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Welcome to the ChessCafe.com Video Spotlight. Each Wednesday and Saturday we will feature a chess related video for your entertainment.

Andrew Martin examines a remarkable attacking gem from 1973: Browne-Zuckerman, New York Open. He notes, "I think a lot can be learned from this game, not only typical attacking methods, but also defensive ideas. Note Zuckerman missed at least three opportunities to improve."

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