game ending in a very surprising fashion.