Chess Informant - Issue 144

Jubilee
Chess Informant 144 contains hundreds of games, annotated by strong players, cross tables, tournament results, separate chapters on combinations, endgames, problems, studies. It includes analysis of particular openings, regular columns of top players on various themes etc.
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CHESS INFORMANT’S 144th ADVENTURE

Jubilee

Presents 338 pages of the very best in chess:

Matanovic Jubilee – A Tribute to Chess Legend

Rogers - Keres Memorial 1985 (Rogers’ Reminiscences)

Harikrishna – FIDE Nations Cup Review

Gormally – Chess in the 90s (Danny’s Chess Diary)

Ivanisevic – My Repertoire Against the Dutch (Ivan’s Short Cuts)

Leitao – No Limits for Creativity (Bossa Nova)

Perunovic – Chess in Time of Corona (Opening Novelties)

Foisor – Magnus Invitational Review (State of Play with Sabina)

Prusikin – The Isolated Pawn Couple

Moradiabadi – The Ragozin Defence - New Trends

Delchev – Tactics Training

Marin – Old Wine in New Bottles

Griffin – The Birth of Hubner Variation

Chess Studies Section – Sergey Didukh

Traditional sections: games, combinations, endings, correspondence chess, endgame blunders, Tournament reviews, the best game from the preceding volume and the most important theoretical novelty from the preceding volume.

The periodical that pros use with pleasure is at the same time a must have publication for all serious chess students!

We bring the very best in chess to you for more than 50 years!


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Author/s Chess Informant
Pages 338 pages
Publication Date Jul 6, 2020
Notation Type FAN - Figurine
Popular Series Chess Informants
Book Binding Type Paperback
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