Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Random Game #2 - Walker vs. Smith - Oxford 1884

The Random Game feature at is a handy way to broaden your chess education. You never know what's going to pop up. You may see a famous classic, or maybe a subtle modernity, or maybe a true obscurity. You might even find a diamond in the rough that nobody else has spotted. This game features two obscure players with an odd try at the classic Vienna Game. But just as you sometimes learn the most by analyzing your own losses, so can imperfectly played historical games be uniquely instructive. You can also try the random game idea yourself here.

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