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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess Book
Author : Bobby Fischer,Stuart Margulies,Don Mosenfelder
Publisher : Bantam
Release : 1982-07-01
ISBN : 0553263153
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A one-of-a-kind masterclass in chess from the greatest player of all time. Learn how to play chess the Bobby Fischer way with the fastest, most efficient, most enjoyable method ever devised. Whether you’re just learning the game or looking for more complex strategies, these practice problems and exercises will help you master the art of the checkmate. This book teaches through a programmed learning method: It asks you a question. If you give the right answer, it goes on to the next question. If you give the wrong answer, it explains why the answer is wrong and asks you to go back and try again. Thanks to the book’s unique formatting, you will work through the exercises on the right-hand side, with the correct answer hidden on the next page. The left-hand pages are intentionally printed upside-down; after reaching the last page, simply turn the book upside-down and work your way back. When you finish, not only will you be a much better chess player, you may even be able to beat Bobby Fischer at his own game!

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess Book
Author : Bobby Fischer
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018-06
ISBN : 9781861185471
File Size : 23,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Download Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess book written by Bobby Fischer and published by with total hardcover pages 198 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Pandolfini s Ultimate Guide to Chess

Pandolfini s Ultimate Guide to Chess Book
Author : Bruce Pandolfini
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2008-06-30
ISBN : 0743260988
File Size : 32,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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From America’s foremost chess coach and game strategist for Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit comes a comprehensive guide covering all aspects of the game, to improve your technique whether you are a newcomer or a longtime fan. One of America's best-known chess masters, Bruce Pandolfini has helped millions learn the intricacies of chess through his acclaimed books and workshops. In this exciting volume, he presents a complete overview of the entire game and its culture. Structured as a dialogue between a beginning student and an expert teacher, Pandolfini's Ultimate Guide to Chess takes the student step-by-step from fundamentals to advanced, highly strategic play. Combining easy-to-follow diagrams with trenchant and up-to-date analysis, Pandolfini puts a new twist on accepted chess theory, offering a seamless beginning-to-end approach, including: • a short introductory history of the game • the moves, rules, and contemporary notation forms • the basic principles of chess • how to develop an opening repertoire • the art of tactical play • pattern recognition and memory aids • traps and pitfalls to be avoided • middlegame play, strategy, and planning • defense and counterattack • transitions to the endgame and the endgame itself • computers and the future of chess • the best websites for playing chess online With Pandolfini's expert insight into the history and modern world of chess, as well as several appendices to enhance play and appreciation, Pandolfini's Ultimate Guide to Chess makes the perfect gift for players of all ages and will be the benchmark title for chess players for years to come.

My 60 Memorable Games

My 60 Memorable Games Book
Author : Bobby Fischer
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1995
ISBN : 9780713478129
File Size : 55,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A collection of the 60 best games of Bobby Fischer, analyzed by himself. The games are reset by John Nunn into modern algebraic notation, providing an insight into the methods and thought processes of one of the greatest chess champions.


Endgame Book
Author : Frank Brady
Publisher : Crown
Release : 2011-02-01
ISBN : 0307463923
File Size : 55,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Who was Bobby Fischer? In this “nuanced perspective of the chess genius” (Los Angeles Times), an acclaimed biographer chronicles his meteoric rise and confounding fall, with an afterword containing newly discovered details about Fischer’s life. Possessing an IQ of 181 and remarkable powers of concentration, Bobby Fischer memorized hundreds of chess books in several languages, and he was only thirteen when he became the youngest chess master in U.S. history. But his strange behavior started early. In 1972, at the historic Cold War showdown in Reykjavik, Iceland, where he faced Soviet champion Boris Spassky, Fischer made headlines with hundreds of petty demands that nearly ended the competition. It was merely a prelude to what was to come. Arriving back in the United States to a hero’s welcome, Bobby was mobbed wherever he went—a figure as exotic and improbable as any American pop culture had yet produced. Commercial sponsorship offers poured in, ultimately topping $10 million—but Bobby demurred. Instead, he began tithing his limited money to an apocalyptic religion and devouring anti-Semitic literature. Bobby reemerged in 1992 to play Spassky in a multi-million dollar rematch—but when the dust settled, he was a wanted man, transformed into an international fugitive because of his decision to play in Montenegro despite U.S. sanctions. Fearing for his life, traveling with bodyguards, Bobby lived the life of a celebrity fugitive—one drawn increasingly to the bizarre. Drawing from Fischer family archives, recently released FBI files, and Bobby’s own emails, Endgame is unique in that it limns Bobby Fischer’s entire life—an odyssey that took the chess champion from an impoverished childhood to the covers of Time, Life and Newsweek to recognition as “the most famous man in the world” to notorious recluse.

How I Beat Fischer s Record

How I Beat Fischer s Record Book
Author : Judit Polgar
Publisher : Quality Chess Uk Llp
Release : 2012
ISBN : 9781907982194
File Size : 29,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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"Notions of chess have been shattered by a teen-age Hungarian girl - some call her modest and soft-spoken, but many opponents know her as a ferocious tiger over the board - who after years of steady progress began breathing down the necks of the top men and now has broken the barrier of one of the worlds most exclusive clubs: she has earned the rank of grandmaster at 15 years, 5 months, one month younger than Bobby Fischer when he did it 34 years ago." New York Times, 1992 Great achievements often take a lifetime of preparation, but when these achievements are becoming the World Number 1 woman chess player at the age of 12 and the youngest ever grandmaster at the age of 15 you have to start early! In this very personal book Judit Polgar describes her early moments of success and the chess ideas she needed to master to achieve them. This exceptional book is the beginning of a unique project where one of the greatest players of our time transforms her personal journey to the top into a roadmap for everyone who ever wanted to better themselves in the game of chess.

Chess for Kids

Chess for Kids Book
Author : Michael Basman
Publisher : Penguin
Release : 2006-01-23
ISBN : 0744047749
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A children's step-by-step visual guide to the rules, skills, and techniques of chess-by International Master and renowned chess tutor Michael Basman. From the history of chess and the aim of the game to essential tactics and taking it even farther in clubs, tournaments, and championships, Chess for Kids covers it all. Before explaining techniques, the ebook details each piece-pawns, bishops, the king, and more-to ensure kids have a comprehensive understanding before they begin to play. Chess board graphics illustrate different scenarios and support the text explanations so readers can visualize different moves and their potential outcomes as they go. Let Chess for Kids and International Master Michael Basman turn you into a champion chess player.


Checkmate Book
Author : Bobby Fischer
Publisher : SCB Distributors
Release : 2016-11-10
ISBN : 1941270522
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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A Look into Bobby’s Mind From December 1966 until January 1970, Bobby Fischer wrote a chess column for Boys’ Life, the official magazine of the Boy Scouts of America. Now, for the first time, all of these columns have been collected in one volume. It is an eclectic mix, a fascinating look at Fischer’s writing and thinking as he reached his prime, maturing into the strongest player in the world. In these columns, he answers many readers’ questions – from basic to sophisticated. His answers provide a unique glimpse into Fischer’s thinking at the chessboard. The time period covered in these columns was one of the most critical in Fischer’s career. It was during this time period that his opus magnum, My Sixty Memorable Games, was released. And as player, he grew from one of a few super-grandmasters to the best player in the world. The only thing missing was an actual title match. That of course would soon come. These columns are a diverse collection of tips for players, comments on playing, annotated games and casual observations. The games and annotations are presented in modern English algebraic notation. As Andy Soltis notes in his foreword, “You read [Fischer’s Boys’ Life columns] to see what was going on in that remarkable mind. As quirky as Checkmate was, these columns tell us a lot.”

Bobby Fischer

Bobby Fischer Book
Author : Karsten Müller
Publisher : SCB Distributors
Release : 2012-03-27
ISBN : 1936490463
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The Ultimate Fischer Collection! The Chess Publishing Event of the Decade! The years after the Second World War saw international chess dominated by the Soviets Botvinnik, Smyslov, Tal, Petrosian and then Spassky held the world crown, treating it as if it were almost an integral part of their country s heritage. There were occasional flashes of brilliance in the West Reshevsky, Najdorf, and later Larsen but no one really mounted a serious challenge to the Russian hegemony. Then, in the mid-1950s, a lone genius from Brooklyn emerged. Obsessed with chess, all his waking hours became devoted to finding truth on the 64 squares. It was an unrelenting, sometimes frustrating quest, but he persevered, eventually emerging as perhaps the greatest natural chess talent ever. It was clear from his early years as a gifted prodigy through his stormy ascent of the Chess Olympus, no one had ever rocked the chess world quite like Bobby Fischer. His raw genius for the royal game, combined with an indefatigable will to win, made him one of the most feared chessplayers of all time a genuine living legend. Now, for the first time, every single one of his tournament and match games is presented with insightful explanations and analysis. Best-selling chess author, German International Grandmaster Karsten Muller, annotates each game of the player many believe to be the greatest of all time. All 736 serious tournament games are supplemented by crosstables of every major tournament and match in which Fischer participated, dozens of archival photographs, along with brief comments and observations putting the play of the great champion into historical perspective.

Winning Chess

Winning Chess Book
Author : Irving Chernev,Fred Reinfeld
Publisher : B T Batsford Limited
Release : 2013
ISBN : 9781849941105
File Size : 46,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Winning Chess is a classic, beloved for more than 40 years. This updated edition, now in algebraic format, remains as lively, conversational, and appealing as ever. Written by two extremely popular chess authors, it's aimed at advanced beginners and intermediates eager to take their game to a new level. Its imaginative themes and instructional method are timeless, along with its sense of fun and humor.

Bobby Fischer Rediscovered

Bobby Fischer Rediscovered Book
Author : Andrew Soltis
Publisher : Batsford
Release : 2020-01-09
ISBN : 1849946574
File Size : 47,6 Mb
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An updated, expanded edition of the 2003 classic, with all 100 games reanalyzed, along with six additional games This book covers the entire career of an American chess grandmaster and eleventh World Chess Champion, going well beyond his My 60 Memorable Games, and includes rarely seen "lost" Fischer games With new insights into what made the enigmatic Fischer play – and act – the way he did “Bobby Fischer...The precision and energy that he played with is unmatched in the history of chess.” Magnus Carlsen, World Chess Champion Nearly 30 years since his last chess game, Bobby Fischer’s fame continues to grow. Appearing in Hollywood movies, documentaries and best-selling books, his life and career are as fascinating as they ever were and his games continue to generate discussion. Indeed, with each new generation of computer, stunning discoveries are made about moves that have been debated by grandmasters for decades. International Grandmaster Andrew Soltis played Fischer and also reported, as a journalist, on the American’s legendary career. He is the author of many books, including Pawn Structure Chess, 365 Chess Master Lessons and What it Takes to Become a Chess Master.

Everyone s Second Chess Book

Everyone s Second Chess Book Book
Author : Dan Heisman
Publisher : Thinkers PressInc / Chessco
Release : 1999-11-01
ISBN : 9780938650553
File Size : 42,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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Download Everyone s Second Chess Book book written by Dan Heisman and published by Thinkers PressInc / Chessco with total hardcover pages 127 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Bobby Fischer

Bobby Fischer Book
Author : Elie Agur
Publisher : Everyman Chess
Release : 1992
ISBN : 9781857440010
File Size : 52,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The return in 1992 of American Grandmaster Bobby Fischer against his old rival Boris Spassky has reawakened interest in the games of one of the most determined World Champions of all time. To Fischer, chess is a highly competitive sport which requires not only meticulous opening preparation, a high state of tactical alertness and perfect technique, but also a constant striving for the initiative, immense will to win and even calculated risk-taking. In 1972, when he won the supreme crown, he was years ahead of his time in his chess understanding and he influenced the way competitive chess is played today. Now he is back, all chess enthusiasts will be able to compare Fischer with the younger generation such as Kasparov and Short, neither of whom has played a single competitive game against the enigmatic American. By studying the deeply researched and thematically arranged material in this book, players of all strengths will change their attitude towards the game and improve their own play.

Simple Attacking Plans

Simple Attacking Plans Book
Author : Fred Wilson
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2012
ISBN : 9781936277445
File Size : 30,7 Mb
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“I had a fantastic position, but I couldn't figure out what to do next!” Sound familiar? If so, then Fred Wilson's Simple Attacking Plans was written for you. The author distills the complexities of mounting an offensive against your opponent's king down to four principles that lie at the root of most successful chess attacks. Novice players and amateurs of intermediate strength will benefit from the explanations of ideas and tips for practical play, all presented in an easy, conversational style. More experienced competitors will appreciate this book as a game collection featuring masterpieces of enterprising play – some of them never before published.

The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal

The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal Book
Author : Mikhail Tal
Publisher : Everyman Chess
Release : 1997-07-01
ISBN : 1781944334
File Size : 29,6 Mb
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Mikhail Tal, the 'magician from Riga,' was the greatest attacking World Champion of them all, and this enchanting autobiography chronicles his extraordinary career with charm and humor. Dazzling games are interspersed throughout with anecdotes and witty self-interviews, and in typically objective fashion he related both the downs and ups of his encounters. An inveterate smoker and drinker, Tal's life on the circuit was punctuated by bouts in the hospital with kidney problems, but nothing could dull his love for chess and his sheer genius on the chessboard. His illustrious tournament record, up to his death in 1992, is included here in full, along with 100 complete games and nearly as many positions. Tal's annotations in this book are a world apart from ordinary games collections. No reader could fail to be swept along by his passion and vitality as he sets the scene for an encounter and then recounts every psychological twist and turn.

Fischer Spassky Move by Move

Fischer Spassky Move by Move Book
Author : Bobby Fischer,Boris Vasilyevich Spassky,Larry Evans,Ken Smith
Publisher : B. T. Batsford Limited
Release : 1973-01-01
ISBN : 9780713403794
File Size : 55,7 Mb
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Download Fischer Spassky Move by Move book written by Bobby Fischer,Boris Vasilyevich Spassky,Larry Evans,Ken Smith and published by B. T. Batsford Limited with total hardcover pages 261 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Bobby Fischer Goes to War

Bobby Fischer Goes to War Book
Author : David Edmonds,John Eidinow
Publisher : Faber & Faber
Release : 2011-09-01
ISBN : 0571282946
File Size : 20,6 Mb
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'The most famous chess match of all time reconstructed in a style as compelling as that of a thriller.'Irish Times For decades, the USSR had dominated world chess. Evidence, according to Moscow, of the superiority of the Soviet system. But in 1972 along came the American, Bobby Fischer: insolent, arrogant, abusive, vain, greedy, vulgar, bigoted, paranoid and obsessive - and apparently unstoppable. Against him was Boris Spassky: complex, sensitive, the most un-Soviet of champions. As the authors reveal, when Spassky began to lose, the KGB decided to step in . . . 'The authors build to a crescendo with fascinating details, taking the reader inside the two camps in Reykjavik . . . General readers will savor a marvelous portrait of East against West, with perceived societal superiority as the real prize.' Kirkus Reviews 'Pure drama . . . The most cool, ruthless and rational player the world has ever seen.' Independent 'Fischer seemed to thrive on complaints, tantrums and ultimatums, treating the exercise as a game, not of chess but of Chicken . . . It is precisely these factors that make for such a gripping read.' Sunday Times

Searching for Bobby Fischer

Searching for Bobby Fischer Book
Author : Fred Waitzkin
Publisher : Penguin Books
Release : 1993-08-01
ISBN : 9780140230383
File Size : 27,9 Mb
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The father of a real american chess prodigy reflects on chess, competition, childhood, and his son's meteoric rise to the highest levels of global competition. “[A] little gem of a book.” —The New York Times Fred Waitzkin was smitten with chess during the historic Fischer-Spassky championship in 1972. When Fisher disappeared from public view, Waitzkin's interest waned—until his own son Josh emerged as a chess prodigy. Searching for Bobby Fischer is the story of Fred Waitzkin and his son, from the moment six-year-old Josh first sits down at a chessboard until he competes for the national championship. Drawn into the insular, international network of chess, they must also navigate the difficult waters of their own relationship. All the while, Waitzskin searches for the elusive Bobby Fischer, whose myth still dominates the chess world and profoundly affects Waitzkin’s dreams for his son.

Bobby Fischer s Games of Chess

Bobby Fischer s Games of Chess Book
Author : Bobby Fischer
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2008
ISBN : 9780923891466
File Size : 43,7 Mb
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This is the only book ever written entirely by Bobby Fischer. It is not to be confused with other books with similar names that were written by other authors. Here is the blurb on the original dust jacket, as published in 1959: THERE ARE 34 games in this book. The 13 from the U.S. Championship Tournament of 1957-58 and the prize-winning "Game of the Century" from the Third Rosenwald Trophy Tournament are penetratingly analyzed by Bobby Fischer, whose annotations provide invaluable instructions to the chess player of either average or advanced ability. In addition, this book includes the scores of Bobby Fischer's 20 games from the 1958 Portoroz Interzonal Tournament in which he played against the world's elite in chess, among them Tal, Gligorich, Petrosyan, and Bronstein. The games in this book reveal Bobby Fischer's brilliance in middle and end-game strategy, and also the latest and soundest treatments of popular openings-in particular, the Sicilian and King's Indian defenses. By playing these games over, the reader will become familiar with the patterns of the latest and soundest lines in chess, and will automatically begin to make stronger moves in his own games. At the age of fifteen, Bobby Fischer was the youngest international grandmaster of all time. He lives in Brooklyn, was a junior at Erasmus Hall High School, and looking forward to the 1959 Candidates' Tournament, the winner of which challenges Mikhail Botvinnik for the world championship. About the Author At the age of fifteen, Bobby Fischer was the youngest international grandmaster of chess of all time. He lived in Brooklyn, was a junior at Erasmus Hall High School, and was looking forward to the 1959 Candidates'Tournament, the winner of which challenged Mikhail Botvinnik for the world championship.

The Chess of Bobby Fischer

The Chess of Bobby Fischer Book
Author : Robert E. Burger
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2011-11
ISBN : 9784871874557
File Size : 37,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De


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The Mammoth Book of the World s Greatest Chess Games

The Mammoth Book of the World s Greatest Chess Games   Book
Author : Wesley So,Michael Adams,Graham Burgess,John Nunn,John Emms
Publisher : Hachette UK
Release : 2021-08-05
ISBN : 1472146212
File Size : 22,5 Mb
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Improve your chess by studying the greatest games of all time, from Adolf Anderssen's 'Immortal Game' to Magnus Carlsen's world championship victories, and featuring a foreword by five-times World Champion Vishy Anand. This book is written by an all-star team of authors. Wesley So is the reigning Fischer Random World Champion, the 2017 US Champion and the winner of the 2016 Grand Chess Tour. Michael Adams has been the top British player for the last quarter of a century and was a finalist in the 2004 FIDE World Championship. Graham Burgess is the author of thirty books, a former champion of the Danish region of Funen, and holds the world record for marathon blitz chess playing. John Nunn is a three-time winner of both the World Solving Championship and the British Chess Federation Book of the Year Award. John Emms is an experienced chess coach and writer, who finished equal first in the 1997 British Championship and was chess columnist of the Young Telegraph. The 145 greatest chess games of all time, selected, analysed, re-evaluated and explained by a team of British and American experts and illustrated with over 1,100 chess diagrams. Join the authors in studying these games, the cream of two centuries of international chess, and develop your own chess-playing skills - whatever your current standard. Instructive points at the end of each game highlight the lessons to be learned. First published in 1998, a second edition of The Mammoth Book of the World's Greatest Chess Games in 2004 included an additional twelve games. Another new edition in 2010 included a further thirteen games as well as some significant revisions to the analysis and information regarding other games in earlier editions of the book, facilitated by the use of a variety of chess software. This 2021 edition, further updated and expanded, now includes 145 games. The authors have made full use of the new generation of chess analysis engines that apply neural-network based AI.