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By Andrew Soltis

ISBN-10: 0713488468

ISBN-13: 9780713488463

A full of life, own, and beautifully informative examine Bobby Fischer, his character and his
playing. even if 3 a long time have handed for the reason that Fischer received the realm chess name from the
former Soviet Union, he nonetheless is still a resource of fascination and admiration for all gamers.
Andy Soltis, a grandmaster and writer of diverse chess books, appears to be like again at his first
encounters with Fischer in ny after they have been either little ones; assesses Fischer's
exceptional skill to acquire and notice a bonus in play; and analyzes his occupation correct up
to his ultimate fits with Boris Spassky. most vital, Soltis reviews on and annotates
many of Fischer's significant fits intimately, explaining the common sense in the back of the strikes in
illuminating element. A needs to for any fan of chess and this remarkably enigmatic champion.

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Vd3 dS! exdS Evans Gambit . xdS! ttJc31 b d4 [14 .. ttJdS! 'ifeS! ( lS ... 'iYxdl 16Jlfxdl±; IS ... l1xc7! hl!? cxb6 17 . ttJd5! tWxa1 0-0 [J 6... b6! eS (lSJXbl-+) IS ... eS ~cS 1SJtc1+- [L:. tc4 1-0 Chigorin,Mikhail Lasker,Emanuel ,. ~d5 Kasparov,Garry Anand, Viswanathan . cxdS , cxd6 -- . ~e4 l:xf1 + 26. d5 1-0 " [9 ... tlhc3 f6 (10 ... dS! tOd4+-; a little better is this sugges-' tion of Fischer ' himself: 9 ... 'ifb4! hgS? :ldS ~xb3 Berlin 1852 ' . b4 [ 10 .. tOgS... :le5 [J l. 'ifb3! M!

T. ~ White should be able to maintain some advantage here by either taking on h8 or g6. Nonetheless, the introduction of { .. dS!? brought about a brief period of popularity for the Latvian CounterGambit. Today it is almost never played at a serious level, except by correspondence players, who in general like long forced lines of play. The Latvian fits the bill nicely in this respect and thus enjoys a certain popularity with this group ofplayers. Nikola . lLlc3 lLlf6 11:iWh4 . Ve5+ .. tpdb5+ 1-0 ;x Guido,Flavio Hector,Jonny Genova 1989 (10) .

With a position that was for years thought to be advantageous for Black. l:[e31, with the idea of Uh3 and a queen check on hs. The resulting position is not so clear. However, White's position continues to be viewed with some scepticism. 82) 7. ~c1-d2 This is the most played move: now Black can more ambitiously continue with the rare but promising 7 ... ttlxe4!? t>e6!. However, more often than not he opts for the solid 7. ~b4xd2+ 8. ttJb1 xd2 d7-d5 Necessary to free up play. 9. e4xd5 ttJf6xd5 10.

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