Bobby Fischer’s King’s Indian Attack crushes future Philippine Champion

This is a chess game between 14-year-old Bobby Fischer and Rodolfo Tan Cardoso, played in New York in 1957. Cardoso, who would later become Philippine Chess Champion in 1958 and 1963, deploys his dark-squared bishop on a suboptimal square. This allows Fischer to continue energetically in the center and, in the process, force Cardoso to respond in an inconsistent fashion. A recurring theme in Fischer’s play out of the King’s Indian Attack in this game is a pawn attacking a minor piece.
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PGN
1. Nf3 Nf6 2. g3 d5 3. Bg2 Bf5 4. O-O e6 5. d3 Bd6 6. Nbd2 h6
7. e4 Bg4 8. h3 Bxf3 9. Nxf3 Nbd7 10. Qe2 dxe4 11. dxe4 Bc5
12. e5 Nd5 13. c4 Ne7 14. Bd2 Nf5 15. Kh2 c6 16. b4 Be7
17. Bc3 g5 18. Nd2 Qc7 19. Ne4 Rg8 20. c5 Kf8 21. Nd6 b6
22. Nxf5 exf5 23. e6 Bf6 24. Rad1 Ne5 25. Rfe1 Ng4+ 26. hxg4
Bxc3 27. Rd7 Qc8 28. Rxf7+ Ke8 29. Rd1 Rg7 30. Rxg7 Bxg7
31. gxf5 Kf8 32. e7+

52 Comments

  1. [Event "AI Factory's Chess"]

    [Site "Android Device"]

    [Date "2024.06.20"]

    [Round "1"]

    [White "Cpu (12)"]

    [Black "You"]

    [PlyCount "52"]

    [Result "0-1"]

    1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 d6 3. Nf3 g6 4. Nc3 Bg7 5. e4 O-O

    6. Be2 c6 7. O-O Nb8d7 8. Be3 h6 9. Qc1 Re8 10. Bxh6 e5

    11. Bxg7 Kxg7 12. d5 Rh8 13. Qe3 c5 14. Bd3 Rh5 15. h3 Qh8

    16. Nb5 Ng4 17. Qd2 Nb6 18. Nxd6 Bd7 19. Nxb7 Qh7 20. Nxc5 Rh8

    21. Qa5 Rxh3 22. Nh2 Rxh2 23. Ne6+ Bxe6 24. g3 Qh3 25. dxe6 Rh1+ 0-1

  2. Jerry, your gift to viewers is Chessmanna, while others mostly promote Chessmania, for chesszinging. Including the scribble, is like Bibble, for starters and stars, however few spew the clues in the stew we all hunger for when sitting at our putes learner how to compute the refusals in perusal. So, fully sated, and happy not having to tape cause you vaped and did not gape like the 800 apes! I will play , KIA or how you say A07-A08!

  3. Insane how much difference a +7% accuracy can provide.

  4. Thank you for the valuable chess sessions ❤❤

  5. Im a Filipino at that time Philippines is in a world stage of chess Eugene Torre has the highest achievement in chess playing Fischer tal Kasparov Karpov and now Wesley so is in the top level Filipino playing carlsen ding naka and other top player right now. And this two players have a good score of ther respective opponent.

  6. very good. never have been able to evaluate games this was educational

  7. His understanding was just unreal. He was so good at tactical and positional play, he really did it all, absolutely lethal combo

  8. Great game. I just love all the games from OGs,. It’s like a story. A movie🔥

  9. 2:00 I analyze this with the engine and don't see how can be justified to give up the knight like that.
    Edit' Looks like an error in your análisis

  10. Very Instructive. Thanks Jerry.

  11. I love these videos. No noise, just chess and jerry.

  12. Jerry who are your top 3 chess players of all time?

  13. I'm frequently wondering whether they modelled 11 from stranger things on fischer at this age.

  14. it's as if every black move had no effect and white just shut down every chance.

  15. Thank you Jerry – but whats wrong in 1:50 with taking that undefended knight .. Bxe5?

  16. 1:52 gonna assume this was a blooper because otherwise Jerry just hung a knight☹️

  17. Fischer was so strong tactically at such a young age, you can see future world champion written all over this game. Perfect play by Fischer easily at the level of any chess player today.

  18. 97 % accuracy by Fischer at 14 years of age without any engine help just amazing this is one of the many reasons I consider him the best

  19. Great game; superb analysis. Will remember e4 unsupported by a major piece is a tactical shot when Black has same set up as here, ie, d5/e6/Bf5, Bd6/Nf6.

  20. Another awesome game. Always have loved this channel, but as of late the sheer amount of quality games has been remarkable. Once again and as always, thank you Jerry

  21. Fischer's play was always dynamic and and very straightforward..he aleays play for the initiative.

  22. B4 is often an effective move in chess, as many people at my local bar or library will agree. Thanks for the great content Jerry.

  23. Fischer was just amazing, especially as a 14 year old. Great video Jerry.

  24. “An accident is going to happen here” is such funny phrasing, makes me laugh every time 😂

  25. Just as masterful as Bobby was over the chess board so are your videos to your loyal community. Thank you Jerry

  26. Bobby was just unbelievable for the time (and his age!) Just an incredible and unique talent.

  27. Why would the knight jymp to e5? That's a free piece? Bxe5. Then I'm guessing xe4. You still have time to defend the rook and move your bishop?

  28. On 1:52, why Black doesn't just play BxN? White knight on e5 is hanging (?)

  29. at 6:18 a possible reply to 11 Nd4 could be Nc5 – covers b7 – probly missing smthg tho

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