Greatest Chess Minds: Bobby Fischer - Part 4

Apr 14, 2011
30 min
We learn today that Bobby Fischer was as much a student of the Soviet Chess School as Grandmaster Dzindzichashvili himself. He studied their magazine's and "chess language" and because of this, he knew more about positional chess than any of his fellow Americans. As Dzindzi explains, Russia is best known for three things... and we know at least one of them was mastered by the young American. GM Larry Evans also experienced that in today's feature presentation!