CHESS INFORMANT 122 MECHANICS 352 pages; December 2014.
CONTENTS: CARLSEN-ANAND World Championship match 2014:
THE MASTER OF QUIET POSITIONS - By GM Ernesto Inarkiev (28 pages)
SOCHI EQUATION - By GM Aleksandar Colovic (2 pages)
AVOIDING THE SAEMISCH BY A LESS TRAVELLED ROAD - Old Indian Defence A54 - By GM Alexander Morozevich (13 pages)
A CHALLENGE - Reflections on the Midnight in Moscow column (2 pages)
TOPALOV'S COMEBACK - By GM Ivan Sokolov (14 pages)
IS CHESS IS A MATTER OF MEMORY? - Lasker's double sacrifice - By GM Mihail Marin (13 pages)
BACK TO THE MIDNIGHT SUN 1 - Theoretically important games from the Chess Olympiad (Tarrasch, Scandinavian and Dutch) - By GM Wesley So (15 pages)
TRENDING NOW: 1.b3 THE NIMZOWITSCH-LARSEN OPENING! - By GM Sarunas Sulskis (13 pages)
BACK TO THE MIDNIGHT SUN 2 - The Women's Olympiad had its own share of drama and excitement - By GM Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant (19 pages)
ADVANCED OPENING GUIDE: BERLIN RUY LOPEZ - By GM Emanuel Berg (12 pages)
THE PRINCIPLE OF TWO WEAKNESSES - By GM Karsten Mueller (11 pages)
CI LABS B51 Sicilian Defence Moscow Variation - By GM Eduardas Rozentalis (7 pages) E69 King's Indian Defence, Fianchetto Variation - By GM Robert Markus (9 pages)
ALAPIN 2.c3 Sicilian B22 - 4th part - By GM Vassilios Kotronias (22 pages)
GAMES: 200 games annotated in traditional non-language style
COMBINATIONS - By GM Branko Tadic
ENDINGS - By IM Goran Arsovic
STUDIES - By IM Yochanan Afek
TOURNAMENTS ----------------352 pages in total
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