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Being the head of or principals of major international competing corporations, it seems plausible that Fischer and Saito would have seen each other's faces at some point, if only in a picture, somewhere. Why did Fischer not recognize Saito and immediately assume something strange was going on?

Based on what I've read on the internet thus far, one theory is that Fischer Jr was not as involved with the family business and may not have recognized Saito as a competitor which makes sense as Cobb states as Fischer Sr gets weaker the godfather not the son gets more powerful indicating that Browning was more involved with business than Fischer Jr

Joseph Levin asked the question 2011-02-06 01:52:20 UTC view / hide
Syren provided an answer 2011-04-18 00:43:19 UTC view / hide

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