CHESS Magazine - April 2019


CHESS Magazine - April 2019


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CHESS Magazine - April 2019
Gold & Silver: Luke McShane helps England to a Silver medal and picks up Gold on board 2

Magazine, 60 pages

All the regular features of the UK's best-selling CHESS magazine and more! Regular features include: How Good is Your Chess? by GM Daniel King, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters..., Studies, Home & Overseas News, Forthcoming Events Calendar and Book Reviews.

In this issue:
  • Editorial - Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game
  • 60 Seconds with...Blair Connell - The Guildford-based player is a big fan of the Jobava London System
  • Gunina Shines - The Russians dominated the inaugural Cairns Cup in St. Louis
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King presents a brave and brutal mating attack
  • Forthcoming Events - Will you be playing somewhere over Easter?
  • Not as Solid as a Rock - More excitement and instruction from Gibraltar
  • The Path to the Top - News of who qualified for the Championship Pool in the 4NCL
  • The Rise of the Machine - Deep Learning expert Kanwal Bhatia enjoyed two new books
  • Fifty Years Ago - Ben Graff looks back to 1969 and Petrosian vs Spassky
  • James Sherwin - John Stubbs and Chris Beaumont met up with the American legend
  • Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at the 4NCL and on the Rock?
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl Portman’s autobiography would be called ‘My Greatest Mistakes’
  • Readers’ Letters - Your thoughts on newspaper columns and The Grandmaster
  • How Chess Ideas Evolve - Amatzia Avni charts the journey of a couple of his creations
  • Overseas News - 62nd seed Kaido Kulaots won the ever strong Aeroflot Open
  • Young Stars Shine - Bob Jones reports from Exeter as Shreyas Royal annotates
  • Home News - Success for Arkell, Hebden, McPhillips and Imperial College
  • This Month’s New Releases - Sean Marsh enjoyed Michal Krasenkow’s best games collection
  • Saunders on Chess - John remembers when MCO was the definite opening tome