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Bobby Fischer, Stuart Margulies, Don Mosenfelder: Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
Bantam ISBN: 0553263153 1982-07-01 335 Pages PDF 16.14 Mb

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[ Josh ] In the days before the event,

he had the whole world wondering if he would show up.

while he napped

or took walks and ate sandwiches.

Henry Kissinger called

and asked him to go for his country's honor.

Soon after arriving,

he offended the Icelanders

by callingtheir country inadequate

because they had no bowling alleys.

He complained about the TV cameras,

about the lighting,

about the table and chairs,

and the contrast of the squares on the board.

His hotel room, he said, Had too nice a view.

None of this had anything to do with chess, of course...

or maybe it did.

Searching For Bobby Fischer Cast

If he won,

he'd be the first American worldchampion in history.

If he lost,

he'd just be another patzer from Brooklyn.

On the 40th move Of the 21st game,

he countered Spassky's bishop to king-6

with a pawn to rook-4.

Bobby

And it was all over.

He came home An American hero.

He bragged to the world he'd beat the Russians.

He delivered.

He can now command The same money

as heavyweightprize fighters.

He was invited to dinner By statesmen and kings.

Then BobbyFischer made the most original, unexpected move of all.

He disappeared.

[ Girl ] Where is he?

[ Boy One ] Maybe he gave up.

[ Boy Two ] Shh.

Do you see anything?

[ Boy Three ] I think we lost him.

[ Boy Four ] It's cold. Let's go home.

[Josh ] lf he doesn't find us in two hours,

I say we go.

Hello, boys.

Aah! Aah!

[ Man ] Theo, what are you doing here?

I thought you wanted to go home.

[ Men Talking ]

[ Dice BeingShaken ]

I have to buckle my own shoes, right?

You said something

about rolling on your own side of the board, right?

This is my side.

Remember that?

Roll it on your own side.

You talk too much.

You talk too much.

[ Thunderclap ]

Josh?

Josh?

[ Man ] Your move.

Josh!

[ Fred ] That's good.

Well, there you go.

Not too much, but that's good.

A little more.

Yeah. That's good.

You got to be careful not to use it too much,

but you want just enough.

A little more. That's great.

O.K.

That lookspretty good.

How's that look to you?

Pretty good.

Good.

Now rub that in there.

See how the leather drinks that up?

That's got a great smell, huh?

Smell that.

Yeah. Great. O.K.

Now...

Ohh.

What's wrong?

I forgot to buy a ball.

Do you believe it?

You got to put a ball in the pocket.

A hard ball...

to get the shape right.

Yeah.

That'll work.

O.K.

Put that in like that...

bend that over.

All right. Get in bed.

Max Pomeranc

Tomorrow I buy a real baseball.

You know what?

I don't believe this.

I can't believe it.

What?

You're 7.

Happy birthday.

Good night, Josh.

Good night.

[ Bell Rings ]

Josh!

Bye.

How was school?

Good.

O.K. Bye.

Bye. See ya. How you doing?

Fine. Bye.

Bye-bye. See ya.

Are you in the mood for some pizza?

I don't know. Are you?

Are you feeling all right?

Yeah. Why?

Where we going to get pizza?

You want to go watch the men in the park?

What men in the park?

I'm going to smack this guy's ass, man.

There's fire in the bush.

It ain't over. We still got a minute.

When it slaps 1 2:00, then it's over.

Then it's over.

[ First Man ] We playing chess.

[ Second Man ] What we playing here?

We playing chess.

Now we playing chess.

Come on, Josh, let's go.

Is that the best you got?

That's the best you got?

You ain't got nothing.

You sure you've played this game?

You want to go to Chinatown and play Chinese checkers?

No, that ain't it.

You want that? O.K.

You can have that.

But you can't have that. That's my baby.

You got to leave with that.

You can't trade queens with me.

I ain't in the trading business.

What you trying to do?