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Steinitz at the Dundee Congress | Chess and Psychology - IM Dorsa Derakhshani

International Master Dorsa Derakhshani analyzes Wilhelm Steinitz's victory over the great Gustav Neumann at the 1867 Dundee Congress, a ten-player round robin in Scotland, considered to be only the fourth modern international tournament. Neumann eventually edged out Steinitz to win the event by a half point.

Wilhelm Steinitz vs Gustav Neumann, Dundee Congress (1867): C25 Vienna, Steinitz gambit

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Road to 2000 Tournament IV - NM Caleb Denby

National Master Caleb Denby hosts a live three round G/3 tournament on The winner earns an entry into a raffle for a grandmaster lesson. This was the first stream from Chess House II.


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