CHESS Magazine - September 2023


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All the regular features of the UK's best-selling CHESS magazine and more! Regular features include: How Good is Your Chess? by GM Daniel King, Saunders on Chess, Find the Winning Moves, Never Mind the Grandmasters..., Studies, Home & Overseas News, Forthcoming Events Calendar and Book Reviews.   

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In this issue:



Editorial....................................................................................................................4

Malcolm Pein on the latest developments in the game

A Hard-Fought British ....................................................................................10

The class of Michael Adams was to tell as Daniel Fernandez faded

Clash of the Champions.................................................................................14

Michael Adams on how he beat defending champion Harry Grieve

A Pivotal Encounter .........................................................................................16

Steven Jones had a very successful British and also annotates

A Tale of Two Tournaments..........................................................................18

John Saunders reports from the second Kingston International

Find the Winning Moves.................................................................................22

A bumper set of puzzles to warm you up for the new season

How Good Is Your Chess? .............................................................................26

Daniel King presents a beautiful attacking display

It Takes a Village...............................................................................................30

Ben Graff went behind the scenes at the British Championships

How to not win a Chess Tournament.......................................................33

A 65+ special from Terry Chapman whom Caïssa didn’t favour

Forthcoming Events.........................................................................................35

Feeding Two Birds With One Scone..........................................................36

Steve Firth discovers rapidplay chess is a binary world

How to Beat a Grandmaster.........................................................................39

Paul Littlewood presents a fine attack by Cyrus Lakdawala

Never Mind The Grandmasters... ...............................................................40

Carl on Darth Vader and The Black Death, aka J.H. Blackburne

Slow Burner .........................................................................................................42

Julian Way on learning from the strategic play of Amos Burn

60 Seconds With... Steven Jones ..............................................................44

We learn a little about one of the stars of this summer’s British

Home News..........................................................................................................46

A GM norm for Ameet Ghasi and all the prize-winners from Leicester

Overseas News...................................................................................................50

Ju Wenjun narrowly held off Lei Tingjie to retain her world title

Chess is Tennis for the Mind?......................................................................52

Geoff Chandler ponders a complex issue

Solutions ...............................................................................................................53

This Month’s New Releases ..........................................................................55

Sean Marsh examines major publications on Euwe and Korchnoi

Saunders on Chess............................................................................................58

John found the FIDE World Cup a pleasant distraction

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