39. Hall of Fame
When searching for pictures of me on the internet, I stumbled upon the following. The website Goldchess.com (This is no promotion. I have no idea what they do and whether their content is interesting or not. Also, I have no time for a research on that.) included me in their collection of history’s most interesting games: http://www.goldchess.com/en/other/analysis.html
No matter what the site is about, I found it highly flattering to find myself located between Keres and Kasparov, haha. For those interested, this game of mine is annotated in post 10 “My best combination”. The combination is nice, indeed, containing a double magnet sacrifice of rook and queen, but the game as a whole cannot compete with the pearls of history. I thought, this somewhat funny finding was worth a quick intermezzo kind of post.