Monday, July 7, 2008

The Most Instructive Master Games Ever Played: Game 2

This is the second instalment of The most Instructive Master Games Ever Played. Adolf Anderssen, an attacking genius who's high notes include the immortal game and the evergreen game. This is a beautiful game that I annotated myself. (So it's probably wrong, but whatever.)

Enjoy!

7 comments:

Glenn Wilson said...

Re: the message on my blog. You found a bug. Thanks!

The bug is now fixed. You'll need to refresh/restart or clear your cache to get the new version.

Also, for better use of space and sizing (and this is subjective -- your opinion may differ) I would change the height to 500 and the orientation to "V" (for "vertical" -- but only the first letter matters). You can republish from chessflash or just edit the html in blogger.

Glenn Wilson said...

Oh, btw, the issue is that comments following annotations were not being displayed.

Banatt said...

Thanks!

Glenn Wilson said...

Hmmm...height="800" :)

I like it, but, just so you know, some readers of your blog probably have screen resolutions that will prevent them from seeing the entire viewer on one screen. height="500" is the largest I recommend for that reason.

Banatt said...

Yeah, I just was kinda bugged with how the text box looked. Ah, well.

Chessaholic said...

I like your new series of Master Games, looking forward to more of it.

Banatt said...

Thanks. I figured that if I could benefit from reviewing games, might as well take other people along for the ride.