Today’s Vintage Chess Humor!
Protesting the Berlin?
Originally published in the ChessReview 1965 annual, this cartoon might be even more valid TODAY than back then, and for an entirely different reason!
The Berlin defence to the Ruy Lopez (Spanish Opening) is a big problem for 1.e4 players, has caused a minor revolution in opening theory and has subsequently forced many grandmasters to take up the Italian game!
Sometimes there is much more truth in humor than is intended…