Bobby Fischer : Rediscovered Chess BookThough it is over 30 years since Bobby Fischer single-handedly wrested the world chess title from the former Soviet Union, admiration for his beautiful play remains as strong as ever. As Fischer's own "My 60 Most Memorable Games" has been out of print for some time and only covered up to 1967, the author has retraced Bobby's chess career from his teenage years in New York right up to his final match with Boris Spassky in 1992, taking a fresh and in-depth look at 100 chessboard masterpieces that helped make him a living chess legend.
International Grandmaster Andres Soltis is a professional journalist and a popular and prolific chess writer. A contemporary of Fischer, he is able to provide an objective, entertaining and qualified review of the American's great contribution to chess.
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