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Lasker-Tarrasch deserves to be thought about since absolutely nobody would have disputed it at the time, but we trust statistics more nowadays. Capablanca-Alekhine happened far too close to Lasker's tournament successes of the mids, since it wasn't clear that he had retired again at the time.
And Spassky as mentioned was losing his lustre by Didnt Karpov beat spassky in the candidates? Didnt Fischer beat Spassky wins in ? Karpov could barely handle Korchnoi and Korchnoi was a leftover from a different era. Isn't it possible Korchnoi simply aged better than any other player in history? He was still in the top five back when he was about He won strong events at 70 and He was in the Top in the mid s. Just because virtually every guy pushing 50 falls by the wayside doesn't mean exceptions don't exist. I guess chess in the late 90s was terrible too since there was a girl in the top There's nothing weak about top level chess in any era by definition.
It's top level. But none the less, the top level chess of the late 70s allowed an aging chess player to score well.
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Even Tal had a resurgence during this period. He suddenly rose up to be 3 in the world again. Regarding Fischer, I think if he had played for another year after winning his championship and had enjoyed the same kind of results he had in , his rating would be been That would put him in the middle of the pack of the top ten today in He achieved that rating before all of the rating inflation which makes it even more incredible.
Perhaps if he had been playing in the inflated ratings era, his ELO would have been near Karpov thinks that he and Fischer were stronger than Carlsen. He also thinks that ratings are way overinflated. His opening repertoire could be more varied and he could also work more, but nevertheless, he has a wonderful memory and his own take on the opening and other issues. In my day I became World Champion when the best chess players had ratings at about , Rating inflation has taken place?
Inflation is obvious, yes. I think Karpov deliberately underestimated Fischer's rating when he said he peaked at I think Fischer's top rating was , as is indicated on his player page Robert James Fischer Yes, Karpov was about 50 points ahead of Korchnoi, as Karpov pointed out, but Fischer was points ahead of Spassky who was 2 at the time. Like tennis: after winning the first set you are going to think to have the match in the pocket. Wilhelm Steinitz. Emanuel Lasker.
German, but TEA. Jose Raul Capablanca. Alexander Alekhine.
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