“With regularity, in grandmaster chess, we see moves that take our breath away,” John Martellaro writes for The Mac Observer.
“We bow before the awesomeness of a move that is so bold that we would have never dared make it — unable to see the deep implications of a Queen or Rook sacrifice,” Martellaro writes. “Yet, there it stands — the winning move that crushes another grandmaster.”
Martellaro writes, “Is such a move within the grasp of Apple and its cash?”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Mary P.” for the heads up.]