Fischer – Spassky Game 1 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer v. Spassky – Game 1 of 1972 Championship Match Bobby Fischer vs. Boris Spassky championship match. July 11, 1972 – August 31, 1972. Round 1 In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Fischer-Spassky match, perhaps — for the spectacle if not for the chess — the greatest chess match ever held, I would …Continue reading: Fischer – Spassky Game 1 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer – Spassky Game 2: 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer – Spassky – Game 2 of the 1972 World Championship Match This is the infamous non-game. Fischer made objections to the television cameras (and the popping of flash bulbs in the audience), and refused to play until all cameras were banned from the playing hall. When game time came, the dispute had not been …Continue reading: Fischer – Spassky Game 2: 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer Spassky Game 4 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer v. Spassky – Game 4 of 1972 Championship Match In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Fischer-Spassky match for the chess world championship, I am publishing the games of the match on the anniversary date of each of the games. The first opportunity for Bobby to play with the White pieces (because of …Continue reading: Fischer Spassky Game 4 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer Spassky Game 5 – 1972 World Championship Match

Spassky v. Fischer – Game 5 of 1972 Championship Match The game featured Spassky using almost all his time for the 27 moves. Had the game continued longer, he would have had to make 13 moves in 19 minutes! In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Fischer-Spassky match for the chess world championship, I …Continue reading: Fischer Spassky Game 5 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer Spassky Game 10 – 1972 World Championship Match

Fischer v. Spassky – Game 10 of 1972 Championship Match In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Fischer-Spassky match for the chess world championship, I am publishing the games of the match on the anniversary date of each of the games. Fischer, with the White pieces, returns to his favorite “best by test” opening: …Continue reading: Fischer Spassky Game 10 – 1972 World Championship Match

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