Volume 5: Bobby Fischer’s Most Brilliant Instructional Games and Combinations
Susan Polgar will share with you her experiences she had with Bobby Fischer.
Early in her chess career, Susan answers some of the questions everyone wants to know; like who would of won a Fischer Karpov match in 1975, the impact Fischer had on chess, what she learned from Bobby and how he compares with today’s best.
Susan will also take you through 5 highly instructive chess games, combinations and lessons..
So let one World Champion take you through another World Champion timeless masterpieces, which will certainly enhance your chess Knowledge and ability.
Donald Bryne – Fischer 1956
One of Bobby’s most famous games ever
Fischer – Robatsch 1962
Attack with opposite side castle
Robert Byrne – Fischer 1963
How to develop and then open the position, and use the inaccuracies of your opponent
Fischer – U. Geller 1968
King’s Indian Attack, making a plan, open files
Fischer – Tigran Petrosian 1971
In this game Bobby Fischer showed his versatility by playing a superb positional game. He exploited blacks weaken isolate d pawn; open files penetrated to the 7th rank and activated his King. This game further demonstrated that Bobby was not only a great tactical player but a great positional one also.
Bobby Fischer’s Greatest Combination
Letelier -Fischer 1960
Fischer -Benko 1963
Spassky -Fischer 1972