Great games of Chess: The Immortal Game of 1851

Back in the 19th century, before chess computers and advanced positional calculation became mainstream, chess was often heroic: full of unexpected moves, excitement and sacrifices.
Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky were two European math professors and two of the best chess players in the world. This game from 1851 is a legendary game of 19th century chess with surprising attacks and unbelievable sacrifices. Watch the Amazing game unfold below… the likes of which will almost certainly never happen again.

Enjoy!

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