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LZNICM1902

New in Chess Magazine 2019/2

106 Seiten, Broschüre, New in Chess, 1. Auflage 2019

13,99 €
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Read by Club Players in 116 Countries

Editor-in-chief Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam was Vladimir Kramnik’s guest in his home in Geneva. Kramnik shares his deep views on his life, career and motivation. An amazing interview that will remain a touchstone for years to come.

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Gewicht 230 g
Hersteller New in Chess
Breite 21 cm
Höhe 27 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2019
Autor Dirk Jan ten GeuzendamJan Timman
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 978-9056918330
Seiten 106
Einband Broschüre

8 Go, Lasker!

DeepMind’s interest in both chess and go is nothing new. Emanuel Lasker was also fascinated by the ancient Chinese game.

10 NIC’s Café

How much did Lisa Lane get for her signed copy of the first ever issue of Sports Illustrated with a chess player on the cover? And can chess pieces ward off evil spirits?

12 Your Move

What happened to Nigel Short’s column? And was Samuel Reshevsky really such an obnoxious opponent?

14 Carlsen sets new record

Ever since his stunning debut way back in 2004, when as a 13-year-old kid he made his first GM norm, Magnus Carlsen has had warm ties with Wijk aan Zee. At the end of the 81st Tata Steel tournament, the Norwegian phenomenon lifted the winner’s trophy for a record seventh time.

41 Fair & Square

Donner on chess as an educational tool and more.

42 Interview: Vladimir Kramnik

The news of his retirement from professional chess elicited reactions of shock, sympathy and admiration. An apt moment to look back.

50 Talent Watch

The Tata Steel Challengers is an ideal launch pad for future champions. What about his year’s crop?

62 Surprises by the Dutch seaside

Inevitably, new opening ideas were tested in Wijk aan Zee.

66 Judit Polgar

When your next move looks forced or automatic, it may be useful to think twice.

70 Artemiev unstoppable

As the top seeds faltered and fell by the wayside, a rising tide of promising youngsters dominated the Gibraltar Chess Festival. Vladislav Artemiev (20) won seven games and went straight for first place.

84 Chess Pattern Recognition

Cornered queens: assets to be happy about or liabilities to worry about?

86 Maximize Your Tactics

Find the right moves.

88 The Blitz Whisperer

Maxim Dlugy takes a closer look at the speed chess qualities of Jan-Krzysztof Duda after the Polish youngster finished second at the Blitz World Championship.

96 Sadler on Books

Five stars for Kurt Richter’s biography and Jan Timman’s unputdownable tome on the five epic Kasparov-Karpov matches.

102 Waiting for a mistake