Chess Magazine Sampler (5 issues)

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Chess Magazine Sampler (5 issues)

10016
$9.00

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December 2018

  • 60 Seconds with...Thomas Engqvist - The Swedish author and IM twice enjoyed playing David Bronstein
  • Battling with the Best - Andrew Ledger reports from the European Club Cup in Greece
  • Mr & Mrs Monopolise the Manx Money - The Isle of Man attracted a stellar field, watched by John Saunders
  • Brilliancies in Batumi - Ding Liren and Sarunas Sulskis both won in style at the Olympiad
  • The Welsh Ordeal - Carl Strugnell reports as much on the Kobuleti Olympiad as Batumi
  • The 300 Most Important Chess Positions - Thomas Engqvist presents three and you can win his new book
  • Christmas Stocking Fillers - Uncertain what you want for Christmas? Sean Marsh has some tips
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl features a game won and annotated by Jovanka Houska
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King thought Poland were the hard luck story of the Olympiad
  • Opening Trends - Lines of the English remain popular, as shown by Aronian-Duda
  • Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at the 4NCL International?
  • Still Going Strong - Sarah and Alex Longson reflect on running the UK Chess Challenge
  • Overseas News - Mike Basman took on a fellow chess legend in Haarlem
  • Home News - Matthew Turner and Simon Williams qualified for the British KO
  • Sean Marsh looks at new books on the Trompowsky and QGD
  • Saunders on Chess - John on what a chess player really shouldn’t say, but sometimes does
  • May 2018

  • 60 Seconds with...Robert Ris - The Dutch IM likes to escape to Cuba and has two new works out
  • Dropping in on the Candidates - Daniel Fernandez went to Georgia via Berlin and annotates two games
  • Fabulous Fabi - Fabiano Caruana proved a cut above in the Candidates in Berlin
  • A Road to the World Cup - Gawain Jones and Luke McShane ventured to Batumi to qualify
  • Tough Battles - David Howell and Matthew Sadler had to fight hard in the 4NCL
  • The Greatest Chess Game Ever Played? - Or so wonders Correspondence Senior IM Mike Read
  • The Anatoly Lein Chamber of Horrors - John Henderson remembers the late American GM Anatoly Lein
  • Lein Brilliance - Malcolm Pein presents two highly instructive Lein wins
  • When Capa came to Margate - The world’s best were once drawn to Kent, as Robert Page explains
  • The Chess Talents of Emily and Michael Green - Or, the downside of not resigning before you start, by James Essinger
  • November 2018

  • 60 Seconds with...Erik Kislik - Have you seen before Erik’s favourite game, Gusev-Auerbach?
  • A Rainy Night in Georgia - Tim Wall shares his personal impressions of the FIDE Congress
  • China! - A round-up of the Batumi Olympiad, where China took double gold
  • The Chinese Immortal - John Henderson remembers where China began at the Olympiad
  • How Caruana can defeat Magnus - Erik Kislik shows that even Magnus’s game contains weak spots
  • Celebrating Peter’s Life - Sarah Longson organised an event to remember Peter Poobalasingam
  • Find the Winning Moves - 24 more positions to suit all levels and help keep you tactically sharp
  • Kipping: Men and Myths - Bob Jones explains all about a famous chess dynasty, the Kippings
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl looks at how logistics might help us at the chessboard
  • Memories of Krakow - Chris Wood remembers a student trip behind the Iron Curtain
  • Remembering Peggy - A tribute to the remarkable daughter of B.H. Wood, Peggy Clarke
  • Young Lilian - Brian Gosling explains about an episode in chess problem history
  • Studies with Stephenson - Brian reports on the World Chess Solving Championship
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King takes a good look at the play of Parham Maghsoodloo
  • Forthcoming Events - A full listing of UK tournaments (and lectures!) this November
  • Overseas News - Young Russian GM Vladislav Artemiev has been in red-hot form
  • Home News - Keith Arkell was another to enjoy a successful September
  • This Month’s New Releases - Works on Caruana, Carlsen, Korchnoi and Blackburne are reviewed
  • Saunders on Chess - John enjoyed England’s successful showing at the Olympiad
  • July 2019

  • Editorial - Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game
  • 60 Seconds with...Danny Rosenbaum - We catch up with the ECF’s new Social Media Manager
  • In Seventh Heaven - Magnus Carlsen destroyed a top-class field and on home soil no less
  • Guildford: The Inside Story - Roger Emerson explains what makes his 4NCL star team tick so well
  • An Elite Test - Matthew Sadler enjoyed the challenge of facing Richard Rapport
  • The 4NCL Round-Up - Guildford’s only defeat and news on who went down
  • It’s a Knockout! - Nepomniachtchi won as the FIDE Grand Prix had a makeover
  • Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at the 4NCL?
  • Twa Pairs of Thabills wt thair Men - Craig Pritchett reports from a very strong event at Lindores Abbey
  • How to Celebrate Your Club Centenary - Phil Crocker explains how Chester marked 100 years as a chess club
  • A Magnus Masterclass - Jonathan Speelman examines Carlsen’s magical endgame play
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King examines a remarkable encounter from Moscow
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl enjoyed an evening of chess with two local FMs
  • Tragedy on Board - Amatzia Avni demonstrates some striking chess tragedies
  • Overseas News - Gawain Jones has remained very busy around the world
  • Home News - The latest results and news of the upcoming Mind Sports Olympiad
  • This Month’s New Releases - Sean Marsh examines Cyrus Lakdawala’s latest detailed effort
  • Saunders on Chess - John takes a detailed look at the Armageddon results from Norway
  • February 2019

  • 60 Seconds with...Chris Skulte - The captain of Celtic Tigers in the 4NCL certainly likes his chess
  • Wars and Draws - A new format was trialled at the London Chess Classic
  • Is Hastings Dying? - So pondered Danny Gormally after sharing first place there
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King was very impressed by the AlphaZero vs Stockfish match
  • Modern Chess: Part Two - Milos Pavlovic discusses the impact engines are having
  • Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at the Classic and Hastings?
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl Portman is fed up with the amount of clutter around the board
  • The Life and Death of Grandmaster Blimp - Tim Wall reflects on a recent book on the Carlsen-Caruana match
  • Dangerous Moments - Amatzia Avni on the theme embarras de richesses
  • Christmas Quiz - All the answers to last month’s tricky questions and puzzles
  • Studies with Stephenson - Brian presents an award-winning study by Oleg Pervakov
  • A Fishy Tale - An novel attempt to create a rival to AlphaZero, by J. Corfield
  • Hampstead Congress Comes of Age - Adam Raoof has been delighted by junior success at his events
  • Overseas News - Daniil Dubov & Magnus Carlsen are the World Rapid & Blitz Champions
  • Three-Way Go - It’s no surprise which teams are on 4/4 in the 4NCL
  • Home News - The latest results and a tribute to popular FM Steve Berry
  • Sean Marsh reviews Carsten Hensel’s work on Vladimir Kramnik
  • Saunders on Chess - John remains dedicated to furthering his chess education