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3 Tata Steel A - Carlsen 10 e lode con record
di Roberto Messa
9 L'intervista - Karjakin: sono pronto a lottare
di Janis Nisii
10 Tata Steel 2013 - Ciak si gioca!
di Yuri Garrett
16 Tata Steel B - Naiditsch primo al fotofinish
17 Tata Steel C - Brunello vince alla Fisher
19 L'intervista - Sabino: non so come ci sono riuscito
di Janis Nisii
21 Tata Steel C - Commenta Sabino Brunello
23 Baden Baden - Pronto riscatto per Caruana
di Mauro Barletta
27 Didattica - Questioni di stile e di tecnica
di Pierluigi Passerotti
31 Storia/1 - Busnardo, italiano ritrovato
di Stefano Zulian
33 Storia/2 - Il primo maestro del Veneto
di Antonio Rosino
36 Esercizi facili e di livello medio
38 Esercizi di livello avanzato - Posizioni didattiche
di Roberto Albanesi
38 Studi - I maestri internazionali italiani e la composizione
di Marco Campioli
40 Soluzioni posizioni didattiche
41 Costa Viola - Commenta Andrea Stella
42 Nova Gorica - Visintin outsider nell'open HIT
43 Montecatini - Commenta Fabio Bruno
45 Gibilterra - Vitiugov conquista la Rocca
di Dario Mione
51 Open di Mosca - Savchenko supera i favoriti
56 Lettere al direttore
56 Soluzioni esercizi facili e di livello medi
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2872, But Not There YetThe 75th Tata Steel Chess tournament ended in a sweeping victory for Magnus Carlsen. With seven-league strides the world’s number one raced through the jubilee edition to finish one-and-a half points ahead of fellow-Candidate Levon Aronian.
Three Metres from HeavenHow difficult is it to overcome the small distance that separates the A-Group and the B-Group in Wijk aan Zee? Sergey Shipov takes a closer look at the up-and-coming young talents.
Harry Nelson PillsburyJohn Hilbert and Olimpiu Urcan describe a week in the gruelling exhibition life of the great American champion.
The ‘Iceman’ ComethNikita Vitiugov is victorious in his Gibraltar Masters debut climbing to the top amid tough competition. Zhao Xue, only a point behind, claims the top woman’s prize.
Beware: Brilliancy!Yochanan Afek has a keen eye for baffling moves. Can you find the mates that grandmasters missed?
Open Sesame!Nigel Short explains what both the average player and the pro have to look for when they plan to play an open tournament.
Anand Wins in Baden-BadenA relieved Vishy Anand won his first classical tournament since 2008. As the early leader Fabiano Caruana collapsed in the turbulent last rounds of the Grenke Chess Classic, the World Champion crowned a return to good form, leapfrogging to clear first place with two dashing wins.
Fast Forward FabianoAs abruptly as he had dropped out of the Top 10, Fabiano Caruana shot up to seventh place in the world rankings again with probably his finest achievement to date.
Carlsen’s All-Round UnderstandingJan Timman analyses two games that show the strength of Magnus Carlsen in all phases of the game.
Just CheckingWho is Arkadij Naiditsch’s favourite player of all time?
Did they play your opening?In this issue games with the following openings were annotated by world class players:
Naiditsch-Anand, by Anand
Naiditsch-Grandelius, by Naiditsch
Grandelius-Ipatov, by Shipov
Karjakin-Hou Yifan, by Karjakin
Caruana-Meier, by Caruana
Ruy LopezCarlsen-Sokolov, by Carlsen
Hou Yifan-Carlsen, by Timman
Queen's Gambit Declined
Le Quang Liem-Short, by Short
Rapport-Movsesian, by Rapport
Giri-Caruana, by Giri
Nakamura-Aronian, by Aronian
Aronian-Anand, by Anand
Queen's Gambit Accepted
Zhao Xue-Ivanchuk, by Zhao Xue
Dubov-Tiviakov, by Shipov
Ipatov-Nikolic, by Shipov
Vitiugov-Vachier-Lagrave, by Vitiugov
Caruana-Kramnik, by Giri
Carlsen-Karjakin, by Timman
|Chess Magazine Marzo 2013|
Sito : Chess.co.uk
- 60 Seconds with... - We catch up with Stewart Haslinger after his success in Seville
- The Unstoppable Magnus the Great - Yochanan Afek watched as Carlsen conquered Wijk aan Zee
- "I think I played a Good Tournament" - Sergey Karjakin reveals that he was happy with 3rd place at Wijk
- Who is Hou? - Janis Nisii was impressed by the former Women's World Champion
- Wood Green fight back in Daventry - Simon Ansell reports from the second 4NCL weekend
- Repertoires and the Lopez - What did John Emms discover while writing about the opening?
- Danny Gormally's Dutch Christmas - Find out how the intrepid traveller fared in Groningen
- Vitiugov Rocks Gibraltar - How the Russian GM overcame Nigel Short in a dramatic tiebreak
- Amazing Resources in the Endgame - Mitrofanov’s outstanding move continues to inspire
- Basic Instinct: Part II - Peter Lalic moves on to the middlegame