Chess film – win an autographed book by Kasparov

by ChessBase
10/13/2005 – A Germany film company has produced a four-minute chess animation, depicting a famous game from the annals of chess. The sequence was generated using exquisite chess pieces from the 19th century. Your task is to guess which game the film depicts. If you do you can win an autographed copy of Garry Kasparov's book My Great Predecessors.

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Director Michael Mertineit used an exquisite set of military pieces from the 19th century to animate the game, which ends in the figure of Napoleon expriencing his Waterloo.

The chess sequence is an animation without words. It depicts the course of the game.

We would like to hear your opinion of this effort. At the bottom of the page there is a link to the feedback and quiz page.

If you send us your opinion and guess the right game you can win a copy of Garry Kasparov's "My Great Predecessors", signed by the author.

Here are the three games from which you have to choose the right one, the game that was used for the animation of the above film:

Is the game the famous "Evergreen Game" between Andersson and Dufresne?

Is it the "Immortal Game" between Anderssen and Kieseritzky?

Or is it the "From Russia with Love" game between Spassky and Bronstein?


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