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New In Chess, Magazine 2007

New In Chess, Magazine 2007 - Geuzendam, Jan ten (EDT)/ Timman, Jan (EDT) - ISBN: 9789056911973
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback (01-02-2007)
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In New in Chess magazine you can read about what has happened lately in the world of chess:
* Kramnik succumbs to Deep Fritz
Acoording to the author of the Fritz engine, Frans Morsch, his program when run on a ''normal'' notebook should be strong enough to occupy 10th place in the world rankings. What it is capable of when, pumped up with some extra processors, it takes the stage as Deep Fritz, we saw in Bonn, where Kramnik succumbed to the machine 4-2.
* Alekseev new Russian Champion
''Finally the Russian chess society is trying to look to the future, and not to past'', writes Ernesto Inarkiev in his report of the Russian Super final. And with good reason. Defending champion Sergey Rublevsky was the oldest player (32), while most of the participants were little older than twenty. Evgeny Alekseev (21) and Dmitry Yakovenko (23) shared first place. In the rapid play-off Alekseev took the title.
* All the president's points
Due to a string of court cases that unsettled Indian chess life, Nigel Short had to wait for the 2006 Commonwealth Championship before he could defend the precious title he conquered in 2004.
* Like a bishop on the long diagonal
The first player to win the Capablanca Memorial for a second time was Vasily Smyslov, who was victorious in 1964 and 1965. At the 41st edition another Vasily topped the table for the second time in a row.
* Ivanchuk also remembers Torre
Mexico is enjoying a vertable chess boom, as tournaments are sprouting up everywhere. The oldest event is the Torre Memorial in Merida. Straight from his win in Havana, Vasily Ivanchuk arrived as top seed and duly took first prize.
* For the love of the game
With the death of David Bronstein last december 5, Caissa has lost one of her dearest sons. Bronstein ranks among the greatest players our game has ever seen. And as one of the most original thinkers. A lecture that he gave in California in 1992 will give you a taste of his passion for beautiful chess.
* India superior at Asian Games
For the first time in 55 years chess was included in the Asian Games. In the Qatari capital Doha, India finished way ahead of the rest thanks to the 3-0 rout of their main rivals China.
* Tal's forgotten match
Preparing for the 1979 Interzonal in Riga, Tal played a short training match. His opponent was Albert Kapengut, who remembers a ''brilliant chess player, his incredible mind and his magic charm''.
* Solo performance Morozevich
At the 16th Pamplona chess festival the risk-taking passions of the aficionados at the annual bull festival seemed to hover over the boards, as out of 28 games only 10 ended in draws. ''But'', as Alexey Kuzmin notes, ''even in the maelstrom of internecine battles, the impressive series of wins by Morozevich stands out''.
* Rowson's review
* The sourcerer
Hans Ree pays tribut to the late David Bronstein. He reread some of the great man's books and recollects his conversations.
* On the road
Jan Timman describes his recent adventures in various competitions.
* Human disfunction
Kasparov shares his views on the man vs machine duel in Bonn.
* Just checking
What's Evgeny Alekseev's greatest fear?


Titel: New In Chess, Magazine 2007
auteur: Geuzendam, Jan ten (EDT)/ Timman, Jan (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 98
Uitgever: Natl Book Network
Publicatiedatum: 01-02-2007
NUR: Tijdschriften
Afmetingen: 6 x 0 x 234
Gewicht: 204 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 905691197X
ISBN/ISBN13: 9789056911973
Intern nummer: 7245913


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