Classical Games Everybody Should Know, Part 12
The most obvious and important benefit of working on classical games is that such a work significantly broadens your chess horizons. This is what just happened to me since I discovered something new and very important, at least from the historical perspective.
The great Robert James Fischer has introduced many beautiful middle game concepts, but the next one is one of the most fantastic in my opinion. I usually give this position to my students just to guess White's move. Usually it takes at least 5-6 tries before they guess it correctly. How quickly can you, my dear readers, find it?