For Those in Favor of the Ego:
Bobby Fischer - Chess prodigy born in 1943 (at 14 yrs of age, the youngest champion ever) + most dominant player by 1969
had a strange and unusual life - no doubt as he believed in the Ego as challenger. His mortal life came to a close in 2008, a
fugitive from the United States on charges of violating a trade embargo. His body was exhumed from a cemetery in Iceland
on July 23, 2010 for DNA sampling, to determine paternity results based on a claim a Filipino woman he purportedly coupled
with, brought forward a daughter, claiming inheritance. Her name = Jinky. In 1969 Velma of Scooby Doo coined “Jinkies”. It is so.
For Those in Favor of Good Moves:
Bobby Fischer - is quoted as having said on multiple occasions while competing professionally “I don’t believe in psychology. I
believe in good moves.” On August 17, 2004 a fugitive from the U.S. Justice Department for violating sanctions on the former
Yugoslavia, Mr. Fischer was detained in Japan when trying to travel on a revoked U.S. Passport. In response, Mr. Fischer appealed
to the U.S. to help him renounce his U.S. citizenship, as he had plans to marry a leading Japanese Chess official. Wiyoko Matai.
She was later quoted as saying in his defense “ He’s a dreamboat - I think of Bobby as a king...and I would like to become queen.”