New In Chess 2022/7 - digital edition

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Some of the highlights is this issue:

A move heard round the world
Playing sparkling, bone-crushing chess, Magnus Carlsen won the Julius Baer Generation Cup with a record score. Yet, it was a game that he didn’t play, a one and a half move ‘loss’ to Hans Niemann, that made headlines.

The Day Carlsen Quit
Alireza Firouzja won both the Sinquefield Cup and the overall Grand Chess Tour. Yet, his success didn’t make headlines. The press worldwide jumped on another 19-year-old talented kid, Hans Niemann, speculating whether or not the American had cheated after Magnus Carlsen withdrew from the event.

Zukertort’s breakdown
Johannes Zukertort’s sweeping win in London 1883 was all the more amazing given the fact that he lost his last three encounters. Why? Willy Hendriks comes up with a remarkable explanation.

Instincts and reflexes
Genna Sosonko looks at a ‘stunning’ move from the World Championship of 1969.

Superlative depth
The most successful young Indian this year has been 19-year-old Arjun Erigaisi. Jan Timman looks at recent games of a phenomenal player, who is modest in demeanour, but merciless on the chess board.

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October 19, 2022
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