Sunday, November 3, 2013

Padevsky - Kholmov, Dresden 1956

I played through this game tonight as I continue where I left off in Giddins's 50 Essential Chess Lessons. Between the birth of our second daughter and a very busy spell at work from July through September, I haven't been able to spend much time on chess. So it feels good to be spending time on the game again.

In this game Padevsky looks to have a promising attack, but Kholmov defends well and eventually Padevsky falters while in time trouble. Enjoy.

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