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Louis, U.S. pediatrician, 1864-1945. See: Fischer sign, Fischer symptom.

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8220;These handwritten notes from the World Champion and winner of the historic tournament, Bobby Fischer give an insight into one of the most significant speed chess tournaments of the 20th century.
This scene and others will be in Liz Garbus's film Bobby Fischer against the World, which will be shown this summer.
Solo una distraccion puede costar una partida", sentenciaba el maestro Bobby Fischer.
Bobby Fischer also entered Erasmus that fall and he too joined the chess club.
The FBI investigated Bobby Fischer in 1965 after the Cold War icon and chess champion created controversy at a tournament in Cuba, says the Miami Herald, citing newly disclosed documents.
Josh Waitzkin, eight-time national chess champion, world champion martial artist, and subject of the film Searching for Bobby Fischer, has written a book distilling his experience of the road to mastery.
The world chess championship between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky in Reykjavik in 1972 was my first big reporting assignment.
And Bob, from Yarm, awoke on Friday to the headlines Bobby Fischer Is Dead.
NEW YORK - Bobby Fischer, one of the greatest chess players in the world, has died, a close family friend, Gardar Sverrisson, confirmed Friday, according to the New York Times' online edition.
5 -- color) Chess master Bobby Fischer died in Iceland at 64.
THE world of chess is mourning former World Champion Bobby Fischer, who died at the age of 64 in Reykjavik last night.