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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

From the extreme to the extreme: Bird,HE. - Morphy,P. London, 1858

From the extreme to the extreme Bird,HE. – Morphy,P. London, 1858   In the following historic game, we are going to witness a splendid queen move that produced a chock not only on Morphy’s opponent, but also on all the chess players’ minds. Morphy’s opponent is the English chess player Henry Edward Bird, who worked …

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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

Paulsen,L. - Morphy,P. , 1857: The most famous and beautiful

The most famous and beautiful Paulsen,L. – Morphy,P. First American Congress, New York, 1857 Paul Morphy’s opponent in this game is Louis Paulsen. Born in 1833 in Germany, near Blomberg, he moved with his brother Ernest to America in 1854, where they established a business in Iowa. Due to his reputation as a strong chess …

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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

Steinitz,W. - Chigorin,M. 1892

An Original Plan in the Spanish Opening In this and the forthcoming articles, I will focus on the classical and instructive games of the first official World Champion William Steinitz, and his contemporaries. Wilhelm (later William) Steinitz (May 14, 1836 – August 12, 1900) was born in Prague, then an Austrian Empire, and later became …

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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

The ‘Evergreen’ game

The  ‘Evergreen’ game This spectacular game demonstrates the type of chess of the 19th century. The winner was no other than the German Adolf Anderssen, which was known for his great imagination and calculation abilities. In 1851 he was recognized as the strongest chess (and checker!) of the world. His opponent was another German player …

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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

The Immortal game

In this article, I am presenting to you, dear readers, the famous ‘Immortal game’. It was a friendly one, played between the mathematician and tactical player the German Adolf Anderssen (1818–1879) and the theoretician Estonian Lionel Kieseritsky (1806–1853), another mathematics teacher. Anderssen was famous for winning the first great London tournament, which assembled the strongest …

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Adams vs D Sedgwick, London, 1984(white to win)

The Opera Game

The Opera Game (311) Morphy,P. – Isouard & Brunswick Paris, 1858 In this article, we will see one of the most famous games of the American legend Paul Morphy. Born in New Orleans on 22dn of June 1837, Morphy learned chess at age of ten, in a family which all his men play chess:  his …

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