Quote of the day (from 1988)

Actually it’s from the NYT review of the musical Chess:

Until the Spassky-Fischer match in Reykjavik in 1972, chess was a game … in which a handful of exquisitely trained players with extraordinary creative imagination and monomaniacal dedication engaged in tactical and psychic warfare against each other, to the vast disinterest of much of the world.


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