CHESS Magazine - January 2012, London Chess Classic 2011 Souvenir Issue!



CHESS Magazine - January 2012, London Chess Classic 2011 Souvenir Issue!
IN STOCK NOW!CHESS Magazine - January 2012, London Chess Classic 2011 Souvenir Issue!UKs most popular CHESS MagazineMagazine, 60 pagesUKs most popular CHESS Magazine - established 1935! All the regular features of the UKs best-selling CHESS magazine plus more! London Chess Classic - A fully illustrated, in-depth report by editor John Saunders on themain event at Olympia, won by former world champion VladimirKramnik, plus fine performances by Hikaru Nakamura and LukeMcShane. Cartoon Time - More oldies but goldies, mainly from the 1960s, some brought up todate. We?ll have more from our back pages next month... Tal Memorial, Moscow - Steve Giddins on the Moscow mega-tournament. Too many draws,a few sparks but no real fire on board! Another success for MagnusCarlsen, on tie-break from Levon Aronian. Christmas Quiz Solutions - Steve Giddins reveals the solutions to his seasonal questions. Andfind out how the super-GMs at Olympiad fared when they tried theXmas picture quiz! Contrasting Chess and Poker - Stewart Reuben looks at the differences between his two favouritegames. You?ll raise your eyebrows about what he has to say aboutplaying for money, cheating - and death at the card table. Whose Threat Is It Anyway? - Peter Lalic shows us how to call the opponent's bluff, with a bit ofhelp from Mikhail Botvinnik and a positively surreal game from the1970s, played by the great Bent Larsen. Gormally on Chess - Danny Gormally lays the ghost of ?Drawnik? - new, improvedKramnik was a revelation at Olympiad. His audience sessionsimpressed and depressed the English GM in equal measure!Plus more!*IN STOCK NOW!*

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