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  1. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess by Bobby Fischer, Stuart Margulies, et all 2010-02-04
  2. BOBBY FISCHER'S CHESS GAMES. by Robert Wade and Kevin O'Connell., 1972
  3. The Chess of Bobby Fischer (Great Literature Series) by Robert E. Burger, 1994-11
  4. Bobby Fischer's Outrageous Chess Moves (Fireside Chess Library) by Pandolfini, 1985-10-14
  5. Bobby Fischer's Chess Games by Bobby Fischer, 1973
  6. BOBBY FISCHER TEACHES CHESS by Bobby, Stuart Margulies & Donn Mosenfelder Fischer, 1966
  7. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess by Fischer Bobby, 1966-01-01
  8. Bobby Fischer's Games of Chess by Bobby Fischer, 2008-07-25
  9. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess [BOBBY FISCHER TEACHES CHESS] [Mass Market Paperback]
  10. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess 1st Edition by Bobby Fischer, 1966
  11. Bobby Fischer: From Chess Genius to Legend by Eduard Gufeld; et al, 2001-08
  12. Three Days With Bobby Fischer and Other Chess Essays: How to Meet Champions & Choose Your Openings by Lev Alburt, Al Lawrence, 2003-11
  13. Searching for Bobby Fischer: World of Chess Observed by the Father of a Child Prodigy by Fred Waitzkin, 1994-01-06

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3. Bobby Fischer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Robert James Bobby Fischer (March 9, 1943 – January 17, 2008) was an American chess player and the eleventh World Chess Champion. He is widely considered one of the greatest
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For those of a similar name, see Bob Fisher (disambiguation) Bobby Fischer Full name Robert James Fischer Country United States
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Iceland Title Grandmaster World Champion Peak rating 2785 (July 1972) Robert James "Bobby" Fischer (March 9, 1943 – January 17, 2008) was an American chess player and the eleventh World Chess Champion . He is widely considered one of the greatest chess players of all time Widely considered a "chess legend", at age 13 Fischer won a “ brilliancy ” that became known as the Game of the Century . Starting at age 14, he played in eight United States Championships , winning each by at least a point. At 15½, he became both the youngest Grandmaster and the youngest Candidate for the World Championship up until that time. He won the 1963–64 US championship 11–0, the only perfect score in the history of the tournament. In the early 1970s he became the most dominant player in modern history -— winning the 1970 Interzonal by a record 3½-point margin and winning 20 consecutive games, including two unprecedented 6–0 sweeps in the

4. Fischer Random Chess - News
Describes Fischer s invented variation of chess.
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Bobby Fischer, (the former world champion chess), proposed a variant of chess, where the game is played from a randomly generated setup. Here, you will find a collection of news items on the game.
Grandmaster Leko on Fischer Random Chess
In an interview in Schaakmagazine , the magazine of the Dutch chess federation (KNSB - Koninklijke Nederlandse Schaak Bond), in February 2000, Peter Leko from Hungary mentioned Fischer Random Chess. Grandmaster Leko is currently having the sixth highest ELO-rating (i.e., he is considered to be the sixth' best chess player in the world), at an age of 20. In the interview, he is asked what Fischer (a friend of Leko) thinks of his level of chess. Leko answers: (the text below is a translation of the text, as it appeared in Dutch in the journal. I.e., Leko's literal words probably have been different.) That is private, that is between us. But he does not believe anymore in the classic chess game, he thinks his random chess is the chess of the future. That form of chess is interesting and I would like to see tournaments with random chess been origined. Just from curiosity who would be the strong players in random chess. I already played such a tournament once. You cannot prepare yourself at all, you must use your imagination. It can go totally wrong from at the beginning.

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"Chess is war over the board.
The object is to crush the opponent's mind." - Bobby Fischer

Robert James "Bobby" Fischer (born March 9, 1943), won the World Chess Championship on September 1, 1972 and lost the title when he failed to defend it on April 3, 1975. He is considered to be one of the most gifted chess players of all time and, despite his prolonged absence from competitive play, is still among the best known of all chess players.
"I am the best player in the world and I am here to prove it." - Bobby Fischer

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The famous match between Fischer and Spassky Evolution of Bobby Fischer's Opening Repertoire Play through over 800 Fischer Games This section also includes games for other chess greats Bobby Fischer Speed Chess Master World Chess Championship 2006 Games Bobby Fischer Photos and Quotes M-Tel Masters 2006 ... "I Was Tortured in the Pasadena Jailhouse!"

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7. World Chess Championship : 1970-72 Cycle : 1972 Fischer - Spassky
Gives downloadable .PGN Games and commentary from this FIDE match.$wix.htm
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Reykjavik, VII-VIII, 1972. Total Spassky B Fischer R While he was World Champion, Fischer did not play in a single chess competition. As unpredictable as ever, he completely disappeared from the chess scene for 20 years, resurfacing for a 1992 rematch with Spassky.
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8. Fischer, Bobby - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Fischer, Bobby
Fischer, Bobby (1943–2008) US chess player who was world champion 1972–75. In 1958, after proving himself in international competition, he became the youngest grandmaster in, Bobby

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10. World Chess Championship : 1992 Fischer - Spassky Rematch
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1992 Fischer - Spassky Rematch
"Fischer is back! It's an event we have all eagerly awaited for 20 years..." After disappearing from public view for 20 years, Robert James Fischer returned to play a chess match with Boris Spassky in 1992. At the time of the return match, Fischer was 49 years old. Spassky was 55, was ranked 101st in the world, and had a rating of 2560. They came to the town of Sveti Stefan, a resort off the coast of Montenegro, 110 km from the civil war in Bosnia, 200 km from besieged Sarajevo. Fischer played despite United Nations sanctions against Yugoslavia and a warning from the United States Treasury Department, which threatened him with severe penalties for playing. The prize fund was 5.000.000 US$, of which the first player to win 10 games would receive 3.650.000 US$. In the event of a 9-9 tie, Fischer would keep his title as "undefeated champion of the world". There would be no adjournments. The match sponsor was Jezdimir Vasiljevic, President of Jugoskandic Bank, and a crony of Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic. The match arbiter was Lothar Schmid, who had performed the same function 20 years earlier in Iceland. Eugenio Torre, GM from the Philippines, served as Fischer's second, while Spassky had Borislav Ivkov as his second.
A memorable press conference
On 1 September 1992, Fischer gave his first press conference in 20 years. When asked about his reaction to the threats by Washington, Fischer took out a letter from the Treasury Department and spat on it.

11. Fischer, Bobby Definition Of Fischer, Bobby In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Fischer, Bobby (Robert James Fischer) (fĭsh`ər), 1943–, American chess player, b. Chicago. In 1958, he became a grandmaster, the youngest to that time., Bobby

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13. Fischer, Bobby - Definition Of Fischer, Bobby By The Free Online Dictionary, The
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Bobby Fischer United States chess master; world champion from 1972 to 1975 (born in 1943), Bobby

14. Bobby Fischer Biography (Chess Player) —
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Chess Player Born: 9 March 1943 Died: 17 January 2008 Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Best known as: The American chess champ who beat Boris Spassky in 1972 Extra credit: Fischer's books included Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess (1966) and My 60 Memorable Games (1969)... The 1993 movie Searching for Bobby Fischer was not about Fischer himself, but rather was a drama about a young chess whiz, based on the story of real-life chess prodigy Josh Waitzkin.
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15. Robert James (Bobby) Fischer Was Born At 2:39 Pm On March 9, 1943 In Chicago, Il
Features a biography that encompasses his birth through 1996.
Bobby Fischer (1943-2008) By Bill Wall Robert James (Bobby) Fischer was born at 2:39 pm on March 9, 1943 in Chicago Illinois (Michael Reese hospital) to Regina Wender Fischer Pustan (born in Switzerland of Jewish parents on March 31, 1913 and raised in St. Louis ). For the father, the birth certificate said it was Hans-Gerhardt Fischer (born in Berlin on September 28, 1908). Hans-Gerhardt was a German biophysicist from Berlin (Hans and Regina married on November 4, 1933 in Moscow). Regina started out in medical school in Moscow , but did not graduate. She then became a riveter at a Soviet defense plat. She later became a grade school teacher, a registered nurse, a physician (she first entered medical school in the Moscow in 1933 but did not complete her medical degree), and completed a PhD in hematology. She went on to doing pro bono medical work for the poor in Central America and South America . She could speak English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese fluently. Regina had worked as a stenographer, a typist, and a shipyard welder in Portland Oregon , during World War II (Brady, page 2).

16. Fischer, Bobby - Definition Of Fischer, Bobby In The Medical Dictionary - By The
Fi scher (f sh r), Hans 18811945. German chemist known for his research on the components of blood. He won a 1930 Nobel Prize for his work on the synthesis of hemin., Bobby

17. Bobby Charlton Bobby Fischer Bobby Moore
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Sir Robert "Bobby" Charlton (born October 11 ) is a former English football player. He survived the Munich Air Disaster . He scored 49 international goals for England , winning 106 caps and a World Cup winners medal in 1966. He also won the FA Cup European Cup (1968) and three league titles (1957, 1965, 1967) with Manchester United F.C. , playing 752 games and scoring 247 goals for United. After leaving United in 1973 he was player-manager for one season for Preston North End and after another short and unsuccessful spell in football management he joined the board at Old Trafford . He was appointed an OBE in 1969 and a CBE in 1974, and was awarded a knighthood in 1994. He had a haircut that some considered very humorous (bald on top, with the side bits grown long and combed over the top). His brother

18. The Atlantic | December 2002 | Bobby Fischer's Pathetic Endgame | Chun
Article detailing Bobby Fischer s history and his recent public anti-American and anti-Semitic rants. By Rene Chun.


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An online community where those with the best moves always mate.
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Links to related material on other Web sites. Bobby Fischer.Net A privately maintained fan page, offering articles, related links, diagrams of Fischer's important chess games, and more. Bobby Fischer's Pathetic Endgame by Rene Chun You go walking down Broadway, watchin' people catch the subway! Take it from me, don't ask for a helping hand, mmm, 'cause no one will understand! " With each note he became increasingly strident. " Bright lights will find you, and they will mess you around! Let me tell you, millions will watch you! Have mercy now, as you sink right down to the ground! " Even if you knew nothing about Bobby Fischer, listening to him sing this song would tell you all you needed to know. "

19. Fischer, Bobby - Astro-Databank, Bobby Fischer Horoscope, Born 9 March 1943 In C
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Bobby Fischer born on 9 March 1943 Chicago IL, USA,_Bobby
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American chess grand master, a child prodigy who began learning chess at age 6 and began competing in chess tournaments at age 10. He won his first Class A championship at age 14 in 1957 and went on later that year to win the 1957-58 US Championship. He became the World Chess Champ by defeating Russia's Boris Spassky on September 2, 1972 in the midst of the Cold War. After his win, chess rose to the level of competitive sports in the United States and chess teachers’ became dramatically busier. By the end of his life, Fischer had set several records; he was the youngest U.S. master and the youngest international grand master. He had won eight U.S. chess championships, invented a clock used in chess, and produced two books. Fischer was the son of a German-born biophysicist who abandoned his family when Bobby was two years old. Fischer’s mother, a nurse and strong single parent, moved the family to Brooklyn, NY so she could pursue further studies. His older sister, whom he adored, gave him his first chess set when he was 6 years old, and Bobby was so engrossed in the game that his mother said, “Bobby isn’t interested in anybody unless they play chess and here just aren’t many children who like it.” She managed to get him involved in the Brooklyn Chess Club where he spent most of his young years, playing anyone who was willing. He dropped out of high school at age 16. Although his IQ was reported to be 180, and his memory was renowned for its ability to retain information, he was not interested in anything but chess.

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Bobby Fischer was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 9, 1943. His father was a physicist (scientist who studies matter and energy), and his mother, Regina Fischer, worked as a teacher and a nurse. His parents divorced when he was two years old, and he moved to Brooklyn, New York, with his mother and older sister in 1948. Fischer began playing chess at age six, when his sister bought a set and they both learned how to play. By age eight Fischer was competing and receiving lessons at the Brooklyn Chess Club.
Chess success
Fischer rose quickly through the junior ranks of chess players, and at age thirteen he won the United States Junior Championship, the youngest player to date to have taken the title. Competing against adults, Fischer won the United States Open Championship at age fourteen. He dropped out of Erasmus High School in Brooklyn at age sixteen to concentrate on chess. By the next year he became a challenger for the world title and the youngest player ever to receive the title of international grand master. But Fischer was often uncooperative and badly behaved. He would cancel out of matches unexpectedly, and he held grudges that lasted for years. He withdrew from international competition for five years during the 1960s.

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