AMERICAN CHESS MAGAZINE Issue no. 17

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American Chess Magazine is "the chess magazine that the chess world needs and deserves!". The winner of six awards and five honorable mentions by the Chess Journalists of America in 2018, this large, beautifully produced magazine not only brings a slew of articles on events with deeply commented games, but includes columns by such legendary players as Seirawan, So, Shahade, Benjamin, Sokolov and many more! If you're interested in American Chess, look no further than American Chess Magazine. Published 6 times per year.
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American Chess Magazine is "the chess magazine that the chess world needs and deserves!". The winner of six awards and five honorable mentions by the Chess Journalists of America in 2018, this large, beautifully produced magazine not only brings a slew of articles on events with deeply commented games, but includes columns by such legendary players as Seirawan, So, Shahade, Benjamin, Sokolov and many more! If you're interested in American Chess, look no further than American Chess Magazine.

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Go-Getter Gets Grandmaster title: 16-year old Brandon Jacobson from New Jersey wins the Charlotte Open and gains his final GM-norm

The remarkable young man portrayed on the cover of ACM #17 is none other than the latest American Grandmaster – Brandon Jacobson. Brandon’s best chess results were achieved after he was accepted at the prestigious Columbia University at the age of 14(!). Here, exclusively for ACM, Brandon tells the story of his journey towards the elite chess title. His own analyses of key games, in which he had to overcome serious challenges, are highly instructive and will surely be an inspiration for any other go-getter on a similar quest. In the interview that follows, Brandon talks about his teenage experiences both in chess and life, while emphasizing the importance of family support. 
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Pages 100 Pages
Publication Date Jun 14, 2020
Number of Issues Individual Issue - Subscription Available Separately
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
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