Agur, Elie/ Bobby Fischer: His Approach to Chess
(Cadogan, London 1992)
Paperback, 276 Seiten
in englischer Sprache
The return in 1992 of American Grandmaster Bobby Fischer against his old rival Boris Spassky has reawakened interest in the games of one of the most determined World Champions of all time.
To Fischer chess is a highly competitive sport which requires not only meticulous opening preparation, a high state of tactical alertness and perfect technique, but also a constant striving for the initiative, immense will to win and even calculated risktaking.
In 1972, when he won the supreme crown, he was years ahead of his time in his chess understanding and he influenced the way competitive chess is played today. Now he is back, all chess enthusiasts will be able to compare Fischer with the younger generation such as Kasparov and Short, neither of whom has played a single competitive game against the enigmatic American.
By studying the deeply researched and thematically arranged material in this book, players of all strengths will change their attitude towards the game and improve their own play.
What's in a Style?
Reducing the Opponent's Options
Playing to Win
Misplaying Won Positions
Typical Blunders and Oversights
Towards a Comprehensive Vision