Fischer was a master of clarity and a king of artful positioning. His opponents would see where he was going but were powerless to stop him
I definitely miss the rush from wiping out an opponent.
To see what they see, sit where they sit.
Known as a negative player, Karpov sets up deep traps and creates moves that seem to allow his opponent possibilities - but that really don't. He takes no chances, and he gives his opponents nothing. He's a trench-warfare fighter who keeps the game moving just an inch at a time.
The two most important forms of intelligence are the ability to read other people and the ability to understand oneself.
Chess reflects the real world in miniature. Endeavor, struggle, success, and defeat - they are part of each game ever played.
We don't really know how the game was invented, though there are suspicions. As soon as we discover the culprits, we'll let you know
I like to say that Bobby Fischer was the greatest player ever. But what made Fischer a genius was his ability to blend an American freshness and pragmatism with Russian ideas about strategy
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