Schach-Informator 117 JazzEdition

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Schach-Informator 117 JazzEdition
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Kasparov and Marin


This is fifth Kasparov's column in a row. In previous articles he revealed some of extraordinary games, true unknown gems, recently played all over the world. Now he is back on the main stage. Under his scope is the game Svidler-Grischuk, the fighting draw from the 2013 London Candidates' Tournament. If you think that everything about this great event is already said, just sit back and read these annotations by the greatest chess authority of our time. But do not forget that at the same this is the story about Garry Kasparov's beloved King's Indian Defense.


A lot of praises regularly goes to Romanian GM Mihail Marin for his Old Wine in New Bottles column in every Chess Informant. It is educational, it is deeply analyzed, but above and beyond everything it is amusing to read. His new lesson, called Spanish Knights, will contribute to your understanding of the knights-driven attacking scheme in Ruy Lopez. He elaborates the theme through six games starting from 1869 to the contemporary ones. Once again, Marin is proving that every new idea is actually a long-forgotten one.


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JazzEdition

The Chess Informant series has dramatically changed with the introduction of a larger amount of English language-based content. Now it goes a step further. Next to the Garry's Choice column, by 13th World Champion Garry Kasparov (often described as the best chess writing in the world today), and along with a column by well-known author Mihail Marin, there are many new features, signed by notable grandmasters and experts.
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Zustand NEU
Produktart Schachbuch
Seitenzahl 278 pages, softcover
EAN Nein
ISBN 0351-1375
Maße (Länge x Breite) Nein
Gewicht in g 455 g
Sprache Englisch
Autor/en Matanovic
Herausgegeben 2013
Verlag Chess Informant
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage
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