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New in Chess Magazine 2011/8

106 Seiten, Broschüre, New in Chess, 1. Auflage 2011.

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Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor ten Geuzendam, Dirk Jan
Timman, Jan
Verlag New in Chess
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 270 g
Breite 21 cm
Höhe 27 cm
Seiten 106
Erscheinungsjahr 2011
Einband Broschüre
Inhalte

006 NIC's Café

008 Your Move

012 Carlsen perseveres and prevails in Moscow

In the last round of an epic Tal Memorial Magnus Carlsen ground down Hikaru Nakamura to edge out Levon Aronian by the tiniest of margins. The Norwegian magnanimously recapped: 'Perhaps Aronian even played better than me', only to claim almost in the same breath, and with a grin, that he felt he was still the rightful winner: 'Rules are rules, of course!'

025 HD live video

Over the past year viewers of major events in Russia have been treated to top-class live video coverage. Macauley Peterson stopped by Moscow for a 'behind the scenes' tour at the Tal Memorial.

032 The power of pulling strings

In chess circles outside Russia Arkady Dvorkovich is barely known, yet he is one of the most powerful persons of our game.

042 Hou Yifan retains title

In the Albanian capital of Tirana, the 17-year-old Chinese Women's World Champion was never in any real danger against challenger Humpy Koneru.

046 Short Stories

'My general rule of thumb is that if a coach can add half a point to the score of his charge during a tournament, he is doing a par job', writes Nigel Short.

048 The Art of the Endgame

To whet your appetite, we bring you an excerpt of Jan Timman's new book The Art of the Endgame, a true labour of love.

052 Germany upsets favourites

Very few experts, if any, predicted the surprise winners of the European Team Championships in Porto Carras.

072 'Let me entertain you!'

Jimmy Adams remembers Misha Tal in a tribute brimming with personal memories.

084 S.O.S.

The QGD solid? Push h4!

088 Hertan's Forcing Moves

090 Crushing comeback

At the Women's GP in Nalchik, Zhao Xue demonstrated that she is still capable of the monster scores she used to be famous for.

094 Paul and I

Hans Ree read 'the most revealing self-portrait of a chess player ever seen'.

100 Bizarre and unique

Jan Timman examines the mind-boggling battle between Kramnik and Carlsen at the Tal Memorial.

106 Just Checking

Which three people would Georg Meier invite for dinner?

New in Chess Magazine 2011/8

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