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USSR vs The Rest of the World match

  • #1

    First match, Belgrade, 1970.

    Anyone know if this match has ever been annotated by a master?

    Thanks.

    reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russia_%28USSR%29_vs_Rest_of_the_World

  • #2

    I think there are two books on the match but am not 100% sure--one is a Chessplayer booklet the other a multi-language book published in Yugoslavia. Also there is a booklet with the speed match games done in English as well

  • #3
    There were at least 5 match books. Yudovich, Fischer and Bjelica, Schroeder,Hort, and Chess Player editions.
  • #4
    vonderlasa wrote:
    There were at least 5 match books. Yudovich, Fischer and Bjelica, Schroeder,Hort, and Chess Player editions.

     

    one more: «СССР — Сборная мира», Т. Петросян, А. Матанович, 1970.

    It had Russian commentaries for the  CCCP side, and English for the World team.

  • #5
    NM ZaidejasChEgis, thanks! I had forgotten about that one, since I filed it with my Fischer books.
  • #6

    welcome. It was my first book in English happy.png

  • #7
    vonderlasa escreveu:
    There were at least 5 match books. Yudovich, Fischer and Bjelica, Schroeder,Hort, and Chess Player editions.

    'Chess Meets of the Century' by Fischer and Bjelica. Considering that Dmitry Bjelica was (in)famous for his enormous productivity (the Raymond Keene or Eric Schiller of Yugoslavia), is it known how much Fischer actually contributed to this?




  • #8
    ZaidejasChEgis escreveu:
    vonderlasa wrote:
    There were at least 5 match books. Yudovich, Fischer and Bjelica, Schroeder,Hort, and Chess Player editions.

     

    one more: «СССР — Сборная мира», Т. Петросян, А. Матанович, 1970.

    It had Russian commentaries for the  CCCP side, and English for the World team.


    I think this is the multilanguage book from Yugoslavia which aansel referred to.

     

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