GM BryanSmith |
The 10th world champion, Boris Spassky, was a universal player with a wide opening repertoire. He mostly played classical openings with a healthy aggression. One weapon, which served him well throughout his career, was a rather surprising move: 4.Bg5 against the Nimzo-Indian, the so-called Leningrad Variation.
The Leningrad Variation is so named because of its connection with Spassky (who l... Read More