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CHESS Magazine – October 2018

CHESS Magazine – October 2018
Introducing the Fantastic Four coming to London this December

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:

  • Super Shak – It was world no.3 Mamedyarov who stole the show at Biel
  • How Good is Your Chess? – Daniel King looks at the recent rise of Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
  • Chess at the Top – James Plaskett reports from the World Senior Team Championship
  • All Hail the Speed King! – Hikaru Nakamura triumphed at the St. Louis Rapid and Blitz
  • All Change – The GCT leaderboard was shaken up by the Sinquefield Cup
  • Modern Chess – Milos Pavlovic presents two fine examples of it from the British
  • A Warm Hullo – Stephen Greep reports on the social element at this year’s British
  • Never Mind the Grandmasters… – Carl certainly found it far from dull in Hull, on and off the board
  • The Man in the Middle – Remains a most essential part of any game, as Alan Burke explains
  • Find the Winning Moves – Some tricky positions to solve to warm you up for the new season
  • Myths & Legends – Charles Higgie revisits that Capablanca-Marshall encounter
  • Forthcoming Events – Where will you be playing this October?
  • Fun in Gent – Like many Brits, Tim Kett enjoyed visiting the Gent Festival
  • Overseas News – Matthew Turner missed out in Bruges, but triumphed in Prague
  • Home News – Kanwal Bhatia and Ingrid Lauterback shared the English Women’s title
  • Saunders on Chess – John looks forward to some big chess events in the British Isles

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