Chess Magazine - May 2016: Karjakin

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In this issue:

Karjakin holds his nerve to win Candidates nail-biter – Steve Giddins very much enjoyed watching the action unfold

  • Defensive Grit – Karjakin’s career-best result was based on some fine defence
  • Brutal Attacks – And there were some in the latest 4NCL weekend 
  • A Celebration of Chess – Carl Strugnell enjoyed his return to Cappelle-la-Grande 
  • How to Prepare – Danny Gormally draws some important lessons 
  • A Glut of Endgames – John Cox shares a number of interesting endings with readers 
  • Old World, New World – Amatzia Avni ponders the role of the computer in endgames 
  • Home News – A full round-up of the Easter Congresses and the CCCCC 
  • Overseas News – Success for Nils Grandelius, Abhijeet Gupta and Nigel Short
  • Readers’ Letters – Important information on Chinook and Asia’s first grandmaster 
  • Saunders on Chess – John has been pretty busy of late with his BritBase project
  • 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.


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    Edition : Magazine
    Publication date : January 1, 2016
    Number of pages : 60
    Publisher : Chess & Bridge London
    Weight : 144 gram