Bobby Fischer: Complete Games of the American World Chess by Lou Hays

By Lou Hays

A first-hand examine the video games of the fellow well-known because the maximum chess participant of all time. Bobby Fischer's geniusness raised the full world's recognition of chess and prepared the ground for multi-million greenback prizes. contains one hundred and one new video games. greatest online game assortment ever assembled together with 972 video games and 1.043 listings.

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