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Art.-No.: LZBCM200908
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British Chess Magazine - August 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

398 Dortmund - it was tournament victory number nine for Vladimir Kramnik in Dortmund but he had to find a way past the brilliant young Norwegian first. Lubosh Kavalek analyses the key game.

408 San Sebastián - who is the hottest young title contender around at the moment? Magnus Carlsen? Or might it be Hikaru Nakamura? Plenty of fascinating evidence to sift here.

414 t Alan Phillips - editor John Saunders looks back at the career of the joint 1954 British Champion, whose contribution to chess education was a highly valuable one.

413 Spot The Continuation

416 Big Slick International

420 FIDE Rating List, Julj 2009

422 Reviews and New Books

424 SpeeIman on the Endgame

428 Bazna Kings

432 News in Brief

434 Games Department with Sam Collins

437 South Wales International

440 Quotes and Queries

442 Problem World

446 Forthcoming Events

British Chess Magazine - August 2009