New in Chess Magazine 6-2014
After the Gold Rush
Fair & Square
Goodbye to Tromsø
The 41st Chess Olympiad in Tromsø will be remembered for the heart-warming cheerfulness of hundreds of volunteers, but also for a venue that did not really befit a top sporting event.
All for One, One for All
With their feelings bursting from their bodies the Chinese men's team celebrated their first ever Olympiad victory.
Russian Women Win Again
The battle plan was simple: don't lose against your direct rivals and win everything else. They did even better.
Long Walk to Freedom
Nigel Short relives the FIDE elections.
Good at Feeling Free
Simen Agdestein on 'Circus Magnus' coming to Tromsø.
'Sometimes chess brings you happy moments. Very happy moments.'
The Chess Book of the Decade
According to Jacob Aagaard.
Caruana Wins in Kramnik Town
MVL Now Aka Mr.Biel
'The French player with two names' was the top-seed and he delivered.
The Great Folly
Hans Ree read A.J.Gillam's 'Mannheim 1914 and the Interned Russians'.
Jan Timman was impressed by the superior winner of the Politiken Cup.
What was Parimarjan Negi's best result ever?
Did They Play Your Opening?
Duda-Yu Yangyi, by Yu Yangyi
Rodshtein-Bu Xiangzhi, by Timman
Kosteniuk-Melamed, by Kosteniuk
Carlsen-Wojtaszek, by Agdestein
Rapport-Rogers, by Timman
Guseinov-Ni Hua, by Ni Hua
Caruana-Ponomariov, by Caruana
Saric-Carlsen, by Agdestein
Vachier-Lagrave-Giri, by Vachier-Lagrave
Queen's Gambit Declined
Kasimdzhanov-Kramnik, by Kasimdzhanov
Lagno-Hou Yifan, by Lagno
Shankland-Polgar, by Shankland
Ding Liren-Gajewski, by Ye Jiangchuan
Giri Gelfand, by Anish Giri
Giri-Vachier-Lagrave, by Giri
Topalov-Vallejo, by Timman
Carlsen-Naiditsch, by Agdestein
Kramnik-Meier, by Meier
Hou Yifan-Wojtaszek, by Giri
- Marca New in Chess
- Code nic62014
- Anno 2014
- Isbn 978-90-5691-503-2