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Tactics Helping Strategy - Learn from Fischer (5h and 26min Running Time) 

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Introduction and Free Preview  Free
  • Video Introduction  Closed
  • Buenos Aires International - Taimanov, Mark E - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 1  Closed
  • Solution 1  Closed
  • Mar del Plata International-23 - Fischer, Robert James - Olafsson, Fridrik  Closed
  • Exercise 2  Closed
  • Solution 2  Closed
  • Fischer sim +27=7-7 - Fischer, Robert James - Sorensen, Henrik  Closed
  • Exercise 3  Closed
  • Solution 3  Closed
  • Manhattan blitz - Fischer, Robert James - Fine, Reuben  Closed
  • Exercise 4  Closed
  • Solution 4  Closed
  • Western op-ch - Poschel, Paul - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 5  Closed
  • Solution 5  Closed
  • Fischer sim - Fischer, Robert James - Wagenfeld, Wladymyr  Closed
  • Exercise 6  Closed
  • Solution 6  Closed
  • Western op-ch - Fischer, Robert James - Finegold, Ronald  Closed
  • Exercise 7  Closed
  • Solution 7  Closed
  • USA Junior-ch - Thomason, Jimmy - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 8  Closed
  • Solution 8  Closed
  • Santiago de Chile International - Ader Hausman, Walter - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 9  Closed
  • Solution 9  Closed
  • Zuerich - Fischer, Robert James - Kupper, Josef  Closed
  • Exercise 10  Closed
  • Solution 10  Closed
  • Zuerich - Gligoric, Svetozar - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 11  Closed
  • Solution 11  Closed
  • Zuerich - Gligoric, Svetozar - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 12  Closed
  • Solution 12  Closed
  • Mar del Plata International-23 - Bronstein, David Ionovich - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 13  Closed
  • Solution 13  Closed
  • Fischer sim +27=7-7 - Fischer, Robert James - Henriksen, Palle V  Closed
  • Exercise 14  Closed
  • Solution 14  Closed
  • Candidates Tournament-05 - Fischer, Robert James - Keres, Paul  Closed
  • Exercise 15  Closed
  • Solution 15  Closed
  • USA-ch - Fischer, Robert James - Mednis, Edmar John  Closed
  • Exercise 16  Closed
  • Solution 16  Closed
  • US Open-57 - Fischer, Robert James - Popovych, Orest  Closed
  • Exercise 17  Closed
  • Solution 17  Closed
  • Santiago de Chile International - Fischer, Robert James - Pilnik, Hermann  Closed
  • Exercise 18  Closed
  • Solution 18  Closed
  • Zuerich - Barcza, Gedeon - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 19  Closed
  • Solution 19  Closed
  • Olympiad-14 Final A - Gligoric, Svetozar - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 20  Closed
  • Solution 20  Closed
  • CAN-op - Walz, WA. - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 21  Closed
  • Solution 21  Closed
  • USA Junior-ch - Ramirez, Gilbert - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 22  Closed
  • Solution 22  Closed
  • Zuerich - Fischer, Robert James - Keres, Paul  Closed
  • Exercise 23  Closed
  • Solution 23  Closed
  • Olympiad-14 Final A - Penrose, Jonathan - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 24  Closed
  • Solution 24  Closed
  • Olympiad-14 Final A - Penrose, Jonathan - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 25  Closed
  • Solution 25  Closed
  • USA-ch - Fischer, Robert James - Seidman, Herbert  Closed
  • Exercise 26  Closed
  • Solution 26  Closed
  • Bled 30th Anniversary - Bisguier, Arthur Bernard - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 27  Closed
  • Solution 27  Closed
  • Interzonal-05 - Bertok, Mario - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 28  Closed
  • Solution 28  Closed
  • Fischer sim - Fischer, Robert James - Diebert, George C  Closed
  • Exercise 29  Closed
  • Solution 29  Closed
  • West Orange - Fischer, Robert James - Saidy, Anthony Fred  Closed
  • Exercise 30  Closed
  • Solution 30  Closed
  • West Orange - Avram, Herbert Mois - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 31  Closed
  • Solution 31  Closed
  • New Jersey State-ch op - Fischer, Robert James - Green, Matthew  Closed
  • Exercise 32  Closed
  • Solution 32  Closed
  • USA-ch - Fischer, Robert James - Reshevsky, Samuel Herman  Closed
  • Exercise 33  Closed
  • Solution 33  Closed
  • New Jersey State-ch op - Fischer, Robert James - Di Camillo, Attilio  Closed
  • Exercise 34  Closed
  • Solution 34  Closed
  • Candidates Tournament - Keres, Paul - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 35  Closed
  • Solution 35  Closed
  • Buenos Aires International - Fischer, Robert James - Uhlmann, Wolfgang  Closed
  • Exercise 36  Closed
  • Solution 36  Closed
  • Match/Federation Berlin-USA +0-4=1 - Fischer, Robert James - Darga, Klaus  Closed
  • Exercise 37  Closed
  • Solution 37  Closed
  • Fischer sim +27=7-7 - Fischer, Robert James - Jensen, Allan Astrup  Closed
  • Exercise 38  Closed
  • Solution 38  Closed
  • Buenos Aires International - Fischer, Robert James - Pachman, Ludek  Closed
  • Exercise 39  Closed
  • Solution 39  Closed
  • Olympiad-15 Final A - Fischer, Robert James - Gligoric, Svetozar  Closed
  • Exercise 40  Closed
  • Solution 40  Closed
  • Manhattan blitz - Fischer, Robert James - Benko, Pal C  Closed
  • Exercise 41  Closed
  • Solution 41  Closed
  • USA-ch - Fischer, Robert James - Sherwin, James T  Closed
  • Exercise 42  Closed
  • Solution 42  Closed
  • Zuerich - Barcza, Gedeon - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 43  Closed
  • Solution 43  Closed
  • Zuerich - Barcza, Gedeon - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 44  Closed
  • Solution 44  Closed
  • US Open-58 - Pitschak, Rudolf - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 45  Closed
  • Solution 45  Closed
  • Mar del Plata International-22 - Fischer, Robert James - Bolbochan, Jacobo  Closed
  • Exercise 46  Closed
  • Solution 46  Closed
  • Bled 30th Anniversary - Gligoric, Svetozar - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 47  Closed
  • Solution 47  Closed
  • Olympiad-15 Final A - Fischer, Robert James - Gligoric, Svetozar  Closed
  • Exercise 48  Closed
  • Solution 48  Closed
  • Bled 30th Anniversary - Donner, Jan Hein - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 49  Closed
  • Solution 49  Closed
  • Bled 30th Anniversary - Donner, Jan Hein - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
  • Exercise 50  Closed
  • Solution 50  Closed
  • Candidates Tournament - Keres, Paul - Fischer, Robert James  Closed
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