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  1. 04 Oct '06 19:22 / 1 edit
    Honestly, people talk bad about Bobby Fischer - indisputably the 11th World Chess Champion - but now that we have the Russian and Bulgarian bozo up there on stage, why don't we - for once more - remember the Fischer of sportsmanship, unlimited Will to Win and infinite passion for the game that we all love. Please, a moment of silence for 1972 and the American World Chess Champion! Here's to my crazy genius Bobby! I love you!
  2. 04 Oct '06 19:23
    Originally posted by powershaker
    Honestly, people talk bad about Bobby Fischer - indisputably the 11th World Chess Champion - but now that we have the Russian and Bulgarian bozo up there on stage, why don't we - for once more - remember the Fischer of sportsmanship, unlimited Will to Win and infinite passion for the game that we all love. Please, a moment of silence for 1972 and the American World Chess Champion! Here's to crazy Bobby! I love you!
    What about the firendly chess genius and attacking master Mikhail Tal. Does he get no respect?

    BTW:Fischer was a great player, no doubt about it.
  3. 04 Oct '06 19:25 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by cmsMaster
    What about the firendly chess genius and attacking master Mikhail Tal. Does he get no respect?

    BTW:Fischer was a great player, no doubt about it.
    BTW: Tal was a tactical wizard! You can't down a Tal fan! Mischa rocked! He never complained abouter bathroom breaks either.
  4. 04 Oct '06 19:27
    Originally posted by powershaker
    Honestly, people talk bad about Bobby Fischer - indisputably the 11th World Chess Champion - but now that we have the Russian and Bulgarian bozo up there on stage, why don't we - for once more - remember the Fischer of sportsmanship, unlimited Will to Win and infinite passion for the game that we all love. Please, a moment of silence for 1972 and the American World Chess Champion! Here's to my crazy genius Bobby! I love you!
    [moment of silence]
    Cheers Bobby, youre the best!!
  5. Standard member Wiabj
    The Black Swan
    04 Oct '06 19:29
    What's is this about! I guess old news, not worth to mention. I go to bed. Sleep well!!
  6. 04 Oct '06 19:31 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by Wiabj
    What's is this about! I guess old news, not worth to mention. I go to bed. Sleep well!!
    Continue your praise of Kramik or Topalov! At least Bobby won his World Title by 12.5 to 8.5! That's a crush!

    p.s. Oh, I forget! You live in the Netherlands. You wouldn't know about one of your countrymen winning a World Chess Championship! Poor felluh!

    Ameriicaaaa AMericaaaa! God Shed His Grace on Thee! And, crowned thy hood with brotherhood from sea to shining seeaaaaaaaaa!
  7. 04 Oct '06 20:22
    while were at it, i lift my glass to jose capablanca..
  8. Standard member Wiabj
    The Black Swan
    04 Oct '06 20:33
    Originally posted by powershaker
    Continue your praise of Kramik or Topalov! At least Bobby won his World Title by 12.5 to 8.5! That's a crush!

    p.s. Oh, I forget! You live in the Netherlands. You wouldn't know about one of your countrymen winning a World Chess Championship! Poor felluh!

    Ameriicaaaa AMericaaaa! God Shed His Grace on Thee! And, crowned thy hood with brotherhood from sea to shining seeaaaaaaaaa!
    Silly boy, I know mylegends, ever heard of honourable Max Euwe! I think we in the Netherlands has more to earn !! Think about it! Just look at the behavior of your President B.?! No content, no braines!!
  9. 04 Oct '06 20:39
    Fischer is hardly a decent role model either though is he?
    From Wikipedia:

    He has denied the "Holocaust of the Jews," has announced his desire to make "expos[ing] the Jews for the criminals they are [...] the murderers they are" his lifework, and has argued that the United States is "a farce controlled by dirty, hook-nosed, circumcised Jew bastards." In the September 12, 2001, interview with Pablo Mercado, Fischer expressed the hope that after a coup d'état in the U.S., the military would "close down all the synagogues, arrest all the Jews, execute hundreds of thousands of Jewish ringleaders, and, you know, apologize to the Arabs, kill off all the Jews over there in the bandit state of Israel."
  10. Standard member Wiabj
    The Black Swan
    04 Oct '06 20:39
    Originally posted by powershaker
    Continue your praise of Kramik or Topalov! At least Bobby won his World Title by 12.5 to 8.5! That's a crush!

    p.s. Oh, I forget! You live in the Netherlands. You wouldn't know about one of your countrymen winning a World Chess Championship! Poor felluh!

    Ameriicaaaa AMericaaaa! God Shed His Grace on Thee! And, crowned thy hood with brotherhood from sea to shining seeaaaaaaaaa!
    And then the one and only owner of your own clan! Poor boy, learn to improve yourself!1
  11. Subscriber huckleberryhound
    Devout Agnostic.
    04 Oct '06 20:51
    Having just read about the Fischer-Spassky match, in my honest opinion, Fischer should never have been world champion.

    Spassky should've walked away before game three, with the title firmly in his hand.
  12. Standard member Yuga
    Renaissance
    05 Oct '06 06:59
    In tribute of Fischer's excellent chess:

    Fischer-Keres (Almost Perfect - Not Enough)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1072945

    Fischer-Petrosian (4 Queens)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1106430

    Fischer-Unzicker (Ruy Exchange; Nice Endgame)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1044340

    (Letelier-Martner)-Fischer (KID, 4 Pawns Var.)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1008397

    Unzicker-Fischer (Najdorf Vars)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1008416

    Fischer-Benko (Pirc, Rf6!)
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1008421
  13. Subscriber Marinkatomb
    wotagr8game
    05 Oct '06 07:34
    Originally posted by cmsMaster
    What about the firendly chess genius and attacking master Mikhail Tal. Does he get no respect?

    BTW:Fischer was a great player, no doubt about it.
    Amen! Tal was the bravest player i've ever seen!
  14. 05 Oct '06 13:02
    The bravest player I've ever seen is Rashid Nezhmetdinov. Some of his sacrifices are just astonishing.
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=37199&kpage=1

    Here are some of his games involving queen sacrifices:
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1111459
    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1260278

    The second one in particular is just crazy! No-one except him would play 12.Qxf6
  15. Standard member Wulebgr
    Angler
    05 Oct '06 13:27
    The top champs:

    1. Lasker
    2. Smyslov
    3. Spassky