After a brief delay in receiving the book, it finally arrived. Overall, book is very interesting. It's mainly a "coffee table" book with very little dialogue. Most of the pictures are shot in black and white and have never been seen before. We see Bobby getting ready for matches by boxing, skipping rope, swimming, doing pull ups, lifting a medicine ball and playing ping pong. There's one shot of Bobby holding a Coke cup in one hand and a ping pong paddle in the other giving us the famous "Fischer stare". Very intimidating. Some of the shots are outtakes from the assignment Benson did for the 11-12-71 issue of Life magazine. Oddly, most of the limited color shots are "reversed" which detracts from the picture. (The square in the lower right hand corner of the board should be white, not black. Also, Bobby parts his hair on the left, not the right). I could have also done without the pictures of Bobby in the shower. My favorites are the ones of Bobby at the board with Boris. Bensons point of view is over Boris' right shoulder.
Overall, a good book but the lack of color pictures and the sloppiness in printing them reversed prevent this from being a 5 star book.