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Saturday, November 03, 2007 5:59
If I tell you that New in Chess 2007 # 07 is a bumper issue with 106 pages, please realise we do NOT publish federation info, calendars, kid's puzzles, scoring tables from sub-regional competitions you didn't know existed, adress changes of local chairpersons, or similarly exciting news many publications seem to have to fill their pages with. From...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 5:59
As you may know, Fritz 11 is just around the corner (we are expecting it to arrive on November 20). It will contain loads of new and better features. To celebrate the big recent influx of new subscribers to New In Chess, we are making you an interesting offer: An 11% discount on Fritz 11! Offers ends on 11/11/2007. If you are interested you can...
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Wednesday, October 17, 2007 19:46
[lang_nl]Ahmed Adly uit Egypte en Vera Nebolsina uit Rusland hebben de titels gepakt op het WK Juniors & Meisjes in Jerevan, de hoofdstad van Armeni?ɬ´. Beiden scoorden 10 uit 13. Toen we het toernooi halverwege achterlieten, leidde Adly maar daarna ging het niet van een leien dakje. In ronde 9 en 10 verloor de Egyptische GM beide partijen,...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, October 16, 2007 6:59
We are selling a surprisingly high number of copies of a book by Howard Goldowsky, a chess writer from Massachusetts. The title of Goldowsky's book is: Engaging Pieces: Interviews and Prose for the Chess Fan. The book consists mainly of interviews with American chess players and writers. Jennifer Shahade, Mig Greengard and Hikaru Nakamura are...
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Anonymous
Friday, October 12, 2007 6:59
No instructions and learning curves today, because Paul Hoffman's King's Gambit is just a very good mix of personal memoir and chess essay. Paul Hoffman, of course, is the author of the international bestseller 'The Man Who Loved Only Numbers', the fascinating story of mathematician Paul Erd?ɬ?s. About Hoffman's new book Jared Diamond, the author...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, October 09, 2007 6:59
It has surprise value, it is easy to learn, and it leads to sharp and dynamic play early on in the game: the Budapest Gambit remains popular for very understandable reasons. That is why we are particularly happy with the spirited new book our printers have just delivered: The Fabulous Budapest Gambit by Viktor Moskalenko. Former Ukrainian Champion...
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Tuesday, October 09, 2007 4:07
[lang_nl]Al een paar maanden heeft IM John Watson een wekelijkse show op Chess.FM. De bekende schaakauteur en -recensent heeft al een verscheidenheid aan gasten gehad maar steeds ligt de focus op schaakboeken. Morgenavond heeft Watson een erg bijzondere gast in zijn ruim 60 minuten durende show: GM Jan Timman.[/lang_nl][lang_en]Already for a few...
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Anonymous
Thursday, October 04, 2007 6:59
Moldovan Grandmaster Victor Bologan is one of the strongest chess players of the world. He won, among many other trophies, the super tournament in Dortmund. He has just published: Victor Bologan's Selected Games 1985 - 2004, a splendid game collection enbedded in the personal story (with many pictures) of his development as a player. Bologan has...
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Anonymous
Friday, September 21, 2007 6:59
Hungarian GM Jozsef Pinter continues his incredible labor, and has just published a new tome, on the heels of his very popular 1000 Rook Endings and 1000 Pawns Endings. Fresh in, straight from Budapest, is his 549 pages book on minor piece endings. This is, again, a very straightforward book, with no less than 39(!) different categories of Bishop...
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Anonymous
Friday, September 14, 2007 6:59
"I'm in Salamanca at the moment, the day after my 32nd birthday. The date is March 16, 2007." These are the first two sentences of a new book, and the author is none other than former World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov! Quite appropriately we are presenting On The Edge in Elista at the beginning of the Mexico FIDE World Championship Tournament,...

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