This first game is more or less the opposite of how you ought to model your play: an unattainable standard of mayhem...
For tonight's session, and with their instructional content in mind, I would just like to add that it was interesting to me how some of his most striking wins are introduced by apprently simple means - not striving for complications but building up with classically good moves.
Exeter Chess Club: Simultaneous Display Post Mortem[Index to games at end of page]
Although he obviously knows a lot of theory International Master Gary Lane wasn't out to play right down the line - he deviated in the sharper bits of theory against Mark and Steve. Rather, he played mostly solidly - certainly in only a few games did he set out for mate straight away.
[This review first appeared in Westward Ho!]
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