CHESS Magazine - October 2021

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CHESS Magazine - October 2021

9846
$7.95

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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....................................................................................................................4

Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game

The New Norm(al)...............................................................................................8

Lawrence Cooper was delighted to see two norms achieved in Stafford

On the Road to GM...........................................................................................10

Ravi Haria annotates two key wins from Stafford and Northumbria

Norms Aplenty! .................................................................................................12

The successful Northumbria Masters saw five players make norms

Finally, British Champion...............................................................................14

Keith Arkell explains how he won the British Online Championship

Forthcoming Events.........................................................................................18

Where will you be playing this October?

Something Smells a Little (Stock)fishy..................................................20

Jonathan Pein had an unusual experience in the British Qualifier

Guildford’s 25 Years in the 4NCL: Part Two ........................................22

Roger Emerson and Nigel Povah on how Guildford raised the bar

How Good is Your Chess?..............................................................................26

Daniel King pays tribute to the highly-creative Evgeny Sveshnikov

The BCF's (Dis)Hon. Sec ................................................................................30

A scoresheet caused John Saunders to look into Frank Chetwynd

Never Mind the Grandmasters... ................................................................34

Carl features John Maurice, Count of Brühl in his hundredth column

Play Chess! ..........................................................................................................36

Graham Chesters on chess remaining at the forefront of events in Hull

60 Seconds with...Brandon Clarke............................................................38

The winner of the Northumbria Masters believes anything is possible

Veterans in Normandy ....................................................................................40

Trefor Thynne was delighted to be back at the board in Dieppe

Find the Winning Moves.................................................................................42

Can you do as well as the players in the Grand Chess Tour?

Getting a Handle on Lasker ..........................................................................45

Bob Jones explores why Emanuel Lasker was something of an enigma

Overseas News...................................................................................................48

Success for Daniel Dardha, Vincent Keymer and Joe Gallagher

Home News..........................................................................................................50

We remember the late Welsh FM and Olympian FM Iolo Jones

Solutions ...............................................................................................................52

This Month’s New Releases ..........................................................................53

Reviews of new books from Franco, Gormally, Markos and Soltis

Saunders on Chess............................................................................................58

John became rather gripped inputting the 1981 Regency Masters

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