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Bobby Fischer's Positional Masterpiece against Tigran Petrosian

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#agadmator Robert James Fischer vs Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian
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Fischer - Petrosian Candidates Final (1971), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 7, Oct-19
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Modern Variation (B42)
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cd4 4. Nd4 a6 5. Bd3 Nc6 6. Nc6 bc6 7. O-O d5 8. c4 Nf6 9. cd5 cd5 10. ed5 ed5 11. Nc3 Be7 12. Qa4 Qd7 13. Re1 Qa4 14. Na4 Be6 15. Be3 O-O 16. Bc5 Rfe8 17. Be7 Re7 18. b4 Kf8 19. Nc5 Bc8 20. f3 Rea7 21. Re5 Bd7 22. Nd7 Rd7 23. Rc1 Rd6 24. Rc7 Nd7 25. Re2 g6 26. Kf2 h5 27. f4 h4 28. Kf3 f5 29. Ke3 d4 30. Kd2 Nb6 31. Ree7 Nd5 32. Rf7 Ke8 33. Rb7 Nf4 34. Bc4
Bobby Fischer was a record-setting chess master who became the youngest player to win the U.S. Chess Championship at 14, and the first American-born player to win the World Chess Championship.
Bobby Fischer was born on March 9, 1943, in Chicago, Illinois. Fischer first learned the game of chess at age 6 and eventually became the youngest international grand master at the age of 15. In 1972, he became the first American-born world chess champion after defeating Boris Spassky. An eccentric genius, who was believed to have an I.Q. of 181, Fischer became known for his controversial public remarks in his later years. He was granted Icelandic citizenship in 2005, following legal trouble with the United States. He died on January 17, 2008.
Early Life
Robert James Fischer was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 9, 1943. Fischer's parents divorced when he was a toddler, and he began learning chess at the age of 6 after his older sister Joan bought him a chess set. He continued to hone his skills as a youngster at the Brooklyn Chess Club and Manhattan Chess Club. Fischer had a strained relationship with his mother, who supported his chess endeavors, but preferred that he pursue other areas of interest.
A brilliant, highly competitive player who lost himself in the game, Fischer earned a place in the record books at age 14 when he became the youngest player to win the U.S. Chess Championship. Then in 1958, at 15, he became the youngest international grand master in history by winning the related tournament in Portoroz, Yugoslavia (now Slovenia).
Match of the Century
During the early 1960s, Fischer continued to be involved in U.S. and world championship matches, but was also making a name for himself with his erratic, paranoid commentary. After having a 20-game winning streak in the early 1970s, Fischer once again made chess history in 1972 with his defeat of the Soviet Union's Boris Spassky at the Reykjavik, Iceland world championships, thus marking the first time an American chess player had won the title. Fischer's defeat of a Soviet opponent, which became known as the "Match of the Century," took on iconic proportions in the midst of the Cold War and was seen as a symbolic victory of democracy over Communism. Fischer's historic win also made chess a popular game in the United States.
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SneakzyFarms
SneakzyFarms 20 日 前
would 13. Bb5 work?
Maybry Pascoe
Maybry Pascoe ヶ月 前
One feature I love about this channel is the sleep walking dog 😂
rjaladurgam
rjaladurgam ヶ月 前
have a doubt you say that in the position where Petrosian resigned that Rh7 is unstoppable well i say it is by in the the position to make my self clear after Rh7 , Rh8# can be stopped by Rf6 Rh8+ and Rf8 mate is stopped
pete990
pete990 ヶ月 前
why 10.... ed5? Why not 10.... ke5?
The Philosopher of Culture
In my view, Fisher was not "one of the strongest players in the history of chess", as you say, but THE strongest player. We stsill marvel at his games and also, we should not forget how he played against Nigel Short where he started with seemingly crazy moves and still won all games. Fisher quit chess because he had mastered it, perhaps the first human to do so. If something has no challenge anymore, it is no fun. Today, a machine has mastered it, too, Leela Alpha Zero. It threatens to destroy the fun in chess. Leela plays a bit like Fisher, denying space and forcing the opponent into self-destructive moves. See, e.g. his sixth game against Spassky in 1972. Humans can still play chess because it is difficult to master but it seems to me we are at the closing end of the game. At a certain point, there will be no mystery any more of how to win and white will always win. It is only human frailty, the emotions and prowess of human kind that will continue the game playable, for you know the score, every human being thinks he knows best, at least better than the opponent. And that is the essence of the fun of chess, not the game itself. There is a psychological factor that is not in the rule book but is the essence of the game of chess.
Alain Trépanier
Alain Trépanier 2 ヶ月 前
So nice ! Fischer really is able to set the game against you. I'm not a great player since I'm too impatient (and lazy) to move and I don't memorize theories much. Analyzing all the games, a super computer could possibly determine the best players - I'd bet on Fischer (I like many players though).
maulerXX
maulerXX 2 ヶ月 前
On move 19, why not just push the a6 pawn to a5??? No need to go to crazy efforts to defend the pawn, just push it! That would also ruin the knight's outpost...
samus1421
samus1421 4 ヶ月 前
p e6 -e5 is a shity move. @1:17
Noemi Lena
Noemi Lena 4 ヶ月 前
Whatever. Bobby was great at this time ...
Im gay since Im responding to your comment but ,
Petrosian knew he had lost and snatched that pawn with the little idea there so he doesn’t mess his reputation :)
Im gay since Im responding to your comment but ,
Back then where you could here the computer keys every time he played the next move 😊
Ken Ward
Ken Ward 6 ヶ月 前
So let me toss out my 2 cents, Qa4 check, Qd7 blocks, Bb5 wins ?
Brady Dog
Brady Dog 8 ヶ月 前
You said in the video that Fisher beat The Tiger 4 straight times after this match....Wow, is that correct?
Ozan Eren Bilgen
Ozan Eren Bilgen 9 ヶ月 前
Can you explain why Rh7 Re6 wouldn’t save the game?
SOMEONE x
SOMEONE x 9 ヶ月 前
2:57 BISHOP IS IN C 8 NOT IN C 7
ayebrahletsksate
Such a basic opening e4 but I literally cannot play e4 it’s so weak to me at lower levels
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
Petrosian was no match for Fischer none but gave kasparov and spassky trouble.
john branch
john branch 年 前
U realy enjoy chess
Pedro Victor
Pedro Victor 年 前
And Kasparov said Fischer was Afraid of Karpov
Jackson Pope
Jackson Pope 年 前
1:42 Bb5 wins exchange or am I blind?
Damage 11
Damage 11 8 ヶ月 前
A6 pawn
Luke Baer
Luke Baer 年 前
@agadmator I love the idea of Fischer seeing a move the engines didn't see but then as a technology person I thought the idea was far-fetched in this modern age. Don't you think taking with the rook on D7 is a mistake by Tigran? If he takes with the knight, he attacks the white rook on E5, meaning white can't immediately slip into the C file. And after white rook moves (probably taking the D5 pawn), now the black rook on A8 is free to grab the C file which changes everything. One pawn for one C file. I'd love to be wrong about this, but if black plays optimally is this move from Carlson really that strong?
Bear Zaidi
Bear Zaidi 年 前
Qa4 check Qd7 !! 1:30 why didnt fischer played Bb5 !! atleast he could win exchange !! or am i missing something !!
Gérann Gerber Channel
Great comment at 2:30 (Now this Knight is a monster)
guitarman122763
why does there have to be an isolated when he could have taken with the knight ?
Moronvideos1940
Hey I know the name of your pooch now ... ! Hello Meadow ! Half the reason I love your videos is because of Meadow" goings and comings !
Wired Golem
Wired Golem 年 前
I don't understand the early a6 by Petrosian.
Johnny R
Johnny R 年 前
Is chess hard?
Sokol Kristollari
Easy to learn, hard to master
Mhlengi Ndlovu
Agadmator you a hero man
Laber Tasche
Laber Tasche 年 前
Why not Bb5 instead of Re1 at 1:43?
James Crenshaw
I guess they were not chanting “Ti-gran” after this game. Wow, Petrosian was a great player, but Fischer just turned it up a notch
Edwin Guerra
Edwin Guerra 年 前
at 1:43, why would white play Bb5?? after xb5, Qxa8, white is just up material?
Ryan Wolfe
Ryan Wolfe 年 前
#suggestion @agadmator can you cover this game, from utut adianto one of the strongest Indonesian grandmasters. I think you have enough subscribers from Indonesia, and also I think you have never covered an Indonesian chess grandmaster ... I think the beauty of this game is worthy of your coverage... Alexander Baburin (2530) vs Utut Adianto (2510) Liechtenstein (1993), LIE Queen's Gambit Accepted: Normal Variation (D25)
kingcarisma
kingcarisma 年 前
The future brought me here
nikhil koolahaari
Who is here from the #bobbyfischerseries
Whizzpopper
Whizzpopper 年 前
Yes, the cliche joke "Agadmator brought me here" comes to mind.
nikhil koolahaari
@Derek Pospisil a new mic most likely
Derek Pospisil
I am! The first thing I notice every time when I watch one of @agadmator's older videos is how much better his voice sounds in the newer videos. Is it just a new mic, or did he quit smoking?
Mir Nicht
Mir Nicht 年 前
Spoiler alarm!
Krish Shethiya
Hi i am from the future
Burhan Qerimi
Krish Shethiya tell me what my life would be like
Sujoy Sen Gupta
Medo says hi! :D
Sujoy Sen Gupta
After Qa4+ Qd7, why not Bb5 pinning the Queen? That wins the exchange(at least), doesn't it?
Sujoy Sen Gupta
I hope agadmator will address this in the remake of this video. :D
Sujoy Sen Gupta
Of course, there lies the difference between seeing three moves ahead and a 20 moves ahead. :D
SelfReflective
Also, the Stockfish engine on chess.com gives White a +0.78, after black played ...Qd7. By going for Bb5, and the forced continuation, White somehow loses points because black counter-play is deemed sufficient for losing the exchange. Btw., Stockfish recommends White play either Le3, or Te1, which is Fischer's move.
SelfReflective
Interesting. I thought you've must have missed something, but it turns out that white is guaranteed to win the exchange by Bb5. However, I put the position to Stockfish, and he does give some counter-play to Black, by continuing, 0-0, then d4, etc... you can try it yourself on chess.com. Maybe Fischer didn't want to complicate when he saw deep into the endgame, and knew he was winning.
yusuf sivridasdan
lol this is the one special channel because someone can say "like if you came from agadmator's channel"
OneTrap T-rex
How is bobby white in this one when he was white in game 5 too??
OneTrap T-rex
@مرتضى الدراجي yeah I see
مرتضى الدراجي
agad blunder this is game 7 not 6
Floyd Maxwell
Bobby is white in game 6...but he was white in game 5?
Floyd Maxwell
I see that in the notes section now.
مرتضى الدراجي
this is game 7
UnleashTheGreen
at 6:00 why can't black push the pawn to a5?
Bennie Blanks
Bennie Blanks 2 年 前
At 2:46 literally every one of Petrosian's pieces are tied down to defense of pawns.
The Stranger
The Stranger 2 年 前
fischer petrosian 1971 game 1?
Joseph Godbout
Joseph Godbout 2 年 前
I become less enamored with every video that I see. Personality does not make up for inadequate analysis. Given all the videos you make, and followers you have, one would think that you have the time to do it right. Make it happen.
Amlan Sengupta
Amlan Sengupta 2 年 前
Fisher vs petro..
Amlan Sengupta
Amlan Sengupta 2 年 前
When white queen a4 ck, black queen d7, then why not bishop b5???
bird718
bird718 2 年 前
nothing like bobby fischer
John Grey
John Grey 2 年 前
1:16 Why didn't Petrosian take with knight so he wouldn't have an isolated D pawn??
Nghi Phan - Cubing
because if Petrosian do so, Fischer would move the bishop D to E4 and pin that knight together with the A8 rook. Before that Fischer can move rook F to E1 check first. The D5 square has to many attentions but once the knight B to C3, white will win the exchange (a very big exchange involving every piece). Black bishop C to B7 won't be enough either. Take with the pawn is safer (so far)
El Margico
El Margico 2 年 前
Like to watch your videos...really well made and cool style👍
Bill Brooks
Bill Brooks 2 年 前
I do not understand why Petrosian did not play 10. .. Nxd5 instead of exd5 to avoid the isolated pawn.
Evie Lin
Evie Lin 2 年 前
2:58 c8
Dare Lasisi
Dare Lasisi 2 年 前
Bobby Fischer deserves a posthumous Nobel prize for Chess. If you agree with me, click like on this comment. He was a bloody CHESS GENIUS.Thank you.
b. c.
b. c. 2 年 前
My friend (who do not know to play chess) gave the best definition of chess prodigies. He said - the supreme chess is just a form of autism. I agree with such statement, especially after reading biographies of Fisher and Tal, the most ingenious chess players so far (and watching interview with Carlsen during London sightseeing).
Pabz DC
Pabz DC 2 年 前
i love this. by creating isolated pawns in the middle game, one can create weaknesses in the pawn structure which will later affect the game in the end game. wow.
Mike Headley
Mike Headley 2 年 前
Fischer was a GENIUS
I'm trying to be a better person of myself.
Chess was better in the 20th By Fischer
Lazar Mihajlović
Bravo, majstore, samo tako nastavi! Pozdrav iz Srbije :)
Jesse Jordache
Jesse Jordache 2 年 前
I love this game - it's ironically a lot like the Fischer-Tal game in round 13 of the 1959 candidates tournament. One player dominates the other so completely that you can see the iron logic of each move. (I personally like this game a little bit more because of 22.Nxd7!, and the descriptions of the reaction from the press room when they saw that move).
vasu kanithi
vasu kanithi 2 年 前
Awwww! why isn't your dog sleeping on the couch :P ?
Yugen
Yugen 2 年 前
Why didn't Petrosian ever play a5? It would've given white a passed a pawn, but also would've freed his rook.
Nemrod Baterna
Nemrod Baterna 2 年 前
Hi Mr. Antonio That is why your subscribers grows that fast because not only by the dog around but mainly because of that accent most viewers would understand 👍 Nemrod from tiny Saipan
Txiv Neeb's Waffles and Shrooms Instrumentals
These are so awesome! Thank you so much!
dan nicoara
dan nicoara 2 年 前
min. 1:42: Why not for Fischer move Bd3-b5 ?
Kilimanjarno Arnsson
fantastic commentary. thanks.
Joe Dorben
Joe Dorben 2 年 前
1:58 you explained Bc5 by saying he just wanted to exchange pieces and "go for the endgame" but considering he was Bobby Fischer and that he was white, I dont think this is correct. He more likely did it because you are supposed to exchange minor pieces when you are playing against a central isolated pawn
Joe Dorben
Joe Dorben 2 年 前
One of the largest reasons why I think Bobby Fischer is the greatest player ever is because of how he was consistently able to manhandle and actually defeat Petrosian, not many other players played as well against Petrosian on as consistent a basis as Fischer did
M.K.D.
M.K.D. 2 年 前
Anyone know his full name? Antonio.....
Lucky E. Santoso
Antonio Radić
VITA kyo
VITA kyo 2 年 前
Hi Medo , for this last second ...
Lazy !
Lazy ! 2 年 前
The best chess player ! BOBBY FISCHER
travelevel
travelevel 2 年 前
Coool !! Thanks for....your dog's name. He's always the real star of your videos. Haha
Danimar da Silva
1:42 Have a Bb5??
Mohammed Qabazard
Where is the dog 🐶 :)
Jerimmy Bendle
Jerimmy Bendle 2 年 前
this dude is cool keep it up as native I like storys
Jerimmy Bendle
Jerimmy Bendle 2 年 前
does anyone know if Thiers ever been a tribal member native american who has ever reached master or any decent rating? if not the I'm truly alone
Matheus Parisotto
what software do you use for the board?
Specialist Ghost
1:25 what about capturing the d5 pawn with a knight instead of a pawn? Petrosian was such a chess noob)
frankenstein01
frankenstein01 2 年 前
taking d5 with knight or queen would of been better than pawn
Nick Vasquez
Nick Vasquez 2 年 前
6:23 why can't black play Nf6, with the threat of Ne5 forking white's rook and b4 pawn?
mehmood azhar
mehmood azhar 2 年 前
can you please explain bobby fischer s game vs shocron 1959 its really need explanation bcz its very complicated Game name is A small oversight.
Daniel Andrade
Daniel Andrade 2 年 前
Beating the master of draws.
K. G. R.
K. G. R. 2 年 前
Thank you. Yery nicely analyzed.
Philip Wood
Philip Wood 2 年 前
Why wasn't Fischer's last move rook to h7? Seems to me it would accelerate the win condition by a turn. I mean it didn't matter, but just curious. Thanks! Also great videos keep them up! JK I figured it out while typing, it's cause the knight can defend on e6 without the bishops supporting attack.
Philip Wood
Philip Wood 2 年 前
But still...great videos
Sai_Fye
Sai_Fye 2 年 前
At the end of the game, is it not possible to play 34. ...g5 35. Rh7 Ng6 or some variant thereof to avoid the Rh8 mate? If 35. Rg7 instead then would 35. ...Rg6 help? (Or am I missing something? I'm fairly new to chess, loving the channel btw)
Olasek
Olasek 年 前
Sai_Fye yes, this is my question too.
Luciano 21
Luciano 21 2 年 前
Petrosian are not in his prime when those games was played. Fischer never won a game against him, when Petrosian was world champion... But this is a nice game...
Gowri Baby123
Gowri Baby123 2 年 前
In India 99% of people eat with right hand because our food is conditioned to relish with hand.
Bride Preparation
@queen check why not Bishop B5
Les Lassiter
Les Lassiter 2 年 前
The doggie is always there, on the couch.
speedbumphu
speedbumphu 2 年 前
So there is one thing in common between Bobby Fischer and myself: we make moves not considered by grandmasters!
Antonio Breaux
Antonio Breaux 21 日 前
Trying to be funny there?
R r
R r 年 前
*cries inside*
Johnny Pastrana
He he he he...
Shyam Das
Shyam Das 2 年 前
Why not win the black rook by Bb5 attacking the queen on Qd7
Bjørn B
Bjørn B 2 年 前
I'm not much of a chess player, but I've started checking out videos like this one. I have a stupid question. Why isn't there more examples with black pieces winning? All I see is white, white, white... (not trying to make this a discussion about race, though:))
Alex Glaz
Alex Glaz 2 年 前
White has the initiative with first move. A good player will keep that initiative well into the middlegame where many games are decided.
First
First 2 年 前
Why not just move the A6 pawn to A5? Even if Fischer takes it and black goes a pawn down, it means he doesn't have to used all his pieces to defend the pawn at A6, and it removes the defence of the "monster" knight. (but I am a total noob so I'm sure he had a good reason)
frankenstein01
frankenstein01 2 年 前
this is correct
masterjp227
masterjp227 2 年 前
God, I don't even play chess, but for some reason I love listening to every single match! It's so interesting seeing high level games, no matter what!
Bob Free
Bob Free 2 年 前
no one could have beat bobby in the 1970 seventies -matured and the greatest that i ever saw. no one could best him then in any series. not carlsen,kasparov no one.
Malafakka
Malafakka 4 ヶ月 前
Comparing different eras is pointless because nothing can be ultimately proven.
wilbur
wilbur 年 前
Kasparov, karpov, tal, morphy would have done better than petrosion....maybe. who knows? Oh, dont forget capablanca. Everyone one of these people could have or would have given fischer problems.
Matheus Salgado
Matheus Salgado 2 年 前
He was a true genius
barracuda7018
barracuda7018 2 年 前
''Bob Free It's hard to beat Fischer when he didnt play a single game as Champion and ducked the 1975 match.'' He had a psychological problems.. After he became world champion by destroying the entire Russian chess armada, he fullfiled his ambition and it was over.. There are similar cases in history.. Formula I driver James Hunt did exactly the same he simply quitted after one title much to the regret of Niki Lauda ..
barracuda7018
barracuda7018 2 年 前
Karpov wouldn't stand a chance against Fischer in 1975 ... Karpov barely survived a prolonged battle against 47 year old Kortchnoi in Manila 1978 .. Many experts say that in the game 32 Kortchnoi made a big mistake by choosing Pirc defence e4-d7 had he played French defence ( he is an expert in this one ) e4-e6 instead he could have won the game and the championship .. Had Fischer decided to play with the same focus, intensity and fanatic approach to chess nobody could have beaten him until 1984 ... He would have beaten Karpov in 1975, 1978 and 1981..
aekorps
aekorps 2 年 前
Your mole can be removed with apple cider vinegar.
Doughboy Snerdly
😂😂😂
sakin adam
sakin adam 2 年 前
I think you missed a point at 4:32. Black avoids checkmate by playing g6 as a breathing square for the king.
willem Achternaam
But Rc6 forks and wins the game
Seth Cochran
Seth Cochran 2 年 前
Where is the quote at the top of the video from? Thanks :)
Philli park-tamati
1:42 doesn't Bb5 win matierial?
lDean S
lDean S 3 年 前
Thanks for presenting an excellent discussion of an excellent game. I feel smarter already.
Lbv Prasad
Lbv Prasad 3 年 前
Dear Mr Pelida Duli, You father is a great man to have seen another great man BOBBY FISCHER. All of us wish that he rather approached and said Hello to Bobby. Surely Fischer would have happily responded with his polite HELLO and shook hands as well. Anyway thanks for informing the world. All the best!!!!!
Howard Smith
Howard Smith 年 前
I saw Fischer once, too. I was at the American Open in 1972, and he walked into the tournament room during one of the middle rounds. He was fresh from his victory over Spassky, and I remember he had on a red suit with a green shirt. He got mobbed and only stayed a few minutes.
Lbv Prasad
Lbv Prasad 3 年 前
Bobby Fischer was not a chess player - He was a chess magician....able to do the impossible tricks which even grand masters' brains could not comprehend. Had he continued his play, he would have whipped many more asses in the world of chess championship play. He was a messenger of god specially sent to the chess world. His lack of defending his title rematch with Anatoly Karpov is still regretted by all his fans throughout the world.
kasparov9
kasparov9 2 年 前
Lbv Prasad Unfortunately he didnt, was more afraid of losing his title than anything, with that prospect would rather forfeit the title. Thats not a true chess champion, I dont know what you would call that. Coward?