Greatest Chess Minds: Wilhelm Steinitz - Part 2

Jul 14, 2011
20 min
The "un-crowned" king of the chess world before an official World Championship title was awarded was, in many people's view, Adolf Anderssen. That was until Andersen made the mistake of challenging the young Wilhelm to a match and claiming that he didn't expect to lose a single game. When Steinitz won the match 8 games to 6 the world's opinion, needless to say, was changed forever. Enjoy this exciting game!