Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess - Fischer

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About The Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess - Fischer

Here 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 Fischer way. 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.

Author 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.

  • 178 Pages
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Bantam
  • Published: July, 1982

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Maureen Lahey
Thank you!

Book was delivered when promised and in perfect condition.

John McCarthy
Great book for beginners

Book received in time and in perfect condition, look forward to working on the various chapters to improve my game.

Jeffrey Burtch
Great Learning Tool

I’ve been playing online matches against other players, and against the computer for a few weeks now.

I often found that I wasn’t doing a good job of seeing the “big picture,” if you will. As a beginner, I believe this is to be somewhat expected.

This book, however, has started helping me expand my view of the board. It does an excellent job of making you look at all of the pieces before you make your decision.

I also really like the way the book is laid out. It makes it so that you can’t peak at the answer without physically turning the page, which I believe helps me even more.

Overall, I’m really satisfied with this book. It’s a very useful learning tool.

John Black

I love it it's every thing that I hoped it would be.

A must for the beginning chess player

This is a good and easy to read book but it is really for the very beginner. Skip this book if you've been playing for a while.