Wilhelm Steinitz was an Austrian-American chess player, first undisputed World Champion. Steinitz became a world number 1 and the World Champion due to his sharp, attacking style. Later on, he became more of a positional player and proved that his new style was far superior to the previous one. Today we will analyze 10 of the his most notable games.
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