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Nye leseopplevelser, sjakk-kjendiser, bildekavalkader, sjakkhistorie, analyser og stillinger = nytt NIC Magazine. Innholdsfortegnelsen antyder endel om hvilke godbiter som kan friste alle sjakkvenner.


The best know best: On truth and wit in top level chess.

Spectre of the Past: James Bond at the board.

NIC's Café: When Patti met Bobby. Cheating by pen and cheating by pendant. The Lewis Chesswoman. Ilyumzhinov tries to get chess into the Guinness Book of Records.

Your Move: Tartakower speaks, but why can't the French hear him, asks Christophe Bouton.

Infographic: How do top seeds fare in knock-out tournaments?

Fair & Square: What David Hockney, Lars von Trier, Maarten 't Hart, Lord Rosebery and others said about chess.

Karjakin Prevails in World Cup: Semi-finalist (and Contributing Editor) Anish Giri reports from Baku, analyses some key games of his colleagues and himself and comments on the crazy slugfest between Sergey Karjakin and Peter Svidler.

Short Stories: Columnist Nigel Short loves chess magazines: the dirtier the better.

Millionaire Chess: How Hikaru Nakamura defeated Le Quang Liem and took home the $100,000 winner's check.

Judit Polgar: In her first column, the Queen of Chess speaks about how Kings can bite.

Radio Days: Dominic Lawson looks back on three seasons of the BBC Radio 4 series 'Across the Board' and speculates why Richard Branson declined his invitation.

St. Louis: Levon Aronian elated his fans and silenced his critics as he claimed the 2015 Sinquefield Cup. He analyses his play, while Veselin Topalov and Alexander Grischuk explain how they beat Magnus Carlsen

Interview: Levon Aronian On his new attitude in life, his new second, his new opening preparation, his steady girlfriend and the training camp in the Hamptons with his good friend Magnus Carlsen

Maximize Your Tactics: Train your tactical skills with Russian expert Maxim Notkin.

Parimarjan's Chess Gym: Parimarjan Negi explains how to proceed if there isn't an obvious tactical refutation of the sacrifice you can play.

The Power of Love: Genna Sosonko delves into a tragedy in the life of Vassily Smyslov.

S.O.S.: Deviating against the Sicilian on move 2!

World Juniors: Loek van Wely travelled to Khanty-Mansiysk as a coach and shares his extraordinary insights.

Chess Pattern Recognition: Improve your technique with Arthur van de Oudeweetering's training column: the reverse queen's battery.

Sadler on Books: Matthew Sadler reviews a revised and expanded edition of Spielmann's 'The Art of Sacrifice in Chess', 'For Friend's and Colleagues Vol. 2' by Dvoretsky, Tukmakov's 'Risk & Bluff in Chess' and 'Learn from the Legends' by Mihail Marin.

Fighting for Dignity: Hans Ree read Robert Hübner's new book 'Elemente einer Selbstbiographie': a self-portrait without any autobiographical facts.

Never a Dull Moment: Jan Timman selects some creative World Cup highlights: how local artist Mamedyarov knocked out Caruana and the sparkling clash between two Chinese aces: Wei Yi and Ding Liren.

Just Checking: Alina l'Ami She confesses that she would like to have dinner with MVL Contributors to this issue

Alina l'Ami, Levon Aronian, Jeroen Bosch, Pavel Eljanov, Anish Giri, Alexander Grischuk, Robert Hess, Dominic Lawson, Dylan McClain, Parimarjan Negi, Maxim Notkin, Arthur van de Oudeweetering, Judit Polgar, Hans Ree, Matthew Sadler, Nigel Short, Genna Sosonko, Jan Timman, Veselin Topalov, Loek van Wely

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Type Tidsskrift
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 106