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Friday, April 24, 2009 1:11
At ChessVibes headquarters we constantly try to improve. Although our very first product was generally welcomed positively, we've taken the few bits of criticism seriously and since issue 15, CVO is now not 3 but 4 pages. You will find more text and explanation of the openings in our weekly PDF (+ PGN) which, by the way, has reached no. 16 already...
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Thursday, April 02, 2009 21:51
What was covered in ChessVibes Openings #11, #12 and #13? Time flies. Since the last time mentioned we ChessVibes Openings, we have published three more issues, covering all important opening developments from the Amber tournament as well as the Austrian, Dutch and German leagues and the European Championship. Our three Games of the Week cover the...
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Thursday, March 12, 2009 19:17
ChessVibes Openings #10 is out! The Najdorf is the most popular variation of the Sicilian, and it's clear why: the favorite opening of Fischer, Kasparov and Topalov has been very solid over the years. However, both 6.Bg5 and 6.Be2 are dangerous weapons at the moment, as was shown in Linares and at the European Championship this week. In CVO #10,...
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Thursday, March 05, 2009 19:19
ChessVibes Openings #9 is out! Our latest issue of ChessVibes Openings brings you the most important opening developments from last week, focusing on the Linares and the Bundesliga. All major 'TNs' (theorical novelties) from those events are covered in both our section "This week's harvest" and our "Game of the Week", which gets you full updated...
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Thursday, February 26, 2009 2:50
ChessVibes Openings #8 is out! Our latest issue of ChessVibes Openings brings you the most important opening developments from last week, covering the Topalov-Kamsky match, Linares and Aeroflot. In Moscow, Russian GM Vitiugov cleary missed our recommendation for White in the Slav Marshall Gambit from issue #6 - he suffered unnecessarily in his...
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Thursday, February 19, 2009 21:07
ChessVibes Openings #7 is out! Our latest issue of ChessVibes Openings brings you the most important opening developments from last week, focusing on the German Championship and covering the Semi-Slav Meran Variation in our Game of the Week. Our IMs also present you updates on the Nimzo-Indian (4.Qc2 0-0 5.e4!?) and the Open Catalan. Furthermore,...
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Friday, February 13, 2009 22:00
ChessVibes Openings #6 is out! Our latest issue of ChessVibes Openings brings you the most important opening developments from last week, focusing on the Moscow Open and covering the Marshall Gambit of the Semi-Slav, the Accelarated Dragon, the Sveshnikov, the Caro-Kann (a novelty at move 6!) and the Slav. Which openings are hot in top level...
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Thursday, February 05, 2009 0:08
ChessVibes Openings #5 is out! Our latest issue of ChessVibes Openings focuses on the most important opening developments from the Corus Chess Tournament, Gibraltar and the Bundesliga, covering the Ruy Lopez Archangelsk Variation, the Sicilian Najdorf (6.Be3 Ng4), the Ruy Lopez Anti Marshall (8.d4), the Ruy Lopez Berlin Wall and the Nimzo-Indian (...
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Friday, January 30, 2009 18:24
ChessVibes Openings #4 is out! Wednesday we emailed ChessVibes Openings #4 to our growing number of subscribers. In our brand new PDF (+PGN!) magazine we deliver the latest novelties in your mailbox! This week's issue focuses on the most important opening developments from the Corus Chess Tournament, covering the King's Indian Bayonet Attack (9.b4...
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Thursday, January 22, 2009 0:37
ChessVibes Openings #3 is out! We've just emailed ChessVibes Openings #3 to our subscribers - our brand new PDF (+PGN!) magazine that delivers the latest novelties in your mailbox! This week's issue focuses on the most important opening developments from the Corus Chess Tournament so far, covering the Botvinnik Semi-Slav, the Taimanov Sicilian,...

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