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Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

Product Code: B0011RH


Publisher: Random House
Author: Bobby Fischer
Year of Publication: 1982

Pages: 334
Notation Type: None


Book DescriptionLearn to think the same way Bobby Fischer did. This is the fastest, most efficient, most enjoyable book on chess ever compiled. As the student, you start at the beginning and progressively develop your skills as you apply Bobby Fischer's principles and learn how to play Chess the Bobby way.

This is the secret. You will be put in increasingly complex situations where you will be required to think and move the way Bobby Fischer did. When you finish this book, you will not be able to beat the greatest Chess player the world has every known, but you will be a much better chess player than you were.

Bobby Fischer was born in Chicago Illinois, in 1943. He was introduced to Chess and learned the moves when he was six years old. In his teens he achieved international prominence by winning every United States Chess competition for four years running without the loss of a game. He was the youngest International Grandmaster in Chess history.

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ISBN 553263153
Manufacturer Random House
Author(s) Bobby Fischer
Pages 334 Pages
Publication Date Jan 1, 1982
Notation Type NL - Notationless
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