Bobby Fischer’s Best Chess Game Ever! | Fischer vs R. Byrne – US, 1963 | The Brilliancy Prize

Here’s a review of a Great Game of chess played between Robert Eugene Byrne and Bobby Fischer in 1963 in New York, USA. This game was played in the US Championship & was awarded the Brilliancy Prize at that time. I believe this is the best game of Bobby Fischer, even better than his ‘game of the century’. Let me know what you think.
Robert Byrne was playing with the white pieces & Robert James Fischer was playing with black pieces. The opening played was the King’s Indian / Grunfeld Defense. This game has an exciting story behind it. Fischer was on a roll – such fierce determination to play for the win, even with the Black pieces, is a Fischer hallmark. 20 years old, Grandmaster Robert James Fischer was already among the world’s very best chess players. In this brilliancy, Fischer demonstrates how to inject multiple imbalances into a highly symmetrical position, how to properly highlight these differences to benefit from it, and how to accurately assess the true value of the pieces as they rest on the chessboard. By the way, I also have a chess puzzle for you all, let’s see if you can solve that.

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  1. Actually who win the game where was check mate why queen was not able to take rook

  2. Qxa7 then Kxa7 then Ra5 then Kb8 then Nb6 (forced mate on Ra8)

  3. Nice ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

  4. Bishop to g1 and bishop to d4 taking the pawn and queen to a7 taking a pawn and thats a cheak mate

  5. 4:10
    Tal sacrifices brutally punishes the opponent later 😂

  6. the best move will bishop to g1 and black king goes to b8 and the bishop will take d4 pawn and the e7 bishop
    goes to c5 to stop the bishop and
    take some more time to save his king.and the white takes and c8
    and then queen to a7 is a checkmate

  7. You look at the most common and most logical move. But Fischer always came up with something different. He wasn’t interested in slight improvements. He just wanted to go for the kill.

  8. Fact: byrne only found good moves for fisher not for him

  9. the chess puzzle i think ois rook C4 to B6, black has no choice but to capture with the pawn or his rook is lost. Then White scarafices the queen on a7, Black has to capture with the queen then Rook F5 to A5 is checkmate (i think)

  10. 1.Q*a7+ -k*q
    2.Ra5+ – kb8
    3.Nb6 followed Ra8 #
    Very important piece is bishop H2 that's why white give up the Queen

  11. Pawn to b5 bishop forced to capture pawn on A4 takes bishop no matter what he plays rook D1 to A1 and it is a mate in 1 . Even after black plays King b8 queen takes on a7 it's a check king moves to c8 white plays queen to a8 and it's a mate because even if black somehow manages to capture queen then rook to a8 is a checkmate. I don't know why didn't somebody find this explanation.

  12. Bro I had a game where this guy didn't have any of my pieces and he only had like 3 pawns 1 rook and the queen left

  13. The game of the century was bobby fischer's game against Donald Byrne, Robert's brother

  14. Put the queen to b5 then put horse to a5 and then put your queen to b7 easy checkmate

  15. 1. Qxa7 – Kxa7
    2. Ra5+ – Kb8
    3. Nb6, and whatever move black does, it's checkmate on the next move.

  16. Pb5
    Pb5 if Bb5
    Pb6 thenBlackPb6

  17. Qxa7+,Kxa7,Ra5+,Kb8,Nb6 and Ra8# cannot be stopped

  18. thank you for making this video ❤❤❤❤💕💕💕💕💕💕 very helpful

  19. Can anyone suggest name of this chess app?

  20. This game is at chess universe, Fischer's kingdom, level 14.

  21. Is this Bobby Fischer's Best Game Ever?
    What do You Think?

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