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  • Levon Aronjan

    by tiborertinger 6 weeks ago

  • read and comment please.

    by Skols 3 months ago

  • After he beat Petrosian in 1969, he stops working on chess hard enough to be on the long right form to dominate the chess world, and he also lost support from Soviet Union, after he does everything to please and loose to Fisher the Title...

    by AWARDCHESS 3 months ago

  • the most underrated champion and probably the most underrated player ever I think. pre-72 he was superior to Fischer and Tal who are considered the greatest and the most attacking player ever by many. nowadays, who Boris Spassky is is not well known for people who are NOT extremely familiar with chess history.

    by Skols 3 months ago

  • UncleTarrasch: I believe that judged by his style of play, Kasparov is much closer to Spassky and Stein than to Karpov or Fischer. In the ensuing world championship matches with Karpov, Kasparov was able to absorb the highly technical style of his predecessor and moved on to become one of the most invincible players of all time

    by UncleTarrasch 6 months ago

  • And Fisher was in two draws and 3 loss vs Spassky, before their match.

    by AWARDCHESS 6 months ago

  • Bronstein also was unsuccessful vs Spasskiy, as he wrote in his book...

    by AWARDCHESS 6 months ago

  • Kasparov: I believe that judged by his style of play, Spassky is much closer to Alekhine and Tal than to Smyslov, Botvinnik, or Petrosian. This is probably why, when Spassky was in his best form, neither Tal nor Korchnoi could really put up much resistance against him. Spassky could read their play (especially that of Tal) like an open book.

    by UncleTarrasch 6 months ago

  • I just created Welcome on to share and study!

    by AWARDCHESS 11 months ago


    by AWARDCHESS 15 months ago