The game itself was majestic, by far the best to date. Harry Golombek
described it as "a masterpiece through and through." Fischer was able
to create and then remorselessly exploit vulnerable spots in Spassky's
barricade, prizing his defenses apart before battering him with the
rooks and queen, and without once leaving his own position at ...
At the very least we know that in 1992 a man that looked and sounded like an aged version of Bobby Fischer played Boris Spassky in a match, and won it. Assuming that this old man was actually not Fischer, we must think of plausible alternatives for who it possibly could've been. What old man besides Bobby Fischer will look like Bobby Fischer and be able to ...
Svetozar Gligoric, who was there, wrote in his book on the match:
With thousands of spectators applauding Fischer's classical style win in the sixth game, Spassky did the same, while offering his hand to the challenger. In order not to be touched by his opponent's gracious behaviour, 'I had to go away' said Fischer to friends afterwards.