Originally posted by greenpawn34I had Qg3. For the other ones, I thought of Rd7 in Steinitz-von Bardeleben and Qf6 in the Immortal Game. But yours are more famous.
What do you think are the 3 most famous moves in Chess History?
I give my three. Think of yours before you visit the blog.
Originally posted by greenpawn34How about Lasker's Bxh7 and Bxg7 against Bauer?
There is another contender and it's bugging me. (I'm sure I've forgotten this move before when I was once asked the same question years ago.).
Lasker's 4.Bxc6 v Capablanca at St. Petersburg 1914.
(that's not the one that is bugging me but it is another choice.)