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Chess Informant  |  Chess Informant 128 Far Cry (June 2016)  


Chess Informant 128 Far Cry, 348 pages.
2016 European champion GM Ernesto Inakiev reveals Sergey's secret weapons at the Moscow Candidates’ tournament. GM Sarunas Sulskis dissects two key games that cleared the path to victory for Ernesto Inarkiev at the European Championship. In addition, Sulskis annotates a fascinating game by the title defender, Evgeny Najer. GM Michael Adams shares his views on what has recently become a very popular setup against Ruy Lopez – that is facing from both sides of the board. GM Mauricio Flores Rios presents 8 thoroughly examined games from the strongest ever US Championship plus a gem of a game from the Ultimate Blitz Challenge that will grip the reader's attention. GM Surya Ganguly reveals the inside track about the road to victory to Bangkok Open. Amazingly, he was also able to follow what was happening on other boards and pick out the most creative games. GM Ivan Sokolov highlights the most interesting games from the 18th Dubai Open, one of the strongest open tournaments in the world. GM Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant guides us through the Women's World Championship match held in Lvov. The 2015 European champion, GM Evgeny Najer, presents a selection of extremely interesting games and game fragments from Russian Team Championship. GM Sergey Rublevsky adds a very important theoretical game where his homework proved decisive. GM Mihail Marin was inspired by a recent game of Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu played in the 2016 European championship. Going back through chess history, Marin brings back memories of one of the greatest Sicilian attacking players of the second half of 20th century - legendary Serbian GM Dragoljub Velimirovic. With few pieces on the board, a problem often arises once they achieve their optimal placement. The author GM Karsten Mueller put it nicely: "If a player could just pass, as in the game of Go, then even king and rook could not win against a lone king.
A fine old gentleman, the granddaddy of all the top chess magazines around today, is back - fresher than ever and just waiting for you. So hop on board and renew your journey through the best the chess world has to offer!

Chess Informant is the Periodical the Pros Use, and all the entertainment and fun a true chess fan could want is inside: the games, the openings, the variations, the combinations and studies, the creative insights of our contributors.

CI brings tons of valuable resources for months of reading pleasure. In our publication, established in 1966, chess grandmasters are always at the forefront. The job of our team of experienced international editors is merely to create a supportive environment where the work of our chess heroes can shine in full splendour.
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Chess Informant   |   Chess Informant 128 Far Cry (June 2016)   


Chess Informant 128 Far Cry, 348 pages.
2016 European champion GM Ernesto Inakiev reveals Sergey's secret weapons at the Moscow Candidates’ tournament. GM Sarunas Sulskis dissects two key games that cleared the path to victory for Ernesto Inarkiev at the European Championship. In addition, Sulskis annotates a fascinating game by the title defender, Evgeny Najer. GM Michael Adams shares his views on what has recently become a very popular setup against Ruy Lopez – that is facing from both sides of the board. GM Mauricio Flores Rios presents 8 thoroughly examined games from the strongest ever US Championship plus a gem of a game from the Ultimate Blitz Challenge that will grip the reader's attention. GM Surya Ganguly reveals the inside track about the road to victory to Bangkok Open. Amazingly, he was also able to follow what was happening on other boards and pick out the most creative games. GM Ivan Sokolov highlights the most interesting games from the 18th Dubai Open, one of the strongest open tournaments in the world. GM Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant guides us through the Women's World Championship match held in Lvov. The 2015 European champion, GM Evgeny Najer, presents a selection of extremely interesting games and game fragments from Russian Team Championship. GM Sergey Rublevsky adds a very important theoretical game where his homework proved decisive. GM Mihail Marin was inspired by a recent game of Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu played in the 2016 European championship. Going back through chess history, Marin brings back memories of one of the greatest Sicilian attacking players of the second half of 20th century - legendary Serbian GM Dragoljub Velimirovic. With few pieces on the board, a problem often arises once they achieve their optimal placement. The author GM Karsten Mueller put it nicely: "If a player could just pass, as in the game of Go, then even king and rook could not win against a lone king.
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