New In Chess 2015/2
The World's Premier Chess Magazine
by The NIC Editorial team
Publisher: New In Chess, 2015
ISBN : 978-90-5691-578-0
Pages : 106
A Year in the Life
How does Magnus Carlsen’s first year as World Champion compare to his predecessors?
His start was shaky, but once he picked up speed with a six-game winning streak, nothing and no one could stop Magnus Carlsen from claiming the 77th Tata Steel Masters.
The World Champion speaks.
Vive la Différence
Nigel Short wonders why men’s and women’s brains should function in the same way.
Parimarjan’s Chess Gym
When is the time to calculate?
Round about Midnight
An Armageddon game decided the Grenke Chess Classic in Baden-Baden.
Maximize Your Tactics
Packing My Library
Hans Ree on acquiring and shedding books.
When the Going Gets Fast…
The 4th Zurich Chess Challenge was a tight race between Vishy Anand and Hikaru Nakamura, decided in the latter’s favour in another Armageddon tiebreak.
The Eyes of Viktor Kortchnoi
One of our greatest heroes seen through the eyes of world-famous novelist Arturo Pérez-Reverte.
Fair & Square
Sadler on Books
The Nakamura Show
Jan Timman looks at the American’s win in Gibraltar.
Who would Ljubomir Ljubojevic like to be if he weren’t himself?
Contributors to this issue
Anish Giri, Vitaly Gnirenko, Ding Liren, Ljubomir Ljubojevic, Arkadij Naiditsch, Hikaru Nakamura, Parimarjan Negi, Peter Heine Nielsen, Maxim Notkin, Arturo Perez-Réverte, Hans Ree, Eric van Reem, Matthew Sadler, Nigel Short, Jan Timman, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Wesley So, Wei Yi