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One of Adolf Anderssen’s Chess masterpieces, known as the “Immortal Game.” Lionel Kieseritzky  neglects his development  and Anderssen offers both Rooks to show that two active pieces are worth a dozen sleeping at home. This game established a glittering reputation for Adolf Anderssen and an example of the KI’s-BS gambit which was played at Simpsons-in-the-Strand (one of London’s finest Chess Salons.)

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