ChessBase Magazine 183 (Avril-Mai 2018).
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ChessBase Magazine 183 (Avril-Mai 2018). Périodique sur le jeu d'échecs en anglais.
· Wijk aan Zee
· Tradewise Gibraltar
· 12 new opening ideas
· In Focus: Open Ruy Lopez
· Jonas Lampert: French Fort Knox
WORLD CLASS PLAYERS ANNOTATE
· Anish Giri
· Michael Adams
· Peter Heine Nielsen
· Efstratios Grivas:
FIDE Training course
· Simon Williams: Move by Move
· Rainer Knaak: Opening Trap
· Mihail Marin: Strategy
· Oliver Reeh: Tactics
· Karsten Müller: Endgames
The editor’s top ten:
Has Magnus Carlsen really given away a piece? Dragon expert Peter Heine Nielsen explains what lies behind it.
When Anish Giri defeated the clear leader Shakhriyar Mamedyarov in Wijk, the tournament became interesting; the Dutch player himself shows you his crashing victory.
London System: Alexey Kuzmin’s setup 1.d4 Nf6 2.Bf4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.e3 Bg7 5.h4 is venomous and can also be learned quickly.
Decision in Wijk: Enjoy Daniel King’s video summary of the tiebreak Carlsen vs. Giri.
In a Sicilian Stunner from Oliver Reeh White makes the going at first, but you get the opportunity to distinguish yourself in the defence of the black position.
The German player Jonas Lampert shows you a convincing path for White against the popular Fort Knox variation of the French!
Move by Move with Simon Williams: attack along with Abhijeet Gupta and hunt down Ivanchuk’s king.
If you are looking for a safe repertoire against 1.b3 Renato Quintiliano can guarantee you the correct one.
French Defence: Mihail Marin investigates the pawn formation that arises when Black has played ...f6 it comes to the exchange of the e5- for the f6-pawn.
In the interactive endgame our expert Karsten Müller asks you some tricky questions: can you do better than the two players?