New in Chess Magazine 3-2015
Facing Bobby Fischer
Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam argues that only by separating the person from the chess genius can we embrace the legacy of one of the greatest and most inspiring champions our game has ever seen.
In a personal account the winner of the Reykjavik Open relives 'the best two weeks of my chess career'.
Fair & Square
Long Diagonal Provocation
An SOS solution to 2.b3 against the Sicilian.
Nigel Short and a motley crew of fellow curmudgeons took part in the World Senior Team Championship.
Parimarjan's Chess Gym
A swindler never gives up!
So, How Do You Resign?
Genna Sosonko looks at the options.
Reaching the Summit
The powerhouses of the future met in Hyderabad. China beat India 18-14.
Maximize Your Tactics
Kasparov on the Warpath
Hans Ree on the 13th World Champion's political views.
Tbilisi Grand Prix
Evgeny Tomashevsky looks poised to qualify for the Candidates' tournament.
Buy the DVD or by the Book?
Matthew Sadler looks at both ways to study openings.
Instant Fame for 44.g1!!
Jan Timman and Denis Khismatullin on the Move of the Year (probably).
Watching with Anish
Contributors to this issue
Adhiban Baskaran, Jeroen Bosch, Murray Chandler, Anish Giri, Denis Khismatullin, Dylan McClain, Parimarjan Negi, Maxim Notkin, Hans Ree, Matthew Sadler, Nigel Short, Genna Sosonko, Jan Timman, Evgeny Tomashevsky
- Marca New in Chess
- Codice nic32015
- Anno 2015
- Pagine p. 106
- Isbn 978-90-5691-577-3