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T14E M40CH1GAN DA(LY

Friday, August 18, 1972

Page Ten TI-if MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 18, 1972

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Match halted;
Fischer rolls

REYKJAVIK, Iceland (Pi -
Champion Boris Spas.ky and
Bobby Fischer adjourned the
15th game it their match for
the world chess title last night
and experts said the Russian
was in a poor position to keep
F i s c h e r from winning and
steamrolling to within three
points of the crown.
A loss for Spassky when the
gamebrestmes today would pt
him behind 8'1h-5!2 in the 24-
g a m e championship s e r i e s.
Chess enthusiasts here for the
match could not recall anyone
piling up such an overwhelming
lead in the history of the world
title match.
Spassky needs 12 points to re-
tain the championship. Fischer,
the chess wizard from Brooklyn,
N.Y., needs 12 points to wrest
it away.
After 40 moves 'esterdav,
Spassky sealed his 41st move
and handed the envelope to chief
referee Lothar Schmid. The ad-
journment followed a series of
exchanges in which the plaoers
maneuvered for dominance bI
depleting each other's forces.
IN THE FINAL SERIES of
plays, Spassky's king was con-
stantly threatened. On his 30th
play, he opened up his king's
defenses, taking a menacing
Fischer bishop with a pawn.
Fischer put the king in check
with his queen, then his knight.
Spassky was forced to take the
knight and in return to lose his
bishop.
Fischer moved his queen to
give check again and left the
Russian in a harried defensive
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pcttre at the conclusion of to-
day's play.
F I S C H E R, who arrived
promptly, took up a Sicilian de-
fense and managed to avoid the
poison pawn variation on the
seventh move. But he was a bit
taken aback with the Spassky
response.
Beginning with a novel eighth
queen move, Spassky drove
down the center of he board,.
forcing Fischer's main pieces to
remain cramped on the second
row.
Eight months of preparation
against the challenger's Sicilian
with 35 Soviet grand masters
were paying off, experts said.
The challenger spent almost 30
minutes wrorking out his 12th
move, with Spassky threatening
to push his king's pawn to the
fifth sqare. Finally, Fischer
castled s-moving his king to
relative safety in acknowledg-
ment of the potential danger.
So-sask had i choice of two
strong moves t-pushing his
sawis rr cptstairag blck's kigts
sitllshis bisp.Hle 'apttird.
FISCIIIR TN ILGHT for an-
other 2 mimtes.i le recaptured,
with his knight - he was of-
fering a pawn sacrifice, and
opening his queenside, where his
king was.
Mitutes before the chatmpion
arrived, Referee Lothar Schmid
appealed to the audience for ab-
solute quiet. He said he had re-
ceived a "very special request
from one of the players."
Schmid received a letter from
a Fischer aide yesterday morn-
inginforming him that Fischer
would be unwilling to continue
to play in the main auditorium
if conditions there were not
"controlled."
Fischer has complained the
noise level is too high. He says
he can hear children running
around and candy wrappers
crunching.
What, (gahIn!
white--spassky Back-Fischer
1.K4 P-QB4
2.-KB3t P-Q
3 4 PxP
4KtP K-RB3
5.-ons P-QR3
7. KR-K B-K'2
S.B3 Q-B
o Q-Kn O-o
Elapsed time: Spassky 7 mnutes,
Fischer 13 minutes.
1 B KKxI
15. 110 P-Kt5
16. Kt-R4 R RI-Ktt
17. Q-B Kt-.Q2
Elapsed time: Spassky 64 minutes,
Fischer 84 minutes.
18. K-Ktl K-Kt
19. P-B3 Kt-R4
20. B-B2 PxP
21. KtxBP B-KB3
22. P-KK3 P-KR4
23. P-K5 PxP
24; PxP B-KRi
25. Kt-B3 R-Qi
26. RxRch RxR
27. Kt-KKt5 BxP
28. QxP R-Q2
29. QxRP lxKt
30. PxB Q-Kt3ch
Elapsed time: Spassky 116 minutes,
Fischer 120 minutes.. .
31' K-Ba Q-R4
32. Q-RSch K-R2
33. P-QR4 Kt-Q6ch
34. BxKt RxB
35. K-B2 R-Q4
36. R-K4 R-Qi
37. Q-Kt7 Q-KB4
38. K-K3 Q-Q4ch
39. K-R3 Q-Q7
40. R-Kt4 Q-Ba8ch
Adoaaed~.
Elapsed tie: Spassky - including
saled 41st move - 159 minutes
Fischer 141 minutes.
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