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Art.-No.: LZBCM200909
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British Chess Magazine - September 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

454 Staunton Memorial - there were two tournaments for the price of one this year at the annual Simpsons event. The UK won the 'test match' against Netherlands (for Staunton's ashes?). The second tournament featured such stare of the magnitude of Korchnoi and Timman... wonderful!

462 British Championship - David Howell, aged 18, came, saw and con­quered in Torquay, with one of the most brilliant championship-winning performances for years. He set the pattern with attacking play and the field followed his lead - superb chess!

482 Biel - another teenager, French prodigy Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, surprised the elite grandmasters in the classic Swiss tournament. Don't miss his annotation of 'the game of the decade'!

480 Reviews and New Books

487 Spot The Continuation

488 Speelman on the Endgame

492 News in Brief

494 FIDE Grand Prix, Jermuk

498 Quotes and Queries

499 Endgame Studies

446 Forthcoming Events

British Chess Magazine - September 2009