Chess Magazine - August 2017: Hot & Cold

Magnus Carlsen tops the Grand Chess Tour standings, but a poor performance in Norway sees his world number 1 spot in jeopardy.
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 In this issue:


  • Scintillating Sasi! – Krishnan Sasikiran surpassed Vassily Ivanchuk in Cuba
  • Awesome Aronian, Carlsen Crumbles – Levon Aronian’s fine form continued in Norway
  • A Return to Kos – David Gilbert enjoyed his time at the ACO World Championships
  • Rising Stars – Daniel Fernandez and Ravi Haria annotate their best 4NCL games
  • The Grand Chess Tour in Pictures – The opening events in Paris and Leuven certainly caught the eye
  • Daniel Fernandez – Junior Tay caught up with the rising star after his third GM norm
  • Introducing… Hector Shoosmith – John Saunders on the tragic life of an early British chess pro
  • Azerbaijani GMs Make Their Mark in Iraq – Robert Cole of the AMAR Charitable Foundation explains
  • When Extra is Less – Steve Giddins shows why an extra tempo is not always useful

Plus all the regular features such as: How Good is Your Chess?, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters, Studies, Home & Overseas News, Calendar and Book Reviews.

More Information
Edition : Magazine
Publication date : August 8, 2017
Number of pages : 60
Publisher : Chess & Bridge London
Weight : 144 gram