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Saturday, February 18, 2012

The one and only Chess No. 1 Magnus Carlsen



The CBS TV news magazine 60 Minutes focused on the exploits and personality of Magnus Carlsen. To get people in the mood they also streamed a "60 Minutes Rewind" of a report produced in 1972 on the upcoming match between Boris Spassky and challenger Bobby Fischer. You cannot miss it!



Thursday, November 17, 2011

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Japanese wife is Fischer's legal heir



Miyoko Watai Ruled Fischer’s Legal Heir
Reykjav√≠k District Court determined recently that Miyoko Watai, late chess grandmaster Robert J. Fischer’s wife, is his legal heir. Fischer’s nephews, Alexander Gary and Nicholas William Targ, had doubted that Watai and Fischer were legally married and claimed to be his closest relatives. Fischer’s nephews are to pay the widow over ISK 6.6 million (USD 57,000, EUR 41,000) in legal costs.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Carlsen beats the World

Magnus Carlsen beat The World, led by Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Hikaru Nakamura and Judit Polgar, in the G-Star RAW World Chess Challenge on Friday in New York. After reaching a positionally difficult position the World Team put up a stiff resistance but, in his aggressive but controlled style, Magnus emerged the winner in 44 moves and 2.5 hours. The G-Star RAW World Chess Challenge took place yesterday at the Penthouse of the Cooper Star Hotel in New York City, as part of G-Star’s global Fall/Winter advertising campaign. Carlsen played in a room with a physical chess set and a clock, and a butler entered the moves played by The World on the board.

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