In Chess, the term “Immortal” is used to describe a game or a move that is so brilliant, it will be remembered forever. The term was coined in 1855, when Ernst Falkbeer published an analysis of a casual game between Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky that occurred in 1851 during the London Chess Tournament. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest games ever played. In this new update, Agadmator dives deep into his favorite collection of Immortal games and sacrifices. He explains their history and significance, while also analyzing their effect on the evolution of the game itself. Prepare to be inspired, because this is Chess at its most romantic and historic.
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