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Julelesning med mye god ferskvare fra sjakkens verden. Heine Nielsen kommenterer Carlsen - Radjabov fra VM i hurtigsjakk, og Grisjtsjuk innspurten av VM i lynsjakk. Nigel Shorts spalte tar et oppgjør med nivået til sjakkdommerne, slik han ser det.

Innholdet denne gang:

Season's Greetings: Contributing editor Anish Giri is happy! He is the youngest participant in the Candidates'.

Nirvana and Chess: Photographer Gary Tyson has been snapping chess scenes in Varanasi, India.

NIC's Café: Global Chess in Budapest. Explosive: what Walter Browne secretly thought about Bent Larsen. The Hip-Hop Chess Federation. Death of a cult player.

Your Move: When Patti met Bobby: and now for an eye-witness account.

Infographic: Who of the present Candidates would bet he toughest challenger for Carlsen?

Fair & Square: What Aung San Suu Kyi, Vladimir Putin, Geoffrey Boycott, Jim Slater and others said about chess.

Russian Relief: Not for the first time the Russians were the favourites at the European Team Championship. But this time they won! Team captain Mark Glukhovsky explains why, with game commentary by Svidler and Tomashevsky. Further annotations by Aronian and Rapport.

Sedated Sloths: Nigel Short finds the quality of arbiters a major cause for concern.

A Feast for the Fast: Fascinating masterclasses from the World Rapid and Blitz Championship. Carlsen's second Peter Heine Nielsen on the patience, precision and optimism of his boss. Alexander Grischuk gives a hilarious impression of the final blitz rounds.

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

All of the Knight: Columnist Judit Polgar on her favourite piece.

Downward Spiral: Parimarjan Negi explains how you can keep your game from spinning out of control.

The Candidates: Anish Giri looks at the favourites for the coveted wild card and the player who actually got it.

Upsets In Skopje: Two gems from the European Club Cup annotated by Vladimir Kramnik and Yannick Pelletier.

Buried Bishops: The joys of locking up your opponent's bishop.

Sadler On Books: Matthew Sadler reviews a bunch of self-improvement books: 'Recognizing Your Opponents Resources' by Dvoretsky, the 4th edition of '100 Endgames You Must Know' by De la Villa, 'Mastering Chess Middlegames' by Panchenko and 'Chess Structures' by Rios.

S.O.S.: A clever early deviation against the Najdorf.

Bilbao Masters: Wesley So reports on the biggest win of his career.

Honorary Gentleman: Hans Ree and the role of money in chess.

Travels in Time: Jan Timman on the PokerStars Tournament on the Isle of Man, and his match against a 47 year younger opponent in Hoogeveen.

Just Checking: Who is Simon Williams' favourite actress?

Detaljert info
Type Tidsskrift
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 106