Chess Magazine October 2020: The Magnus Touch

Carlsen remains unstoppable after winning the richest and most-watched online chess event ever.
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In this issue:

  • Editorial - Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game
  • 60 Seconds with...Peter Wells - The acclaimed author, coach and GM still very much likes to play
  • Online Drama - Danny Gormally presents some highlights of the vast Online Olympiad
  • Carlsen Prevails - Just - Nakamura pushed Magnus all the way in the final of his own Tour
  • Find the Winning Moves - Can you do as well as the acclaimed field in the Legends of Chess?
  • Opening Surprises - Matthew Lunn has some handy tips for when you next prepare
  • Exploring the Science of Chess Improvement - An insight into Barry Hymer and Peter Well’s forthcoming book
  • How Good is Your Chess? - Daniel King reminds us of the Candidates tournament
  • The Kiwi has Landed! - John Saunders recalls Murray Chandler’s arrival in the UK
  • Studies with Stephenson - Brian has been enjoying Werner Keym’s new book
  • Chess Behind the Iron Curtain - Ben Graff looks back at the role of chess in the Soviet Union
  • When a Book Makes a Difference - David LeMoir stumbled upon a fine game from one of his readers
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters - Carl is determined to show that the French is a fighting opening
  • The Mann Who Beat Bobby Fischer - John Henderson remembers the late, great Wolfgang Uhlmann
  • The West London Chess Club -Bob Jones acquired a fascinating book which used to be BH Wood’s
  • Playing “Positionally” - Geoff Chandler explains the knack of ‘Positional Hope Chess’
  • Home News - The North vs the South, 4NCL Online and the John Naylor Memorial
  • Readers’ Letters - Your recollections and corrections - and news of upcoming events
  • Solutions 
  • This Month’s New Releases - A Gambit and two Elk & Ruby books receive detailed attention
  • Saunders on Chess - John recalls Les Blackstock’s finest hour at Marlow in 1970

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Publication date : October 10, 2020
Number of pages : 60
Publisher : Chess & Bridge London
Weight : 144 gram