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Art.-No.: LZNICM1105
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New in Chess Magazine 2011 / 5

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 9789056913519
Year of Publication 2011
Binding brochure

006 NIC's Café

008 Your Move

010 Back to Work After a brief paternal leave World Champion Vishy Anand returned to competitive chess with a dashing win over Alexey Shirov in Leon.

016 We Love the 90s Show Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karjakin, the most gifted chess players born in 1990, dominated the Kings' Tournament in the Romanian town of Medias. The Norwegian won thanks to a better tiebreak.

032 'Zurich 1953' Revisited David Bronstein's classic on Zurich 1953 is arguably the most famous tournament book in chess literature. Mihail Marin 'rediscovered' the two volumes that Miguel Najdorf dedicated to this titanic struggle.

040 Short but Swedish At the age of 19, the Sigeman tournament can look back on a happy childhood and look forward to a memorable jubilee next year.

054 In and Out of Africa Nigel Short writes about his recent journeys. 'When playing in such countries, it is advantageous to be as phlegmatic as possible: anything can happen and probably will.'

056 Houdini and the Others These days the world top relies on a whole new generation of engines, with names like Firebird, Stockfish or, the strongest and most popular of them all, Houdini.

060 Osip Bernstein's Long Life Genna Sosonko portrays an almost forgotten master who once competed with the very best in the world.

068 Chess in the Capital For the first time in his career Ruslan Ponomariov won the Ukrainian championship.

076 The Relevance of Reverence (and Elephants) Luke McShane reviews the chess books he read recently.

080 Mr. Sabbatical Enjoying a well-deserved sabbatical Loek van Wely won in Las Vegas and came close to winning in Philadelphia.

088 S.O.S.: An Unusual Taimanov

092 Poetry and Gruesome Deaths Hans Ree thoroughly enjoyed Christian Hesse's The Joys of Chess .

096 Hertan's Forcing Moves

098 Morozevich's Comeback Jan Timman takes a closer look at Alexander Morozevich's return to good form at the Russian Higher League.

104 Kirsan's War On Chess 'Ilyumzhinov has been poisoning the roots of chess since he took office, a steady campaign to trivialize the game and its players', writes Garry Kasparov.

106 Just Checking Any idea who Wesley So would like to invite for dinner?

New in Chess Magazine 2011 / 5