Originally posted by cmsMasterNevermind all that rubbish... i'll be in the blitz room.
Always loved the way he played, a few years ago I read his autobiography and I have to say that it ranks at the top of my list of chess books if both entertainment and instruction are taken into account. I don't think anybody could argue that there has ever been a player with better ability to utilize positional sacrifices than him, as evidenced with this ...[text shortened]... d2 Qb4+ 33.c3 Qd6
34.Bc5 Qxc5 35.Re8+ Rf8 36.Qe6+ Kh8 37.Qf7 1-0[/pgn]
Originally posted by tortenThe main lesson I learn from his games is: Don't rule out anything.
I read his 'life and games',it's excellent.Great player.
But instructive?No,not to me.Too baffling-jaw dropping-confusing-over my head-etc...