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Art.-No.: LZBCM200904
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British Chess Magazine - April 2009

56 pages, stitched, BCM, 1. edition 2009.

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Language English
Publisher BCM
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 100 g
Width 14.8 cm
Height 21 cm
Pages 56
Year of Publication 2009
Binding stitched

174 Linares - Magnus Carlsen played the most beautiful chess - but he didn't finish first. Ian Rogers was in the Spanish town to see Russian 'super-sub' Alexander Grischuk lift the trophy.

198 Who Dares Wins! - Topalov and Kamsky played off in Sofia for the right to challenge Vishy Anand. The pundits got the result right but not its manner. Ian Rogers tells all.

214 Speelman ...focuses on the world champion's endgame wizardry in Linares.

183 Spot The Continuation

184 Games Department - with Sam Collins

188 Gibraltar (Part 2)

190 Oxford-Cambridge Varsity Match

192 The Kavalek File

193 News in Brief

196 Reviews and New Books

210 Test Your Chess - with Shaun Taulbut

218 Quotes and Queries

219 Problem World

British Chess Magazine - April 2009