This game is a brilliant classic from way back in 1982 when Goldin was one of the most successful chess players of the Soviet chess machine. The game opens with a standard Queen’s Indian and then transforms itself into a really interesting game. Watch how 27. h6 turns the game in Goldin’s favor. We caught up with GM Alexander Goldin and he was kind enough to give us an interview telling us how he became a GM, his favorite books and more.
Full article on the chess interview with chess grandmaster Alexander Goldin available here. It includes a full interview along with an interactive chess board.
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