Chess Informant 145 - Harvest
336 pages, paperback
CHESS INFORMANT’S 145th ADVENTURE
Presents 350 pages of the very best in chess:
Rogers – Biel 2020 – tournament review
Moradiabadi – The Legends of Chess (The Ragozin explorations)
Foisor– The Legends of Chess(Technical Masterclass)
Martinovic – The Croatian Championship – tournament review
Marin – The Strength of Mobile Pawn Centre (Old Wine in New Bottles)
Ivanisevic – The English Repertoire for White (Ivan’s Short Cuts)
Sulskis – Thrill on the Endge of the Chessboaed (Interception)
Perunovic – Sicilian Richter Rauzer
Rambaldi – The Nimzo-Indian Defence – Opening Survey
Priyadharshan Kannappan– Sacrificing the Queen – Part I
Delchev – Tactics Training
Prusikin – Positional Queen Sacrifice
Rogers – Bath 1983 (The Past is a Foreign Country)
Griffin – Botvinnik's Lectures
Traditional sections: games, combinations, endings, endgame blunders, Tournament reviews, the best game from the preceding volume and the most important theoretical novelty from the preceding volume.
The periodical that pros use with pleasure is at the same time a must have publication for all serious chess students!
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