Bobby Fischer was one of the most mysterious chess players ever played this game. His sudden appearance in chess world, tremendous tournament domination and the refusal to defend the title makes him, to say the least, a very atypical player. 13 year old Fischer won a brilliancy award which later became known as game of the century.
Fischer was a fighter over the board with an uncompromising “I take no prisoners” attitude. He played pure classical chess and there is a lot you can learn from his games.
Analyzing well annotated chess games should be one of the priorities if your goal is to improve your positional understanding, or simply to become a stronger chess player.
That’s why in our training program we have a carefully selected and fully annotated GM games that will demonstrate the positional ideas that are absolutely essential and can be applied in your own games.
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