Posted on September 28, 2010 by chesscentral
The other day, while doing some research for a book I’m writing, I came across a really cool little oddity: a game from a 1924 Jose Capablanca simul in which the World Champion actually lost to an amateur in less than twenty moves.
You can find the game and my annotations on the ChessCentral Chess Knowledgebase page.
Have fun! — Steve
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