CHESS Magazine - May 2019
David's Delight: The full story of England's Astana triumph
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...Aditya Munshi - The Nottingham teenager certainly enjoys his chess
- A Silver Lining - Russia won the World Team Championship and England also shone
- Forthcoming Events - Will you be playing chess over either Bank Holiday weekend?
- The Old and the New - Hikaru Nakamura and Jennifer Yu triumphed at the U.S. Championships
- Manx Derailed - Guildford were left in a clear lead after round 8 of the 4NCL
- Endgame Masterclass - Gawain Jones presents two instructive endings from Astana
- Studies with Stephenson - David Hodge triumphed at the British Chess Solving Championship
- Fifty Years Ago - John Saunders looks back at the world’s best players in 1969
- Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at the 4NCL?
- How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King presents an Adhiban win from the World Teams
- Opening Trends - The Reti continues to hold sway at the top of the chart
- Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl Portman has been frustrated by a run of draws
- Blundering - Matthew Lunn examines four instructive early blunders
- Overseas News - Vladislav Artemiev triumphed once again in the European Individual
- Home News - Alan Merry and Aditya Munshi did well at the Nottingham Congress
- This Month’s New Releases - Works from McFarland and on the Alekhine come under the microscope
- Saunders on Chess - Magnus Carlsen’s play of late has reminded John of Alekhine
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