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

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An accompanying letter of provenance from Stojnic's son states that Bobby Fischer, Mikhail Tal, Tigran Petrosyan, Svetozar Gligoric and other professional chess players were regular visitors to Stojnic's home in Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A character study, "Bobby Fischer" is a film about a genius who never felt comfortable in his own skin; a lonely, tortured soul driven to madness by the unprecedented adulation showered upon him and his overwhelming desire to succeed.
The other book is about the insane genius Bobby Fischer, the former world champion in Chess.
The Chess Boards on the Hayes THE chess boards on the Hayes have square seats, concrete and aesthetic yet stand forlorn in the warm sunshine with a plastic cup instead of pawns and rooks for no-one pretends to be Bobby Fischer or the mighty Kasparov today yet tomorrow we will play, you and I oblivious to shoppers passing by.
Johns University, is also the author of several biographies, including the first biography of Bobby Fischer, Profile of a Prodigy (1965).
World champions like Bobby Fischer and Gary Kasparov are discussed, as is the recent influx of women players.
Bobby Fischer's mind was at once both brilliant and intriguing.
Summary: Former chess champion Bobby Fischer's body has been exhumed to provide forensic evidence in a paternity suit.
The remains of Bobby Fischer, the former international chess champion who died in 2008, are to be exhumed to determine whether he is the father of a nine-year-old girl in the Philippines.
Bobby Fischer also entered Erasmus that fall and he too joined the chess club.