CHESS INFORMANT’S 149th ADVENTURE
United Colours of Autumn
Presents 350 pages of the very best in chess:
Duda – How I won the World Cup
Ivic & Mio. Perunovic – World Cup Fairy Tale
Leitao – South Americans in the World Cup
Perunovic – Duda’s World Cup Black Repertory
Foisor – St. Louis Rapid&Blitz (Tournament review)
Moradiabadi – Sinquefield Cup (Tournament review)
Gormally – Danny’s Chess Diary (Northumbria Masters)
Priyadharshan K. – Asian Masters – Meltwater Tour (Tournament review)
Davies – Understanding the Openings (The Semi-Tarrasch part 1)
Szabo – Anti-Marshall 8.a4 d5!? (Opening Survey)
Prusikin – A Story about Horses and Elephants (Knight versus Bishop)
Petrov – World Championship Game Changers – part 1
Rogers – Reggie Emilia 1984/1985 (Rogers’ Reminiscences)
Griffin – A Tribute to Iron Tigran (Polugaevsky-Petrosian 1970.)
Traditional sections: games, combinations, endings, 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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