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May 18, 2011
Dr. Frank Brady, the president of the Marshall Chess Club, talks about the New York International in June. He also touches on his latest book ENDGAME: Bobby Fischer's Remarkable Rise and Fall—from America's Brightest Prodigy to the Edge of Madness. The book was also profiled by Al Lawrence in the Februray issue of Chess Life Magazine.

This interview was filmed during the Philadelphia Open last month, but there's no better time to post it on CLO. Next week on May 24, events starring the Marshall Chess Club and Bobby Fischer will hit New York. On May 24 the Marshall will host a blitz extravaganza in Bryant Park to celebrate the New York premiere of Bobby Fischer Against the World. The same evening, the World Chess Hall of Fame and Museum (to open September 9th in Saint Louis) will host a reception--the World Chess Hall of Fame and Museum will follow this up with another movie reception in Saint Louis on May 26th. Look for details on both events on CLO, including a US Chess Scoop video on the New York event.
 
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