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Art.-No.: LZNICM1101
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New in Chess Magazine 2011/1

106 pages, brochure, New in Chess, 1. edition 2011.

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Language English
Author ten Geuzendam, Dirk Jan
Timman, Jan
Publisher New in Chess
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 270 g
Width 21 cm
Height 27 cm
Pages 106
ISBN-13 9789056913472
Year of Publication 2011
Binding brochure

006 NIC's Café

009 Your Move

010 London is Carlsen's Call The second edition of the London Chess Classic repeated everything that made the first one so memorable and enjoyable, rightly assuming that the difference would be made by the addition of World Champion Vishy Anand and the new games the grandmasters were going to delight us with. And although the winner's name also remained the same, the way Magnus Carlsen repeated last year's victory turned out to be an entirely different story.

038 The Promise 'Three years ago, when I finished in second place here in Reggio Emilia, my father told me that the trophy awarded to the winner was very pretty. I promised to win the cup for him next time. Today I'm so happy that I was able to keep that promise!', said Vugar Gashimov after his victory at the 53rd Torneo di Capodanno.

048 Of Beasts and Books In his first contribution our new columnist Nigel Short deplores the downsides of the democratisation of information that the computer has brought to chess.

050 What's Next for Ian Nepomniachtchi? He entered the Russian Super Final as European champion and ended the tournament as new Russian champion. Mark Glukhovsky, editor-in-chief of '64', analyses the progress of former wunderkind Ian Nepomniachtchi to a mature grandmaster who is ready to compete with the very best.

064 Warming up for a Sabbatical With his announced sabbatical ­eerily drawing close, Loek van Wely ­decided to make a last splash on the American circuit.

072 Hou Yifan Women's World Champion In an all-Chinese final 16-year-old Hou Yifan defeated her compatriot Ruan Lufei to become the youngest Women's World Champion in history.

078 'Chess Is My Bread and Butter' Jimmy Adams remembers Larry Evans (1932-2010), for decades one of the top players in the USA and for more than half a century one of its most prolific chess writers.

086 Forcing Moves Test your tactical acumen by solving Charles Hertan's brain crunchers.

087 Double Punishment in London Jan Timman analyses two games from the London Chess Classic that brought Vladimir Kramnik a lot less than he deserved.

094 S.O.S. Jeroen Bosch reveals the secret of the North Sea Defence as an opening surprise.

099 Homo Ludens In his 50th Rowson's Reviews, ­Jonathan Rowson takes a close look at An ­Anthropologist at the Chessboard by Robert Desjarlais, a remarkable book to be published later this year.

104 Just Checking What was the most exciting chess game Garry Kasparov ever saw?

New in Chess Magazine 2011/1