DENVER, July 6 — Bobby Fischer, moving forward in his quest for the World's Chess Championship, defeated Bent Larsen of Denmark in 41 moves in … He was always well prepared for his matches. In March 1964, Harold Dondis was carried out of the Wachusett Chess Club in Fitchburg on the shoulders of his peers after he defeated future world champion Bobby Fischer. I believe that Bobby Fischer would have defeated Karpov. Such was the beauty of one of Fischer’s victories in their head-to-head, the defeated Spassky joined the … He had a crystal clear understanding of the game. Fischer had a +3−1=0 score against Letelier. Bobby Fischer, the enigmatic American chess genius who became a Cold War hero with his 1972 defeat of Soviet champion Boris Spassky but fell from grace in … Bobby Fischer was a well-conditioned athlete who feared nobody. And he had an indomitable will to win. Bobby Fischer was a record-setting chess master who became the youngest player to win the U.S. I only know of three matches that Fischer ever lost: * A two-game match against Max Euwe in 1957 (when he was 14 years old) * A rapid match against Tigran Petrosian in 1958. Letelier defeated Fischer in 1959 at Mar del Plata, in a game which according to Mednis (How to Beat Bobby Fischer), featured Fischer's worst move ever. In 1972, the “Match of the Century” took place between Fischer and the reigning world champion at the time, Soviet player Boris Spassky. Bobby Fischer. Deep Blue was a chess-playing computer developed by IBM.It was the first computer to win both a chess game and a chess match against a reigning world champion under regular time controls.. Development for Deep Blue began in 1985 with the ChipTest project at Carnegie Mellon University; Grandmaster Joel Benjamin was part of the development team. Bobby Fischer, American-born chess master who became the youngest grandmaster in history when he received the title in 1958. Bobby Fischer was a genius on the chess board. The point here is that Bobby Fischer (1943-2008) like all chess masters are shaped by their mastery of the oh-so-very polite “war game” played on a checkered Masonic like board with only three possible outcomes; 1.resignation before ultimate defeat, 2.stalemate or 3.checkmate. Bobby Fischer may have been the best player the world had ever seen, but he became, for the last 30-plus years of his life, the chess world's mad-recluse uncle. Bobby Fischer became the youngest-ever U.S. chess champion when he was 14, and earned the title of grandmaster the next year. Chess Championship at 14, and the first American-born player to win the World Chess Championship. His youthful intemperance and brilliant playing drew the attention of the American public to the game of chess, particularly when he won the world championship in 1972.