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|Mar-30-03|| ||mrwonkabar: A thorough stomping of Fischer! Excellent. |
|Mar-31-03|| ||Sarimanok: An excellent experience for Fischer. Fischer learned a lot from it. He beat Bisguier 13 times and drawn 2 times. This was the only game that Bisguier beat Fischer. A fine game though. |
|Dec-03-03|| ||Petrosianic: Nope, Bisguier only drew Fischer once. That game is duplicated in this database which makes it look like 2. |
|Jun-18-04|| ||Najdorf: Mrwonkabar what you got against fisher he could have beat you in his prime anyday. |
|Jun-18-04|| ||Swindler: Fischer could probably beat us in his "low". |
|Aug-28-04|| ||wall: I guess not 24...Bxa1 25.Qxa1 exd5 26.Nxh5 gxh5 27.Bb4 Nd6 28.Qe5 Rd8 29.Rd1. In the game, maybe 26...Bxa1 is wrong and 26...Kxf8 is better. In the game, can Black play 30...f6 with a better game. 32...Rf6 is the losing move. Perhaps 32...Re5 can hold out. White now wins after 33.Qxe8+! Qxe8 34.Nxf6+ Ke7 35.Re1+ Kxf6 36.Rxe8. |
|Dec-05-04|| ||Benzol: This is Fischer's only loss to Bisguier. It was played III Rosenwald Tourney in 1956 and it was played in the first round.
Fischer finished 8th in this tournament and also lost to Samuel Reshevsky, Abe Turner and Eliot Hearst, but it was also the tournament that produced his famous win against Donald Bryne. |
|Dec-05-04|| ||Kaspy2: Fischer keeps mentioning this in his radio interviews. I don't know which religion Bisguier has, anyway, Fischer says the community suppresses the fact that his 13:0 GM-GM streak is the standing record, and can be increased if Bisguier was in on having a go at it. |
|Dec-06-04|| ||iron maiden: Fischer's 13-0 streak is all the more impressive when you consider the fact that in his day, the GM title usually signified one of the top fifty or so players in the world. |
|Dec-06-04|| ||Everett: Bisguier is a strong player, but undisciplined at times, especially toward the aggressive side, and is known to lose to weaker opponents.|
I like to see games where Fischer gets blown off the board, reminding us all that he is human, especially before '67.
It's also good that computers are uncovering flaws in his games, just like all the other masters. Nobody is perfect, and after all the rant and raving about various players, it is good to see that they all have weaknesses and make mistakes.
|Apr-13-05|| ||Rocafella: nice attack at the end |
|Feb-09-06|| ||chessnme: I believe Fischer was thrown off by Bisguier's 4 pawn open - I have not seen Fischer confront that in a Kings Indian opening before - Fischer was baffled and played baffled, in my humble opinion.|
He should have been able to capitalize on Bisguier's over commitment of his pawns - but he tried to stick to his Kings Indian game plan was devastated.
|Mar-07-06|| ||who: There are also Uhlmann vs Fischer, 1962 and
Uhlmann vs Fischer, 1960|
|Jul-27-06|| ||WannaBe: Only win for GM Bisguier over Fischer in the database, The other 14 games were -13 =1.|
|Oct-07-06|| ||Resignation Trap: 32...Rf6 deserves a question mark or two. It seems to me that Black can avoid immediate disaster with 32...Rf4, intending to meet 33.Ne3 (or 33.Nc3) with 33...Rd4.|
|Mar-26-07|| ||utssb: It's strange to see Fischer falling to a sharp series of moves. But then again he was young.|
|Mar-27-07|| ||beatgiant: <Resignation Trap>
<Black can avoid immediate disaster with 32...Rf4, intending to meet 33.Ne3 (or 33.Nc3) with 33...Rd4.>
How to avoid immediate disaster after 32...Rf4 33. Re1?
|Sep-09-07|| ||Capablanca44: Enjoyed the the sudden tactical ending in this game. It came as a pleasant surprise. I liked the use of the Knights.They seemed to have had a dominant role.|
|Mar-10-08|| ||smarterthanbobby: as well he lost tempo and gave tempo
on too many moves for a player as strong as bISQUIRE could be and I agree that the opening must have thrown him off... 33 moves and a running king is a killing.
|Sep-06-09|| ||RandomVisitor: Fisher might have the better position after 9...Nd7 10.Be3 Nc5|
1: Arthur Bisguier - Robert James Fischer, New York Ros-mem 1956
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<[-0.32] d=19 11.Nd4> Nxd4 12.Bxd4 e5 13.fxe5 Ne6 14.Bf2 Bxe5 15.0-0 Qg5 16.Rc1 Nf4 17.Bg3 Re8 18.Bf3 Rb8 19.Rc2 Be6 20.Nb5 h5 21.Nxd6 Red8 00:15:17 39834kN
|Mar-02-10|| ||HeMateMe: The Rook looks weird, out early in the opening--a harbinger of a Fischer loss? 13 year old bob loses a game, his only loss to Bisguier.|
|Mar-02-10|| ||AnalyzeThis: I'd have to agree. You basically don't send the cannons out to attack, in front of the infantry.|
|Mar-05-10|| ||kingfu: Five rook sorties by move 18 by Fischer. Mister Miagi says always look eye and keep the rooks behind the pawns!|
At age 13 I was knee deep in zit juice, not playing in the Rosenthal Memorial.
Is not Rosenthal a Jewish name? Is not the Mother of Bobby Fischer a Jew? How did Bobby end up being a hater? A hater of his own mother's heritage?
This psychology must be examined if we are to truly understand the genius / madness of Bobby Fischer.
|Mar-05-10|| ||Petrosianic: Doesn't matter, since the correct name is RosenWALD, not Rosenthal. And Lessing Rosenwald wasn't dead at the time, just the sponsor of the tournament, so Memorial isn't right either.|
|Mar-05-10|| ||I play the Fred: Bobby's father was also a Jew.|
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