Bobby Fischer – Legendary World Champion

[Game] Bobby Fischer – Chess Champion


Bobby Fischer  All 940 games played by the legendary World Champion, 217 of them with commentary. 180 exercises: play like Fischer and play against Fischer.

This course is in the series Chess King Learn (learn.chessking.com/), which is an unprecedented chess teaching method. In the series are included courses in tactics, strategy, openings, middlegame, and endgame, split by levels from beginners to experienced players, and even professional players.

With the help of this course, you can improve your chess knowledge, learn new tactical tricks and combinations, and consolidate the acquired knowledge into practice.

The program acts as a coach who gives tasks to solve and helps to solve them if you get stuck. It will give you hints, explanations and show you even striking refutation of the mistakes you might make.

The program also contains a theoretical section, which explains the methods of the game in a certain stage of the game, based on actual examples. The theory is presented in an interactive way, which means you can not only read the text of the lessons, but also to make moves on the board and work out unclear moves on the board.

Advantages of the program:

High quality examples, all double-checked for correctness
You need to enter all key moves, required by the teacher
Different levels of complexity of the tasks
Various goals, which need to be reached in the problems
The program gives hint if an error is made
For typical mistaken moves, the refutation is shown
You can play out any position of the tasks against the computer
Interactive theoretical lessons
Structured table of contents
The program monitors the change in the rating (ELO) of the player during the learning process
Test mode with flexible settings
Possibility to bookmark favorite exercises
The application is adapted to the bigger screen of a tablet
The application does not require an internet connection
You can link the app to a free Chess King account and solve one course from several devices on Android, iOS and Web at the same time

The course includes a free part, in which you can test the program. Lessons offered in the free version are fully functional. They allow you to test the application in real world conditions before releasing the following topics:
1. Combinations
1.1. Play like Fischer
1.2. Play against Fischer
2. Games
2.1. 1955-1957
2.2. 1958-1959
2.3. 1960-1961
2.4. 1962-1963
2.5. 1964-1965
2.6. 1966-1968
2.7. 1969-1971
2.8. 1972-1992

Bobby Fischer user reviews :

I like it very much give me time to think things out very good puzzles

It would teach even better if the moves are defined in a structured way. This will make people memorise tactics behind the moves.

I’m an avid chess player. 15 years now. I’m also a 1908 USCF rated player. This is BY FAR this strongest and best chess trainer there is. The free version is good, but you might as well buy the pro version for like 4 bucks. You won’t be sorry. And when you have a itch to play, just train, do nothing but train for a month. You’ll be a beast on the board. Then come look me up. Tactical Homicide.

Chess OK produces good products. This is not one of them. Of the annotated games, the majority are lightly done. Only variations, and only variations. The free version is most annoying. Better turn off Wi-Fi or your data services before opening the app because it will annoy you with video ads non stop.

Great chess App! I learned a lot from the games i repeatedly review from this app.

The problems are good for the most part, but I find them to be repetitious, which is dissapointing.

A fundamental learning tool…mesmerizing to see the masters’ moves and sacrifices play out

Totally Awesome, this should be rated 10 stars. This Fischer app is complex to me, but that’s ok……it’s what I need to become a better chess player.

At first I was like this some BS.. but I love the Game. Plus it got the greats name attached.. Definitely worth the extra couple dollars for the exclusive

very good for late game skills but i am only using free version…i dont understand all the colored arrows in action sequences
  • Chess King
  • Hi, The arrows indicate the main lines of movement or attacks of the pieces, which lead to the best result. Most often, the red arrows denote attacking moves and blue arrows can be used to show defensive moves. Intermittent arrows most often show control of the indicated lines, while the execution of the move indicated by the arrow may not be done.

I really like it! It shows the possible moves in the position at hand. Many thanks to the developer of this app!

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