CHESS Magazine - March 2020
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...Tania Sachdev - The Indian IM and WGM is a big fan of The Seven Deadly Chess Sins
- Fabi gets on a Roll - Yochanan Afek watched Caruana’s first triumph at Wijk aan Zee
- Another New Champion! - David Paravyan won a playoff to triumph at Gibraltar
- Magical Majorca - Stephen Gordon always enjoys his visits to the Llucmajor Open
- Augsburg Adventures - Carl Strugnell once again enjoyed a post-Christmas trip to Bavaria
- Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the players at Hastings and in the 4NCL?
- At Last! Karpov-Fischer! - John Saunders saw Anatoly Karpov play Robert Fischer on the Rock
- Endgame Masterclass - Jonathan Speelman presents a couple of instructive endings
- Readers’ Letters - The longest decisive game without a single capture?
- How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King on rising star and man of the moment Alireza Firouzja
- Never Mind the Grandmasters... - Carl Portman has been inspired by the late, great Emory Tate
- An Introduction to Prophylaxis II - Jose Vilela continues to demystify this important concept
- Wednesday 18th November 1964 - Geoff Chandler enjoyed a trip back in time with an old scorebook
- Overseas News - Ju Wenjun narrowly retained her women’s world championship title
- Home News - Weekend success for Joseph McPhillips and Jonah Willow
- This Month’s New Releases - John Pigott takes a thorough look at Vigorito’s Playing the Najdorf
- Saunders on Chess - John reflects on the success of the Gibraltar and Wijk chess festivals
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