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Jan Werle, Rustam Kasimdzhanov and Mihail Marin explain stunning new opening ideas in just 30 minutes
Special: Vassily Ivanchuk - “just a genius!”
22 games of the Ukrainian star, annotated by CBM authors
All in One: Grand Prix Attack á la Grischuk + The Dubov System
Davorin Kuljasevic and Vladimir Fedoseev dissect two topical opening lines
The winner of the Magnus Carlsen Invitational analyses his Sicilian triumph from the final
Linares 1991 – Strategy
Mihail Marin focusses on games of the main heroes: Ivanchuk, Kasparov, Beliavsky, Jussupow and Salov
Serve and volley: the Belgrade Gambit
Christian Braun hits with 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.d4 exd4 5.Nd5
Carlsen’s Kamikaze king
Peter Heine Nielsen examines the Carlsen's Dragadorf victory vs. Dominguez Perez from the Opera Euro Rapid
No gap in the Stonewall
Dutch vs. the Reti/English – Victor Moskalenko shows how to deal with White’s setups without d2-d4
Magnus Carlsen Invitational and Opera Euro Rapid
Games analyses by Aniish Giri, Wesley So, Jan Krzysztof Duda, Peter Heine Nielsen et al.
A sacrificial attack to remember!
Robert Ris dissects the spectacular game So-Aronian “Move by Move”
The pawn as universal weapon!
Tactics with Oliver Reeh featuring 30 games with exercises + 4 interactive videos
Save the best for last
50 high-class endgames from the Champions Chess Tour 2021 analysed by Karsten Müller
CBM authors analyse their favourite game by Vassily Ivanchuk from 1987 until 2019. An exclusive collection of 22 annotated games with numerous brilliant moments!
Our authors have twice picked up on new opening ideas from the world champion: Rustam Kasimdzhanov checks out the dynamic 11...Ne7 in the Sveshnikov Variation. And Jan Werle is enthused by Carlsen’s 9...Qc8 in the Nimzo-Indian with 4.f3. Mihail Marin links the Mikenas System games of Kasparov and Korchnoi to the game Ding Liren-Radjabov from the World Cup 2019.
Opera Euro Rapid 2021: As on the second stop of the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour 2021, Wesley So was successful in the final against Magnus
Carlsen. Jan-Krzysztof Duda, Anish Giri, Peter Heine Nielsen and Romain Edouard provide detailed analyses.
Magnus Carlsen Invitational 2021: The world champion could not prevail again and was eliminated in the semifinals against Ian Nepomniachtchi.
Anish Giri seized the opportunity. The Dutchman comments on no less than six of his games. Further analyses by Wesley So.
GMs Davorin Kuljasevic and Vladimir Fedoseev dissect two topical opening lines. On the program there is the Grand Prix Attack à la Grischuk: 1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 d6 3.f4 g6 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.Bc4 Nc6 6.0-0 e6 7.d4!? and the “Paravyan-Dubov-System”: 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 d6 4.c3 f5.
11 opening articles with recommendations for your repertoire are waiting for you:
Moskalenko: Stonewall without d2-d4
Edouard: Old Benoni 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 c5 3.d5 b5 4.e4!?
Kuzmin: Sicilian Rossolimo Variation with 3...e5
Ris: Sicilian Four Knights with 9...Rb8
Santiago: French 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Sd2 Sc6
Braun: Scotch Belgrade Gambit 5.Nd5
Schandorff: Italian with 8...a5
Papp: Ruy Lopez Zaitsev-Variation with 12.a3/14.b4
Szabo: Semi-Slav with 7.Bd3 and 8.Nge2
Grigoriants: Tarrasch Defence 5...cxd4
Postny: Nimzo-Indian 4.f3 d5 5.a3 Bxc3+ 6.bxc3 c5
Trap expert Rainer Knaak presens nine recently seen traps, three of them in FritzTrainer video format.
In his first article in the interactive training series IM Robert Ris invites you to play interactively through “the most spectacular game of the Magnus Carlsen Invitational 2021“ (Wesley So – Levon Aronian).
Mihail Marin puts under the microscope games by the five most successful players in this classic tournament: Ivanchuk, Kasparov, Beliavsky, Jussupow and Salov. Inlcuding an introductory video (running time: 40 imnutes).
A game between De Labourdonnais and McDonnell (London 1834) with a fulminating attack on the kingside is up for discussion. “What is most interesting is perhaps that the whole attack was objectively correct”, is Dorian Rogozenco’s conclusion.
Oliver Reeh's tactics article contains 30 games with a plentiful supply of training questions. Don't miss to play through his favourite four combinations in the interactive video clips!
Karsten Müller’s contributions once more cover various areas from the “supertournament” in Linares in 1991 to the highlights from Magnus Carlsen Infivatitional 2021 and the Opera Euro Rapid 2021. 50 high-class endgame analyses and training tasks.