Fischer Blundered the Scholar's Mate 😱
Tactics & Calculation

Bobby Fischer’s Attacking Chess Game

Bobby Fischer’s Attacking Chess Game

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Today I’d like to share with you a game played by Bobby Fischer in the 1966 Chess Olympiad. This has to be one of his best attacking chess games.

His opponent tried to attack Fischer with a Scholar’s Mate threat, but the move that Fischer played will shock you. It almost looked like Fischer blundered the Scholar’s Mate, but it’s a counter-attacking ingenious move by him!

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You can find the PGN of this game below:

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