Bobby Fischer

My 60 Memorable Games

First published in 1969 in "My 60 Memorable Games" Bobby Fischer goes over his most famous games.

Recommendations

>What are your five favourite chess books? Bobby Fischer’s My 60 Memorable Games

—Yasser Seirawan, https://www.kingpinchess.net/2015/04/yasser-seirawan/

I read ‘My 60 Memorable Games’ and I think it’s a good book. The comments are not too long, but relatively exact. There are some inaccuracies, but not many, especially for that time.

—David Navara, https://chess24.com/en/read/news/david-navara-what-helps-me-is-good-intuition

>What books have you read that helped you to become stronger? I have read classics like Fischer's My 60 memorable games

—Pentala Harikrishna, https://chessbase.in/news/Interview_with_Pentala_Harikrishna

The book that I was trying to model my book after was "My 60 Memorable Games". I mean that book is a classic. He gets straight to the point. He goes straight to the game and gives you all those, sometimes nifty, psychological descriptions or explanations of why he did this, or did that.

—Gata Kamsky, 13:00 https://www.perpetualchesspod.com/new-blog/2019/4/16/episode-122-gm-gata-kamsky

Here are some books I really like: "My 60 Memorable Games" by Bobby Fischer...

—Levon Aronian, https://www.crestbook.com/en/node/1547

The best games of Bobby Fischer annotated by himself.