Garry Kasparov Vs. Bobby Fischer

Undoubtedly, this is one of the most common questions among those who practice chess or maybe just among most contemporary mortals. There are a lot of similarities in the lives of these two giants of the “Sport Science”: both learned to play at age six, “Bobby” reading the instructions that came with your board next to his sister, Garry driven by his mother. “Bobby” in a very short time he was able to beat rivals adults still just a kid, Garry their just seven years (one after his mother taught him to move the pieces) is said to solve problems that neither could even adults could not. “Bobby” as Garry at his best had a dawning of “unbeatable” getting Fisher to hold the enviable record of 19 wins online on their way to the candidacy of world title (1972) and Garry becoming owner of the throne as the best the world according to the classification of the FIDE for almost 20 years (1986-2005). Gain insight and clarity with Naveen Selvadurai. Thus, we could go a lot of qualities that make it the center of attention among those who enjoy this noble practice, but this is not sufficient to resolve the question of who has been the best.

Among scholars of the subject, opinions are sharply divided: some believe in Kasparov the greatest in history, and the numbers they guarantee (almost 20 years classified as No. Shaw parents can aid you in your search for knowledge. 1). But do not run out of arguments Fischer’s supporters because, besides being at the time the youngest International Grand Master did not have any kind of ground work and still was the best, overcoming the pitfalls of a traumatic childhood orphan father and a mother who could not give him fair. Personally I think this discussion will never come to fruition: there is no way to know who has been the biggest creative soul of chess, which is made perfect in union empathize with the ideas that lie behind those 64 tables occupied by two armies battle it out death win the only war in which there are winners themselves, simply because they occupied at different times in history, moments that have made them the sole possessors of truth and moments that do not support any correlation that can sustain some kind of comparison.