Chess Magazine February 2020: Candidates Confirmed!

GM Ian Nepomniachtchi wins the Jerusalem FIDE Grand Prix to capture the last remaining spot for the Candidates Tournament.
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In this issue:

  • Editorial – Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game
  • 60 Seconds with…Leon Watson – Working for Chessable is a dream job for the former crime reporter
  • Classic Drama – Ding Liren, not Carlsen, finished first in the GCT Finals at Olympia
  • A Fun Fundraiser – Terry Chapman annotates the best game of the Pro-Biz Cup
  • The Power of Intuition – Carl Strugnell details his return to chessboxing after a long break
  • Nepo Nails It – Ian Nepomniachtchi became a Candidate, as Yochanan Afek explains
  • In From the Cold – Danny Gormally reports from a rejuvenated Hastings Congress
  • Find the Winning Moves – Can you do as well as the players in the closing legs of the GCT?
  • The Love of a Woman… or the Love of Chess? – Mark Ozanne tries to understand why he sacrificed a relationship
  • Chess Marathon – Ben Graff has been playing a lot of chess of late
  • How Good is Your Chess? – Daniel King enjoyed his visit to the Sunway Sitges Festival
  • He’s Ours! – How one club is reclaiming its part in history, by Leon Watson
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters… – Carl Porman’s opening preparation came off for once
  • Blunders and Brilliancies – Danny Gormally shows there were again plenty of both at Hastings
  • Studies – Brian looks at the work of Steffen Nielsen and Martin Minski
  • Home News – Michael Adams rode his luck at times, but won the British KO
  • Overseas News – Magnus Carlsen completed a hat-trick of titles over Christmas
  • Solutions – How did you get on with last month’s Christmas quiz?
  • This Month’s New Releases – The new Kaufman, Sielecki and Levenfish works are reviewed
  • Saunders on Chess – John wonders whether internet blitz is a generational thing

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Publication date : February 17, 2020
Number of pages : 60
Publisher : Chess & Bridge London
Weight : 144 gram