Monday, March 07, 2011

Kavalek on Gligoric

Lubomir Kavalek has a great piece on Svetozar Gligoric titled Chess Legend Turns to Music (reprinted at ChessBase), which uses the release of Gliga's new album as the occasion to analyze the wonderful game Petrosian - Gligoric, Zagreb 1970 (which seems to have inspired his own fascinating game Keene - Kavalek, Teesside 1975).  Gligoric's album has previously been discussed at Chessvibes, but I could find no further information.  Likely it will be a while before it is released in the US.  Meanwhile, we can enjoy this wonderful game, which presents a fascinating response to the Bayonet Attack.

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