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CHESS Magazine – January 2018

CHESS Magazine – January 2018
Meet the Candidates! But who will emerg to challenge Carlsen?

Magazine, 60 pages

UK’s most popular CHESS Magazine – established 1935! All the regular features of the UK’s best-selling CHESS magazine plus more! In this issue:

  • 60 Seconds with…Mikhail Golubev – The Ukrainian Grandmaster and journalist has a new book out
  • Candidate Clarity? – Steve Giddins watched the final leg of the Grand Prix unfold
  • How Good is Your Chess? – Daniel King looks at how to counter a critical test of the QGD
  • The Life and Sad Endgame of Bill Lombardy – John Henderson pays tribute to an American great
  • A New Year Resolution – Sean Marsh has some help for those chess new year resolutions
  • Unbeatable? – Can anyone stop Guildford as they go for a sixth 4NCL title in a row?
  • Blackmore vs Fedden – Lorna Doone‘s author was a keen chess player; Bob Jones explains
  • The Phoenix Chess Project – After the horrific Grenfell fire, some uplifting news from west London
  • The Christmas Quiz – Test your chess knowledge with Charles Higgie’s festive offering
  • Never Crowned – Milos Pavlovic looks at some of the strongest non-world champions
  • Forthcoming Events – Where will be your first chess in 2018?
  • Full Steam Ahead – Matthew Lunn reports from the USIC Six Nations railway tournament

Plus all the regular features such as: How Good is Your Chess?, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters, Studies, Home & Overseas News, Calendar and Book Reviews.

Click here to download a free PDF preview of this issue

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