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  1. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess by Bobby Fischer, Stuart Margulies, et all 2010-02-04
  2. BOBBY FISCHER'S CHESS GAMES. by Robert Wade and Kevin O'Connell., 1972
  3. The Chess of Bobby Fischer (Great Literature Series) by Robert E. Burger, 1994-11
  4. Bobby Fischer's Outrageous Chess Moves (Fireside Chess Library) by Pandolfini, 1985-10-14
  5. Bobby Fischer's Chess Games by Bobby Fischer, 1973
  6. BOBBY FISCHER TEACHES CHESS by Bobby, Stuart Margulies & Donn Mosenfelder Fischer, 1966
  7. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess by Fischer Bobby, 1966-01-01
  8. Bobby Fischer's Games of Chess by Bobby Fischer, 2008-07-25
  9. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess [BOBBY FISCHER TEACHES CHESS] [Mass Market Paperback]
  10. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess 1st Edition by Bobby Fischer, 1966
  11. Bobby Fischer: From Chess Genius to Legend by Eduard Gufeld; et al, 2001-08
  12. Three Days With Bobby Fischer and Other Chess Essays: How to Meet Champions & Choose Your Openings by Lev Alburt, Al Lawrence, 2003-11
  13. Searching for Bobby Fischer: World of Chess Observed by the Father of a Child Prodigy by Fred Waitzkin, 1994-01-06

1. The Bobby Fischer Home Page
24 75 Fri Jul 01, 2005 1108 am cool120121. Chess quotes Quotes by Bobby Fischer (and other chess admirers). Add your favorites!

2. Atlantic Monthly Bobby Fischer's Pathetic Endgame
Bobby Fischer.Net A privately maintained fan page, offering articles, related links, diagrams of Fischer's important chess games, and more.

3. Kidnapped And Railroaded To His Imprisonment Torture
ACT (UNOFFICIAL TRANSLATION) published in Japan in 2004. The World Chess Champion Bobby Fischer has been

4. BBC NEWS Europe Fischer 'put Iceland On The Map'
Iceland says former chess champion Bobby Fischer is welcome to live there as an adopted "national hero".

5. Free Bobby
1500 relevant news stories on Google Unofficial Bobby Fischer Chess Page Video Tribute for Bobby Free Bobby Fischer News Administrator

6. Bobby Fischer Chess Archive Wins Against Spassky
Back to Home Bobby Fischer Wins! Third Index Own a Chess or Poker related business?

7. Bobby Fischer Chess Quotes
Bobby Fischer has an enormous knowledge of chess and his familiarity with the chess literature of the USSR is immense. Boris Spassky

8. ABC News Chess Legend Bobby Fischer Eyes Iceland
Chess Legend Bobby Fischer Eyes Iceland

9. Bobby Fischer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Bobby Fischer

10. Robert (Bobby) Fischer
Robert Fischer vs. Boris Spassky World Championship match (game 6) Reykjavik 1972. Download 879 games of Bobby Fischer Chess Corner Home

11. The Amazing Robert James 'Bobby' Fischer
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Lonnie Best
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4 Nov. 1994
The Amazing Bobby Fischer
It does not take a chessplayer to realize that Bobby Fischer is an absolutely amazing man. Aside from his numerous chess accomplishments, he has an astronomical I.Q. with an exceptional memory; in the world of chess, no player has ever proved to be as devoted as Bobby Fischer. Fischer is "generally acknowledged as the greatest chessplayer of all time" (Pandolfini 1). Robert James Fischer was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 9, 1943. His parents were divorced in 1945, and his mother moved him and his sister to Brooklyn a year or so later. "At the age of six he acquired a chess set and soon became deeply absorbed in the game" (Hooper and Whyld 115). This was the beginning of a legend.
In 1963 Fischer played in and won the New York State Open Championship at Poughkeepsie, New York. During the last round I was involved in a complicated ending with Frank S. Meyer . . . Fischer, on his way to the washroom, briefly paused at my board -for perhaps five seconds- and then walked on. A few months later, he visited me at my office . . . "How did that last round game turn out?" he inquired. I told him I had won, but with difficulty. "Did you play Q-B5?" he asked. I told him quite frankly I couldn't remember what I had played. He immediately set up the exact position to "help" me remember, and then demonstrated the variation I should have played to have secured a much more economical win. The main point is . . . he remembered not only the position but also his fleeting analysis as he had passed my board months previously. (VII)

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Opinions About Fischer - Read other's and state your own Love him or hate him? Feel free to offer your thoughts about Bobby. Sun Sep 11, 2005 12:38 am CeeFoR Current Bobby sightings What is he doing and where is he right now? Fri Aug 26, 2005 3:54 pm dutchling Chess Banter - Let's talk about chess A place for yours or others games to be analyzed. Discuss theory on openings, novelties, tactics, strategy! Mon Sep 05, 2005 8:47 pm

13. Regeln Fischer Random Chess
bobby Fischers Variante des Shuffle chess, bei der die Stellung der Offiziere vor Partiebeginn nach bestimmten Vorgaben ausgelost wird, wird erl¤utert. Regeln.htm
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  • "Zweizügige Rochade": Einen Zug mit dem König, einen Zug mit dem Turm. "Platzwechsel-Rochade": König und Turm wechseln die Plätze. "König-Rochade": nur der König zieht. "Turm-Rochade": nur der Turm zieht.
Beim FRC spricht man nicht von langer und kurzer Rochade, sondern von "a"-Rochade (entspricht 0-0-0 ) und "h"-Rochade (entspricht 0-0). Egal, wo König und Türme zu Beginn stehen, wenn sich eine Partei zur Rochade entschließt, finden die beiden Figuren ihr vertrautes Plätzchen: Bei der so genannten "a-Rochade" der Turm auf d1 (d8) und der König auf c1 (c8), bei der "h-Rochade" der Turm auf f1 (f8) und der König auf g1 (g8) Ansonsten sind aber die üblichen Rochade-Regeln zu beachten:
Bemerkung: Beim FRC kann es vorkommen, dass nach der "a"-Rochade (0-0-0) auf den Feldern a1, b1 und e1 eine Figur steht, oder nach der "h"-Rochade Figuren auf e1 und h1 zu finden sind. Dies ist im klassischen Schach nicht möglich. Alle andere Spielregeln sind wie beim klassischen Schach.

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15. Robert (Bobby) Fischer
Robert (bobby) fischer. 1943 . 11th World Champion, 1972 - 1975. Robert James fischer is considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time.
Robert (Bobby) Fischer 11th World Champion, 1972 - 1975 Robert James Fischer is considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time. He was born in Chicago, USA in 1943 and brought up in Brooklyn where his mother moved after she was divorced in 1945. He learned to play chess at the age of 6 and soon became deeply absorbed in the game saying "All I want to do, ever, is play chess." At the age of 13 he became the youngest national junior chess champion in the USA and at the age of 14 he became the youngest senior US Champion. In 1958, at the age of 15, he became the youngest Grandmaster in the history of chess. He broke the Soviet domination of the World Championship when he became the first American to win the title by defeating Boris Spassky of the USSR in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1972. In 1975 FIDE refused to meet Fischer's conditions for a World Championship match with the Soviet Anatoly Karpov and Fischer refused to play. Consequently FIDE awarded the title of World Champion to Karpov. After this dispute Fischer vanished from public eye for twenty years and moved to Europe. In 1996 Fischer launched a new game called "Fischerandom Chess" in which the major pieces on the back rank are randomly shuffled behind their pawns. Fischer maintained that this form of chess was a better test of a player's skill and got away from opening theory homework.

16. Bobby Fischer’s Pathetic Endgame
In 1966 he coauthored bobby fischer Teaches chess, the best-selling chess All he had to do was tell the police he was bobby fischer, the chess player
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From the archives: "Computers Aren't So Smart After All" (August 1974) "In the late sixties a chess-playing, computer program was written at MIT and was entered into some local tournaments." By Fred Hapgood From Atlantic Unbound Web Citations: "Chess on the Net" (September 17, 1997) An online community where those with the best moves always mate. Elsewhere on the Web Links to related material on other Web sites. Bobby Fischer.Net A privately maintained fan page, offering articles, related links, diagrams of Fischer's important chess games, and more.
by Rene Chun You go walking down Broadway, watchin' people catch the subway! Take it from me, don't ask for a helping hand, mmm, 'cause no one will understand! " With each note he became increasingly strident. " Bright lights will find you, and they will mess you around! Let me tell you, millions will watch you! Have mercy now, as you sink right down to the ground! " Even if you knew nothing about Bobby Fischer, listening to him sing this song would tell you all you needed to know. "

17. Bobby Fischer - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
bobby fischer Teaches chess by bobby fischer, Donn Mosenfelder, bobby fischer Demise of a chess legend, the BBC on fischer s personality and downfall
Bobby Fischer
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Bobby Fischer. Robert James "Bobby" Fischer (born March 9 ) is a former world chess champion, who on September 1 became the only American to win the FIDE World Chess Championship . He lost the title when he refused to defend it on April 3 Garry Kasparov wrote that of all world champions of chess, the skill gap between Fischer and his contemporaries was the largest in history . Fischer is also well known for his eccentricity, unconventional behavior, and outspoken, anti-Semitic political views. Despite his prolonged absence from competitive play, or perhaps because of it, Fischer is still among the best known of all chess players. Fischer's victory over the Soviet champion Boris Spassky to win the world championship was seen as a symbolic victory for the West that catalyzed interest in the game internationally. His opponent was portrayed, in the United States in particular, as the product of an impersonal, mechanical, and oppressive system of state control, while Fischer was the solitary genius overcoming the Soviets' claim to dominance. As a national hero, Americans were willing to forgive his scandalous behavior and views as eccentricities, and in popular culture he became a symbol of the genius whose brilliance is so great that he is destroyed by it.

18. MSN Encarta - Bobby Fischer
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Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 1 item Fischer, Bobby , born in 1943, American chess player, who in 1972 became the first American to win the world championship. Three years later Fischer was stripped of the title in a dispute, and he later became known as an eccentric, controversial figure who refused to play competitive chess. Robert James Fischer was born in Chicago, Illinois. His father left the family when he was a toddler, and Fischer was raised by his mother, who in the late 1940s moved to New York City with her two children. Fischer learned to play chess when he was 6 years old. At the age of 13 he became the youngest national junior chess champion in the United States. A year later he became the youngest U.S. champion at 14. In 1958 Fischer achieved the level of international grandmaster, again becoming the youngest ever to do so (a record later broken). Soon after, the young prodigy left high school to pursue a chess career. Fischer became known as an intense, brilliant competitor whose success derived mainly from daring attacks and counterattacks. He set a modern tournament record by capturing the 1964-65 U.S. championship with 11 wins in 11 games. By 1968 he had won the U.S. championship eight times. In the 1970-71 World Championship Candidate matches Fischer won 20 consecutive games.

19. MSN Encarta - Related Items - Fischer, Bobby
bobby fischer at age 29 became the 11th world chess champion, the first American to hold that title, by beating Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union, 12½8½,
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20. Bobby Fischer,
chess genius bobby fischer, from American hero to paranoid fugitive (Agence The fischer king. (chess match between bobby fischer and Boris Spassky)
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