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Boris Spassky Seriously Ill

  • SonofPearl
  • on 23/09/10 09:48.

Russian news sources are reporting that the former world champion, Boris Vasilievich Spassky is seriously ill, having been hospitalized after suffering a stroke.

Spassky, now 73 years old, fully recovered from a previous stroke in 2006, but the tone of news reports suggest that this time it is more serious, and the tenth world champion is fighting for his life.

Spassky was world chess champion from 1969 until 1972, taking the title from Tigran Petrosian and losing it to Bobby Fischer.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Boris Vasilievich!

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  • hace 3 años

    HEROKBOSS

    bless u :)

  • hace 4 años

    Loufoque


    Borris in spite of its last disease is better! I met and played against GMI spassky, because it directed as coach the French team in the Nineties 2000. of course I lost, but I am his career since the years 1975, I were young and already for me it was the champion of all times, as well as Kasparov. today I reassure you it am better, and intend to make a tournament in Russia during the summer… That god keeps this champion in good health, and chess.com too

  • hace 4 años

    _Jesse_James

    Mr. Boris Spassky...   A true champion that many fail to realize his genious knowledge in chess. Bobby Fisher had to learn the russian language to study russian books to have a chance at defeating the great Spassky because he failed so many times before. I personally feel that Spassky was the better player. Now my idol is in need of support and prayer, not chess praise. I pray that u recover fully Mr. Spassky. And i hope ur health gets stronger. God bless u and ur family

  • hace 4 años

    Maseh

    Is there any remover of difficulties save God....

    My best wishes to his recovery

  • hace 4 años

    Cario

    Best Regards.

  • hace 4 años

    MI Kacparov

    good!

  • hace 4 años

    SonofPearl

    The latest reports say that Boris Spassky is conscious again and in a stable condition.

  • hace 4 años

    J_OCG

    The chess community are with you Sir Boris!!

  • hace 4 años

    leunamciden

    MY prayers go to Boris and his family,one of the greatest chess tactician !May the Good God be with you during this hard times that you are undergoing.

  • hace 4 años

    joule05

    Boris Spassky
    was one of the best players of all time
    has given so much to the world of chess
    I hope he recovers soon!

  • hace 4 años

    kkjimbo

    Boris is my favorite player of all time. I still maintain if he and Bobby had played their WCC match when Boris was at his peak and without the mind games Bobby used we could well have seen a different result. God be with you Boris and I hope you pull through.

  • hace 4 años

    IdrinkJack

    Best wishes for a recovery sir.

  • hace 4 años

    dean_sam

    he is a lagend...

  • hace 4 años

    oscartheman

    Get Well Spassky, you can overcome this. I hope you do. You're the best!

  • hace 4 años

    MondoBach22

    Get well soon GM Spassky!

  • hace 4 años

    DadInc

    Young Boris. May God bless him, his family and the world chess community as he is fighting the biggest battle of his life.

    Boris Spassky

  • hace 4 años

    rohitsharda

    may god bless him with healthiness and long life!

  • hace 4 años

    preampchess

    It will be great loss in the world of chess if someone like spassky cannot survive in his greatest battle in life. We wish for your good health spassky. We'll just include you in our prayer.

  • hace 4 años

    mungoslim

    Mr. Spassky served the chess world with great dignity amid some tense historical decades, and his contribution to society through chess speaks volumes about the honor of the man.

  • hace 4 años

    fishnguy

    I met Mr. Spassky many years ago at a California chess tournement ( sponsored by Masson wines) He was truely a gentleman and I was priveledged to get his autograph. Best wishes to you and may you recover soon.

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