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Art.-No.: LZBCM201108

British Chess Magazine August 2011

56 pages, stitched, BCM, 1. edition 2011.

Incl. 7% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost
Language English
Publisher BCM
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 100 g
Width 14.8 cm
Height 21 cm
Pages 56
Year of Publication 2011
Binding stitched

396 Surrey Heads Are High - The Löwenthal Cup is taken by Surrey for the first time since 1954 (and Basman wasn't even playing!)

398 Problem World Results with our own David Friedgood

401 Endgame Studies as posed and exposed by IR Watson

402 Game of the Month Craig Pritchett, a BCM contributor since 1966, shows us how to smash a Russian

406 The British is in Sheffield Part One: The early fallers

407 Endgame Studies Solution plus reviews of the latest DVDs, books, mags

408 Test Your Chess by IM Shaun Taulbut

411 Endings for learners - Carl Gorka

413 Remembering Peter Clarke 2

414 News from Abroad

416 Correspondence Chess by Kenny Harman. Veterans take centre stage

419 Quotes & Queries: AA Smith turns the clock back

420 Spot the Continuation

422 News from the British Isles - Congress, league and summer events

425 Spot the Continuation Solutions

426 Ego or Insanity? Andrew Farthing, ECF CEO, turns the searchlight back on himself

428 Past Practices more tales of yesteryear from the Man from Amherst, USA

431 Practical Play

432 Chess in Paris with Jim Attwood and Wife

434 Bobby - Stewart Reuben 435 Book Review by Phil Hughes

436 Dearing's Discoveries More opening wizardry from Eddie D

442 Ask the Arbiter - Alex McFarlane. Anybody got a tissue?

444 Queen versus Bishop and Knight The first of a two parter

446 Sam at the Back

British Chess Magazine August 2011