Playing chess at vlora beach. Photo by Gábor.
The next game is a game played in 1988 between Garry Kasparov and Kiril Georgiev. It became famous, because of the stalemate resulting from Kasparov's blunder at the 78th move.
Another example that even grandmasters may make elementary blunders, but please note that this was a Blitz game.
Chess set by Konstantin Lazorkin
The game below is the game between Mikhail Chigorin and William Steinitz in the 23th round of the 1892 World Championship in Havana, Cuba. It became famous, because of Chigorin's blunder at the 32th move.
We see that even grandmasters may make elementary blunders.
Playing chess with Samantha by williamhartz on Flickr
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I often get questions about how I managed to get the re-playable chess lessons on this blogsite. The answer is rather simple: I just use the Chess Game Viewer from Chess Publishing. The mentioned site describes a lot of things you can do with this configurable Game Viewer that has been developed with the Blogspot sites in mind, but I only use a very limited part of the functionality.