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Anonymous
Thursday, September 25, 2008 18:26
Yearbook 88 has just arrived, and in this issue of The Chess Player's Guide to Opening News you will find, among much else, answers to urgent questions like: -- What does Carlsen offer White and Black in the Catalan? -- Has Ivanchuk pinpointed White's weak spot in the Petroff? -- Which novelty revived an ailing Gr?ɬºnfeld line? -- Has Kramnik...
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Anonymous
Friday, September 19, 2008 18:37
"If you want to become a stronger player, you have to join Pinter's classes", is what they say in Hungary. They are referring to a most remarkable publishing project: the very succesfull 1,000 series, written and assembled by GM Jozsef Pinter. This series consits of big (but affordable) collections of superb chess training material, mostly in...
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Anonymous
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 17:02
World Champion Viswanathan Anand has created a monument of insight into top-level chess, My Career: two new DVDs which we are offering with a 5% discount. In the 8 hours(!) of running time of these DVDs, Anand shows that he fully deserves his reputation as the most accessible top-level chess analyst in the world. From 1984 when, at the age of 15,...
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Anonymous
Saturday, September 13, 2008 0:32
I don't know about you, but when we hear the word "puzzle" our mind tends to go slightly hazy. Aren't puzzles about relaxing? Isn't doing puzzles about freewheeling and having a good time? Perfectly all right occupations of course, unless you are actually trying to achieve something, like getting better at chess. Believe us: the title of the book...
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Anonymous
Thursday, September 11, 2008 1:54
How much book do you need to know? "The bare minimum is", said GM Andrew Soltis, "you need to know the traps that come up in your openings." 222 Opening Traps after 1.d4 is the title of a new book we just received, an up-to-date and thorough piece of work by two German GM's: Karsten M?ɬºller and Rainer Knaak. M?ɬºller and Knaak have expanded the...
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Anonymous
Friday, September 05, 2008 20:47
In 97 countries all over the world the subscribers of New In Chess will shortly receive issue 2008/6 on their doormat. They will find it full of interesting stuff: -- on-the-spot reports from Biel, Mainz, Siberia, Copenhagen, Athens and Philadelphia -- exclusive annotations by Anand, Carlsen, Shirov, Eljanov...
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Anonymous
Friday, August 29, 2008 21:17
The bad news about New In Chess magazine is that this Monday, 1 September 2008, our subscription rates will go up. The good news is that, untill then, you can still subscribe (or renew your subscription) for the old, cheaper rate. This is our first price hike in two years -- in the meantime all our suppliers have raised their prices considerably....
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Anonymous
Friday, August 22, 2008 20:20
Our SUMMERSALE is on, which means fabulous savings on a wide range of high quality products! All these titles, and more, at 50% OFF only until August 28: Tactics in the Chess Opening 2 Football & Chess Paul Morphy Timman: De Krachtvan het Paard Schach ohneScheuklappen Band 3   Danish Dynamite...
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Tuesday, August 19, 2008 17:21
PocketFritz 3 (which runs on Pocket PC's) may be small, but its playing strength is gigantic. Its estimated elo is 2550, and it has a well-balanced positional style, spiced up with first-class tactics. But PocketFRritz 3 it is much more than just the ultimate mobile playing beast, and brings you: -- direct access to the new, high-speed games...
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Anonymous
Friday, August 15, 2008 18:26
Our 10% discount offer on Garry Kasparov's upcoming book ends today.Kasparov vs Karpov 1975 - 1985 not only deals with the games themselves, but also with the political machinations that surrounded this epic clash. So if you want a good price for this groundbraking tale on the nerve-racking first two world championship-matches against Karpov, you...

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