CHESS Magazine - August 2018
American Express! Wesley So and Hikaru Nakamura clean up at the faster time controls of the Grand Chess Tour Events in Paris & Leuven
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...
, 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...Alan Byron - We catch up with the Producer of Closing Gambit
- American Express - Wesley So and Hikaru Nakamura dominated the start of the GCT
- Amateur Hour! - David Gilbert puts the gloss on Kos and the 2018 ACO Championships
- How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King looks at a stylish attack from the American Continental
- Variations on a Theme - Or, as Petrosian said, chess is a concrete game, by James Essinger
- The Dynamic Nature of Opening Theory - Daniel Fernandez reflects on his new book on the Caro-Kann
- Find the Winning Moves... - Can you do as well as the players in the Grand Chess Tour?
- Closing Gambit - Alan Byron’s film tells the story of the 1978 Karpov-Korchnoi match
- Studies with Stephenson - Brian takes the reader through some retrograde analysis
- Find Another Place - Chess & Other Stories - Ben Graff explains all about his debut work for Matador
- Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl reports from the NATO Chess Championships in Texas
- Opening Trends - The Reti and London continue to prove popular
- Read All About Read - David LeMoir explains all about a little-known Norfolk hero
- The Royall Game - Bob Jones recounts the history of The Royall Game of Chesse-Play
- Home News - There’s been plenty of recent success for English juniors
- Overseas News - The Pula Open was all about four British raiders who plundered well
- Saunders on Chess - John has been enjoying England’s success at football - and chess
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