Chess Informant 151
paperback, 336 pages
CHESS INFORMANT’S 151st ADVENTURE
Sokolov – Tata Steel 2022 Wijk aan Zee (Tournament Review)
Moradiabadi – Fide Grand Prix I Berlin (Tournament Review)
Leitao – The Clash of Generations (Tournament Review)
Ivanisevic – Zugzwang – Modern Practice (Instructive Lesson)
Prusikin – Bishop Pair in Closed Positions (Instructive Lesson)
Foisor – IQP Positions – Ideas and Plans for White (Instructive Lesson)
Golubev – The Berlin Ruy Lopez Re1 Variation (Theoretical Survey)
Davies – The 3…Qd6 Scandinavian (Theoretical Survey)
Perunovic – The Paulsen Sicilian (Theoretical Survey)
Szabo – Fianchetto English A49 – part II (Theoretical Survey)
Petrov – World Championship Game Changers – part 3
Rogers – Manila Chess Olympiad 1992 (Roger’s Reminiscences)
Griffin – A Tribute to Lev Psakhis (From Informant Archives)
Traditional sections: games, combinations, endings, Tournament reviews, the best game from the preceding volume and the most important theoretical novelty from the preceding volume.
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