Fischer vs Spassky 1972 The Match of the Century The name Bobby Fischer, at least to Americans, is synonymous with chess. A prodigy in the 50s, a world class player in the 60s, the 70s saw Fischer at his pinnacle. He earned the right to challenge Boris Spassky in a title run without comparison. Chess Coach - Fischer versus Spassky - is a fully annotated review of every game of the worlds most famous Chess Championship Match. All twenty played games are annotated (commented on) move by move by some of the worlds top Chess players as well as by your Chess Coach. By using the three display modes you can traverse these historical games with or without Annotation to study each game. You have the ability to try to determine each move played in advance yourself (Determine Next Move Mode) to see how you fare against the world's top players, play games in any order you wish (Sequential Play Mode) jumping from place to place to restudy sequences or to review the games or see all move commentary (Full Annotation Mode) with every move commented on to help you understand the players thoughts at every moment of the game. Simply select a desired Mode, select a game and press Start Game. Most sources Annotate the interesting moves only. This is useful for experienced player but little help for those with less Chess Theory knowledge. Chess Coach Annotates EVERY move to help those just learning as well as aiding more experienced players in their study. You can move forward, backwards, restart each game and even view them from either opponents perspective. We have also included several historical videos as well about the players and the match. As with all Chess Coach products, Chess Coach FVS is designed to further your understanding of the game and to improve your Chess experience. Working to improve everyone's Chess... Chess Coach 2018
What’s new in this version
Every Game Fully Annotated
- Three display modes let you traverse these historical games with or without Annotation.