Bobby Fischer’s BRUTAL Attack | Immortal Chess Game

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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov analyzes Bobby Fischer’s immortal chess game against Peter Dely. The game was played at the Skopje Tournament 1967. The Fischer-Sozin Attack was played from the Sicilian Defense.

This game illustrates Fischer’s aggressive attacking idea. You will learn how to keep the momentum going by attacking your opponent especially when you are ahead in development. Fischer won this game in just 17 moves!

► Chapters

00:00 Bobby Fischer’s Attacking Chess Game
01:24 Attacking Idea of White
03:00 1st Critical Position: Key Idea to Remember!
05:07 2nd Critical Position: Keeping the Momentum
07:13 If Black plays b5 to block the check
08:09 Funny story by Fischer
09:26 The winning move is… (did you find it?)

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