eBook ô My 60 Memorable Games ê 385 pages

eBook My 60 Memorable Games

eBook ô My 60 Memorable Games ê 385 pages  ➼ [Reading] ➾ My 60 Memorable Games By Bobby Fischer ➱ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk In this book published by Simon and Schuster in 1969 Bobby Fischer analyzes his most important and representative games He shows the strategic considerations the tactics and sThinking as well Each game has in addition to Fischer's own annotations an analytical introduction by International Grandmaster Larry Evan Fischer is an enigma He was probably one of the two strongest chess players of all time For a spell in the 1960s and 1970s there was no one to touch him He introduced a strength of self belief and focused concentration that was frankly scary Playing through his games you still get an incredible sense of anger and fire This was someone who absolutely had to win The Mike Tyson of the chessboard That's Mike Tyson at his imperious best not the ear chewer of later declining timesBut You have to admit that he is not an easy person to love That same monomania that made him a fearsome opponent also made him an uncomfortable person to live with His demands for the 1972 World Championship match with Spassky seem than a little childish The jury is still out on whether this was a deliberate attempt to unnerve Spassky a legitimate desire to improve playing conditions or a symptom of Fischer's inner demons For what it's worth my money is on the latter but that's a story for another timeAnd the less said about his outspoken views on women and religion the betterThere is another problem for those of us who don't stand up when the marching band starts oh say can you see Fischer is absolutely idolised by some of his countrymen In their eyes he can do no wrong And that can make it feel like a club that the rest of the world is not invited to join Put all of that to one side My 60 memorable games is rightly a classic This is Fischer at his best A chess book that you simply have to own whether you are a Fischer fan or not

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In this book published by Simon and Schuster in 1969 Bobby Fischer analyzes his most important and representative games He shows the strat D'Angelo Now look check it it's simple it's simple See this? This the kingpin aright? And he the man You get the other dude's king you got the game But he trying to get your king too so you gotta protect it Now the king he move one space any direction he damn choose 'cause he's the king Like this this this aright? But he ain't got no hustle But the rest of these motherfuckers on the team they got his back And they run so deep he really ain't gotta do shitBodie Like your uncle D'Angelo Yeah like my uncle You see this? This the ueen She smart she fast She move any way she want as far as she want And she is the go get shit done pieceWallace Remind me of Stringer D'Angelo And this over here is the castle Like the stash It can move like this and like thisWallace Dog stash don't move man D'Angelo C'mon yo think How many time we move the stash house this week? Right? And every time we move the stash we gotta move a little muscle with it right? To protect itBodie True true you right Aright what about them little baldheaded bitches right there?D'Angelo These right here these are the pawns They like the soldiers They move like this one space forward only Except when they fight then it's like this And they like the front lines they be out in the fieldWallace So how do you get to be the king? D'Angelo It ain't like that See the king stay the king aright? Everything stay who he is Except for the pawns Now if the pawn make it all the way down to the other dude's side he get to be ueen And like I said the ueen ain't no bitch She got all the movesBodie Aright so if I make it to the other end I win D'Angelo If you catch the other dude's king and trap it then you winBodie Aright but if I make it to the end I'm top dog D'Angelo Nah yo it ain't like that Look the pawns man in the game they get capped uick They be out the game earlyBodie Unless they some smart ass pawns Not the way Fischer would have explained it a whole lot patient and polite

Bobby Fischer À My 60 Memorable Games ePub

My 60 Memorable GamesEgic considerations the tactics and sometimes the blunders that occur during the pressure of tournament play He assesses his opponents’ Probably the best chess book ever and a peak into the mind of a troubled man who is almost indisputably both the most dominant and one of the greatest chess players ever