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fischer managed to counterattack, but had no answers against his opponent’s queen. spassky spanked fischer with 20. qa3?! and fischer crumbled. “i couldn’t resist,” said spassky. “i had the advantage. i saw that i could win.”

the suit against fischer, who was granted a license to appear in los angeles superior court by judge hyman korn is the story of a great man who is not all he is cracked up to be. it was in the 70s, that a bunch of reporters in new york, who wanted to get close to bobby fischer managed to get him into a us tournament held on long island. he didn’t like it and walked out, but the reporters kept following him. it was in this tournament, at the start of summer, that he accidentally or on purpose stubbed his toe in an empty coffee cup and shouted, “that is the most painful pain i have ever known!” the whole world was told this was supposed to be a secret, so it was told only to an intimate circle of friends. it was also the time the media discovered that one of those close friends had given them an interview which the reporters hadn’t used. the story was the worst they had ever experienced and they didn’t know what to do with it. it was assumed that they could report it, but they waited until the day after the tournament ended, to publish the news. they did so in a new york times newspaper and the first paragraph read: “the writer of these lines managed to interview a world-class chess player which no one had managed to do for decades. the interview was arranged through an intermediary, whose name will remain unknown until he dons the cloak of the knight on the chessboard and then takes up residence in the holy grail.”

this is a decent “how to” for opening beginners that touch on some of the principles discussed in think like a grandmaster. this comes in the form of a quick practice book with various tips and common openings. it could do with more analysis, and some sort of scorekeeping as to which opening has performed better.
this book from 1937 by jose raul capablanca, published by fritz, discusses the 10 types of play that occur in chess and how they should be handled. from time to time i think back to capablanca’s work as one of the most useful books for understanding positional chess.
this is a collection of the lessons learned by a previous world champion that is written in an easy to understand format. some of the topics discussed include: endgame principles endgame rules world champion’s systems, tactics, and bishop retreat. each section starts with a short history lesson, then continues with short discussions for each topic.
botwinnik has his own reasons for staying in germany. he will be under consideration to be the national coach of a new nation if/when it is founded. it is highly unlikely the first head coach of such a country would be a top player. the reason for botwinnik’s desire to stay in germany is based on at least three reasons: the training facilities and opportunities the support of the german chess federation financial support
nick has a top-grade analytical ability, and offers very interesting suggestions. in any case i’m sure he will do well if he continues to train in his home country! best wishes for his future career in chess as well.

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