Chess Magazine - September 2012

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Chess Magazine - September 2012

Beitragvon Topschach » Mo 5. Nov 2012, 07:30

Topschach Kommentar:
Very British ! Etwas anderes fällt mir leider zu der neusten Ausgabe des Chess Magazine aus dem Hause Chess & Bridge nicht ein. Ist aber auch verständlich. Nachdem die Weltmeisterschaft und die Schacholympiade für globale Themen sorgten, wandert nun langsam aber sicher wieder der Lokaljournalismus in das Heft zurück.


Chess Magazine - September 2012
The Global Game
by The Chess Magazine Editorial Team

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Publisher: Chess & Bridge , 2012
Edition: Magazine
ISSN: 0964-6221
Pages: 60
Language: English

New survey reveals 192 million regular players in the UK, US, Germany, Russia and India

UK's most popular CHESS Magazine - established 1935! All the regular features of the UK's best-selling CHESS magazine plus more!

• British Championships, North Shields - Richard Palliser reports on Gawain Jones’s success in the North East, with Gawain himself annotating his best games

• Biel Festival - Steve Giddins reports on the traditional Swiss tournament, and Wang Hao’s achievement in finishing ahead of Magnus Carlsen

• Interview: Andrew Poulson - John Saunders and Matthew Read meet the man who holds the rights to organising the world championship in the next few years

• Dutch Summer of Chess - Yochanan Afek tours the chess tournaments of the Netherlands - and wonders why more Brits don’t make the trip!

• Chess in the 1980's - John Saunders moves on to the 1980s, and the magazine’s tricky switch from descriptive to algebraic notation

• Study Chess with Matthew Sadler - The genial English GM introduces his exciting new book - plus a fascinating extract from it

• Do you think like an Olympian? - Angus Dunnington ponders the question of what chessplayers can learn from Olympics sports stars

Plus more!

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