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Robert J. Fischer  Alexander Alekhine  Boris Spassky  Jose Capablanca  

We gathered games that you can print for the following Chess Masters!

Robert Fischer : When Chicago-born Bobby Fischer defeated the Soviet Union's Boris Spassky to win the world chess series in Reykjavik, Iceland, in 1972, he became an international celebrity overnight.

Alexander Alekhine : In 1940 Alekhine told some intimates that he would not mind losing his title to a master of the younger generation - Keres, Botvinnik - but he did not want to lose it to a player of his own generation. "I dominate them all!"

Boris Spassky  : 1937-, Soviet chess champion. A child prodigy, he became an international master at the age of 16 and in 1955, at age 18, he became an international grand master.

Jose Capablanca : Jose Raul Capablanca was born in Havana, Cuba on the 19th of November 1888. He learned chess at the age of four by watching his father play and in 1901, at the age of 12, he beat Juan Corzo, the Cuban champion

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