Jul 16, 2004; Leipzig, EAST GERMANY; (File Photo 10/20/1960) Former world chess champion BOBBY FISCHER of the United States, arrested in Japan and wanted in his home country since 1992 for breaking an international embargo on the former Yugoslavia, is widely considered one of the sport's most brilliant minds of all times. In 1972, in Helsinki, the American genius broke 24 years of Soviet dominance by defeating Boris Spassky, and took home a world championship. Pictured: BOBBY FISCHER, plays against Munoz of Ecuador at the Olympic Games in chess. (Credit Image: KEYSTONE Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS

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Jul 16, 2004; Leipzig, EAST GERMANY; (File Photo 10/20/1960) Former world chess champion BOBBY FISCHER of the United States, arrested in Japan and wanted in his home country since 1992 for breaking an international embargo on the former Yugoslavia, is widely considered one of the sport's most brilliant minds of all times. In 1972, in Helsinki, the American genius broke 24 years of Soviet dominance by defeating Boris Spassky, and took home a world championship. Pictured: BOBBY FISCHER, plays against Munoz of Ecuador at the Olympic Games in chess. (Credit Image: KEYSTONE Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)