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The next seven games games 14 through 20 were drawn. Fischer was unable to get the initiative. Spassky was choosing lines that Fischer was unable to break. The game was postponed at Spassky's request. Spassky had the upper hand Karpov. Spassky blundered it back on move 27, however, and the game settled into a move draw.
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Fischer returned to the Najdorf Sicilian, but played the main line rather than the Poisoned Pawn Variation with which he had lost game At move 13, Fischer sacrificed a pawn for counterplay , which Spassky accepted. Rd7 the game was even, but when Spassky took a second pawn with Fischer played the Exchange Variation of the Ruy Lopez, a favorite line of his.
Rfe8 the game was equal Gipslis. Fischer played the Pirc Defense for the first time in his career. Qc7 the game was unclear Parma. The game opened with a Richter—Rauzer Attack. The second Alekhine's Defense of the match, the game ended in a draw after 40 moves. Bh5 the position was unclear Bagirov. Another Richter—Rauzer, after Fischer headed for a drawish endgame but Spassky twice avoided a draw by threefold repetition.
This game turned out to be the last game. Fischer used a line of the Sicilian that he had never before played as Black, and further surprised Spassky with a novelty on move eight. Qxf6 the game was equal Taimanov. However, Fischer's 40th move was not the best; he should have played Had Spassky sealed Kg4 , he would have had drawing chances. Kg4 followed by pushing his h-pawn.
Spassky won three games including the forfeit in game 2 , Fischer won seven games, and there were eleven draws.
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Fischer's crushing victory made him an instant celebrity. Fischer also made an appearance on a Bob Hope TV special. He himself espoused this strategy in the match: With each game, he coasted closer to the title, while Spassky lost a chance to fight back. This style of chess offended Fischer. Instead he demanded the format be changed to that used in the very first World Chess Championship , between Wilhelm Steinitz and Johannes Zukertort , where the winner was the first player to score 10 wins with draws not counting.
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In case of a 9—9 score, the champion would retain title, and the prize fund split equally. The delegates voted in favor of Fischer's win proposal, but rejected the 9—9 clause as well as the possibility of an unlimited match. Anatoly Karpov , who had fought his way through the candidates tournament , was declared World Champion by forfeit.
Franco has five games with this structure 4 main games and a supplementary one , each game informing the treatment of the next. The first section of the 'manoeuvring' Chapter together with the 'regrouping' section have a unifying theme: It's an interesting authorial approach; Franco says that the basic instructional method was suggested by Nimzowitsch. Assembling these grouplets requires a specific set of related games, and the author must have spent a long time finding ones that served such a purpose.
I think he succeeded. Franco says in the Introduction that he is putting 'special emphasis on the positional aspects, and above all on the explanations to the moves'. This means that the tactics are there, as always, but not emphasised.