Revista New in Chess - 2010/5
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Melhor revista de xadrez no mundo!
A revista New in chess é lida pelos jogadores de 116 paises. Oferece unica oportunidade de sentar na primeira fila de xadrez de elite, ja que os grandes mestres nos permitem ler suas mentes: Carlsen, Caruana, Anand, Nakamura, Kasparov, Judit Polgar e muitos outros jogadores de topo explicam os seus movimentos em explicações cristalinas repletas de humor e psicológica na mira.
New in chess traz instruções da primeira com treinamento de táticas, estratégia, endgames e surpresas nas aberturas, bem como entrevistas de alto perfil, colunas, relatórios de torneios da primeira mão, história, resenhas de livros e fofocas de todo o mundo.
The Finest Chess Collection in the World
Immaculate copies of the rarest books, countless classics signed by the authors, a 15th-century Lucena manuscript, score-sheets ranging from Fischer’s Game of the Century against Donald Byrne to all the games of the 1927 New York tournament, letters by Morphy, Capablanca’s golden pocket watch, the contract of the 1886 Steinitz-Zukertort world championship match... There is no end to the treasures of the David DeLucia chess library. Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam couldn’t believe his good fortune when he was received as the 6th visitor to this exquisite collection.
Carlsen King of the Kings
With yet another historical performance (7½ out of 10 and a performance rating of 2918), Magnus Carlsen confirmed his status of absolute favourite at the Kings’ Tournament in Romania. In the process the Norwegian world number one raised his Elo to 2826, the second highest rating ever, 25 points shy of Garry Kasparov’s all-time high.
Worth the Wait
In 1991 sixteen-year-old wunderkind Gata Kamsky won the U.S. Championship. He, like many observers, must have expected it would be the first of many U.S. titles. In fact he had to wait for nineteen years. At the 2010 U.S. Championship in St. Louis, at the cusp of thirty-six, Kamsky finally made it back to the winner’s circle. Joel Benjamin reports.
After months of pessimism and uncertainty the concluding stage of the 2008/09 FIDE Grand Prix finally took place in Astrakhan. Pavel Eljanov relates how the GP helped him overcome a serious form crisis and gave him the opportunity to score one of the finest victories in his young career.
In the past twelve months Anish Giri collected an incredible 154 Elo points that took the 16-year-old to an imposing 2672 rating. Fourteen of those points the young Dutchman gathered at the Sigeman Tournament in Malmö.
Ano de publicação: 2010