In four formats: ChessBase, Chess Assistant, Chess Informant, and PGN.
The Chess Informants 92-94 brings a selection of 1,450 fully annotated theoretically important games and 1,588 accompanying game fragments played between October 2004 and September 2005.
This collection features major contributions from the chess elite, including G. Kasparov, V. Anand, Lékó, Ivanchuk, Svidler, Kramnik, Ju. Polgár, Grischuk, Mi. Adams, B. Gelfand, Shirov, Nisipeanu, R. Ponomariov, Tiviakov, Iv. Sokolov, Dreev, Bologan, J. Lautier, Bruzón, Vallejo Pons, N. Short, An. Karpov, V. Malakhov, Kasimdzhanov, Sakaev, A. Volokitin, A. Moiseenko, Sasikiran, P. Eljanov, Sergey Karjakin, Krasenkow, Sutovsky, B. Avrukh, V. Milov, M. Gurevich, Rublevsky, Van Wely, Ki. Georgiev, Z. Izoria, P. H. Nielsen, Vescovi, A. Naiditsch, Al. Onischuk, S. Movsesian, L. Domínguez, M. Kobalia, Motylev, A. Beliavsky, J. Timman, Gyimesi, And. Sokolov, A. Istratescu, Atalik, Korchnoi, Alex. Fedorov, Ni Hua, Illescas Córdoba, Sergey Volkov, Berkes, Ch. Lutz, Christiansen, Je. Piket, Ribli, Speelman, Xie Yun, J. Benjamin, Ar. Jussupow, Mikhalchishin, Va. Salov, and many others.
Trademark sections brings the voting for the ten best games and the ten most important theoretical novelties from Chess Informants 91, 92 & 93, theoretical surveys in ECO format (A 18, D 17 & D 48), the most interesting combinations (45) and endings (27) from recent tournament practice, studies (27), tournament standings and crosstables, and the best of Robert Huebner's, Michael Adams' and Veselin Topalov's creative output.