Bobby Fischer – 7 facts and quotes


The eleventh World Chess Champion, Bobby Fischer, is considered to be the greatest chess player of all time. He showed skill at an early age. At the age of 13, he won a “brilliancy” that became to be known as “The Game of the Century“. Today I’ll share with you 7 interesting facts about Fischer (that you may not know) and 7 best chess quotes by him. 🙂

Before that let me ask you this – have you ever wondered if you can play like Fischer or, in other words, tried to imitate his style of play? Well, it’s probably impossible to play like this legendary player nevertheless, we can learn so much from him and his style of play. Even if you can’t completely imitate his style, a small percentage of that will be enormous.

So what is Fischer’s style of play? How can you use it in your games? I’m very happy to introduce to you our next course “Play like Fischer”! This course is made by me exclusively.
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“Play like Fischer” is an absolutely essential course. Please don’t be deceived by the title of the course, it will help you to understand the simple, yet powerful secrets behind Fischer’s style. After the study of this course you will be able to incorporate some of his winning techniques into YOUR own games, so you can become a really strong player! Let me remind you that this is NOT a documentary about Fischer.

The course will be released on Wednesday, 30 August. I don’t wish to reveal too much information now – it’s only 2 more days to go for the course release, so I hope you can wait until then. 🙂

Now let’s get back to where we started – yes interesting facts about Fischer and his quotes! Our Team has prepared two very cool videos to present them to you. You can watch both videos below:
 

 

 
P.S. How excited are you about this information? 🙂 Many of you had requested for a course solely prepared by me and I’m fulfilling your needs – feel free to write your thoughts and share your excitement with us in the comments below!

  • David Milliern

    When is this product coming out?

  • Bacl Kat

    Hi Igor, I have a question. Let’s say that you are a six year old and your “future self” gave you all the RCA courses, do you think your improvement would be much faster than it was?

    • 100% yes. There were periods (that sometimes lasted for years!) when I couldn’t get any progress despite of my huge efforts. Finding a good private coach has always been a problem. Recollecting those times is somewhat painfull for me, even nowadays…
      I am absolutely sure that following the footsteps of a guy who ‘has been there already’ brings much faster progress.

  • marwanradman123

    This is good news. I do not doubt it is a great effort from our teacher GM Igor Smirnov …thanks so much,,,

    • It’s good to hear from you again, and thanks for your continuous support!

      • marwanradman123

        I will continue to support you forever, and I ask God to keep you always…

  • Richard B

    There’s no real evidence that Fischer had an IQ of 187. This was just hearsay. In the 1950s they used either the Stanford-Binet test or the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale to measure intelligence. Today the concept of a single test determining one’s intelligence is very controversial with recent research suggesting that it would require at least 3 different tests to test for intelligence, if indeed it can even be measured in a valid manner. This old Fischer fable should be laid to rest.

    • bibleexpert

      On the other hand, I can’t see too many people being terribly surprised should that number prove to be correct.

      • Richard B

        Well, if you’d heard his Philippine radio interviews you would realize that his IQ was probably closer to 87 than 187.

        • bibleexpert

          You seem to be confusing his IQ with his mental health.

  • male Gupta

    good new great igor sir interesting thanks a lot you are great a great salute to mr igor smirnov.for bringing this course to us and coporate fishcer style with us.vidoes are just fantastic.sir.

  • b0ss sss

    Hi Igor, why do you think adults on average improve at a much slower pace than kids in chess? Is it because of difficulty to change habits? I noticed this to be a trend not even in chess but many other things. Or maybe time? Kids can sometimes devote 8 hours a day on chess while most of adults can barely get 2. There is also explanation that kids have more “plastic” brains but on the other hand adults can grasp abstract concepts faster than them, so this should at least even out. Or maybe its a little bit of all of those things?

  • Bobba Fett

    How many high school dropouts can teach themselves to read and converse in Russian and Serbian, not to mention Spanish ?His mental health later on was suspect, but never his intelligence.


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