Reuben Fine's Attacking Skills

Reuben fine was an American Chess Grandmaster and a psychologist. He was considered one of the strongest chess players in the world from the 1930's to the 1950's. His chess attacking skills were exceptionally good and he went on to win five medals (four gold ) in three chess Olympiads. He was also the winner of the U.S Open Chess Championship all the seven times he entered the tournament. Today we review one of his games played in the 1933 against Arthur William Drake. This game is a fine example of positional play combined with sharp attacking skills. Enjoy the show.