New in Chess: The First 25 Years by Steve Giddins

By Steve Giddins

Ever considering that its release in 1984, New In Chess has been the preferred and widely-read chess journal on the planet, with a readership that levels from international champions to the humblest membership participant.

No different journal in chess background can boast one of these glittering array of world-class grandmasters among its ordinary contributors.

Now, to mark the twenty fifth anniversary of the magazine's release, New In Chess: the 1st 25 Years brings you an anthology of its most sensible and such a lot unique articles over the interval.

From match stories, annotated video games, interviews, ancient articles, endgame analyses, and masses, even more, the booklet bargains a special viewpoint at the chess of the previous region of a century.

Here you could learn inside of money owed of a few of the maximum chess tales of the earlier 25 years, together with Kasparov's gorgeous retirement statement in 2005, Fischer's ultimate years in Iceland, how Kramnik took the realm identify from Kasparov in 2000, and the way Anand took an identical name from Kramnik himself, 8 years later.

The many interviews within the ebook contain no fewer than 9 global champions, plus numerous different prime grandmasters.

Steve Giddins is a Fide grasp from England, and a hugely skilled chess author and journalist. His past initiatives for brand spanking new In Chess contain co-editing The Chess teacher 2009, and translating a couple of books from Russian.

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