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Karpov on Fischer 👑 Bobby Fischer's Quest For The Crown (Vol 1)

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Who better to discuss Bobby Fischer's greatest games than his successor and 12th World Chess Champion, Anatoly Karpov? 🤔 Get instant access to expert analysis of Fischer's career highlights, with 35% off. ► ichs.co/2B36BBQ
Bobby Fischer played some of the greatest games of chess on his path to becoming the first American World Champion in 100 years. Join Anatoly Karpov, Fischer's successor, as he offers his expert analysis on the games he thinks deserve special attention. In this video, Karpov, joined by GM Ron Henley, looks closely at a game played prior to the 1972 "Match of the Century." Bobby Fischer plays as White and William G Addison as Black, and the game took place at the Palma de Mallorca Interzonal 1970.
The game kicks off in the Scandinavian Defense (1.e4 d5). This is one of the chess openings that are more commonly seen at amateur and club-level games, and not seen too often between the top grandmasters of the world. It does crop up occasionally, however - in fact, in 1979, Danish grandmaster Bent Larsen, a four-time world championship candidate, would use this chess opening to defeat Karpov himself, spurring a rise in its popularity.
Fischer chooses to play the sharp 6. Qf3 variation. He then sacrifices his c-pawn to complete his development and gain control over the half open c-file. Once his own king is secure, Fischer gives Black the bishop pair with 11. Bxf6 and tries to blast open the center with 12. d5! Although black keeps the center closed with 12. ...e5, Fischer gives a masterclass demonstration of how to play on the light squares. Karpov will talk you through this excellent play move by move.
Black manages to collect the white pawn on d5, but after 19. Rfd1! and 20. Nc3!, Black's defenses begin to crumble. The crushing exchange sacrifice 21. Rxd5! was followed by 23. Rb1 and the penetrating 24. Rxb7. In the final position, Karpov clearly explains why Black's king in the center is surrounded and ultimately doomed.
Volume 1 of the 3-part DVD set "Karpov on Fischer" features Anatoly Karpov explaining Bobby Fischer's rise to the top of the chess world in the late 1960s and very early 1970s. He took on the world, and won, playing some unforgettable games and brilliancies along the way. Everyone can learn something from the American legend.
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Joe Macinnis
Joe Macinnis 29 日 前
What if Fischer had all the modern chess computers that they have today?
iChess.net
iChess.net 28 日 前
I think Magnus would have found a great rival!
Joe Macinnis
Joe Macinnis 29 日 前
Karpov has been so good for so long. One of the best
iChess.net
iChess.net 28 日 前
Definitely a legend!
Paul Travis
Paul Travis 5 ヶ月 前
I think its clearFischer was afraid to play Karpov. had one of his familiar foes won the candidates tournament( say Geller, Korchnoi or Spassky) I feel confident Fischer would have played in 1975...
logant44
logant44 ヶ月 前
@iChess.net fischer very nearly did not even play spassky. he pulled out of candidates tournaments many years also while in the lead. he was a crackpot. fischer feared no one
iChess.net
iChess.net 5 ヶ月 前
Karpov said that he probably would have lost to Fischer had they played in 1975; but that he would have been ready to beat him next time round in '76. Check out our interview with Karpov here: jpvid.net/video/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-_Q0CUwxI1b4.html
Henry Seidel
Henry Seidel 5 ヶ月 前
Anatoly Karpov is a very honest man. He loves chess, and he honours and respects great players regardless from where they are from. The Soviets liked Bobby Fischer very much, Fischer even visited Michail Tal in hospital and was a good friend of Boris Spasski. Fischer had a very good reputation in Russia.
TT0
TT0 6 ヶ月 前
8:05 risky
iChess.net
iChess.net 6 ヶ月 前
No risk no reward! 😉
Werner S
Werner S 年 前
The presentation is so awkward. I am spoiled by agadmator.
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
Karpov said bobby and him could beat carlsen, kasparov was never mentioned. kas was great but Fischer was better,.i saw all kasparov games an no way would he beat bobby in a series in the seventies,no one was ever better 1970 and beyond. bobby lost most of his games under 16 years old.after that he destroyed the Russians TAL included and Spassky both world Champs.
Alberto Jaimes
Alberto Jaimes 年 前
@Bob Free Yeah, that's what I am saying lol. My father used to play with Julio Bolbochan who competed against Fischer, and he (Julio) used to tell stories about how good he was and how he was toying with him during their match.
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
@Alberto Jaimes bobby was only 15 when he went to russia with his sister,an he won those plane tickets on a game show.you can see it on you tube. he was in Russia only a month or two an had to face the world champ Tal,who was the Best in the world at that time.but when he turned 16 he crushed tal an even in blitz games.then swept thru all of the world leaders winning 20 in a row!!
Alberto Jaimes
Alberto Jaimes 年 前
Yeah, I hate it when people point to the Tal games early without realizing how dominant Fischer was later, even against Tal. He would punish you for any minor inaccuracy.
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
Bobby invited karpov to a big hotel an was going to plan a match but bobby mentally was loosing it an was talking about jews an loosing it,Karpov tried to tell him to forget that an lets play chess.bobby was not afraid but was sick in his head somewhat.the match never happened because Fide wanted a different playoff system and Bobby refused Bobby wanted 10 game playoff ,fide refused so Bobby went into seclusion an left and went to POLGARS family house.
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
BOBBY was the greatest because he was way ahead of anyone in moves.i watched all his games + kasparov,carlsen,karpov an they did not come close. in blitz games he destroyed all the Russians and all else an only averaged 2.5 mins per move.many of his opponents lost via too much Time!
logant44
logant44 ヶ月 前
@The Algerian Tank dude, srsly, you gonna include games played when he was 15 yo lol
The Algerian Tank
The Algerian Tank 6 ヶ月 前
Have you seen his numbers against Tal?
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
not only that KASPAROV said when bobby went 11-0 candiddates turnament an shut out 2 great grandamasters-it was Impossible to do that.
Analyzing Male Slavery
Analyzing Male Slavery 2 ヶ月 前
@Bob Free Didn't destroy Geller
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
impossible.carlsen only won 62% of his games Bobby 72% an most of his losses was before age 15 in Russia playing spassky and TAL. bobby destroyed tal 16 years old and onward an crushed spassky. also Bobby was the greatest blitz player ever.beat em all
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
I really doubt that record will be equaled soon, if ever!
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
won 20 strait games-kasparov in his best could Never do that.
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
I don't think anyone would achieve such a feat nowadays!
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
Fischer beat all the russians depite all the coaches -he was alone by himself in russia of all places.the Greatest ever.kasparov carlsen no match
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
A peculiar player and champion!
planetX15
planetX15 年 前
What year was this interview?
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
It was probably in the 1990s.
Ron J
Ron J 年 前
I want to see Karpov reviewing Kortchoni's games! Hahah
Rex Factorem
Rex Factorem 年 前
I like how Karpov talks with utmost respect of Fischer unlike Kasparov who always tried to minimize his strength in his best days (of Kasparov).
Keith Alfred Anthony Donovan
When Fischer died Kasparov admitted how great he was
Captain Charisma
Captain Charisma 年 前
I love Karpov!!!
ConcreteSurfer420
ConcreteSurfer420 年 前
"He who never plays, never loses" - Karpov
fizz y
fizz y 年 前
Karpov should switch to boxers.
fizz y
fizz y 年 前
I just watched this game here on JPvid. They said Fischer smirked at the first move because he considered the Scandinavian to be a flawed defense.
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
Did they? Didn't know that.
DIABB LUIS ZEGPI DELGADO
Karpov not that impressed with the game.
Zvezdan Jasovic
Zvezdan Jasovic 年 前
Fisher was one of the best player ever, but Karpov and Kasparov man, those guys are one of the best chess minds ever as well. It's a little naive to say Fisher would destroy them.
Miguel K KkK
Miguel K KkK 年 前
Karpov has the most boring chess style... Petrosian too...
Miguel K KkK
Miguel K KkK 年 前
yeaa. But consider this: the extreme positional play is not necesarily the most effective to win. We have a lot of examples of players that give wide action to tactics while playing and ocupy the first rank: Fischer, Alekhine, Bronstein, Tal, Kasparov, Shamkovich, etc. I think that positional style is comfortable because you re looking for "good squares" for pieces, it´s more static and pasive. in the other hand, tactical way of play is more complex and dynamic. It´s clear for me that every person can be a good positional player but not every person can be a good tactician. It´s more difficult. So, tactician players have a light advantage. That´s why we hear positional players saying: "i didnt expect that move" but it´s not common to hear a tactician saying (while playing versus a positional player): "I didn't expect that move".
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
Ah! While the tactical play is more interesting for the audience, the positional play is more painful for the opponent.
Mike1614b
Mike1614b 年 前
Karpovs English is labored at best, should have spoken Russian with subs
iChess.net
iChess.net 年 前
With Ron supporting Karpov's awesome analysis, don't you think it is much better than sub titles?
whitenightf3
whitenightf3 年 前
What a shame Fisher never played Karpov the chess world was cheated of it and then there was Kasparov what dream matches they would have been.
Immanuel Lasker
Immanuel Lasker 年 前
presenter's face seems to be the result a weird mash-up experiment putting together Quentin Tarantino and Woody Harrelson
David Black
David Black 10 ヶ月 前
Yeah, you kind of have to go with what you were born with, don't you? and to be honest, Henley has always kind of creeped me out too, though I do not know anything negative about him personally or professionally.
Johan
Johan 年 前
From a time before magnets were discovered.
medexamtoolsdotcom
medexamtoolsdotcom 年 前
Is it just me or does Karpov actually not just sound like but also look like Chekov from Star Trek TOS? Show us to the nuclear wessels!
William Elliott
William Elliott 2 年 前
Karpov seems like a normal guy compared to Fischer. Bobby was a looney.
Muhammad Muzammil
Muhammad Muzammil 2 年 前
"Fischer would've destroyed Karpov." Something people say who know nothing about chess. Fischer's score against Spassky was 17 wins and 11 loses. Karpov destroyed Spassky in their candidates match in 74 and had a score of 14-2 against him. In that match, by his own admission, Spassky was in best shape mentally. Spassky himself said that Karpov was the toughest opponent he ever faced. Fischer won against Spassky because Spassky played really weak in first half of the match. Spassky wasn't at his A game overall. In game 5, Spassky played 27.Qc2?? losing a completely drawn game. In game 8, Spassky played the move 19... Nd7. A really weak move. Losing a pawn for no compensation. Something that you don't expect at the highest level. And in game 13, Spassky lost because he played 69.Rd1+?? a move that even I wouldn't play. Fischer didn't crush Spassky because he was far more superior than Spassky. He crushed Spassky because Spassky was going through something and wasn't 100% there. Karpov wasn't Spassky and Fischer knew that. Fischer was unsure of himself and he was afraid of losing. That's why, according to Kasparov, he made all those ridiculous demands.
thorn35
thorn35 年 前
Fischer gave him 2 wins by default, and even still, could not concentrate until the cameras went off, then he crushed him. Had bobby not gone literally insane, he beats karpov, who barely beats a much inferior player in seirawan to his own admission is not 1/10th of what bobby was.
Vitaly Dmtry Svidler
Vitaly Dmtry Svidler 2 年 前
Fischer was an assasin, born with the natural talent for chess like capablanca and a capacity of really hard work and passion for the game. Despite this, he didn´t show the world he had the power of defeating Karpov in a chessgame, not even a casual one. As he always said i always like to win, i hate to lose. As an old japanese samurai once said: I am a deadly warrior , even though i dread someday i will face someone much more dangerous than me. this samurai understood a neglected law in life, someone much better than you is coming from the future and there is nothing you could do about it
Vitaly Dmtry Svidler
Vitaly Dmtry Svidler 2 年 前
In this video Anatoly show his humbleness , respect and admiration from the late Bobby Fischer
Vahe345
Vahe345 2 年 前
What a humble and wise champion. He just loves chess and loves life.
Lbv Prasad
Lbv Prasad 2 年 前
Bobby fischer ignoring defending his title against Anatoly Karpov of USSR still aches the hearts of his fans even today. Had it been some peripheral grand master who forfeited his title, the world would have cared too hoots. Bobby Fischer was too precious to do such a thing.
Bob Free
Bob Free 2 年 前
fischer beat pedrosian 4 strait!! amazing
Bob Free
Bob Free 2 年 前
over time fischer would have beaten anyone-karpov, kasaparov as well. there was no one like him in the 70ties.
Bob Free
Bob Free 年 前
you have not seen all the games r u kidding me.kasparov lost to a computer an i seen all kas games -xlent player but no fischer.Karpov cmon lost to kas 27-20 lifetime
Abcde
Abcde 2 年 前
No, Fischer was losing his mind by then
kasparov9
kasparov9 2 年 前
Wait so Spassky, Petrosian, Larsen and Taimanov were same strength as Kasparov and Karpov??? You gave to be kidding me. But believe what you want. Karpov would have ended Fischer. It's hard to accept because he's your hero, and you can't imagine him losing. But don't cherry pick 70-72 and assume Fischer could compete with same strength in the future. Karpov was strong enough to beat Fischer, remember, he beat Spassky 4-1 in 1974.
Mc Mcx
Mc Mcx 2 年 前
Fischer would've beaten Karpov in 1975. Even Karpov admitted that he had 40% chances max. Not to mention Fischer had more experience. As for Kasparov's book - He said it because it rattles his ego. His legacy is directly tied to Karpov and Kasparov had trouble in the start because he was young. Fischer was far stronger at the time. When Kasparov or any GM for that matter defeats two TOP 10 GMs with perfect score, have 20-0 streak, win a tournament by 100% and do this all alone like Fischer did, then we can talk. Fischer is the GOAT //
kasparov9
kasparov9 2 年 前
Yeah GOAT that didn't play a single game as champ, that's some GOAT. Only sports person in history with that claim that didn't have to defend his title. Kasparov beat Adams, Gelfand, Morozevich, Bareev and Shirov by 50-0!! in decisive games, Kasparov beat 4 2600 GM's 7-1 in a simul!! When Fischer takes on 4 Strong GM's at once and beats them 7-1, then we can talk. When Fischer has 17 2820+ tournament performances then we can talk, Fischer HAD 2 by the way. And for the record he had 16 wins in a row vs GM's not the mythical 20, the other were either IM or forfeit. Fischer's 1 year peak somehow trumps Kasparov's 20 years.......
iChess.net
iChess.net 2 年 前
Many people think that Fischer had won Karpov in 1975 but of course it was a match that we would have liked to see. It is not easy to compare players who have not faced each other anyway.
Leandro the light
Leandro the light 2 年 前
geee..... we are nearly visualising the board when suddently they move the camera comentators face..... and stays there for a long time.....
Leandro the light
Leandro the light 2 年 前
Agree there are good tips .... good content, good show and it's Karpov Nothing more needed :)
iChess.net
iChess.net 2 年 前
Well it is an old video and it could have better production without a doubt, but the important thing is the general content that is good and interesting.
B Walsh
B Walsh 2 年 前
Fischer was 1 in a zillion
wako
wako 年 前
one in a six million
Lbv Prasad
Lbv Prasad 2 年 前
Mega Star of chess, Super grand master, einstein of chess.......call what you may, words are not enough to describe the genius of bobby fischer in this life. Fischer rejecting the title retaining match against Anatoly karpov has pained the hearts of all his fans even today though bobby himself never regretted. Bobby fischer giving up chess at his pinnacle has made the chess world bankrupt of a great talent. This is the only blunder he made though never on chess board but in life. we love you bobby forever. in spirit you are always with us. your games are in this world for all of us to cherish for generations together. you are the very reason for our existance in chess. Though you are no more, we are still learning from you through your games. god takes them away young whom he loves the most....you are foremost among them.
Querencias7
Querencias7 2 年 前
Excellent analysis and commentaries of a very interesting match! // Off topic: Would you mind telling me the name of the music / band that comes on at the beginning and end? Thank you.
René Henriksen
René Henriksen 3 年 前
Damn it´s funny to Watch Ron Henley with long hair. Looks like Shirov in his younger days. Ready to tune that moped Guys? ;)
4c00h
4c00h 3 年 前
I miss Bobby
lilan
lilan 3 年 前
why are there faces all pink?
AOB
AOB 年 前
Vodka
Abcde
Abcde 2 年 前
Because it's sony trinitron
A R
A R 2 年 前
because they're "white"
iChess.net
iChess.net 3 年 前
+Riley Fenz Because they've been sunbathing haha!
Jerry Anstey
Jerry Anstey 4 年 前
did mr dressup make this chess gadget ?
Horushu
Horushu 4 年 前
Anatoly Karpov explaining Bobby Fischer's games!! This is extreme!! Thank you!!
yesenadam
yesenadam 4 年 前
+Horushu You have to pay them a lot of money to see all of it!! Yay!!
iChess.net
iChess.net 4 年 前
+Horushu Yes, a very instructive analysis by Karpov!
AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious
when i first saw this interview, i said "DAMN!! You ugly as FUCK!!". The interviewer looks like a professional Ostrich, ole BIRD lookin' ass boiii!
N1755L
N1755L 3 年 前
This post illustrates why the author should need to approve posts before they are allowed to sully these forums.
AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious
@yesenadam LOOOOOOOOOOOSERRRRR HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA
AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious
@yesenadam OLE BITCH ASS NIGGA!
AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious
@yesenadam yes the world would be a better place for you because there would be one less person whos superior to you in every way except being a BITCH
AJ Fans’ Tears Are Delicious
@bach5861 i never made a judement dumbass, i just said he was ugly, so your response did nothing to defeat my statement and was totally inappropriate. Fail
kevlarunderwear22
kevlarunderwear22 4 年 前
most likely fischer would have held the title until the mid 80's, which ironically is when kasparov became world champion. in that scenario Karpov would have just been a footnote in history.
Keith Bate
Keith Bate 4 年 前
@kevlarunderwear22 The point is that even the Soviets have subsequently admitted that Karpov could not have beaten Fischer in an unlimited match to 10 wins . Karpov would have tired after 20-25 games. Moreover, your point re the Karpov/Korchnoi 1978 match is true. Furthermore that last game was pretty much rigged in favour of Karpov. You get the feeling playing through the games that the better player at that time lost. Karpov was much stronger in the 1980's . But it would have been the younger more inexperienced/weaker player that would have had to meet a mature experienced Fischer at the peak of his powers.
kevlarunderwear22
kevlarunderwear22 4 年 前
karpov was certainly great, but as you know in 1978 (6 years after fischer was champion) tolya BARELY beat korchnoi in their first title match. it wasn't until the 80's that karpov truly matured. then it would have been a great fight.
iChess.net
iChess.net 4 年 前
@kevlarunderwear22 This is an opinion, and perhaps you're right, but I think Karpov is one of the best players in history regardless of Fischer
Diego Silva
Diego Silva 5 年 前
karpov born on the worst era, between Bobby Fischer and Kasparov, bad luck man, he could' ve been world champion for more years( I know he didn't play with Fischer for much years, but stell)
kelly white
kelly white 3 年 前
Diego Silva wasn't he wc for 10 years tho? From 75' to 85'. That's longer than most world champs
Trazan Apansson
Trazan Apansson 5 年 前
In Soviet Russia, lobster boils you.
Manu G
Manu G 4 年 前
@Trazan Apansson I love you
BigLHolloway
BigLHolloway 5 年 前
Fischer would have beaten Karpov in 1975 !! No doubt about it !!
Captain Charisma
Captain Charisma 年 前
@kasparov9 I think you are right Karpov ranks among the best of all time
Micheal Femino
Micheal Femino 年 前
fizz y - People in general seem to be more attentive to the sizzle than the steak. You yourself said it - Kasparov was more entertaining than Karpov! As far as Fischer wanting to preserve the myth, everything that he did points to that fact. You may be aware, but Fischer turned down every offer he got to sponsor products, we're talking millions of dollars, and why? He mumbled blithely, "I never use those products". Fischer, even without having played another tournament in his lifetime could have been an international American superstar, certainly a billionaire in no time. After all, he was the very first (and probably last!) American world chess champion; he had the world in the palm of his hands. That should be sufficient proof that he didn't care about money! And boxing, don't forget Larry Holmes, he had a better record than Ali (of course, with Ali you get "the sizzle"!). Not to mention that "Iron" Mike Tyson in his prime would have torn Ali's head off and used it for a shot put!
fizz y
fizz y 年 前
Micheal Femino -- It's just hard for me to believe that Fischer left the scene just to secure the legend. But you make a great point about Karpov deserving a place as one of the all time greats. Some of it had to do with personality as you said. But Kasparov's style of play was far more entertaining. It's similar with boxing. Most people compare a young Tyson with Ali as the all time greatest. Lennox Lewis rarely gets mentioned due to his safety first approach to boxing and his dull personality.
Micheal Femino
Micheal Femino 年 前
fizz y - I seriously doubt that unfulfilled conditions was the only reason. I think it's more likely that the organizers had it out for Fischer from the beginning and were determined not to put up with any of his nonsense. And Fischer certainly was capable of initiating his share of nonsense! And besides, I think they wanted Karpov to be champion. And I'm not saying he was afraid necessarily, I'm saying he wanted to preserve the myth. Since Fischer never really cared about money, he had nothing else to take away from his involvement with chess - except for the myth. And he did indeed get that. But you seem to have missed my point regarding the greatest player ever. I think my point regarding the analysis of Kasparov and Karpov is totally valid. Karpov is often dismissed because he is such a colorless figure, the dullest of the dull. But Karpov WAS a tested champion and did have an almost even record with the greatest of all time, Kasparov. So dismissing Karpov as being completely outclassed by Fischer is not supported by the record, especially since Fischer never was fully tested. But I do appreciate your input!
fizz y
fizz y 年 前
Charley Morin -- it seems like you're saying that Fischer was afraid. But not playing because of unfulfilled conditions is very much in keeping with who he was. He walked out of a tournament or two and the match with Spasky nearly didn't happen.
iChess.net
iChess.net 5 年 前
--GAMES TO LEARN AND TO ENJOY!-- DEVELOPMENT IS BETTER THAN A PAWN! FISCHER-ADDISON 1970 jpvid.net/video/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-Np7Jqf_ribI.html Fischer meets the Scandinavian Defense (1.e4 d5) with the sharp 6. Qf3 and then sacrifices his c-pawn to complete his development and gain the half open c-file. Once his own king is secure, Fischer gives Black the bishop pair with 11. Bxf6 and tries to blast open the center with 12. d5! Although black keeps the center closed with 12. ...e5, Bobby gives a textbook demonstration of play on the light squares (e4 and f5). Black manages to collect the white pawn on d5, but after 19. Rfd1! and 20. Nc3! the black defenses begin to crumble. The crushing exchange sacrifice 21. Rxd5! was followed by 23. Rb1 and penetration with 24. Rxb7. In the final position, Karpov explains why Black's king in the center is surrounded and doomed. Anatoly Karpov the Twelfth World Champion discusses games he personally selected of the American Chess Legend Bobby Fischer (1943-2008). Thes games were played during Fischer's "Quest for the Crown" and prior to the 1972 "Match of the Century". Join Fischer's successor as he analyses some of the classic Fischer Brilliancies that highlighted Fischer's path to becoming the first American World Champion in 100 years! The first of a three part "Karpov on Fischer" video series is hosted and produced by FIDE International Grandmaster Ron W Henley of www.OnLineChessLessons.net who served as chief Trainer for Karpov in nine World Championship Matches. ow.ly/i/7MuG0 ow.ly/i/7MuG6
Mystery Identity
Mystery Identity 5 年 前
Fischer would of Massacred Karpov..
Renier Valdes
Renier Valdes 2 年 前
we'll never know, unfortunately, but I disagree with your statement, personally, I think Fisher realized that Karpov's game was really different from rest of the soviets at the time and full of energy. Somehow I feel Fisher's believes he will lost was bigger than Karpov's believes he will win. Certainly would have been a great match!
Phil Surtees
Phil Surtees 4 年 前
+bach5861 He did the same thing during the 1972 match so, no, you're wrong about his reasons for doing it. The problem is that he had a mental illness. Obviously! No doubt he could have got help with that but would probably needed drugs and they would have undoubtedly affected his playing ability. A lot like Mike Tyson. Ultimately Fischer was a great player - perhaps the best ever - whose mind let him get to the top of the game but prevented him from staying there. It's a very sad story and a real shame that he was around when mental illness wasn't as well understood and getting help wasn't as easy...
bach5861
bach5861 4 年 前
+Ryan Castle By 1975 Fischer was out of steam. Hi was afraid to loose to a new Soviet star. That's why he tried to set non- acceptable conditions (unlimited match up to 10 victories; if 9:9, he remains the Champ). If he was confident, he would play at any regulations.
TheLio666
TheLio666 4 年 前
@Ryan Castle Karpov is very strong in dynamic positions and D fence we ll never know because ...Fisher refuse the game condition s Fisher is one of my favorite but you cannot say he would beat Karpov should I remind you that stupid move Fisher did with his Bishop against Spassky during the first or second game even me ...I m an amateur ..and I don t know what Bobby was thinking sometimes you make mistakes no matter what
Mystery Identity
Mystery Identity 5 年 前
Ron you got a thumbs up for that Mullet for sure dude.
Paul Googol
Paul Googol 5 年 前
Anatoli should of lernt 2 English srsly
Daniel Nicklas V
Daniel Nicklas V 4 年 前
+Paul Googol Look who's talking. With that said I think he has very decent English skills.
bach5861
bach5861 4 年 前
+Paul Googol I believe, u too
joshuaaa3337
joshuaaa3337 5 年 前
Karpov is the only chess player who has never been afraid from Kasparov.
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In 1975 karpov will lose to fischer. But the karpov that fought kasparov is better than fischer. Thats it.
Mystery Identity
Mystery Identity 5 年 前
IBM are the only people who ever wanted to take Kasparov to the cleaners, and they did, sneakey nerds.
Mystery Identity
Mystery Identity 5 年 前
They cancelled a match midway through due to Karpov losing so much weight.. Although I strongly admire Karpov's courage when playing any game, he earnt himself a place with the all time great chess players.
Paul Googol
Paul Googol 5 年 前
I don't think so. He was the better player in 1985 and maybe 1990 but he could not quite bear the psychological and physical pressure of their WC matches quite as well as Garry. He got punched in the face basically.
LarryRickenbacker
LarryRickenbacker 5 年 前
Some of the positions arising in this game are not dissimilar from those of certain variations of the Blackmar-Diemer gambit. Check the position at 5:03.
Averagebum
Averagebum 5 年 前
Yes, but unfortunately for the Blackmar-Diemer, the White f-Pawn would be missing.
Erik Wärn
Erik Wärn 6 年 前
For once Karpov is actually the one with the least awkward haircut.
Alex P
Alex P 2 ヶ月 前
LOL
Birahim Fall
Birahim Fall 6 年 前
he is the best defensive positional player of all time
Hari Krishna
Hari Krishna 6 年 前
Well developed defensive strategy.
John Smith
John Smith 6 年 前
That's entirely possible, even if karpov lost it would of still been very valuable experience that could've given him the edge against kasparov. Some times fate's cruel like that.
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