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Art.-No.: LZBCM200911
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British Chess Magazine - November 2009

56 pages, stitched, BCM, 1. edition 2009.

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Details
Language English
Publisher BCM
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 100 g
Width 14.8 cm
Height 21 cm
Pages 56
Year of Publication 2009
Binding stitched
Contents

566 Nanjing - it was Magnus Carlsen all the way at the 'Pearl Spring' tournament - which could prove to be one of the most significant turning points in the past decade.Ian Rogers was present to witness Carlsen's star turn and annotate all his fey games.

578 Short-Efimenko - Nigel Short faced a tough assignment in Ukraine, playing one of that country's best young grandmasters. He lost the first game -could he recover? Read on...

584 Paignton - this well-loved congress is almost as traditional as Devon cream - Keith Arkell writes about one of his favourite events and annotates some games.

588 A Reader Recollects... Mike Read

590 Reviews and New Books

592 Games Department with Sam Collins

595 Spot The Continuation

596 Speelman on the Endgame

604 Inventi Antwerp

606 How to Win Without Thinking

608 News in Brief

610 Quotes and Queries

611 Endgame Studies 600 Kasparov-Karpov, Valencia

614 Forthcoming Events

British Chess Magazine - November 2009

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