Teen-Ager Wins National Chess Title
Teen-Ager Teen-Ager Teen-Ager Wins National Chess Title NEW YORK OP) Fifteen-year- Fifteen-year- Fifteen-year- Fifteen-year- old Bobby Fischer, the Brooklyn whiz kid, won his second straight National chess championship Sunday when he drew with Robert Robert Byrne of Indianapolis in 28 moves. That gave Fischer an 8-2 8-2 8-2 record. Bobby didn't lose a match, but a draw counts a half point in the losing column. Samuel Reshevsky of New York, the only grand master competing, finished second with Vh-2-Vi. Vh-2-Vi. Vh-2-Vi. Vh-2-Vi. Vh-2-Vi. His only loss was to Fischer. He drew with Paul Benko, a Hungarian refugee, in 14 moves in his final match.