By Andrew Soltis
A full of life, own, and fantastically informative examine Bobby Fischer, his character and his
playing. even though 3 many years have handed when you consider that Fischer gained the realm chess name from the
former Soviet Union, he nonetheless continues to be a resource of fascination and admiration for all avid gamers.
Andy Soltis, a grandmaster and writer of diverse chess books, appears again at his first
encounters with Fischer in manhattan once they have been either children; assesses Fischer's
exceptional skill to acquire and become aware of a bonus in play; and analyzes his profession correct up
to his ultimate suits with Boris Spassky. most vital, Soltis reviews on and annotates
many of Fischer's significant fits intimately, explaining the good judgment in the back of the strikes in
illuminating aspect. A needs to for any fan of chess and this remarkably enigmatic champion.
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Q—K2 K—B2 B—KB 5 K—Kt2 Q—QB2 BxPch B—Bl B—Kt6 K—Rl Q—KKt2 BxR B—R3 BxB Q—R3 B—B5 P—K7 Q—B8ch QxQch P—K8(Q)ch BxR R—Kt2 R—Kt3 PxP K—Rl B—Bl BPxB Q-K3 Q—Ktl P—QR3 R—Bl BxKt R—B2 B—K2 Q—Kl RxP KxR K—Ktl K—Kt2 K—Ktl Resigns 1 6 B—Kt3 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Kt—B5 P—B4 KRxP R—R4 BxKt R—KBl Kt—Kt5 R—B2 Kt x BP Kt—Q5 PxB P—B4 R—R5 P—B5! RxPch! Q—R5ch KtxBch! Kt—B5ch Kt x P! 46. Cafe de la Regence, Paris, Sept. 27, 1858. 45. Paris, Sept. 1858. One of eight 4th game of match Black is outplayed all the way PHILIDOR DEFENSE P.
SCOTCH GAMBIT Black P—K4 Kt—QB3 B—B4 Kt—B3 P—Q3 Kt—K2 P—B3 B—Kt3 Kt—Kt3 B—K3 O—O Q-Q2 BxP! BxP! Kt—B5ch PxB Kt(3)—R4 London Chess Club, 1871. J . H . BLACKBURNE White 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 P—K4 Kt—KB3 P—Q4 B—QB4 Kt—Kt5 Q—R5 O—O B—Kt3 P—KR3 P—KB4 K—R2 Q—Ql PxKt K—Kt3! P—B5 D R . (a) B—K6 THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF CHESS 46 16 17 18 19 20 21 K—Bl PxQ Q—K4ch QxKtP PxP BxPch QxKt!! BxB B—B4 Kt—Q2 Kt—B4 72. Vienna, 1872. Perhaps the most game ever played. extraordinary VIENNA OPENING HAMPPE J .
H. BLACKBURNE White 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 P—QB4 P—K3 Kt—KB 3 B—K2 O—O P—Q4 Kt—B3 P—QKt3 B—Kt2 Kt—QKt5 KtxB Kt—Q2 P—B3 QxKt BxP B—Q3 QR—Kl! Black P—K3 Kt—KB3 P—QKt3 B—Kt2 P—Q4 B—Q3 O—O QKt—Q2 Q—K2 Kt—K5 PxKt QKt—B3 KtxKt PxP P—Q4 KR—Bl R—B2 THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF CHESS 56 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 QR—QBl Kt—Kl P—Kt3 P—B4 KtxP Kt—K5 PxB R—B7 K—Rl P—K4 P—K4 P—K5 P—B4 R—K3! p. P—B5! BxKt PxKtP!! P x Pch P—Q5ch Q—Kt4!! 28 . . 29 R—B8ch R(B1)—B4 KxP 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 In conjunction with White's previous play, this forms one of the most noble combinations ever conceived over the chess board.