Bobby Fischer Rediscovered His Career plus 100 Freshly Annotated Games by Andrew Soltis
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Publisher: Batsford, 2003 Edition: Paperback medium Pages: 286 Language: English
Although 30 years have passed 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 copies of My 60 Memorable Games by Fischer are elusive and the book only covers material up to 1967 in any case, the author has provided a timely volume that retraces Bobby’s chess career from his teenage years in New York right up to his final matches with Boris Spassky, taking a fresh look at the chessboard masterpieces that have made him a living chess legend.
About the Author International grandmaster Andy Soltis is a professional journalist and popular chess writer. A contemporary and former opponent of Fischer in US Championships, he is able to provide an objective, entertaining and qualified review of the American's great contributions to chess. He lives in New York.