World Chess Championship Petrosian vs Spassky 1966 (häftad)
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Ishi Press
Sloan, Sam (introd.)
Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
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22:B&W 5.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 140 mm (Demy 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
World Chess Championship Petrosian vs Spassky 1966 (häftad)

World Chess Championship Petrosian vs Spassky 1966

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The 1966 World Championship Match was one of the hardest fought and most exciting matches of this series. It was played under the traditional rules of a 24 game match, time limit was 40 moves in 2½ hours, and if a 12-12 tie the champion would retain his title.

This was a significant factor since the Botvinnik-Bronstein match and the first Botvinnik-Smyslov Match had both ended in a 12-12 tie.

There were political implications in this because the Soviets claimed that this was due to the superiority of the Soviet System. The Soviets said, ?All men are created equal, but some are more equal than others!? Botvinnik was declared to be ?First Among Equals?.

Spassky had qualified to play in the match for the World Championship by defeating Keres (6-4), Geller (5½-2½) and Tal (7-4) in candidates matches

Bobby Fischer has refused to compete in this world championship cycle, after publishing an article in Sports Illustrated magazine entitled ?The Russians Have Fixed World Chess?. Fischer claimed that the top Russians had agreed to draws in all their games against each other to save their energies to play against Fischer.
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