How does Bobby Fischer’s Yugoslav attack compare to a modern game between two super GMs?
FM Todd Andrews shows you the similarities and differences between the Fischer game from part one and a more recent instructive Sicilian Dragon game by GMs Shirov and Topalov.
Learn how to take notes on opening traps, patterns, transpositions, and structure in this enlightening video. | Watch video
FM Todd Andrews teaches you how to learn an opening from scratch.
Once you’ve chosen which opening to play, what’s the best way to learn it? FM Andrews shows you tips, tricks, and study methods to improve your chosen opening.
In this video, learn how to play the ferocious Yugoslav Attack in the Dragon Variation from one of the fiercest Sicilian players of all time, Bobby Fischer. | Watch video
GM Ben Finegold reviews his father’s famous game with Bobby Fischer, one of the greatest players of all time.
NM Ronald Finegold played an excellent game in the French Defense against Fischer, who was 20 years old, at the 1963 Western Open in Bay City, Michigan.
Fischer went on to win the tournament with 7.5/8.
NM Finegold decided to reach an endgame against Fischer, and the result was an instructive position reprinted in textbooks and magazines. | Watch video
You've got questions, and NM Dan Heisman has answers! Topics range from theory to gossip - check out this entertaining variety show from a man with 40+ years of chess history under his scorebook. You'll want to see what position Bobby Fischer could "win against God!" | Watch video
How do you assimilate the ideas from the best games in history? Listen to FM Todd Andrews as he describes the techniques he used while growing up. They might be labor intensive, but nobody said getting to master would be easy. He uses one of Fischer's most famous games as his guinea pig. The game has a famous back story - when Fischer played his final move, two grandmasters in the next room told spectators that his opponent had won! | Watch video