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➦ [Ebook] ➡ My 60 Memorable Games By Bobby Fischer ➱ – Tushna-hram.ru 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 sometimes the blunders thaEbook My 60 Memorable Games By Bobby Fischer Tushna hramru In this book published by Simon and Schuster in 1969 Bobby Fischer analyzes his most important and representative games He shows the strategic considerati

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My 60 Memorable GamesTics and sometimes the blunders that occur during the pressure of tournament play He assesses his opponents’ thinking as well Each game has in addition to Fischer's own annotations an analytical introduction by International Grandmaster Larry Evan

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  • Manny

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesIf you're a chess player and you haven't read this book I'm struggling to complete the sentence It's sort of like you claim to be a Christian but haven't read the Bible You'd better do something about itThe short list for greatest chess player of all time only has two names Fischer and Kasparov Kasparov had the unuestionable advantage of being sane so he lasted much longer But when Fischer was in the zone he was so ferociously unstoppable that no real comparison is available No one else has ever won a Candi


  • Paul Bryant

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesD'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 choo


  • Mrs. Europaea

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesBobby Fischer was brilliant at chess I don't think many would argue with this statement My 60 Memorable Games allows the reader peer inside the mind of a genius Fischer was often able to anticipate 7 moves into the future which is not a feat many mortals can lay claim to I enjoyed his annotated analysis on his moves and motives in the games I liked the descriptions including the graphics which made it easy to see the game play out without having super human abilities as it sometimes appears Fischer has throughout this fun and captivating read And who knows you may even pick up some new strategies along the way


  • Shine Sebastian

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesA great book with 60 great chess games and insightsannotations from one of the greatest or probably the greatest chess player of all time Not only was Bobby Fischer a phenomenal chess genius he is the most interesting eccentric and enigmatic of all the great chess players In this book Fischer shares with us 60 favourite games of his with detailed analysis and annotation with great comments on all the critical and interesting parts of the games The writing style is simple honest and highly enjoyable He doesn't refrain from criticising his errors or from praising and giving cr


  • Justin Pinard

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesProbably 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


  • Bart Breen

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesBrilliantBobby Fischer is without uestion a chess geniusAs a person Fischer is an enigma He is a very high genius who as a young man exploded on the chess scene like a


  • Will Once

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesFischer 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 wort


  • Joey Tayler

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesA bit light on narrationexplanation heavy on alternate lines which wasn't what I was looking for One could probably find these games with similar annotation online but I'm sure I'll end up returning to this


  • Gabriel Schoenfeld

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesThe great chess books are great less for their prose style than for their insight into the application of highly controlled violence My 60 Memorable Games was written while Bobby Fischer was still on his steep ascent to the world champion title and long before the slide into madness that ended with his death in January He recounts his eviscerations of some of the most brilliant minds of the mid


  • Steven Peterson

    Book Ç My 60 Memorable Games My 60 Memorable GamesIf you want to get a sense of Bobby Fischer's view of his 60 greatest games this is an intriguing volume Fischer was enigmatic eccentric His selection of sixty games from 1957 to 1967 includes matches with such great players as Petrosian Larsen Gligorich Tal Korchnoi Botvinnik Najdorf and ByrneFischer notes of these games that Page 11 All of the 60 here contain for me something memorable and exciting even the 3 losses Fischer also provides a uotation from Emanuel Lasker Page 12 On the chessboard lies and hypocrisy do not survive long So if interested in Fischer at his best in his own judgment take a look