The Match that changed Chess history
Opening: E56, A00, A77, E41:
D59, A39, C95 QGD: Tartakower Defense: Main Line (8 cxd5 Nxd5), Symmetrical English vs …g6: 4 Bg2 Bg7 5 Nf3 Nf6 6 O-O-O O-O 7 d4, Closed Ruy Lopez: Breyer Variation with 10 d4
C95, B97, B04 Closed Ruy Lopez: Breyer Variation with 10 d4, Sicilian Najdorf: poisoned pawn, Alekhine's defence: 4Nf3
D37, B99, B46 QGD: 5Bf4, SicilianNajdorf: 6Bg5 e6 7f4 Be7, Sicilian: Taimanov: Nc3 a6
Player(s): Spassky, Fischer
Ronen starts a new series, which brings us into the action! The match that changed the way we look at chess: Spassky vs. Fischer, 1972. There is so much to say, to show and to comment about this battle of minds and nations, that Ronen decided to dedicate a mini-series to one of the most important events in Chess history.