CHESS INFORMANT’S 155th ADVENTURE
*** Rejuvenated ***
Leitao – Brazilian Champion in Wijk aan Zee (Tournament Review)
Moradiabadi – Tata Steel 2023 Wijk aan Zee (Tournament Review)
Yochanan Afek – Perls from Wijk (Tournament Review)
Perunovic – Instructive positions from Wijk
Foisor – Women FIDE Grand Prix Munich (Tournament Review)
Shyam Sundar – This or that? (Instructive Lesson)
Gormally – 4NCL (Review)
Prusikin – The Uncastled King (Instructive Lesson)
Davies – The Catalan 7.dc5 (Theoretical Survey)
Kotronias – The King’s Indian 5.h3 (Theoretical Survey)
Szabo – The French C11 (Theoretical Survey)
Perelshteyn – The Ruy Lopez Nerwegian Variation (Theoretical)
Petrov – World Championship Game Changers – part 6
Rogers – Belgrade Open 1984 (Roger’s Reminiscences)
Griffin – Ljubojevic – Miles, Olympiad 1980 (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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