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Awesome history lesson. Ty very much!
Very nice and detailed article.. I think that Kasparov was wrong about his ideas on Fischer vs Karpov match.. Kasparov never has the chance to play against Fischer but many GM still consider him as 3th or 4th in all chess history with fischer ahead in the top list. So Kasparov wanted to show people that Karpov was much stronger and was the favourite for the title, and then he wanted people to conclude that by beating Karpov 3/4 in world championship matchs he was as stronger as Fischer maybe more.. That's all !! But the truth is that Fischer has abandonned Chess definitly in 1973 not in 1975. Fischer already disapeared after the match against Spassky !
Great artical but I think that Bobby Fisher would at that time have no problem defeating karpov but at karpovs peak in 1994 I think it would be more evin but fisher would still win. Fisher is the 1st or 2nd best player ever along with garry kasparov. Fisher was the sneakyest player in histrory .
Very well written article!
Thank you for sharing this.
No doubt of it: the great Bobby!
Good article full of insights and speculations..!
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