Spassky, Boris

Boris Vasilievich Spassky is a Russian chess grandmaster. He was the tenth World Chess Champion, holding the title from 1969 to 1972. Spassky played three world championship matches: he lost to Tigran Petrosian in 1966; defeated Petrosian in 1969 to become world champion; then lost to Bobby Fischer in a famous match in 1972.

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Spassky, Boris - Geller, Efim
Candidats qf4, Sukhumi
1968
Spassky, Boris - Flohr, Salomon
22nd URS-ch, Moscow URS
1955.03.05
Spassky, Boris - Tal, Mikhail
Moscow, Moscow
1971
Spassky, Boris - Suetin, Alexei
25th URS-ch, Riga URS
1958
Kholmov, Ratmir - Spassky, Boris
23rd URS-ch, Leningrad URS
1956
Spassky, Boris - Tal, Mikhail
Moscow, Moscow
1971
Spassky, Boris - Tal, Mikhail
Candidats final, Tbilisi
1965
Balashov, Yuri S - Spassky, Boris
Bugojno, Bugojno
1978
Spassky, Boris - Tringov, Georgi
3rd World U20 ch final A, Antwerp
1955