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CHESS Magazine – December 2018: King of the Manx – Radoslaw Wojtaszek

CHESS Magazine – December 2018
King of the Manx – Radoslaw Wojtaszek
Magazine, 60 pages

All the regular features of the UK’s best-selling CHESS magazine and more! Regular features include: How Good is Your Chess? by GM Daniel King, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters…, Studies, Home & Overseas News, Forthcoming Events Calendar and Book Reviews.

In this issue:

  • 60 Seconds with…Thomas Engqvist – The Swedish author and IM twice enjoyed playing David Bronstein
  • Battling with the Best – Andrew Ledger reports from the European Club Cup in Greece
  • Mr & Mrs Monopolise the Manx Money – The Isle of Man attracted a stellar field, watched by John Saunders
  • Brilliancies in Batumi – Ding Liren and Sarunas Sulskis both won in style at the Olympiad
  • The Welsh Ordeal – Carl Strugnell reports as much on the Kobuleti Olympiad as Batumi
  • The 300 Most Important Chess Positions – Thomas Engqvist presents three and you can win his new book
  • Christmas Stocking Fillers – Uncertain what you want for Christmas? Sean Marsh has some tips
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters… – Carl features a game won and annotated by Jovanka Houska
  • How Good is Your Chess? – Daniel King thought Poland were the hard luck story of the Olympiad
  • Opening Trends – Lines of the English remain popular, as shown by Aronian-Duda
  • Find the Winning Moves – Can you do as well as the players at the 4NCL International?
  • Still Going Strong – Sarah and Alex Longson reflect on running the UK Chess Challenge
  • Overseas News – Mike Basman took on a fellow chess legend in Haarlem
  • Home News – Matthew Turner and Simon Williams qualified for the British KO
  • Sean Marsh looks at new books on the Trompowsky and QGD
  • Saunders on Chess – John on what a chess player really shouldn’t say, but sometimes does

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