New in Chess Magazine 2020/5
100 pages, brochure, New in Chess, 1. edition 2020
006 Dream position
Organizers of summer tournaments long for the moment when they can welcome their guests in person again.
008 NIC’s Café
A fully operational chess set of 9 by 9 millimetres, chess in space and playwrights and pop musicians who keep remembering Kasparov vs. Deep Blue.
010 What’s in a name?
Magnus Carlsen has now won two of the first three legs of the Tour that carries his name, as he was on the rampage again in the Chessable Masters.
013 Celeb64: Charles Mingus
030 Swindles everywhere
030 Swindles everywhere
We asked you to send in your own swindles and the response was overwhelming.
038 Carlsen also excels in the clutch
The Saint Louis Chess Club resumed their activities online with the Clutch Chess International. A record $265,000 prize-fund attracted a field of world stars and the best American players. Guess who won?
050 Fair & Square
Irina Krush drew strength from chess as she battled Covid-19. Ennio Morricone liked to dream that he was a chess great from the past.
056 Darwin plays chess
Willy Hendriks, the author of On the Origin of Good Moves, questions the conventional history of ideas in chess and pleads for an evolutionary perspective.
064 Interview: Daniil Dubov
In a frank interview the Muscovite looks back on his win in the Lindores Abbey Masters and vents his views on today’s top grandmasters and his childhood heroes. ‘There’s nothing wrong with chess. It’s the players that are boring.’
075 They are The Champions
Temor Kuybokarov is the national champion of Australia.
076 Maximize Your Tactics
Find the right moves.
078 What would you play?
Test your decision-making skills with Thomas ‘Toolbox’ Willemze.
084 Pattern Recognition
Invigorating your bishops at the cost of a pawn is often a good investment.
086 Karpov’s lessons
Judit Polgar looks at what she learned from the 12th World Champion during the many games they played and the many hours they trained together.
090 Sadler on Books
Our book reviewer tells you why the games and stories of George Mackenzie, Arthur Towle Marriott, Ivan Bukavshin and Stuart Rachels (5 stars!) are of interest to you.
095 Anything but average
Jan Timman found plenty to enjoy in a new book by study composer Werner Keym. Including the intriguing problem that graces our cover.
098 Just Checking
Which three people would Nikita Vitiugov like to invite to dinner?