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Mye godt Magnus-stoff igjen i dette nummeret. Peter Heine kommenterer partiene mot Nakamura i London og mot Li Chao i Quatar. Oversikten over innholdet viser som vanlig den underholdende variasjonen i både skrevne ord, fotografier og sjakktrekk.

Innholdet denne gang:

Don't we all? The wish to get better at chess.

Solidarity in 'el DF' Alina l'Ami catches outdoor games in Mexico City.

NIC's Café Paul Keres, a hundred years after his birth. How Wang Hao won (yet again). The IM that used to be a GM. The death of Don Luis. Magnus likes the general idea of driving a car, however ...

Your Move Bobby still stellar. The Radbruch Formula in chess. To catch a falling flag.

Infographic The surprising but undeniable facts about the rating gap behind Carlsen.

Fair & Square What Tiger Woods, Anne Brontë, Noam Chomsky, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and others said about chess.

Who will win the Candidates? Sergey Shipov believes that an old trend will continue.

An inside report from Qatar Anish Giri reports and annotates, with additional analysis by Carlsen's second Peter Heine Nielsen.

Celeb 64 Stephen Fry, chess player.

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

All Black Nigel Short on his satisfying clean sweep against 20 female opponents.

The father of Russian chess Jimmy Adams portrays Mikhail Chigorin, one of the greatest attacking players of all time.

Judit Polgar's column She likes bishops best when they come in pairs.

A long evening in London It took some time, but in the end Magnus Carlsen won both the London Classic and the 2015 Grand Chess Tour. A report by Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam, with annotations by Giri, Aronian, Nielsen and Vachier-Lagrave.

The chess spectator David Edmonds on the pleasures of attending a chess tournament. But what do the players think about the plastic bags-carrying crowd?

Pattern Recognition: Uncastling Castling is generally a good move, so what about going back on your steps?

Sadler On Books Matthew Sadler reviews 5 DVD's: 'The Berlin Wall', 'The Ruy Lopez Breyer Variation', 'Beating the French' (vol 2), 'The Bishop's Opening and Italian Game', and 'The Classical Sicilian', and two books: 'Bologan's Ruy Lopez for Black' and 'The Double Queen's Gambit'.

S.O.S. Try Jobava's 4th move deviation in the Rossolimo Sicilian.

How I got 1 million views Maxim Dlugy explains how to produce a winner.

Endgame training Jan Timman shows some instructive mistakes.

Just Checking What is Yannick Pelletier's greatest fear? Contributors to this issue

Levon Aronian, Jeroen Bosch, Maxim Dlugy, David Edmonds, Anish Giri, John Henderson, Dylan McClain, Peter Heine Nielsen, Maxim Notkin, Arthur van de Oudeweetering, Yannick Pelletier, Judit Polgar, Matthew Sadler, Sergey Shipov, Nigel Short, Jan Timman, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave

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Type Tidsskrift
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 106