Daniel King shows classics

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4/15/2021 – 111 years ago, on 15 April 1910 Miguel Najdorf was born in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, which at that time belonged to the Kingdom of Poland, which in turn was part of the Russian Empire. After the Chess Olympiad 1939 in Buenos Aires he did not return to Europe and became Argentinian. On his YouTube channel Daniel King shows Najdorf's most famous game and two other classics.

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Three classics

The Polish Immortal: Glücksberg against Najdorf

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