Chessbase Monograph: World Champion Fischer
Robert Huebner: "World Champion Robert James Fischer"
All world champions take up an important place in the history of chess, however, hardly any of them has achieved such a popularity outside the chess scene like Robert Fischer. In his short heyday, he did incredibly much for chess. We know the Fischer clock, Fischer victories (i.e. winning by a large margin), the Fischer disease (opponents falling sick after losing several game in a row) and finally Fischer random chess. Yet his masterpiece, of course, are the many brilliant games.
Dr. Robert Huebner has thoroughly examined Fischer's biggest and best known publication, "My sixty memorable games". With tournament reports on Fischer's most important chess matches, including contemporary material.
All featrues at a glance:
- about 1,000 games
- extensive text and picture material
- Fischer videos
- includes Reader for reading data on CD
- Systemrequirements: Pentium PC, 32 MB RAM, Windows 95,98,Me,2000, XP
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