The Soviet Chessmaster Rashid Nezhmetdinov was one of the most feared attacking players in chess history. Although not well known in the west, he won many brilliancy prizes and defeated most of the best players of his era, including Mikhail Tal, Boris Spassky, David Bronstein, Efim Geller, Lev Polugaevsky, Isaak Boleslavsly, Salo Flohr, Andor Lilienthal, Gideon Stahlberg, and many other strong grandmasters.
Written by Jessica Fischer
Narrated by Richard Dewoskin
Researched by Jessica Fischer, Annie Kappel, Larry Crawford, Chancho, and Thanh Phan.