VLADIMIR KRAMNIK vs PETER LEKO – World Chess Championship 2004 (round 8)
If you have ever thought to play a move in chess to win a game, you should know the match between Kramnik and Leko played at the World Chess Championship in 2004.
This game features the Marshall attack of the Ruy Lopez.
At the most important stage of the game, Kramnik has a pawn promoting on the a-file but Leko played the GOAT chess move 25.Qd3 to win the game!
Unfortunately, Leko did not manage to be crowned World Champion at the end of the tournament.
You can find the game below:
What do you think of this move? Is it really the GOAT move ever played? Please comment in the section below!
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