Hello everyone today im starting a new series on the best juniors on the planet who are under the age of 18.
todays blog we will be talking about Wei Yi
Wei Yi is a chinese ches... | Read More
The Game of the Century is a chess game played between Donald Byrne and 13-year-old Bobby Fischer in the Rosenwald Memorial Tournament in New York City on October 17, 1956, which Fischer won. The competition took place at the Marshall Ches... | Read More
There are many great games in the history of chess. But which one's the best?
Could it be Lasker's win against Bauer?
Sure, that's a nice game, but can we really call it the best?
Is it the Immortal Game?
Yes...it's a good game, but it's f... | Read More
10. Wilhelm Steinitz (1836-1900) from Austria / U.S.
World Champion from 1886 to 1894 (8 years)
At the top of the ratings chart for 173 months (over 14 years) from 1866 to 1890
Steinitz was born on May 17, 1836 in the Jewis... | Read More
In one of my last blog posts, I talked about someone who is probably the greatest chess geniuses ever to scourge the face of the earth. That is, of course, Bobby Fischer. I showed one of my favorite Fischer games, Letelier vs. Fischer, and I will ... | Read More
Another Great Game for Bobby Fischer playing Black here when he was just 13 years old, This Game full of fat and rich tactics and lessons, and the analysis by (TheChessWebsite) on youtube.com so good explain most everything.
Have a good time
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In this article, I will analyze the so called "Game of the Century" between Donald Byrne and Bobby Fischer, which was played in 1956:
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Ever since I started playing chess, I have always been amazed by the games of the classical tacticians such as Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer or David Bronstein. They made a strong impression on me with the creativity of their play, and have made a bi... | Read More
White: Donald Byrne Black: Bobby Fischer Opening: Grünfeld Defence (ECO D92)
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Bobby Fisher" redirects here. For the English footballer, see Bobby Fisher (footballer).
For those of a similar name, see Bob Fisher (disambiguation).
Fischer in 1960
Robert James Fischer
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Thanks everyone for all the feedback! I've been working on a few new chess rap songs. I'd recommend you check out Tactics, Positional Chess, and a joke rap called Kasparov. I just redid the Tal's goin freestyle wi... | Read More
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You ever wonder how in the heck a Great GM started out or wondered what openings they used? I located this a while back from (http://bobbyfischer.net/repertoire.html) Please Enjoy the reading
The Evolution of Bobby Fischer's Openin... | Read More
Last week I shared 7 king hunts in which the opposing king was driven all the way to his opponent's home rank. This week I have another 7 I've come across. These games are somewhat more recent than the first 7 so there may be a touch more sophisti... | Read More
Bobby Fischer @ 13
The Game of the Century
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It was a pretty good weekend for some chess, or so I thought.
Well, who am I kidding, it's always a good day for chess! I noticed I had a few people on my friends list that were online at the time I logged on to chess.com. Well, let's hit '... | Read More
"The Chess Game of the CEntury" may have been won by White as demonstrated below:
La partida (del Siglo) se pudo haber decidido en menos de un movimiento (como demuestro en la variacion del movimiento 18) a favor de las blancas. | Read More
BK Academy of Chess presents the game of Bobby Fischer in a nine part video series which includes traps, sacrifices, questions to test your tactics, and much more. It even includes one of my games... Bobby shows us how to play the King's Gambit wi... | Read More
Fischer at the age of 13 pounces on his opponent with -One of the most powerful moves of all time- according to Jonathan Rowson. Hans Kmoch called it -The Game of the Century ... a stunning masterpiece of combination play.
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t’s six in the morning in Zucotti Park. Quiet hours started at eleven, but that isn’t stopping the kid behind me from singing and playing Bob Dylan’s greatest hits on his guitar. I politely tolerate it until he starts to play “Rainy Day Wo... | Read More