Paul Morphy: how good was he really? | ChessBase

Paul Morphy: how good was he really? | ChessBase

Bobby Fischer annotates Paul Morphy "Opera game" (chess)

Bobby Fischer annotates Paul Morphy "Opera game" (chess)

Bobby Fischer discusses (mostly) Paul Morphy

Bobby Fischer discusses (mostly) Paul Morphy

«Ayuda a tus piezas y ellas te ayudarán a ti» (Paul Morphy) Clase nº 12. Paul Morphy: http://ajedrezespectacular.blogspot.com.es/2014/02/clase-n-12-paul-morphy.html …

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«Ayuda a tus piezas y ellas te ayudarán a ti» (Paul Morphy) Clase nº 12. Paul Morphy: http://ajedrezespectacular.blogspot.com.es/2014/02/clase-n-12-paul-morphy.html …

Ajedrez Espectacular. Richard Guerrero: Clase nº 12. Paul Morphy

Ajedrez Espectacular. Richard Guerrero: Clase nº 12. Paul Morphy

Paul Charles Morphy (June 22, 1837 – July 10, 1884) was an American chess player. He is considered to have been the greatest chess master of his era and an unofficial World Chess Champion. He was a chess prodigy. He was called "The Pride and Sorrow of Chess" because he had a brief and brilliant chess career, but then retired from the game while still young. He gradually relapsed into a state of seclusion and eccentricity which culminated in unmistakable paranoia and delusions.

Paul Charles Morphy (June 22, 1837 – July 10, 1884) was an American chess player. He is considered to have been the greatest chess master of his era and an unofficial World Chess Champion. He was a chess prodigy. He was called "The Pride and Sorrow of Chess" because he had a brief and brilliant chess career, but then retired from the game while still young. He gradually relapsed into a state of seclusion and eccentricity which culminated in unmistakable paranoia and delusions.

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