Fischer, the genius

64idi0t
64idi0t
Nov 1, 2010, 2:02 AM |
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I am tired of repeating the same thing in vote chess games, so here is a brief introduction to Bobby Fischer's "Bust to King Gambit", and the history behind it.

The game Spassky-Fischer, 1960, 1-0.

http://www.chess.com/games/view.html?id=96394

"Bust to King Gambit"

http://checkersisfortramps.blogspot.com/2007/01/fischer-article-on-death-of-kings.html

 

About Bobby, from a fellow chessdotcom blogger.

http://blog.chess.com/ttiot/the-bobby-fischer-that-we-loved

Yep, Bobby was a genius.

Edit: "a fellow chessdotcom blogger" appears to be no one else but GM Larry Evans! Duh.

Edit2: It is GM Larry Evans' article published at the fellow chessdotcom member's blog. Also edited spelling. Native English speakers must have laughed at "tyred" instead of "tired" and "genious" instead of "genius".