Shared June 26, 2015
In this lecture, given at Center64 (www.center64.com) on June 24, 2015, Lucas Anderson presents the biographies of three highly requested players. These players exhibiited tremendous potential but each faced challenges preventing them from contesting a World Championship and playing a more prominent role in the history of chess. FM Warren Harper takes you through one game from each player to give you a feel for their style and prowess.
This is part 15 of an originally planned series of 12 lectures on the history and chess of prominent players. In July, we move to a new series focusing on the players of the current Candidates' cycle, and hope you enjoy it as well.
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