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The Road to Reykjavik (pb)

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432 pages, paperback, Quality, 1. edition 2022

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Robert James Fischer is one of the greatest and most celebrated players in chess history. Exactly fifty years since the American won the right to challenge Boris Spassky for the World Championship crown, Tibor Karolyi documents Fischer’s unique journey from precocious youngster to the chess icon who obliterated Taimanov and Larsen before convincingly beating Petrosian on The Road to Reykjavik .

The second volume, Fischer – Spassky 1972 , is devoted to the Reykjavik match which captivated the entire world.

International Master Tibor Karolyi is a former Hungarian Champion who is renowned as both an author and a trainer. His previous biographical works for Quality Chess received glowing praise from chess readers and reviewers.

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Weight 950 g
Manufacturer Quality
Width 17 cm
Height 24 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2022
Author Tibor Károlyi
Edition 1
Pages 432
Binding paperback

004 Key to Symbols used & Bibliography

005 Preface

007 Introduction

015 1) 1956-57 Teenage Chess

025 2) 1958-61 International Recognition

051 3) 1962-69 A World-Class Player

081 4) 1970 Part 1: Soviet Union vs. Rest of the World Match

107 5) 1970 Part 2: Herceg Novi & Rovinj/Zagreb

133 6) 1970 Part 3: Buenos Aires

159 7) 1970 Part 4: Siegen Olympiad

179 8) 1970 Part 5: Palma de Mallorca Interzonal

207 9) 1971 Fischer – Taimanov

261 10) 1971 Fischer – Larsen

313 11) 1971 Fischer – Petrosian

420 Epilogue

422 Game Index

426 Opening Index

427 Name Index

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