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  1. Spassky-Fischer Match 1972
    Fischer advanced through three easy rounds in 1972 by beating Taimanov 6-0, Larsen 6-0, and Petrosian 6.5-2.5 to achieve the right to challenge Spassky, who was champion since beating Petrosian 12.5 to 10.5 in a revenge match in 1969. It was thought to be the perfect match at the time of the 1970s, when the Cold War was taking place between the United States (with Fischer) and Soviet Union (with Spassky). The match took place in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Soviets had a huge chess monopoly at the time. So who won, Spassky or Fischer?
    21 games, 1972

  2. Spassky-Fischer Match 1992
    Although Fischer beat Spassky 12.5-8.5 in 1972, he did not hold the title for very long when he forfeited to Karpov, the challenger, in 1975 due to negotiations about how the match would go. However, he agreed to play a revenge match with Spassky in 1992. So who won, Spassky or Fischer?
    30 games, 1992

  3. The 10 Greatest Games Of Bobby Fischer
    Here are the 10 greatest games of Bobby Fischer, my second favorite player.
    10 games, 1958-1972

  4. The 10 Greatest Games Of Boris Spassky
    Here are the 10 greatest games of Boris Spassky, my favorite player.
    10 games, 1960-1992

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