New In Chess 2017/6: The Club Player's Magazine
New In Chess 2017#6 covers Hou Yifan and her victory in Biel. And of course there is an abundance of exclusive masterclasses by elite players from all over the world: Levon Aronian, youngest IM in history Praggnanandhaa, MVL and many others.
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Hou Yifan: Queen Biel
The Chinese star underpinned her ambitions to shine in mixed events with a spectacular win after a superb 3/3 finish.
How much money is Rex Sinquefield spending on chess?
Amid a mind-boggling stream of top-quality events, the Sinquefield Cup remains St. Louis’s finest. In the fifth edition, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave thwarted the ambitions of World Champion Magnus Carlsen.
The Frenchman on his greatest success to date and his ambitions for the near future. And his beard, of course.
St. Louis: US Chess Capital
A practical map.
His last hurrah?
While Levon Aronian was on the rampage in the St. Louis Rapid & Blitz, all eyes were on the return of Garry Kasparov.
The new Anand?
Is 12-year-old Praggnanandhaa on course to become the youngest GM in history?
For a change, Nigel Short didn’t stay at home for the summer holidays.
Secrets of Opening Surprises
In these days of hybrids, here is a mix of the Pirc and the Nimzowitsch Defence.
Judit Polgar’s column
Zoltan Almasi, a fighter that you can rely on.
Chess Pattern Recognition
Odd rook moves that make sense.
The Azeri GM surprised all and sundry by winning the Geneva Grand Prix.
Hans Ree muses about the disappearance of chess cafés.
Sadler on Books
Great masters that are willing to share the secrets from their notebooks.
A dashing attacking game from the friendly match against Ding Liren that Anish Giri won in Wenzhou.
Jan Timman admires the Georgian artist’s play at the Xtracon Open.
Eric Hansen’s choice of the best thing ever said about chess.
|Publication date :||September 1, 2017|
|Biography authors :||No|
|Number of pages :||106|
|Publisher :||New in Chess|
|Weight :||226 gram|