Chess Magazine - September 2018: Ageless Adams
Michael Adams explains how he won the British.
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In this Issue:
- Fantasy and Freedom – Danny Gormally felt inspired as he headed north to the Scottish
- A Successful Summer for Nepo – It wasn’t Kramnik, but Nepomniachtchi who won in Dortmund
- A Roaring Success – More than 700 players descended on Hull for the British
- A Long Journey – Michael Adams explains how he battled hard to a sixth British title
- Find the Winning Moves – Can you do as well as the players at the British and the Scottish?
- The Best Game – Luke McShane analyses his pretty last-round victory in Hull
- To Hull and Back – A view from beyond the main event at the British, by Ben Graff
- Hull’s Hidden Heroes – Bob Jones on the many great 19th Century players from Hull
- Never Mind the Grandmasters – Carl ponders the number of weekend tournaments these days
- Forthcoming Events – Where will you be warming up for the new season?
- Humans and Chess Software – The emotional side of the story, by Amatzia Avni
- How Good is Your Chess? – Inspired by a new book, Daniel King looks at a classic Geller victory
- Don’t be a Kotov Clone – A Postscript – Steve Giddins discovered more instructive cases of opposite castling
- My Favourite Games – Busy chess coach David Levens shares some instructive games
- Saunders on Chess – John enjoyed the British Championship and Shreyas Royal news
Plus all the regular features such as: How Good is Your Chess?, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters, Studies, Home & Overseas News, Calendar and Book Reviews.
|Publication date :||September 5, 2018|
|Number of pages :||60|
|Publisher :||Chess & Bridge London|
|Weight :||144 gram|