CHESS Magazine - September 2022


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All the regular features of the UK's best-selling CHESS magazine and more! Regular features include: How Good is Your Chess? by GM Daniel King, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters..., Studies, Home & Overseas News, Forthcoming Events Calendar and Book Reviews.  

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In this issue:

Editorial....................................................................................................................4

Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game

Youth Trumps Experience - Just! .................................................................8

Uzbekistan pipped Armenia to Gold in a dramatic Olympiad

Two More Medals..............................................................................................14

Terry Chapman reports on more Seniors success in Lublin

British Chess Championships: Week One...............................................15

The leading scores from the first week of action at Torquay

How Good is Your Chess?..............................................................................16

King’s Kalashnikov Sicilian has been published, as Daniel explains

How to Beat a Grandmaster.........................................................................19

Paul Littlewood on how he achieved an important win at Hastings

An Invitational! ..................................................................................................20

Stephen Moss and Vladimir Li on Kingston CC’s big event

60 Seconds With... WIM Zsoka Gaal ........................................................25

We meet a rising star and Purling Chess Ambassador

Find the Winning Moves.................................................................................26

Can you do as well as the players at Bridgend and Edinburgh?

Please Start White’s Clock... .......................................................................30

Ben Graff discusses arbiting with Alex Holowczak and Adam Raoof

Are a Board and Pieces Overrated?..........................................................33

Steve Firth sees chess differently by going blindfold

The Hungarian Dragon ....................................................................................36

Brandon Clarke’s new weapon comes approved by Junior Tay

Back to the Bundesliga...................................................................................40

William Watson’s top flight debut for Munich went very well

Never Mind the Grandmasters... ................................................................42

‘Polu’ lies in Montparnasse Cemetery. Carl went to pay homage

The Game..............................................................................................................44

Darryl Accone and Victor Strugo on Eddie Price’s discovered gem

Overseas News...................................................................................................46

Biel, Dortmund, Corsica and major success for Rajat Makkar

Home News..........................................................................................................50

Stuart Conquest racked up 6/6 at the latest Kensington Rapidplay

The Chess Tournament That Must Not Be Mentioned .....................52

Geoff Chandler visited an event which owed much to Dave Clayton

Solutions ...............................................................................................................53

This Month’s New Releases ..........................................................................54

Sean Marsh reviews a number of Chessable-themed new books

Forthcoming Events.........................................................................................57

Will you be warming up for the season somewhere this month?

Saunders on Chess............................................................................................58

John enjoyed seeing a septuagenarian debuting at the Olympiad 

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