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Bobby Fisher often demonstrated excellent tactics with the 8th rank and king rook file. I have solved this puzzle.
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nah Kasparav is the best nor bobby he is crazy
Kasparov had the help of (growing strong computers and ChessBase). Fischer was a genius (of Chess). Of course Bobby had weaknesses, but Kasparov was/is only jealous of Bobby's successes. (Only Robert Hübner's analyses make clear where the truth lies ...)
easy peazy lemon greacy ! yeah !
1.Rh1 is good too
1.Rh1 is good too
1...Rh4 defends against it.
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