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Hard work, but worth it,
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This review is from: Endgame (Kindle Edition)
Frank Brady gives us a close look into the career of a chess genius, from his first contact with the board to world championship and beyond. He helps us to understand that genius is not a bed of roses. Bobby Fisher certainly made many people suffer, but he also suffered from the incomprehension of many people. A tragic life, that this book helps understand.
You won't learn much about playing chess, but you may learn things that will help you live with genius.
This book is hard work, but worth it.