Originally posted by @boardreaderRowling's books aren't instructional works, as LT purports to make. Rowling got credentials quickly after her first few books, while this guy only gets middling reviews on obscure sites.
Sorry I have to dissagree with this. Currently watching the Harry Potter film, and JK Rowling published books and charged for them with no 'credentials'. If I wrote a book on chess (maybe "my chess analysis of my favorite games", or "where I go wrong - improve your games". Then charged a couple quid for it, then it's up to the buyer if ...[text shortened]... ter I've read it. However, considering I have £0 at the moment I'll hang off until Feb or later.
Originally posted by @boardreaderI think it's premature to say white's winning.
@bigdoggproblem, do you understand why h4 is the 'winning move'? I've tried playing it out (using Komodo) and yet don't get anything more than an equal game.
Someone who was logged in Fritz with Houdini, found the "h4" move, but there a couple of moves which seems to suggest it's an equal position. Such as Bc2