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Amsterdam 1988
Letter about Kasparov-Karpov
by Aldo Haik
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Belfort 1988
World Cup Tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Budapest 1988
Spring Festival
by Helmut Cardon
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Esbjerg 1988
North Sea Cup
by Ferdinand Hellers
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Havana 1988
Capablanca Memorial
by Amador Rodriguez
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Munich 1988
Hjartarson cool and confident
by Paul Van der Sterren
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Philadelphia 1988
The traditional Ámerican Dream'
by Maxim Dlugy
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Rotterdam 1988
European Club Championship
by Ian Rogers , ,
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Trnava 1988
Richard Reti Memorial
by Jan Plachetka
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Vilnius 1988
Championship young masters
by Anatoly Bikhovsky
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Amsterdam 1988
Letter about Van der Wiel-Kasparov
by Magazine Reader
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Brussels 1988
SWIFT World Cup Tournament
by Bert Van de Kamp
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Amsterdam 1988
VSB Euwe memorial
by Willem Andriessen
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Amsterdam 1988
Kasparov Crushes Competion
by Tony Miles
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Bern 1988
Yugoslav Invasion
by Miso Cebalo
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Dortmund 1988
A long-standing tradition
by Sergiu Samarian
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Linares 1988
Crossing the Pyrenees for a smooth victory - 1. Timman
by Jan Timman
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Lublin 1988
Polish Championship
by Marek Hawelko
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Lugano 1988
A selection of 'small wonders'
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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New York 1988
Trading with the enemy
by The NIC Editorial team
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Oakham 1988
Junior International
by David Norwood
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Rome 1988
Banco di Roma
by Fernando Braga
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Saint John 1988
Tal World Blitz Champion
by Jonathan Speelman
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Brussels 1986
OHRA open
by Malcolm Pein
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Brussels 1986
Gaprindashvili wins Ohra tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Cannes 1988
Clock simul Kasparov
by The NIC Editorial team
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Hastings 1987/88
Letter about Short-Benjamin
by Magazine Reader
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Lvov 1987
The USSR preliminaries
by Alexander Chernin
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Sverdlovsk 1987
The USSR Preliminaries
by Alexander Chernin
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Wijk aan Zee 1988
Karpov again showing his Class
by John Fedorowicz
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Belgrade 1987
Ljubo's superior tight-rope act
by Jan Timman
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Estes Park 1987
The U.S. Championship
by Maxim Dlugy
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Hastings 1987/88
Good old Hastings
by Nigel Davies
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Havana 1987
Interzonal Tie-break
by Jose Vilela
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Norilsk 1987
Hot Battles on the Polar Circle
by Iivo Nei , ,
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Yurmala 1987
The Yurmala Quartet
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
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Tilburg 1986
Tilburg Emphasizes Own Tradition
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Amsterdam 1987
Gulko Handsomely Returns a Favour
by John Van der Wiel
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Amsterdam 1987 II
A feeling for nuance
by Mark Kremer
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Camagueey 1987
Capablanca memorial
by Carlos Garcia Palermo
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London 1987
American Invasion at Lloyds Bank
by Joel Benjamin
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Szirak 1987
Interzonal - Yought the winner
by Glenn Flear
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Warsaw 1987
Play off
by Iulius Armas
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Wroclaw 1987
Polish championship
by Jan Przewoznik
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Amsterdam 1987
VSB Euwe memorial
by Willem Andriessen
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Baguio City 1987
Anand new junior world champion
by Patrick Wolff
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Biel 1987
Women in Chess
by Ian Rogers
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Hilversum 1987
Dutch championship
by Mark Kremer
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Philadelphia 1987
World open - 1/2. Gulko, Miles
by Edwin Albaugh
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Subotica 1987
Interzonal - All Soviets Eliminated!
by Jonathan Speelman
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Swansea 1987
Short squarely answer critics
by Daniel King
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Zagreb 1987
Interzonal - Viktor Kortchnoi: A Hero of our Time
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Cannes 1987
Festival des Jeux
by Dario Doncevic
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Leningrad 1987
A Fistful of Roubles
by Murray Chandler
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Lugano 1987
Seirawan: Another major success
by Andrew Martin
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New York 1987
The greatest story ever told
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Uzhgorod 1987
Young Masters
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
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Brussels 1987
The Tournament with the Three K's - 1/2. Kasparov and Ljubojevic
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Bad Wörishofen 1987

by Dario Doncevic
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Bath 1987
Zonal - Speelman sprints to interzonal
by Glenn Flear
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Bern 1987
Max Blau memorial
by Albert Toby
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Dubai Olympiad 1986
Letter Karpov-Ribli
by Magazine Reader
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Gausdal zonal 1987
The importance of being Ernst
by Jonathan Tisdall
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Munich zonal 1987
Grünfeld and Hickl qualify for interzonal
by Robert Zysk
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Prague 1987
Bohemians-Festival
by Petr Streitberg
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Pucarevo 1987
Zonal - Yugoslav superiority
by Zoran Ilic
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Reykjavik 1987
Letter about Arnason-Timman
by Magazine Reader
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Santiago de Cuba 1987
Cuban championship
by Jose Vilela
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Sinaia 1987
Romanian championship
by Iulius Armas
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Warsaw 1987
Zonal Group A
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Warsaw 1987
Zonal Group B
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Brussels 1986
Yet another Kasparov success
by Glenn Flear
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Brussels 1986 II
Watson coasts to second GM norm
by Glenn Flear
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Dubai Olympiad 1986
Letter about Karpov-Sznapik
by Harold Van der Heijden
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Estes Park 1986
Letter about Benjamin-Alburt
by Magazine Reader
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Reykjavik 1987
Short Stands Supreme
by Jan Timman
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Wijk aan Zee 1987
Short and Kortchnoi
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Adelaide 1986-87
Australian open
by Ian Rogers
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Budva 1986
Yugoslav Championship
by Zoran Ilic
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Clichy 1986/87
New Year in Paris
by Boris Gulko
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European Cup 1986
All Soviet Final
by The NIC Editorial team
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Groningen 1986/87
Ivanchuk new European junior champion
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Hamburg 1987
Clock simul Kasparov
by The NIC Editorial team
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Hastings 1986/87
The Foreign and Colonial Hastings Premier
by Stuart Conquest
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Irkutsk 1986
Preliminaries to the Soviet Championship
by René Olthof
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Kuibyshev 1986
Preliminaries to the Soviet Championship
by René Olthof
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Pinsk 1986
Preliminaries to the Soviet Championship
by René Olthof
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Sevastopol 1986
Preliminaries to the Soviet Championship
by René Olthof
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Dubai Olympiad 1986
The USA team
by Lubosh Kavalek
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Dubai Olympiad 1986
An Oasis in the Desert
by Albert Toby
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Dubai Olympiad 1986
Impression of Grandeur
by Jonathan Tisdall
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Estes Park 1986
US zonal championship
by Vincent McCambridge , ,
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Germany Bundesliga 1986
Weekend Bamberg
by Albert Toby
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San Bernardino 1986
The Brocco open
by John Van der Wiel
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Somerset 1986
Letter about Fidelity-Szirazi
by Magazine Reader
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Tilburg 1986
You said Beliavsky, dindn't you?
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Vienna 1986
Gutman's Well-Deserved Victory
by Josef Klinger
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Bugojno 1986
Letter about Karpov-Ljubojevic
by Magazine Reader
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Solingen 1986
Chess Swords in Solingen
by Lubosh Kavalek
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Southampton 1986
British Championship
by John Watson
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Szirak 1986
A Hungarian Rhapsody
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Utrecht 1986
An Old Tradition Restored
by Jan Timman
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Amsterdam 1986
Karpov-Timman 1981 - Retification
by John Van der Wiel
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Amsterdam 1986
Ljubojevic wins Ohra Festival
by The NIC Editorial team
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Biel 1986
An Exciting Finish
by Ian Rogers
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Brussels 1986
Karpov-Van der Wiel - Rectification
by John Van der Wiel
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Brussels 1986
Ljubojevic-Timman - Rectification
by Jan Timman
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Bugojno 1986
Tales from the Mountain
by Yvette Nagel
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Hilversum 1986
Dutch championship
by Willem Andriessen
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London 1986
Letter about Speelman's comments
by Magazine Reader
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Philadelphia 1986
World Open
by Vincent McCambridge
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Prague 1986
Czechoslovak championship
by Marek Vokac
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Vienna 1986
Letter about Karpov-Kortchnoi
by Peter P. Lahde
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Amsterdam 1986
Grandmaster group
by The NIC Editorial team
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Amsterdam 1986
Crown Group
by Bert Van de Kamp
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Sas van Gent 1986
ECI-Youth tournament
by Helmut Cardon
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Somerset 1986
US open - Christiansen strikes!
by Vincent McCambridge
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Bugojno 1986
Karpov supreme
by The NIC Editorial team
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Copenhagen 1986
Politiken Cup
by Gert-Jan De Boer
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Germany Bundesliga 1985/86

by Heinrich Jellissen
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Havana 1986
Capablanca Memorial
by Paul Van der Sterren
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Hilversum 1986
Dutch championship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Nederland 1985/86
Team championship
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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New York 1986
A Fistful of Dollars - 1/2. Smejkal, Sax
by Genna Sosonko
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Vienna 1986
Letter about Karpov-Kortchnoi
by Magazine Reader
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Brussels 1986
First SWIFT tournament
by Jan Timman
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European Cup 1985/86
Overview
by Willem Andriessen , ,
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London 1986
Do you believe in fairy tales?
by Jonathan Speelman
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Reykjavik 1986
Nicolic wins Reykjavik Open
by Harry Schüssler
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Brussels 1986
Mayfly? - SWIFT tournament
by The NIC Editorial team
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Malmö 1986
Women Candidates tournament
by Sergiu Samarian
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Vienna 1986
Austrian Chess Renaissance
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Wijk aan Zee 1986
Priceless Nigel
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Brussels 1985
Kortchnoi Hits Old Form Again
by John Van der Wiel
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Estes Park 1985
U.S. championship
by Edwin Albaugh
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Gjoevik 1985
Nordic championship play-off
by Helgi Olafsson
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Groningen 1985/86 jr
Khalifman's Charisma
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Lucerne 1985
World team championship
by David Goodman
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Nederland 1985/86
Team championship
by Leon Pliester
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Trencianske Teplice 1985
Czech open
by The NIC Editorial team
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Wijk aan Zee 1986
Short Supreme!
by The NIC Editorial team
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Dortmund 1985
Dortmund Chess Days
by Sergiu Samarian
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Montpellier 1985
New Candidates
by Genna Sosonko
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Naestved 1985
Nimzovich Memorial
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Sharjah 1985
World Youth Championship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Tilburg 1985
The impossible challenge - 1/3. Miles, Hübner, Kortchnoi
by Tony Miles
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Biel 1985
Interzonal - What fiasco! What success!
by John Van der Wiel
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Biel 1985
Interzonal - Exciting till the end
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Dieren 1985
The open Dutch championship
by Gert-Jan De Boer
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Edinburgh 1985
British Championship
by John Watson
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Portoroz/Ljubljana 1985
Three winners in Vidmar Memorial
by Borislav Milic , ,
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Amsterdam 1985
Anatoly Karpov rules again
by Kees Vreeken
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Gjoevik 1985
Nordic championship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Hilversum 1985
Fight and excitement at Duch championship
by Willem Andriessen
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Husavik 1985
A Scandinavian journey
by Jonathan Tisdall
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Taxco 1985
Interzonal - Only one Russian
by Jan Timman
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Westmann Islands 1985
A Scandinavian journey
by Jonathan Tisdall
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Banja Luka 1985
Maja Chiburdanidze
by The NIC Editorial team
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Germany Bundesliga 1984/85
SG Porz lets title slip by after all
by Sergiu Samarian
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Hilversum 1985
The Dutch Championship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Irkutsk 1985
tt Simul,clock
by The NIC Editorial team
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Tunis 1985
Interzonal - Soviet supramacy in Gammarthe
by Genna Sosonko
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Moscow 1985
Rumours in Moscow
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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New York 1985
Prize-fighters in New York
by Harry Schüssler
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Reykjavik 1985 (2)
Conclusion
by John Van der Wiel
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Zagreb 1985
Still going strong
by Jan Timman
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Havana 1985
7th Radio Rebelde Tournament
by Paul Van der Sterren
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Linares 1985
Wintercoats in Spain - 1/2. Hübner and Ljubojevic
by Jan Timman
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London 1985
10.000 pound for a perfect score
by Jonathan Tisdall
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Reykjavik 1985
Lust for fights in Iceland
by John Van der Wiel
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Sarajevo 1985
Smbat Lputian
by Slavoljub Marjanovic , ,
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Beer-Sheva 1985
Zonal tournament
by The NIC Editorial team
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Germany Bundesliga 1984/85
Porz dominate Bundesliga
by Sergiu Samarian
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Lugano 1985
Warm welcome for Soviets
by The NIC Editorial team
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Prague 1985
Close finish in zone III
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Riga 1985
Championship Soviet Union - Young guard breaks through
by Genna Sosonko
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Wijk aan Zee 1985
Hoogovens tournament
by Willem Andriessen
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Reggio Emilia 1984/85
Reggio Emilia to category twelve
by Jan Timman
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Riga 1984
Soviet Union nchampionship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Thessaloniki Olympiad 1984
Soviet women 200 Elo points too strong
by Sergiu Samarian
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Magazine 2016#2

Wijk aan Zee 1985
Hoogovens tournament
by Willem Andriessen
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Magazine 2016#2

Bad Lauterberg 1984
Mitropa-Cup
by Sergiu Samarian
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Magazine 2016#1

Novi Sad 1984
Nikolic wins Novi Sad
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Thessaloniki 1984
Beliavsky
by The NIC Editorial team
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Magazine 2016#1

Brighton 1984
Speelman and Short win British-Irish zonal
by Willem Andriessen
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#8

Groningen 1984/85
Swede Hellers European junior champion
by Minze Bij de Weg
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#8

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1984
Beliavsky, Nunn and Dzindzichashvili: the three giants
by Martijn Smit
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Titograd 1984
Velimirovic and Kortchnoi share first place
by Dragoljub Velimirovic , ,
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Tilburg 1984
Topchess in Tilburg
by The NIC Editorial team
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Zurich 1984
The comeback of Bellon
by Willem Andriessen
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Berkeley 1984
US championship
by Ron Henley
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#6

Biel 1984
Hübner even with Hort after game of attrition
by Lubomir Ftacnik
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Magazine 2015#6

Brighton 1984
British championship
by The NIC Editorial team
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Dieren 1984
Dutch Open
by Gert Pieterse
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Fort Worth 1984
US Open
by Ron Henley
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Magazine 2015#6

Hilversum 1984
Dutch championship
by Martijn Smit
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Magazine 2015#6

Amsterdam 1984
Protest after protest and still a fine tournament
by Max Pam
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Bad Neuenahr 1984
German championship
by Sergiu Samarian
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Brighton 1984
British championship
by Raymond Keene
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Bugojno 1984
Jan Timman wins Bugojno
by Jan Timman
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London 1984
USSR-Rest of the World
by Jan Timman
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Lvov 1984
Russian championship
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#5

Baku 1983
Sensational Short
by Paul Van der Sterren
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#4

Hastings 1983/84
Good overall result English Players
by Raymond Keene
Tournaments

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Indonesia 1983
My power to destroy traditions
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#4

Irkutsk 1983
USSR championship preliminary
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#4

Wijk aan Zee 1984
Mastergroup
by Kick Langeweg
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#4

Wijk aan Zee 1984
The Boycott Broken
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2015#4

Aronian has the last laugh
Wijk aan Zee 2012
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2012#2

Back to Wijk aan Zee
Jan Timman plays Wijk aan Zee
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2012#2

Hou's on first, but Short 'carries the bat'
Gibraltar 2012
by Macauley Peterson
Tournaments

Magazine 2012#2

Moving Up
Wijk aan Zee B-group won by Harikrishna
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

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Kramnik lets England shake

by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
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Old tradition, youngest winner ever
Reggio Emilia
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2012#1

Two games and twice the fun
San Sebastian
by David Llada
Tournaments

Magazine 2012#1

Favourites fail as Germans go for gold
Porto Carras European Team Championship
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#8

Magnus Carlsen perseveres and prevails in Pashkov House

by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#8

Zhao Xue’s crushing comeback
Nalchik women's Grand Prix
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#8

Khanty-Mansiysk 2011
1. Svidler
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#7

Moscow 2011 rapid
1. Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#7

Sao Paulo/Bilbao 2011
1. Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#7

Dortmund 2011
1. Kramnik
by Macauley Peterson
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Magazine 2011#6

Moscow 2011 ch-Russia
1. Svidler
by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#6

Ningbo 2011 Wch teams
1. Armenia
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#6

Kiev 2011 ch-Ukraine
1. Ponomariov
by Olena Boytsun
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#5

Malmö 2011
1. Wesley So
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#5

Medias 2011
1. Carlsen
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#5

Taganrog 2011
Morozevich's Comebeack
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#5

Zurich 1953
Najdorf: 15 Aspirantes al Campeonato Mundial
by Mihail Marin
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#5

Pattaya 2011
1. Gustafsson
by Max Illingworth
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#4

St. Louis 2011 ch-USA
1. Kamsky
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#4

Tbilisi 2011 ch-Europe women
1. Cmilyte
by Victoria Cmilyte
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#4

Aix-les-Bains 2011 ch-Europe
Highlights
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Aix-les-Bains 2011 ch-Europe
1. Potkin
by Macauley Peterson
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Doha 2011 Grand Prix women
1. Koneru
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Monaco 2011 blindfold & rapid
1. Aronian
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Monte Carlo 1967
1. Fischer
by Jimmy Adams
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Reykjavik 2011
1. Kuzubov
by Robert Hess
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#3

Gibraltar 2011
1. Ivanchuk
by Victoria Cmilyte
Tournaments

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Moscow 2011 Aeroflot
1. Le Quang Liem
by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#2

Wijk aan Zee B
1/2. McShane, Navara
by Luke McShane
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#2

Wijk aan Zee C
1. Vocaturo
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#2

Antakya 2010 ch-World women
1. Hou Yifan
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

London 2010 Classic
1. Carlsen
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

London 2010 Classic
1. Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

Moscow 2010 Super final
1/2. Karjakin & Nepomniachtchi
by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

Reggio Emilia 2010/11
1. Gshimov
by Janis Nisii
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

Van Wely, Loek
Warming up for a sabatical
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2011#1

Bilbao 2010 Grand Slam final
1. Kramnik
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Cap d'Agde 2010
1. Ivanchuk
by Glenn Flear
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Hoogeveen 2010
1. Vachier-Lagrave
by Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Moscow 2010 Tal-mem
1/3. Aronian, Karjakin, Mamedyarov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Moscow 2010 World blitz
1. Aronian
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Nanjing 2010
1. Carlsen
by Jon Ludvig Hammer
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#8

Amsterdam 2010 NH
Experience vs Rising Stars
by Anish Giri
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Khanty-Mansiysk 2010 Olympiad
1. Ukraine
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Khanty-Mansiysk 2010 Olympiad
A Tale of Two Swamps
by Graham Hillyard
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Khanty-Mansiysk 2010 Olympiad women
1. Russia
by Yury Dokhoian
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Shanghai 2010
1. Shirov
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Ulaanbaator 2010 Women Grand Prix
1. Hou Yifan
by Dejan Bojkov
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#7

Dortmund 2010
1. Ponomariov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#6

Philadelphia 2010 World open
1. Laznicka
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#6

Astrakhan 2010
1. Eljanov
by Pavel Elianov
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#5

Chicago 2010
1. Van Wely
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#5

Havana 2010
1. Ivanchuk
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#5

Media/Bazna 2010
King of the Kings in Romania
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#5

St. Louis 2010 US championship
1. Kamsky
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#5

Great Britain 2009/10 4NCL

by Luke McShane
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#4

Sochi 2010
Russian League
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#4

Nice 2010 Blindfold and Rapid
1/1. Carlsen & Ivanchuk
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#3

Rijeka 2010 ch-EUR
1. Nepomniachtchi
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#3

Rijeka 2010 ch-EUR women
1. Cramling
by Pia Cramling
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#3

Bursa 2010
The Game of the Year?
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Gibraltar 2010
1. Adams
by Stuart Conquest
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Moscow 2010 Aeroflot open
1. Le Quang Liem
by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Moscow 2010 open
1. Chernyshov
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Wijk aan Zee 2010
1. Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Wijk aan Zee 2010 B
1. Giri
by Anish Giri
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#2

Khanty-Maniysk 2009 World Cup
1. Gelfand
by Misha Savinov
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#1

London 2009 Classic
1. Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#1

Moscow 2009 Russian Super Final
1. Grischuk
by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2010#1

Hoogeveen 2009
1. Tiviakov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Moscow 2009 Tal-mem
1. Kramnik
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Moscow 2009 World blitz
1. Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Novi Sad 2009 tt
European Team Championship
by Stuart Conquest
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Puerto Madryn 2009 World Junior
1. Vachier-Lagrave
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Reno 2009
1/2. Ibragimov & Khachiyan
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#8

Amsterdam 2009 4th NH
Rising Stars vs Experience
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#7

Haaksbergen 2009 Dutch championship
1. Giri
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#7

Jermuk 2009 Grand Prix
1. Ivanchuk
by Aram Hajian
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#7

London 2009 Staunton-mem
UK vs The Netherlands
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#7

Zurich 2009
1. Kramnik
by Vladimir Kramnik
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#7

Biel 2009
1. Vachier-Lagrave
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

Dieren 2009 Dutch open
Giri in the footsteps of Tal and Fischer - 1. l'Ami
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

Dortmund 2009
1. Kramnik
by Sebastian Siebrecht
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

Philadelphia 2009 world open
1/2. Nakamura & Najer
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

San Sebastian 2009
1. Nakamura
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

Sao Paulo 2009
1/2. Shabalov & Corrales
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#6

Bazna 2009
1. Ivanchuk
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Chicago 2009
Touring the land where only first place counts
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Havana 2009
1. Dominguez
by Vladimir Potkin
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Las Vegas 2009
Touring the land where only first place counts
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Malmö 2009
1. Short
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Poikovsky 2009
1. Motylev
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#5

Foxwoods 2009
1/2. Sadvakasov & Shulman
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#4

Nalchik 2009 Grand Prix
1. Aronian
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#4

Sochi 2009 Russian League

by Mark Glukhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#4

Sofia 2009 MTel Masters
1. Shirov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#4

St. Louis 2009
1. Nakamura
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#4

Budva 2009
Returning to Montenegro
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#3

Istanbul 2009 Women Grand Prix
1. Koneru
by Özgur Akman
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#3

Linares 2009
1/2. Grischuk & Ivanchuk
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#3

Moscow 2009 Aeroflot
1. Bacrot
by Anna Burtasova
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#3

Nice 2009 Blindfold & Rapid
1. Aronian
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#3

Gibraltar 2009
1. Svidler
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Moscow 2009
1. Onischuk (men) 1. Pogonina (women)
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Queenstown 2009
1. Smerdon
by Amiel Rosario
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Wijk aan Zee 2009
1. Karjakin
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Wijk aan Zee 2009 B
Second choice of prime quality
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Wijk aan Zee 2009 B & C
Teenage Explosion 1. Cruana (B); 1. So (C)
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#2

Dresden 2008 - Olympiad
1. Armenia
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#1

Dresden 2008 - Olympiad Highlights

by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#1

Dresden 2008 - Olympiad women
1. Georgia
by Emzar Zenaisvili
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#1

Elista 2008 Grand Prix
1/3. Radjabov, Yakovenko, Grischuk
by Ernesto Inarkiev
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#1

Nanjing 2008
New Topolov Triumph made in China
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2009#1

Cap d'Agde 2008
Nakamura boost Ego-rating
by Glenn Flear
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#8

Kallithea 2008
European Club Cup
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#8

Moscow 2008 Super Final
Svidler's Fith Crown
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#8

Nagpur 2008
Commonwealth Championship - 1. Short
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#8

Amsterdam 2008 NH Chess
Rising Stars vs Experience
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Bilbao 2008
Topalov tops Grand Slam and world ranking
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Gaziantep
Girls U20 1.Dronavalli - Boys U20 1.Gupta
by Vishal Sareen
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Moscow 2008
Inspired Ivanchuk
by Maxim Notkin
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Nalchik 2008 Women's World Championship
Alexandra Kosteniuk new Queen of Chess
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Sochi 2008 - Grand Prix
1. Aronian
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#7

Biel 2008
1/2. Evgeny Alekseev & Leinier Dominguez
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Halkidiki 2008
Greek team competition
by Dejan Bojkov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Helsingor 2008
Almost ideal! - 1.Tviakov
by Pavel Elianov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Mainz 2008
Fast and brilliant as in Vishy Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Philadelphia 2008
Negi Parimarjan's dashing US debut
by Parimarjan Negi
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Poikovsky 2008
1/4. Rublevsky, Yakovenko, Gashimov, Shirov
by Alexei Shirov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#6

Dortmund 2008
Encounter of the Third Kind - 1. Leko
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#5

Foros 2008
Carlsen smashes field
by Sergey Karjakin
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#5

Las Vegas 2008
Special guest Gata Kamsky honours invitation
by Macauley Peterson
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#5

Sarajevo 2008
Morozevich conquers
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#5

Yerevan 2008 rapid
To the memory of Karen Asrian
by Tara MacGowran
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#5

Baku Grand Prix 2008
1/3. Gashimov, Wang Yue, Carlsen
by Peter Doggers
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Havana 2008
Dominguez dominates Capablanca Memorial
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Malmö 2008
Leaving the basement to win Sigerman - 1.Tiger Hillarp Persson
by Tiger Hillarp Persson
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Plovdiv 2008 European Championship
Men 1.Tiviakov; Women 1. Lahno
by Simeon Stoichkov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Sochi 2008
Ural champions of Russia
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Sofia 2008
Is this the dawning of the Age of the Aquarium - 1. Ivanchuk
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#4

Istanbul 2008
Who'll stop Hou Yifan?
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Linares 2008 IbericoAmerican
Julio Granda also claims
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Moralia/Linares 2008
Celebrates with 'un classico' - 1. Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Moscow 2008 Open & Aeroflot
Open 1.Timofeev; Aeroflot 1. Nepomniachtchi
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Nice 2008 Blindfold and Rapid
17th Amber - 1. Aronian
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Reykjavik 2008
How Wang Hao won
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#3

Gibraltar 2008
Chess for everyone in Gibraltar - 1/2 Bu Xiangzhi, Nakamura
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#2

Wijk aan Zee 2008 A
Aronian and Carlsen confirm their special class
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#2

Wijk aan Zee 2008 B
Movsesian Moves One Up
by Sergei Movsesian
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#2

Wijk aan Zee 2008 C
Fabiano Caruana plays con fuoco
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#2

Hastings 2007/08
Heaven and Hell in Hastings - 1/3. Malakhatko, Mamedov, Neverov
by Danny Gormally
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Khanty-Mansiysk 2007
Young Heroes Bow to Experience
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Khanty-Mansiysk 2007
The Return of the Jedi - 1. Kamsky
by Misha Savinov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Merida 2007
Ivanchuk repeats victory in Torre Repetto Memorial
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Moscow 2007 Super Final
An Ynpredictable Genius - 1. Morozevich
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Pamplona 2007
Prohibition vs Incentives - 1. Vallejo
by Alexander Beliavsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2008#1

Barcelona 2007
Nakamura's Grand Tour
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Bilbao 2007 blindfold
Bu Xiangzhi excels in Bilbao Blindfold
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Heraklion 2007
Russia without rivals - European team championship
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Kemer 2007 ECC
Magical Merida
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Lubbock 2007
Perelshteyn adds Spice to Reshevsky Memorial
by Eugene Perelshteyn
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Moscow 2007
Kramnik crowns come-back in Tal Memorial
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Moscow 2007 World Blitz
Ivanchuk leads the dance at ballroom blitz
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Vitoria 2007
Trying to bring some light into the heart of darkness - 1. Topalov
by David Llada
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Yerevan 2007
Ahmed Adly Junior World Champion
by Javier Moreno
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#8

Amsterdam 2007
Rising Stars rule in Amsterdam
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#7

Carlsbad 2007
Carlsbad revives glorious past
by David Navara
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#7

Liverpool 2007 UK-China
UK invite Chinese fireworks
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#7

Mainz 2007
Tenth Chess Classic Title for Anand
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#7

Mexico 2007
World number one claims world title without a single loss - Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#7

Biel 2007
Carlsen brilliant and resilient
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Cali 2007
Granda Continental Champion - 1. Grande Zuiniga
by Jaan Ehlvest
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Differdange 2007
Humpy's Dream
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Helsinore 2007
Krasenkow shows no weakness
by Peter Heine Nielsen
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Krasnoturinsk 2007
Chess Amazons - 1/2. Zhu Chen & Zhao Xue
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Montreal 2007
Unstoppable Ivanchuk
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Ottawa 2007
1. Bu Xiangzhi
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Philadelphia 2007
Akobian Again
by William Faulk , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

San Francisco 2007
GM team vs IM team
by Alexander Baburin
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#6

Bazna 2007
For Days of Auld Lang Syne 1. Khalifman
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Dortmund 2007
The Song Remains the Same 1. Kramnik
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Elista 2007
A Whiff of the Golden Age - Candidates' matches
by Misha Savinov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Foros 2007
Fierce Fights in Foros - 1. Ivanchuk
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

France 2007
French Leage 2006/07
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Havana 2007
Ivanchuk breaks his own record
by Reynaldo Vera , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Leon 2007 rapid
Topalov,Veselin
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Sarajevo 2007
Morozevich? No, Movsesian!
by Sergei Movsesian
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Valjevo 2007
Karpov's Comeback?
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#5

Dresden 2007
Tkachiev and Kosintseva European Champions
by Harald Fietz
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Gausdal 2007
Magnus Carlsen Back Home
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Germany Bundesliga 2006/07
Baden-Baden, who else?
by Harald Fietz
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Malmö 2007
Cheparinov's one-man show
by Erwin l`Ami
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Sochi 2007
Russian team championship
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Sofia 2007
Look! It's Sofia-Man - 1. Veselin Topalov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Stillwater 2007
Shaba to the Rescue!
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Yerevan 2007 rapid match
Kramnik on Tour
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#4

Monaco 2007
Kramnik's Monaco Come-back
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#3

Morelia/Linares 2007
Anand on top of the world
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#3

Poikovsky 2007
A new Russian on the rise - 1.Yakovenko
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#3

Zafra 2007
1. Sargissian
by Ivan Sokolov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#3

Gibraltar 2007
1. Akopian
by Kevin Spraggett
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#2

Moscow 2007
Aeroflot open 1. Evgeny Alekseev
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#2

Wijk aan Zee 2007 A
1/3. Topalov, Aronian, Radjabov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#2

Wijk aan Zee 2007 B
1. Eljanov
by Pavel Elianov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#2

Wijk aan Zee 2007 C
1. Krasenkow
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#2

Bonn 2006
Kramnik vs Deep Fritz
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Havana 2006
1. Ivanchuk
by Jesus G. Bayolo , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Merida 2006
Ivanchuk alsdo remembers Carlos Torre Repetto
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Moscow 2006
Super Final Russian Championship - 1. Evgeny Alekseev
by Ernesto Inarkiev
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Mumbai 2006
Commonwealth Chempionship 1. Short
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

New Delhi 2006
Lahno-Negi match
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Odessa 2007
Fulfilling a Promise
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Pamplona 2006
Solo performance by Alexander Morozevich
by Alexey Kuzmin
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Tal's Forgotten Match
Tal-Kapengut, Yurmala 1979
by Albert Kapengut
Tournaments

Magazine 2007#1

Barcelona 2006
Dominguez dominates with Fischeresque finish
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Bastia 2006 rapid
Kasimdshanov upsets Anand
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Elista 2006
Topalov-Kramnik World Championship Match - second part
by Evgeny Bareev , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Fügen 2006
European Club Cup - 1. Tomsk-400
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Hoogeveen 2006
Going for the jugular - 1/2. Polgar & Mamedyarov
by Erik Hoeksema
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Moscow 2006
Tal Memorial - 1/3. Leko, Ponomariov & Aronian
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#8

Amsterdam 2006
Rising Stars vs Experience
by Ruslan Ponomariov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

As in the Old Days
Zürich 2006 rapid
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Elista 2006
Topalov-Kramnik World championship match
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Hindsight
About World open Philadelphia 2006
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Liverpool 2006
Nigel Short, European Union Champion
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Mainz 2006
Ordix open - 1/2. Kasimdzhanov & Mameddyarov
by John Henderson
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Mainz 2006
Anand-Radjabov rapid match
by John Henderson
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Move Repetion?
Beniel 2006
by James Plaskett
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Pleasing the Wife?
Arvier 2006 Wch-seniors - 1.Kortchnoi
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Rishon le Zion 2006
Grischuk Blitz World Champion
by Alexander Grischuk
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Tomsk 2006
Russian Championship First League - 1. Ernesto Inarkiev
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#7

Biel 2006
The return of the Lion King - Morozevich
by Miso Cebalo
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Dortmund 2006
1/2. Kramnik, Svidler
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Foros 2006
Rublevsky Bounces Back
by Olena Boytsun
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Game of the Year?
Longyearbyen 2006 rapid
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

London/Crowthorne 2006
Staunton Merorial - 1. Ivan Sokolov
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Philadelphia 2006
Whatever it Takes for the Philly Chess Stake
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Taiyuan 2006
The Glamorous and Gloomy side of a chess pro's life
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#6

Leon 2006 rapid
Anand's Answer
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#5

Sofia 2006
Topalov's Own Sofia Rules
by Simeon Stoichkov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#5

Turin 2006 Olympiad
Yes, yes. Armenia's the Best!
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#5

Turin 2006 Olympiad women
Unstoppable Ukraine
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#5

4 NCL 2005/06
Wood Green still on top
by Steve Giddins
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Ekaterinburg 2006
New Chess Queen - Xu Yuhua
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Foxwoods 2006
1/3. Van Wely, Smirin and Perelshteyn
by Elizabeth Vicary , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Germany Bundesliga 2005/06
OSC Baden-Baden clinches first title
by Harald Fietz
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Malmö 2006
1. Timman
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Russian Super-league 2005/06
1. Ural (Sverdlovsk)
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Sarajevo 2006
Magnus Carlsen
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Schagen 2006
Van Wely-Carlsen match
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Sofia 2006 MTel Masters
Paulo Coelho
by The NIC Editorial team , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#4

Bucharest 2006 match
Topalov-Nisipeanu
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

Monaco 2006
Two-Horse Race - 1/2. Morozevich & Anand
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

Morelia/Linares 2006
1. Aronian
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

Poikovsky 2006
Shirov regains form
by Ruslan Ponomariov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

Reykjavik 2006 blitz
1. Carlsen
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

San Diego 2006
United State championship - 1. Onischuk
by Larry Christiansen
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#3

Cuernavaca 2006
Young Masters - 1/2. Ponomariov, Vallejo
by Ruslan Ponomariov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Gibraltar 2006
Georgiev rock-solid
by Kevin Spraggett
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Moscow 2006
Aeroflot open - 1/4. Jobava, Bologan, Sasikiran, Mamedyarov
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Wijk aan Zee 2006 A
Exceptionally good form and razor-sharp preparation
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Wijk aan Zee 2006 A
Anand and Topalov set new records in Corus
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Wijk aan Zee 2006 B
Motylev and Magnus Carlsen Move Up
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#2

Istanbul 2005 Wch-jr
Mamedyarov and Pähtz new junior World Champions
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#1

Khanty-Mansiysk 2005
Youth Revolt - 1. Aronian
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#1

Lasting Memory
Tallinn 2006 rapid
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#1

Moscow 2005
Rublevsky & Son
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#1

Pamplona 2005
Ponomariov strikes in Pamplona
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2006#1

Beer Sheva 2005
World team Championship
by Alon Greenfeld
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#8

San Luis World Championship 2005
Topalov's Magnificent Seven
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#8

Skanderborg 2005
Jobava cream of the cream of Samba
by Steffen Pedersen
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#8

Stepanakert 2005
Chess without Frontiers - 1. Aronian
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#8

Buenos Aires 2005
Emotions Run High - 1. Bruzon
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Douglas ch-GBR 2005
The Difficulty is the Difficulty
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Fine Tradition
Moscow blitz 2005
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Gothenburg ch-Europe teams 2005
Orange Revolution
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Kazan ch-Russia 2005

by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Kuala Lumpur
How Wang Hao won
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Lausanne 2005
Determined Volokitin defuses H-bomb
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Rivne ch-Ukraine 2005
Alexander Areschenko Active Attacker
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Saint Vincent 2005
Tomsk-400 by the smallest of margins
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Vammala 2005
Nordic championship - 1. Agrest
by Erik Rosendahl
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#7

Amsterdam 2005
The Victor Knows No Luck - 1. Elianov
by Hans Ree
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Biel Chess Festival 2005
First Impressions Often Lie - 1/2. Volokitin & Gelfand
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Chisinau 2005
European Women's Championship - 1. Kateryna Lahno
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Copenhagen 2005
Sakaev Strongest in Politiken Cup
by Nick De Firmian
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Dortmund 2005
The Wizard of Dortmund - 1.Naiditsch
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Edmonton 2005
A Most Unusual Fundraising Operation
by Alexander Shabalov
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Hydra
Adams-Hydra match
by Christopher Lutz
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Mainz 2005
Anand-Grischuk rapid match
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Warsaw 2005 European championship
In Cauda Venenum - 1. Nisipeanu
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#6

Havana 2005
'Chuky' (Ivanchuk) honors 'Capa'
by Jesus G. Bayolo
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#5

Leon 2005 rapid
Sicilian Fun
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#5

Minneapolis 2005
The Million Dollar Dream - 1.Izoria
by Cecil Rosner
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#5

Sarajovo 2005
Ten players went to play.... 1/2. Bologan, Ivan Ivanov
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#5

Sofia 2005
Topalov Triumphs in Cloak-and-Dagger Finale
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#5

Dos Hermanas 2005
Radjabov Soberly Defends Lead
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#4

Germany Bundesliga 2004/5
Masters of the Close Shave
by Harald Fietz
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#4

My Little Foot
Poikovsky 2005 Bologan-Rublevsky
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#4

Port Barcares 2005
Nao that's three
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#4

Sochi 2005
Russian team championship
by Konstantin Landa
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#4

Linares 2005
Kasparov's Ninth Falls on Deaf Ears with Topalov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#3

Monaco 2005
Anand's one-horse Amber race
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#3

Moscow 2005
Sutovsky's Craving for Creativity
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#3

Poikovsky 2005
1/2. Bacrot, Bologan
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#3

Gibraltar 2005
1/5. Aronian, Efimenko, Georgiev, Shirov, Sutovsky.
by Chris Ward
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#2

Wijk aan Zee 2005 A
Peter Leko wins Corus of Course
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#2

Wijk aan Zee 2005 B
The Power of Youth - 1.Karjakin
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#2

Wijk aan Zee 2005 C
1. Vladimir Georgiev
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#2

Drammen 2005
1/2. Shirov, Heine Nielsen 6/9.
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#1

Kochin 2004
World Junior Championship - 1.Harikrishna
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#1

Moscow 2004
57th Russian Championship - 1.Kasparov
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#1

San Diego 2004
US championship 2005 - 1. Nakamura 7/9.
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2005#1

Calvia Olympiad 2004 - Men
Come to Play Come to Stay
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Calvia Olympiad 2004 - More Highlights

by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Calvia Olympiad 2004 - Ukraine team
We had one great goal, we knew the direction and we moved
by Vladimir Tukmakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Calvia Olympiad 2004 - US women
Historic Medal
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Calvia Olympiad 2004 - Women
2 More Years
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Hoogeveen 2004
Sokolov steals the Show
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Izmir 2004
European Club Cup
by Joel Lautier
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#8

Kharkov 2004
Volokitin Ukrainian Champion
by Alexander Martynkov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#7

Lausanne 2004
Luke McShane Forever Young in Lausanne
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#7

Puna 2004
Nisipeanu claims first Indian 'Super-Tournament'
by Evgeny Vladimirov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#7

Sao Paulo 2004 rapid
Anand Merciless in Sao Paulo Exhibition
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#7

Amsterdam 2004
Friso Nijboer bounces back
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Biel 2004
Morozevich Merciless in Biel Reprise
by Luke McShane
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Dortmund 2004
Sparkassen Chess-Meeting - 1.Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Kasimdzhanov, Rustam
You are at the highest point for only a moment
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Mainz 2004
Rapid match Anand-Shirov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Philadelphia 2004
World open - 1.Akobian
by Nick De Firmian
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Taiyuan 2004
Most Content to Draw Number One - 1.Short
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

Tripoli 2004
World Championship - 1.Kasimdzhanov
by Rustam Kasimdzhanov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#6

A Monument for Tigran Petrosian
Armenia vs 'Rest of the World'
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Antalya 2004
Ivanchuk European Champion
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Elista 2004
Women's World Championship - Stefanova
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Moscow 2004
Armenia vs 'Rest of the World'
by Sergey Shipov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Sarajevo 2004
Superb Shirov does not look back
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

St Petersburg 2004
Preliminary Russian championship - 1.Dreev
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Tomsk 2004
Preliminary Russian championship - 1.Motylev
by Vladimir Barsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#5

Copenhagen 2004
1/3. Sadvakasov, Johannessen, De Firmian
by Peter Heine Nielsen
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#4

Dubai 2004
Third and final GM norm Magnus Carlsen
by Evgeny Vladimirov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#4

Malmö/Copenhagen 2004
All About Magnus Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#4

Monaco 2004 rapid/blitz
Moro Magic and Classic Kramnik
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#3

Moscow 2004 - Aeroflot open
Russian Roulette in Hotel Rossiya 1/3. Rublevsky, Vaganian, Filippov.
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#3

Polkovsky 2004
Grischuk Tops Anatoly's Tournament
by Alexander Onischuk
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#3

Reykjavik 2004
Eventful Weeks in Iceland
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#3

Bermuda 2004
Shaken, not Stirred - 1. Giovanni Vescovi
by Alexander Shabalov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Gibraltar 2004
Short gets things straight
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Mumbai 2004
Nigel Short Commenwealth Champion!
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Wijk aan Zee 2004 A
Superior Anand four-time winner
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Wijk aan Zee 2004 B
Lazaro Bruzon One Year to Prepare
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Wijk aan Zee 2004 C
Magnificent Magnus Carlsen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#2

Calicut ch-IND 2003
In the Shadow of Big Brother. 1.Ganguly
by Evgeny Vladimirov
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Curacao 2003
Letter of Bart Karstens about tournament report Timman
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Hastings 2003/04
Who's complaining about Hastings? 1/2. Rowson, Kotronias
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Merida 2003
Que? Quien? Quezada!
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Pamplona 2003
Illescas stays in the lead
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Stockholm 2003/04
The Rilton Cup. 1/4. Akesson, De Firmian, Nybäck, Aagaard
by Nick De Firmian
Tournaments

Magazine 2004#1

Cap d'Agde 2003
Anand King of Rapid
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Curacao 2003
Boris Gulko wins Gateway Tournament
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Halkidiki Wch-jr 2003
Shakhriyaz,Mameddyarov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

New Delhi 2003
Chess Bhind the Chapatti Curtain
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Plovdiv ch-EUR 2003
Ultimate Blunder - Kortchnoi-Van der Stricht
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Plovdiv ch-EUR 2003
Dubious system, deserved winners. 1.Russia
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Selfoss 2003
1/2. Ivan Sokolov and Pedrag Nikolic
by Nick De Firmian
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Skanderborg 2003
Four lead the Dance at first Samba Cup
by Peter Heine Nielsen
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#8

Aix-les-Bains 2003 ch-FRA
Bacrot si crowned Etienne V
by Christophe Bouton
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Buenos Aires 2003
Alexander Goldin Continental American Champion
by Giovanni Vescovi
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Dortmund 2003
Big Guns Drawing
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Dortmund 2003
Letter about Anand-Radjabov game
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Krasnoyarsk 2003 ch-RUS
Peter Svidler and the Crown of the Russian Empire
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Lausanne 2003
Great fun and immense satisfaction 1. McShane
by Luke McShane
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Rethymnon 2003 ch-EUR teams
NAO Europe's best in second attempt
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Yong Chuan 2003
Kings and Queens tour China
by Yasser Seirawan
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#7

Biel 2003
Morozevich Lion King in Biel
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Copenhagen 2003
1.Sasikiran
by Peter Heine Nielsen
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Dortmund 2003
Bologan Baffles the Elite in Dortmund
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Edinburgh 2003 ch-GB
Abhijit Kunte 'British' Chess Champion
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Esbjerg 2003
Two cups full of chess 1/3. Dreev - McShane - Sasikiran
by Peter Heine Nielsen
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Philadelphia 2003
Only the Strong Survive at the World Open
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Qaqortoq 2003
Chess is Cool 1.McShane
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

SOS - Two weapons against the Ruy Lopez Exchange
RL 8.6 - Ruy Lopez
by Jeroen Bosch
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#6

Enghien-Les-Bains 2003
Bareev Best Bet in Enghien
by Christophe Bouton
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Havana 2003
Felicidades, Julio! 1. Granda Zuniga
by Lazaro Bruzon Batista
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Heviz 2003 ch-HUN
Zoltan Almasi: The Secret of my Success
by Zoltan Almasi
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Istanbul 2003 ch-EUR
'Azmai' fourth European Champion
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Istanbul 2003 ch-EUR woman
Cramling's Come-Back
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Leon 2003 Unaided Chess
Ponomariov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Sarajevo 2003
Finally it's Ivan Sokolov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Toliatti 2003 ch-RUS teams
The Russian Legue - a matter of destiny
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#5

Budapest 2003
A Short tourist guide to Budapest
by Istvan Almasi
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Dos Hermanas 2003
Once upon a time in Dos Hermanas - 1/2. Rustemov, Dreev
by Alexander Rustemov
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Foxwoods 2003
Smirin in Foxwoods: The Wonder of it All
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Germany Bundesliga 2002/03
Lübeck complete Hat-trick
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Malmö/Copenhagen 2003
Forgetfulness and Remembrance
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Malmö/Copenhagen 2003
Ivanchuk at ease in Malmö and Copenhagen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Wijk aan Zee 2003
Anand-Karpov game
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Wijk aan Zee B
Jonkman-Zhang Zhong game
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#4

Linares 2003
Fearless of Gazza 1/2. Leko, Kramnik
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#3

Linares open 2003
Rain for Luck
by Ernesto Inarkiev
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#3

Reyjavik 2003
Shirov exhibition at Reykjavik Museum of Art
by Bartlomiej Macieja
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#3

Roquebrune 2003
Vishy Anand's Amber Comeback
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#3

What's New?
Ivanchuk-Ponomariov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#3

Fascinating in all phases
The game Grischuk-Radjabov Wijk aan Zee 2003
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#2

Gibraltar 2003
Kotronias and Short tie in Gibraltar Masters
by James Plaskett
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#2

Seattle 2003 ch-USA
'Gourmet' Shabalov New US Champ
by Nick De Firmian
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#2

Wijk aan Zee 2003 A
The Clockwork Tiger and the Old Fox - 1.Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#2

Wijk aan Zee 2003 B
the name's Zhong. Zhang Zhong
by John Van der Wiel
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#2

Curacao 2002
Memories of '62
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Goa 2002
Aronian new junior world champion
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Hastings 2002/03
O, to be in Hastings - 1. Peter Heine Nielsen
by Chris Ward
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

New York 2002
Kasparov-Karpov in 3D
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Santo Domingo 2002
Chess on the Beach - 1.Khenkin
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Stockholm 2002/03
A chess tourist and proud of it!
by Joseph Gallagher
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Tel-Aviv 2002 ch-ISR
Originality and Beauty versus Efficacy - 1.Smirin
by Alon Greenfeld
Tournaments

Magazine 2003#1

Bled 2002 Olympiad
Chinese Dragon with Venomous Tail
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#8

Bled 2002 Olympiad
Russia Without a Worry in the World
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#8

Hoogeveen 2002
Getting the Acs
by Peter Acs
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#8

Hyderabad 2002
Anand and Xu Yuhua retain world cup title
by Viswanathan Krishnaswany
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#8

Selfoss 2002
1/2. Predrag Nikolic and Ivan Sokolov
by Pavel Tregubov
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#8

Dortmund 2002
About Bareev-Topalov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Kallithea 2002
European Club Cup
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Krasnodar 2002
Russian Championship 1.Lastin
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Moscow 2002
Russia vs The World
by Sergey Shipov
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Moscow 2002
Russia vs The World
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

San Francisco 2002
If you're going to San Francisco 1.Akobian
by Alexander Baburin
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Torquay 2002
Indian Summer at the British 1. Ramesh
by Joseph Gallagher
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#7

Batumi 2002
Youth on top - 1.Macieja
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Biel 2002
Ilya Smirin Defends pole position
by Yannick Pelletier
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Dortmund 2002
Leko to challenge Kramnik
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Jumping at The Egg Markett
Amsterdam 2002 Lost Boys
by Hans Ree
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Philadelphia 2002
How far would you go to get a cleare bwinner?
by Jonathan Rowson
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Shanghai 2002
The Dragon slays the Eagle again
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#6

Cannes 2002
Letter about Karpov-Leko
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Ekaterinburg 2002
Russian club championship
by Evgeny Atarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Essen 2002
Superwolves, wolves and sheep - 1. Zviagintsev
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Malmö 2002
Short grabs his chances
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Moscow 2002
Garry Primus Sum - 1. Kasparov
by Sergey Shipov
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Sarajevo 2002
Movsesian haqs the last laugh
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#5

Dubai 2002
Leko bounces back at Dbai Grand Prix
by Daniel King
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Germany Bundesliga 2001/02
Lübeck defends title
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Linares 2002
Letter about Kasparov-Ponomariov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Monaco 2002
Morozevich wins with eyes wide shut
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Poikovsky 2002
Onischuk Confident and Optimistic
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Prague 2002
Having Fun in Prague - 1. Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#4

Cannes 2002
Gelfand wins first NAO Masters in Cannes
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Capelle la Grande 2002
Cappelle is for Socialising
by Joseph Gallagher
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Linares 2002
Open tournament - Whang! Bang! Zhang!
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Linares 2002
When Garry met Ruslan
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Moscow 2002
Two Déjà-vu's
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Seattle 2002
Letter about Shabalov-Christiansen
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#3

Moscow 2002
Aeroflot open off to flying start
by Vadim Zviagintsev , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#2

Seattle 2002
Christiansen tears down the barricades
by Larry Christiansen
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#2

Wijk aan Zee 2002 A
Opening News
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#2

Wijk aan Zee 2002 A
Bareev Breaks new Barrier
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#2

Wijk aan Zee 2002 B
In through the Backdoor - 1. Krasenkow
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#2

Hastings 2001/02
Inverse Correlation in Hastings
by Chris Ward
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Moscow 2001
Vishy Anand - Only two weak moments
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Moscow 2001
Ruslan Ponomariov - Ready for another record?
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Moscow 2001
Vasily Ivanchuk - Brilliant Change of Tack
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Moscow 2001
FIDE world championship
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Stockholm 2001/02
Forever Rilton
by Tom Wedberg
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Zhu Chen
A new world champion from China
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2002#1

Amsterdam 2001
Ladies vs Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Biel 2001
Letter about Gelfand-Kortchnoi
by Peter P. Lahde
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Hoogeveen 2001
Cautious Chess in Hoogeveen 1/2. Polar and Van Wely
by Jan Van de Mortel
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Leon 2001
Dutch Unstoppable at European team championship
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Prague 2001
Kasparov and the Wreck of Nations
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Reykjavik 2001
Sokolov wins Jonsson Memorial
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Yerevan 2001
Ukraine Bests Russian Favourites
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#8

Athens 2001
Peter Acs New Junior World Champion
by Peter Acs
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Batumi 2001
Kasparov Merciless in Europe-Asian Rapid Match
by Evgeny Vladimirov
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Buenos Aires 2001
Karpov Finally Breaks Argentinian Spell
by Roberto Alvarez , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Cali 2001
Yermolinsky first American Continental Champion
by Boris Gulko
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Crete 2001
Norilsky Nikel Claims European Club Cup
by Vadim Zviagintsev , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Shanghai 2001
Rougher Rides to Come
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Shanghai 2001
Climbing the Chess Olympus
by Hoa Yin
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#7

Amsterdam 2001
A Hot Day in Amsterdam
by Jan Van de Mortel
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Amsterdam 2001
Van Wely's way to win
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Biel 2001
Once again the Youngest player in the Tournament - 1.Kortchnoi
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Curaçao 2001
Opens Sunny Propects - 1/2. Timman and Macieja
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Dortmund 2001
Kramnik as usual
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Portoroz 2001
Beliavsky tops Vidmar Memorial
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Scarborough 2001
'Smokey' Joe Gallagher new British Champion
by Chris Ward
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Shanghai 2001
The Dragon Keeps Growing
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#6

Astana 2001
Kasparov Tears down Kramnik's Berlin Wall
by Darmen Sadvakasov
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Leon 2001
The joys and sorrows of Advanced Chess
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Mainz 2001
Open tournament - 1.Adams
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Malmö 2001
Experience Triumphs - 1/2. Gulko and Timman
by Tom Wedberg
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Ohrid 2001
Van Wely: Sometimes the King Wore no Clothes
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Ohrid 2001
Personal Impressions of the New European Champion: Emil Sutovsky
by Emil Sutovskij
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#5

Dos Hermanas 2001
The Tradition Continues - 1/2. Dreev and Smirin
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Enghien-les-Bains 2001
Akopian Wraps Up Enghien in Petrosian Style
by Joel Lautier
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Essen 2001
The Triumph of Youth - 1.Kasimdzhanov
by Rustem Dautov
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Merida 2001
Anand Superior
by The NIC Editorial team
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Magazine 2001#4

Sarajevo 2001
Georgiev's Second Sarajevo Triumph
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Wijk aan Zee 2001
Letter about Kasparov-Anand
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Zurich 2001
Another Classic Kramnik-Kasparov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#4

Cannes 2001
Kasparov again
by Iosif Dorfman
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#3

Capelle la Grande 2001
And the winner is... Chuchelov
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#3

Linares 2001
Kasparov first, way ahead of equals
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#3

Monaco 2001
Topalov and Kramnik dominate 10th Amber
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#3

Saint Vincent 2001
Yakovenko-Cebalo
by John Littlewood
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#3

Calcutta 2001
1/2. Gallagher and Kharlov
by Joseph Gallagher
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#2

Saint Vincent 2001
Chess Pilgrims seek out Saint Vincent
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#2

Wijk aan Zee 2001 A
Kasparov Archieves Unique Triple
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#2

Wijk aan Zee 2001 B
Mikhail Gurevich who else?
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#2

Hastings 2000/01
Into the Third Century
by Stuart Conquest
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#1

New Delhi 2000
Xie Jun Defends Title in All-Chinese Final
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#1

New Delhi 2000
Alexander Grischuk confirms his class
by Anatoly Bikhovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#1

New Delhi 2000
Notes by a Trainer
by Evgeny Bareev
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#1

Tallinn 2001
Paul Keres Memorial - 1. Timman
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2001#1

Bad Wiessee 2000
Fresh Air and Beautiful Mountains
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Buenos Aires 2000
Letter about Karpov-Ricardi
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Cap d'Agde 2000
Mikhail Gurevich practical and efficient
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Istanbul Olympiad 2000
Ukraine Keeps Dreaming of Gold
by Alexander Sulypa
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Istanbul Olympiad 2000
The Triumph of Experience - The German team
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Istanbul Olympiad 2000
A Winner's Tale - The Russian team
by Boris Postovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Istanbul Olympiad 2000
From China With a Smile
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Istanbul Olympiad 2000
Russia and China Dominate
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#8

Buenos Aires 2000
Judit Polgar Pays Tribute to Don Najdorf
by Juan Morgado
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#7

Neum 2000
Bosna Sarajevo wins European Cup
by John Van der Wiel
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#7

Poikovsky 2000
Chess Conquers - 1. Bologan
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#7

Seatle 2000
US championship - 1. Benjamin
by Boris Gulko
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#7

Shenyang 2000
Anand arrives and leaves as planned
by Arvind Aaron
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#7

Amsterdam 2000
Lost Boys Regained
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Biel 2000
Peter Svidler secures second invitation
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Millfield 2000
Hodgson retains British title
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Montecatini Terme 2000
Ivanchuk's Italian Recipe
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Munich 2000
Ladies vs Veterans
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Polanica Zdroj 2000
Boris Gelfand is back again
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#6

Beijng 2000
Diagnosis: Chess Master - 1. Bologan
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Dortmund 2000
The Growing Pains of Junior
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Dortmund 2000
Kramnik and the Joy of Losing a Game
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Frankfurt 2000
Putting on the blitz in Frankfurt - 1. Anand
by Alexander Baburin
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Malmö 2000
Judit Polgar lives up to expectations
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Philadelphia 2000
History never repeats... - 1. Benjamin
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#5

Calcutta 2000
1. Kaidanov
by Peter P. Lahde
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

Denpasar 2000
Judit Polgar combines strategic and tactical abilities
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

Lvov 2000
Stein memorial - 1. Ivanchuk
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

New York 2000
Serper's Quick Guide to the New York Open - 1. Smirin
by Gregory Serper
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

Rotterdam 2000
Dutch championship - 1. Van Wely
by Hans Ree
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

Sarajevo 2000
Kasparov wins Sarajevo in formidable finishing shot
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#4

Linares 2000
Y2K begins in Linares - 1/2 Kramnik Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#3

Monaco 2000
Shirov Shining Example in Monaco
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#3

Shanghai 2000
Vain Expectations of Mysticism
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#3

Internet 2000
KasparovChess Inaugural Grand Prix
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Linares 2000
Open tournament - 1/2. Dolmatov, Portisch
by Sergey Dolmatov
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Ubeda 2000
Open tournament - 1/2. Minasian, Tregubov
by Sergey Dolmatov
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Wijk aan Zee 2000 A
Opening News
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Wijk aan Zee 2000 A
The winner wants it all - 1. Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Wijk aan Zee 2000 B
In the shadow of the Giants
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#2

Batumi 1999
European Team Championship
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Belfort 1999
Bologan Victorious
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Hastings 1999/00
My Battles at Hastings
by Luke McShane
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Merida 1999
Torre memorial among the Maya Temples
by Dimitri Komarov
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Moscow 1999
Russian championship - 1. Sakaev
by Sergey Shipov
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Stockholm 1999/2000
Rilton cup - 1. S.Ivanov
by Jesper Hall
Tournaments

Magazine 2000#1

Bad Wiessee 1999
Shabalov Bavarian Champion
by Mikhail Golubev
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#8

Bugojno 1999
European Cup
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#8

Marbella 1999
Ladies versus Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#8

Hoogeveen 1999
Timman and Polgar share the spoils
by Erik Hoeksema
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#7

Salt Lake 1999
US championship - 1. Gulko
by Boris Gulko
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#7

Salt Lake 1999
US championship - With a little help from a friend
by Gregory Serper
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#7

Salt Lake 1999
US championship - Yermo's attempt not to write a report
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#7

Shenyang 1999
The Cinese Dragon's on the Prowl
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#7

Antwerp/Amsterdam 1999
Lost Boys - 1. Sokolov
by Boris Avrukh
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#6

Biel 1999
Piket finishes with a flourish
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#6

Las Vegas 1999
The games that won Khalifman the Title
by Gennady Nesis
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#6

Las Vegas 1999
FIDE World Championship - 1. Khalifman
by Hans Ree
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#6

Polanica Zdroj 1999
Van Wely increases market value
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#6

Dortmund 1999
Peter Leko's Lucky Seven
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

Frankfurt 1999
Rapid - 1. Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

Malmö 1999
1. Gelfand
by Boris Gelfand
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

Philadelphia 1999
World Open - Chess for fun, money and blood
by Gregory Serper
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

Sarajevo 1999
Letter about Short-Leko
by Marinus Luijks
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

St Petersburg 1999
Russian team championship
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#5

Dos Hermanas 1999
Michael Adams enjoys his New Approach
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

Monaco 1999
Kramnik remains a safe bet in Monaco
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

Sarajevo 1999
Kasparov completes hattrick in Sarajevo
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

St Petersburg 1999
Kortchnoi-Spassky match
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

Tel Aviv 1999
Chess and Politics in Tel-Aviv
by Yochanan Afek
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

The Bundesliga 1998/99

by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#4

Capelle la Grande 1999
1/3. Agdestein, Gurevich and Tregubov
by Simen Agdestein
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#3

Enghien-les-Bains 1999
Determined Lautier returns to form at right moment
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#3

Linares 1999
Kasparov's Black Power takes Linares
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#3

Belgrade 1999
European Cup
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Elista Olympiad 1998
Letter about Bacrot-Speelman
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Linares 1999
Open tournament - 1/2. Dreev and Minasian
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Ubeda 1999
Open tournament - 1/2. Landa and Dreev
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Wijk aan Zee 1999 A
Sempre con fuoco - 1. Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Wijk aan Zee 1999 B
Lputian confirms his class
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#2

Bad Wiessee 1998
Alexander Khalifman the old and new chess King of Bavaria
by Artur Yusupov
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#1

Donetsk 1998
The New Ukrainians - 1. Ponomariov
by Vladimir Tukmakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#1

Groningen 1998
Tiviakov Tickles Home Crowd
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#1

Hastings 1998/99
Sokolov battles his way to the top
by Matthew Sadler
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#1

Pamplona 1998/99
Another Bull's Eye for Morozevich
by Alexander Morozevich
Tournaments

Magazine 1999#1

Cap d'Agde 1998
Rapid - Karpov Quickest in a matter of seconds
by Boris Gelfand
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#8

Denver 1998
Nick de Firmian new US Champion
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#8

Elista Olympiad 1998
Women's Olympiad
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#8

Tilburg 1998
Anand Soon Out of Sight in True Vishy Show
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#8

Elista Olympiad 1998
Who Didn't Go
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Elista Olympiad 1998
The US team at the olympiad
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Elista Olympiad 1998
The Russian team at the olympiad
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Elista Olympiad 1998
Don't believe everything the newspapers print
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Groningen 1997
Letter about Beliavsky-Short
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Roquebrune 1998
Ladies vs Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Rotterdam 1998
Letter about Sokolov-Timman
by Michael Kuraszkiewicz
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Samara 1998
And the winner is Alexander Morozevich again
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Torquay 1998
Letter about Miles-Short
by Tony Miles
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#7

Antwerp 1998
Stefansson thrives in Antwerp's blood, sweat and cheers
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Havana 1998
Chess in Cuba - 1.Hübner
by Cecil Rosner
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Honolulu 1998
Boris Gulko's double fun in Paradise
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Kona 1998
US Open 1/2. Gulko, Judit Polgar
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Koszalin 1998
Busy August in Poland - 1. Khenkin
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Linares 1998
Letter about Svidler-Shirov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Polanica Zdroj 1998
Boris Gelfand on thop
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

St Petersburg 1998
New Russian Champion Alexander Morozevich
by Hans Ree
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Torqua 1998
British championship - Superior Short completes Hat Trick
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#6

Dortmund 1998
Ten can play in Dortmund and in the end Kramnik wins
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Frankfurt 1998
Rapid tournament - 1. Anand
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Leon 1998
Letter about Kasparov-Topalov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Leon 1998
Letter about Kasparov-Topalov
by Jean Hebert
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Linares 1998
Letter about Topalov-Svidler
by Helgi Olafsson
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Madrid 1998
Letter about Anand-Adams
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Maikop 1998
Russian team championship
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Philadelphia 1998
Planet Coichberg - 1. Goldin
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Rotterdam 1998
Dutch championship - 1. Sokolov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Sarajevo 1998
Sarajevo revives Old Tradition - 1. Kortchnoi
by Predrag Nikolic
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Tallinn/Parnu 1998
In the Slump - 1. Short
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#5

Groningen 1997
Letter about Beliavsky-Short
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#4

Madrid 1998
Carefree Anand wins Madrid in a wink
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#4

Tel Aviv 1998
Kasparov-Israel Team
by Yury Dokhoian
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#4

Bermuda 1998
Americas-Europe
by Elizabeth Karnazes
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Calicut 1998
Another Boost for Indian Chess
by Manuel Aaron
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Groningen 1997
Letter about Beliavsky-Short
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Linares 1998
Anand jumps at 'last chance' to win Linares
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Monaco 1998
Kramnik and Shirov Win at Convenient Moment
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

New York 1998
Big Apple becomes Little Armenia - 1. Minasian
by Kevin Spraggett
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Wijk aan Zee 1998
My first real endgame study - Shirov-Timman
by Alexei Shirov
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Wijk aan Zee 1998
Letter about Topalov-Salov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#3

Hastings 1997/98
The Attraction of Hastings in Winter - 1. Sadler
by Matthew Sadler
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#2

Linares 1998
Anibal Open - 1. Tiviakov
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#2

Ubeda 1998
Open Ciudad
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#2

Wijk aan Zee 1998 A
Anand and Kramnik too strong not to win
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#2

Wijk aan Zee 1998 B
dIMITRI adda colour to grandmaster B tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#2

Groningen 1997
The last Women's Candidates Tournament
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#1

Groningen 1997
Expensive blitz game earns Anand ticket to Lausanne
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1998#1

Belgrade 1997
Anand and Ivanchuk top Investbanka
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Hoogeveen 1997
Fighting chess with pieces of glass - 1. Sutovskij
by Emil Sutovskij
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Kiev 1997
With 14 years and 17 days Ponomaryov is the youngest grandmaster ever
by Mikhail Golubev
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Lucerne 1997
World Team Championship - The English team
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Lucerne 1997
The US team: Cheated out of the gold?
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Lucerne 1997
World Team Championship
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Novgorod 1997
Letter about Kasparov-Kramnik
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Reykjavik 1997
Nordic Grand Prix Final - 1. Hjartarson
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#8

Beijing 1997
S.T.Lee Cup - 1/2. Tiviakov, Alterman
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Beijing 1997
Tan Chin Nam Cup - 1. Tiviakov
by Xie Jun
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Buenos Aires 1997
Kasparov vs Argentine National team
by Yury Dokhoian
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Chandler 1997
US championship - 1. Benjamin
by Gregory Kaidanov
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Mariehamn - Akersberga 1997
The 1997 Viking games
by Johann Hjartarson
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Tilburg 1997
Kasparov, Kramnik and Svidler in three-way tie
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#7

Antwerp 1997
Lost Boys - 1. Topalov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#6

Biel 1997
Anand shines at Hans Suri's farewell party
by Boris Gelfand
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#6

Copenhagen 1997
Ladies vs Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#6

Polanica Zdroj 1997
An excellent victory of Sergey Rublevsky
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#6

Buenos Aires 1997
Many Thanks to Don Niguel -1/2. Morovic, Sutovskij
by Patrick Wolff
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Dortmund 1997
The importance of opening novelties
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Dortmund 1997
Kramnik sweeps the field
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Elista 1997
Championship Russia - 1. Svidler
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Novgorod 1997
Strategy of Kasparov prevails in Novgorod
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Ter Apel 1997
Letter about Shirov-Yusupov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#5

Dos Hermanas 1997
Letter about Kramnik-Illescas
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#4

Madrid 1997
Topalov repeats Madrid success in perplexing play-off
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#4

Monaco 1997
Anand collects three first prizes in Monaco
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#4

Pula 1997
European Team Championship
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#4

Ter Apel 1997
Shirov successfully adapts to cloistered life in Ter Apel
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#4

Dos Hermanas 1997
Lady Luck lends Anand a helping hand to win -1/2. Anand, Kramnik
by Kevin Spraggett
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

Enghien 1997
Etienne Bacrot set the record at 14 years and 2 months
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

New York 1997
From rags to riches - 1/2. Krasenkow, Bologan
by Victor Bologan
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

New York 1997
Let me tell you my dream - 1/2. Krasenkow, Bologan
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

Stockholm 1996
Nordic Grand Prix - 1/3. Benjamin, Yakovich, Hjartarson
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

Torshavn 1997
Nordic Grand Prix - 1. Svidler
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

Ubeda 1997
Letter about Timman-Lautier
by Roberto Cifuentes
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#3

Enghien 1997
Bacrot youngest Grandmaster
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#2

Las Palmas 1996
Letter about Anand-Karpov
by Maarten De Zeeuw
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#2

Linares 1997
Kasparov sets the record straight in Linares
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#2

Ubeda 1997
Lautier unstoppable
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#2

Wijk aan Zee 1997
A passer-by's notes from Wijk aan Zee - 1. Salov
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#2

Gausdal 1996
Nordic Grand Prix - 1/2. Petursson, Hillarp Persson
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#1

Groningen 1996
Short succeeds Karpov
by Erik Hoeksema
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#1

Las Palmas 1996
Kasparov sees very little reason to quit chess after historic Victory
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1997#1

Elista 1996
Russian Championship - 1. Khalifman
by Alexander Khalifman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#8

Jerusalem 1996
Championship Israel - 1. Yudasin
by Alon Greenfeld
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#8

London 1996
Ladies vs Veterans
by Liafbern Riemersma
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#8

Tilburg 1996
Gelfand and Piket inaugurate new Tilburg tradition
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#8

Amsterdam 1996
Donner Memorial - 1/2. Granda Zuniga, Ivanchuk
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#7

Elista Olympiad 1996
A bird's-eye view
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#7

Parsippany 1996
US championship - 1. Yermolinsky
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#7

Yerevan Olympiad 1996
In my humble opinion
by Peter Svidler
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#7

Yerevan Olympiad 1996
Olympiad Surpasses Expectations
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#7

Biel 1996
Triumph for Experience and Youth - 1/2. Karpov, Milov
by Vladimir Tukmakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Buenos Aires 1996
7th Najdorf Tournament - 1/2. Tiviakov, Magem
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Copenhagen 1996
Nordic Grand Prix - 1. Kortchnoi
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Dubai 1996
Asian Cities Team championship
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Groningen 1996
Groningen 1946 brevisted
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Haifa 1996
Wydra Memorial - 1. Yudasin
by Alon Greenfeld
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Novgorod 1996
Topalov notches up Novgorod as well
by Christophe Bouton
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Philadelphia 1996
World Open - 1/2. Yermolinsky, Goldin
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Vienna 1996
Three-way tie in nVienna 1/3. Gelfand, Karpov, Topalov
by Boris Gelfand
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#6

Dortmund 1996
Anand and Kramnik in top-gear
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#5

Dos Hermanas 1996
Kramnik and Topalov brotherly tie for first
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#5

Nussloch 1996
A new ray of hope for German Chess - 1/2 Dautov Yusupov
by Rustem Dautov
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#5

Strumica 1995
Azmai's Answer (II)
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#5

Madrid 1996
Two ears for Topalov and Illescas
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

Monaco 1996
Happy few watch Kramnik's formula in Monte Carlo
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

Moscow 1996
PCA rapid Kramnik again!
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

New York 1996
How the big apple became all mine - 1. Van Wely
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

New York 1996
Chess in the Schools - 1. Adams
by Michael Adams
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

St Petersburg 1996
Championship city - 1. Khalifman
by Gennady Nesis
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

The Hague 1996
Aegon Man vs Machine
by John Van der Wiel
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#4

Amsterdam 1996
Young Kasparov and turbo-Topalov unstppable in VSB farewell
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Calcutta 1996
Goodricke International Open
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Hastings 1995
Mind Reading
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Parnu 1996
Keres memorial - 1. Short
by Ivan Sokolov
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Reykjavik 1996
Blind Justice
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Strumica 1995
Azmai's Answer (I)
by Zurab Azmaiparashvili
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#3

Hastings 1995
1/3. Conquest, Khalifman, Lalic
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#2

Ljubljana 1995
European Cup
by Gaguik Oganessian
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#2

Pamplona 1995
A young tradition for the younger generation
by Vadim Zviagintsev
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#2

Reggio Emilia 1995
Meet new year in Reggio Emilia - 1. Dreev
by Vladimir Epishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#2

Wijk aan Zee 1996
All-play-all in Wijk aan Zee: back to the future? - 1. Ivanchuk
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#2

Belgrade 1995
Investbanka retains promise of a great tradition - 1/2. Gelfand Kramnik
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#1

Budapest 1995
Hungarian championship - 1. Almasi
by Istvan Almasi
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#1

Groningen 1995
Karpov crowns first category 17 in Groningen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#1

Modesto 1995
US championship - 1/3. Wolff, De Firmian, Ivanov
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1996#1

Elenite 1995
Victory for the hoem players - 1/2. Topalov Georgiev
by Boris Postovsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#8

Elista 1995
Championship Russia - 1. Svidler
by Yury Razuvaev
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#8

Horgen 1995
Kramnik catches up with Ivanchuk to win Horgen Classic
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#8

Novosibirsk 1995
Soviet Union closed championship? - 1. Svidler
by Jaan Ehlvest
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#8

Paris 1995
Intelo Grand Prix - 1. Kasparov
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#8

London 1995
British success in Grand Prix Intel - 1. Adams
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#7

Polanica Zdroj 1995
Ratings and Scores - 1. Topalov
by Michal Krasenkow
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#7

Reykjavik 1995
A Tribute to a Pioneer - 1. Stefansson
by Johann Hjartarson
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#7

Amsterdam 1995
Donner Memorial - 1/2. Granda Zuniga Timman
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

Antwerp 1995
Winning the right games at the right time - 1. Sokolov
by Ivan Sokolov
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

Österkärs
A bland name but quite simply a unique experience
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

Biel 1995
Another big win for Dreev
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

Dortmund 1995
Kramnik on fire without smoke
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

New York 1995
Kasparov's second strike in Intel Grand Prix
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#6

Amsterdam 1995
Letter about Kasparov-Lautier
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Leon 1995
Shirov comments on his Leon's share
by Alexei Shirov
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Madrid 1995
Kortchnoi's umpteenth wind
by Vladimir Epishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Novgorod 1995
Kasparov also wins second PCA Classic
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Philadelphia 1995
Yermolinsky Wins Wacky World Open
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Prague 1995
Ladies vs Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#5

Amsterdam 1995
Lautier gains laurels as Kasparov crashes
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#4

Dos Hermanas 1995
Kamsky 'El Campeon' in captivating final
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#4

Moscow 1995
Intel Grand Prix - 1. Ivanchuk
by Anatoly Vaiser
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#4

New York 1995
Discovered Czech in the New York Open - 1. Blatny
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#4

Riga 1995
Tal Memorial - 1. Kasparov
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#4

Haifa 1995
Dr Yona and GM Kosashvili
by Alon Greenfeld
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#3

Linares 1995
Chucky did it again! - 1. Ivanchuk
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#3

Monaco 1995
Fresh and eager Karpov rapidly decides Amber tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#3

Groningen 1994
Almasi wins Groningen in Fischer style
by Erik Hoeksema
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#2

Lyon 1994
European Cup
by Predrag Nikolic
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#2

Wijk aan Zee 1995
Dreev gets his due in Hoogovens knock-out
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#2

Horgen 1994
Letter about Kasparov-Short
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#1

Lyon 1994
Letter about Sabbath
by Leonid Yudasin
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#1

Moscow Olympiad 1994
Women's - Joy for Georgian GMs
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#1

Moscow Olympiad 1994
Horror Show in Moscow
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#1

Tilburg 1994
Lack of Upbringing - Letter about Kuijf-Eingorn
by Viacheslav Eingorn
Tournaments

Magazine 1995#1

Buenos Aires 1994
Polugaevsky Jubilee - Valery Salov's Variations on a Sicilian Theme
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#8

Elista 1994
Championship Russia - 1. Svidler
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#8

Key West 1994
US championship - Boris Gulko wins in Florida
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#8

National Championships 1994

by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#8

Paris 1994
PCA Grand Prix - 1. Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#8

Amsterdam 1994
Donner memorial - 1/3. Piket Adams Yusupov
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Cologne 1994
Lutz-Piket TV-game
by Jeroen Piket
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Horgen 1994
Kasparov most creditable in Swiss show
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Las Palmas 1994
Gata Kamsky
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Linares 1994
Short-Kamsky
by Willem Andriessen
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Tilburg 1994
Women's Candidates
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Tilburg 1994
Interpolis: The Final Knock-out - 1. Salov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#7

Amsterdam 1994
Letter about Timman-Short
by Nigel Short
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Antwerp 1994
1. Van der Sterren
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Biel 1994
World championship Seniors - 1. Taimanov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Dortmund 1994
Karpov-Lutz
by Anatoly Karpov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Dortmund 1994
Piket pointedly picks his victims
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Las Palmas 1994
Shirov-Karpov
by Anatoly Karpov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Las Palmas 1994
Kamsky boosts morale in Las Palmas
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Leeuwarden 1994
1/2. Yakovich Kharlov
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Mlada Boleslav 1994
Skoda Open
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Novgorod 1994
Kasparov-Kramnik
by Garry Kasparov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

Philadelphia 1994
World open - 1/2. Van Wely Minasian
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#6

German Bundesliga 1993/94
Porz keeps its slate clean till the end
by Philipp Schlosser
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#5

Munich 1994
Ivanchuk inspired by The Masters
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#5

Akureyri 1994
1. Ivan Sokolov
by Johann Hjartarson
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Amsterdam 1994
VSB Euwe memorial - 1. Kasparov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Dos Hermanas 1994
Two Boris's stop Karpov - 1. Gelfand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Hilversum 1993
Euro Cup final
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Long Beach 1993
Letter about US championship report
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Madrid 1994
Torneo Magistral de Ajedrez Comunidad - 1. Judit Polgar
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Monaco 1994
Whizzbang Anand wins in a wink
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

New York 1994
Estonian tandem sweeps the New York Open - 1/2. Ehlvest Oll
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

Reykjavik 1994
A Triumph of Youth
by Johann Hjartarson
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#4

German Bundesliga 1993/94
Porz wins duel of prestige
by Philipp Schlosser
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#3

Linares 1993
Anatoly Karpov: 9 wins 4 draws
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#3

Belgrade 1993
The Investbanka Tournament - 1. Beliavsky
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#2

Long Beach 1993
US championship - 1/2. Shabalov Yermolinsky
by Alexander Shabalov , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#2

Brno 1993
Surprising Blatny wins Brno
by Laszlo Hazai
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Burgas 1993
New Chess Territories - 1. Adams
by Ivan Sokolov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

German Bundesliga 1993/94
How strong is the Bundesliga
by Philipp Schlosser
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Groningen 1993
Multi-year multi-million dollar dreams - 1/2. Adams Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Leeuwarden 1993
Another Triumph for Piket
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Podolsk 1993
The Third Concern Podolsk Cup - 1. Sveshnikov
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Rakvere 1993
We fought fair and square - 1/2 Khalifman Ehlvest
by Alex Yermolinsky
Tournaments

Magazine 1994#1

Las Palmas 1993
1. Morovic
by Alexander Khalifman
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#8

London 1993
Veterans victorious! - 1. Speelman
by John Watson
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#8

Lucerne 1993
American victory in world team championship
by Margeir Petursson
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#8

Tilburg 1993
Tireless Karpov Triumphs
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#8

Antwerp 1993
Kortchnoi and Piket joint winners
by Larry Christiansen
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#7

Biel 1993
Letter about Seirawan-Shirov
by Alexei Shirov
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#7

Philadelphia 1993
US Open - 1. Yermolinsky
by Wolf Peter Weber
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#7

Polanica Zdroj 1993
The Rubinstein Memorial - 1/2 Sosonko, Hickl
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#7

Altensteig 1993
Make a note of the name Zoltan Almasi
by Lothar Vogt
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#6

Biel 1993
Interzonal - Boris Gelfand tops another Swiss qualifier
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#6

Biel 1993
Interzonal - 1. Gelfand
by Laszlo Hazai
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#6

Amsterdam 1993
Anand, Kramnik and Short tumble on three-way tie
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Buenos Aires 1993
The Victor who came third - 1/2 Shirov Kamsky
by Bent Larsen
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Dos Hermanas/Leon 1993
Karpov's analytical sketches from Spain
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Germany Bundesliga 1992/93
The poor and the rich
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Madrid 1993
Annoyed Anand catches up with Kramnik and Topalov in flashy finish
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Moscow 1992
Letter about Alekhine memorial
by Valery Salov
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Munich 1993
Shirov shines in Munich
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Portoroz 1993
In memory of Dr. Vidmar - 1. Sokolov
by Predrag Nikolic
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Vienna 1993
Ladies vs Veterans
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#5

Bad Wörishofen 1993
Mitropa Cup
by Rudy Douven
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

Dortmund 1993
Open Tournament
by Alexander Nikitin
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

Dortmund 1993
Karpov without competition
by Gregory Serper
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

Monaco 1993
Ljubojevic calls the tune in lucrative Melody Amber tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

Moscow 1992
Letter about article Timman Alekhine memorial
by Valery Salov
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

San Lorenzo 1993
Letter about Timman-Short
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

San Lorenzo 1993
Letter about Timman-Short
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#4

Linares 1993
Kasparov routs rivals in riveting reprise
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#3

Wijk aan Zee 1993
Open Tournament - 1. Salov
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#3

Wijk aan Zee 1993
Karpov revisits to hit new Hoogovens high
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#3

Durango 1992
US championship - 1 Wolff
by Patrick Wolff
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#2

Groningen 1992
Piket wins Groningen
by Erik Hoeksema
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#2

Hastings 1992
Judit Polgar punches Evgeny Bareev to share honours
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#2

Moscow 1992
Letter about Alekine memorial
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#2

Pamplona 1992
Carnival instead of Corrida - 1. Lautier
by Ivan Sokolov
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#2

Baden-Baden 1992
Karpov wins and wins
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#1

Debrecen 1992
European team championship
by Garry Kasparov
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#1

Debrecen 1992
European team championship
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#1

Germany Bundesliga 1992/93
Business as usual
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#1

Moscow 1992
Alekhine memorial - 1/2 Gelfand Anand
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1993#1

Buenos Aires 1992
Simul Kasparov-Argentinia
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Germany Bundesliga 1992/93
Crisis, what crisis?
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Helsinki 1992
Kasparov's Chess Union goes International
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Paris 1992
Kasparov above par
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Shanghai 1992
Women's Candidates
by Bent Larsen
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Tilburg 1992
Adams cool and confident in Interpolis knock-out
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#8

Aruba 1992
Ladies vs Veterans
by Bent Larsen
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Bad Wörishofen 1992
About Dizdar-Lau
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Brussels 1992
SWIFT rapid - 1. Adams
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Chalkidiki 1992
First Grandmaster Tournament - 1.Kramnik
by Ilias Kourkounakis
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Komotini/Katerini 1992
Big Brother was watching
by John Van der Wiel
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

London 1992
Struggle for survival
by John Watson
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Munich 1992
Letter about Gurevich-Christiansen
by Mark Ginsburg
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

New York 1992
Granda Zuniga leaves 'home-boys' behind
by Joel Benjamin
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Plymouth 1992
British championship
by Jonathan Mestel
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Reykjavik 1992
Letter about Shirov-Arnason
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

San Bernadino 1991
Letter about Watson-Weindl
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#7

Beer-Sheva 1992
Three Mini-Matches
by Boris Alterman
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The Women's Olympiad
by Elena Donaldson
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
Georgia: The Country of Wine, Women and Song
by Nana Alexandria
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The team of Bosnia-Herzogovina
by Predrag Nikolic
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
South Africa's participation
by Jonathan Levitt
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The Estonian team
by Jaan Ehlvest
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The Russian team
by Yury Razuvaev
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The Croatian team
by Miso Cebalo
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
The Armenian team
by Armen Nikogosian , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Manila Olympiad 1992
Kasparov and Kramnik lead Russian powerhouse to runaway victory
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#6

Amsterdam 1992
Minimal margin suffices for Short and Anand
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Gausdal 1992
Introcucing Andrey Kharlov
by John Emms
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Munich 1992
Gurevich takes Munich
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

New York 1992
'Home' victory for Lobron
by Patrick Wolff
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Oakham 1992
Shirov showing class
by Glenn Flear
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Reykjavik 1991
Letter about Ljubojevic-Timman
by Dorian Rogozenko
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Tastrup 1992
Curt Hansen wins super chess cup
by Loek Van Wely
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

The Hague 1992
Humans are still stronger than the computer
by Gert Ligterink
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#5

Bad Wörishofen 1992

by Lev Gutman
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#4

Dortmund 1992
Kasparov fights back to nose out Ivanchuk in photofinish
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#4

Germany Bundesliga 1991/92
Jellissen strikes again!
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#4

Reykjavik 1992
In the shadow of the King
by James Plaskett
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#4

Budapest 1991
Hungarian Super Championship - 1.Judit Polgar
by Laszlo Hazai
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#3

Calcutta 1992
King wins on tie-break
by Praveen Thipsay
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#3

Cannes 1992
United Kingdom cath the points
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#3

Linares 1992
Irenophobia and embraces in Linares
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#3

Hastings 1991/92
Bareev on repeat
by Julian Hodgson
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#2

Moscow 1991
Russian Championship
by Rafael Vaganian , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#2

Reykjavik 1991
Letter about Ljubojevic-Timman
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#2

Wijk aan Zee 1992
Gelfand and Salov reach twin peaks
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#2

Wijk aan Zee 1992 II
Vladimir Tukmakov and his seven deadly wins
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#2

Belgrade 1991
Under Falcon's watchful eye
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Biel 1991
Letter about Christiansen-Shirov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Germany Bundesliga 1991/92
Fronts Cleared
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Groningen 1991
Piket pulls it off
by Liafbern Riemersma
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Hamburg 1991
Letter about Lobron-Yusupov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

London 1991
British championship
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Reggio Emilia 1991
Inimitable Anand baffles Commonwealth of Independent Chess Stars
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Tilburg 1991
Letter about Short-Timman
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1992#1

Brno 1991
Is Everybody Happy?
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Cetinje 1991
Yugoslav Team Championship
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Germany Bundesliga 1991
The strongest team championship in the world
by Gerald Hertneck
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Ostend 1991
Tony Miles at his best
by Michael Adams
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Paris 1991
Timman triumphs in Trophée Immopar
by The NIC Editorial team
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

San Bernardino 1991
No cornucopia of fighting chess
by John Watson
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Tilburg 1991
Garry Kasparov, The Come-back
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Vienna 1991
A new era in Austrian chess?
by John Nunn
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#8

Biel 1991
Shirov shines at Chess Festival
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#7

Gardabaer 1991
Championship Iceland
by Helgi Olafsson
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#7

Hamburg 1991
Yusupov shows suberb form
by Karsten Müller
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#7

London 1991
The boys are back in town - 1.Shirov
by Alexander Shabalov , ,
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Magazine 1991#7

Reykjavik 1991
Ivanchuk and Karpov tie in 'bellicopiscine' Heimsbikarmot
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#7

Los Angeles 1991
US championship - Kamsky wins battle of nerves
by Patrick Wolff
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#6

Philadelphia 1991
Letter about Wolff-Emms
by Larry Christiansen
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#6

Beskidy 1991
The 6th Beskidy open
by Jan Przewoznik
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

Linares 1991
Letter about allegation Karpov
by Mikhail Gurevich
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

London 1991
WFW: A shooting gallery
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

Munich 1991
Hot Christiansen hits high in memorable tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

Philadelphia 1991
World open - A Carnival of Confusion
by Patrick Wolff
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

Terrassa 1991
Ehlvest and Adams share top honours
by Michael Adams
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#5

Amsterdam 1991
Salov and Short outshine two K's
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#4

The Hague 1991
Aegon tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#4

Kherson 1991
USSR Young Masters Championship
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#3

Linares 1991
Ivanchuk shakes off Kasparov-complex
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#3

Groningen 1990
Open tournament
by Marinus Kuijf
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Groningen 1990
Adams wins in Groningen
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Jacksonville 1990
Letter about Dlugy-Alburt
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Tilburg 1990
Letter about Timman-Kamsky
by Jonathan Tait
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Wijk aan Zee 1991
Yusupov-Dolmatov candidates match
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Wijk aan Zee 1991
Kortchnoi-Sax candidates match
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Wijk aan Zee 1991
The Doctor (Nunn) strikes again
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Wijk aan Zee 1991 II
Romero remains romantic
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#2

Leningrad 1990
USSR championship
by Vladimir Tukmakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
The Women olympad - Prodigious Polgaria
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
The Virgin Islands team
by William Hook
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
The West-German team
by Eric Lobron
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
Chess Renaissance in India
by Hari Hara Nandanan
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
The Yugoslav team
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
No changes of power
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1991#1

Eastbourne 1990
British championship
by John Watson
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#8

Jacksonville 1990
US championship
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#8

London 1990
Lloyds Bank Masters A Three-Way Tie
by Stuart Conquest
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#8

Tilburg 1990
Kamsky kids the elite in Tilburg
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#8

Amsterdam 1990
Beliavsky refreshes memories in final Ohra tournament
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#7

Fond du Lac 1990
World championship juniors
by Susan Polgar
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#7

Hilversum 1990
Dutch championship
by Marinus Kuijf
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#7

Prague 1990
Memorable Moments
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#7

Santiago 1990
World junior championship
by Liafbern Riemersma
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#7

Manila 1990
Interzonal - Fighting for the world championship swiss style
by Evgeny Vladimirov
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#6

New York 1990
Letter about Christians-Andrianov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#6

Philadelphia 1990
Chess crimes in Philly
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#6

Podolsk 1990
Team championship SU
by Gregory Serper
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#6

Reykjavik 1990
Letter about Petursson-Vaganian
by Helgi Olafsson
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#6

Bern 1990
Zonal - Unexpected victory for young IM Rechlis
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

London 1990
Larsen wins WFW tournament
by Raymond Keene
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Manhattan 1990
Manhattan Chess Club the piullar of American Chess
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Minsk 1990
USSR championship for young masters
by Igor Glek
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Moscow 1990
An Eglish Speelwolf in Moscow
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Novi Sad Olympiad 1990
Letter
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Oakham 1990
Junior tournament
by Sergey Tiviakov
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Rotterdam 1990
Kortchnoi back to old form
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#5

Lvov 1990
Zonal - A Victory for the Young
by Adrian Mikhalchishin
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#4

Munich 1990
Beliavsky makes a beeline for victory in Munich
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#4

New York 1990
Khalifman takes the big check
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#4

Hastings 1989/90
A tournament anyone could win
by Kevin Spraggett
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#3

Linares 1990
Kasparov keeps beastie boys at bay
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#3

Serres 1990
Greek championship
by Efstratios Grivas
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#3

Zlatibor 1989
Team championship
by Slavoljub Marjanovic
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#3

Bad Mergentheim 1989
1. Komljenovic
by Gennady Nesis , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Cologne 1989
Deutschland Cup
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Lucerne 1989
World championship teams
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Odessa 1989
Vaganian champion after blood-curtling final
by Boris Gelfand , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Wijk aan Zee 1990
John Nunn notches up Hoogovens in tight race
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Wijk aan Zee 1990 II
Fedorowicz displays High Fidelity
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#2

Belgrade 1989
Kasparov over 2800!
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Haifa 1989
European team championship
by Sergey Makarichev
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Long Beach 1989
Rachels youngest US champion since Fischer
by Tony Miles
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Palma de Mallorca 1989
World Cup Qualification Tournament
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Skelleftea 1989
Anatoly Karpov Analyses
by Anatoly Karpov
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Vrsac 1989
Bora Kostic memorial
by Ervin Sindik
Tournaments

Magazine 1990#1

Espoo 1989
Simen Agdestein Sweeps Nordic Floor
by Jonathan Tisdall
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#8

Sancti 1989
Championship Cuba
by Jose Vilela
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#8

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
Who Really Became Second?
by Jonathan Berry
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#8

Tilburg 1989
Kasparov outstrips Fischer in Tilburg Exhibition
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#8

Amsterdam 1989
Polgarmania Conquers Holland Ohra Tournament
by Hans Kottmann
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#7

Chicago 1989
US Open - Alburt strikes again
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#7

London 1989
The man who never looked back
by Praveen Thipsay
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#7

Plymouth 1989
British Championship
by Daniel King
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#7

Skelleftea 1989
Kasparov Clinches World Cup Victory
by Harry Schüssler
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#7

Philadelphia 1989
Ten winners in World Open
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#6

Rotterdam 1989
Victory for Timman after Karpov breaks down
by Gert Ligterink , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#6

Sagua la Grande 1989

by Jose Vilela
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#6

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
A Mathematical Analysis
by Jonathan Mestel
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#6

Yurmala 1989
Zonal Juniors
by Dmitry Volovik , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#6

Barcelona 1989
Kasparov and Ljubojevic dominate World Cup
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#5

Budapest 1989
Exegi Monumentum Aere Perennius
by John Watson
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#5

Haninge 1989
A New Tradition
by Lubomir Ftacnik
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#5

Moscow 1989
Champagne, Caviar and Qualification
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#5

Amsterdam 1989
VSB Euwe memorial
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Cannes 1989
Battle of the Generations
by Bent Larsen
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Hilversum 1989
Dutch championship
by Marinus Kuijf
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Linares 1989
All-round and dynamic Ivanchuk reaches new milestone
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

London 1989
Simul Kasparov
by Raymond Keene
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

New York 1989
John Fedorowicz: a fine and well-deserved victory
by Tony Miles
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Pljevlja 1989
Yugoslav championship
by Zoran Ilic
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Reykjavik 1989
Super solid Soviet wins
by Margeir Petursson
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Slupsk 1989
championship Poland
by Jan Przewoznik
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Zittau 1989
championship DDR
by Axel Eger
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#4

Lugano 1989
Two Heroes set the pace in Lugano
by Lubomir Ftacnik
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#3

Moscow 1988
Graphs of the Time
by M. Kleiman , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#3

Reykjavik 1988
Letter about Timman-Kasparov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#3

Tbilisi 1989
Young Masters
by Alexey Dreev
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#3

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
Letter about De Firmian-Beliavsky
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#3

Arnhem 1989
European Junior Championship
by Tom Bottema
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#2

Groningen 1988
Last Minute Passenger Takes his Chances
by Lubomir Ftacnik
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#2

Hastings 1988/89
Another Short Story
by Bent Larsen
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#2

Rome 1989
Sofia Pogar: Three is Company!
by Susan Polgar
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#2

Wijk aan Zee 1989
Signs of the Times
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#2

Belgrade 1988
Big Bad Kruno and the Soviets
by John Van der Wiel
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#1

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
T^he Women Olympiad
by Glenn Flear
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#1

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
The Australian team
by Ian Rogers
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#1

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
The Dutch team
by Genna Sosonko , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#1

Thessaloniki Olympiad 1988
The American Team at the Olympiad
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1989#1

Adelaide 1988
World junior championship
by Genna Sosonko
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Cambridge Springs 1988
US Championship
by Maxim Dlugy
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Moscow 1988
USSR championship
by Alexander Khalifman , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Potsdam 1988
Match GDR-FRG
by Thomas Pähtz
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Reykjavik 1988
World Cup Tournament
by Jan Timman
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Tilburg 1988
Anatoly Karpov hits them for six
by Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#8

Amsterdam 1988
Kortchnoi crowns another affort
by Paul Van der Sterren
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Belfort 1988
Novelty in Kasparov-Sokolov
by René Olthof
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Belfort 1988
Letter about Beliavsky-Kasparov
by Magazine Reader
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Blackpool 1988
British championship
by Glenn Flear
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Brussels 1988
Letter about Karpov-Timman
by Paul Littlewood
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Havana 1988
Pan American Championship
by Jose Vilela
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

London 1988
Natwest young masters
by Jonathan Speelman
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

London 1988
Adams (16) fulfils promise
by Michael Wilder
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Moscow 1988
USSR championship
by Anatoly Karpov
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Odense 1988
Danish Championship
by Carsten Hoi
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Uzhgorod 1988
Team championship
by Sergey Khlusevich , ,
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

Vina del Mar 1988
Ljubojevic wins in Chile
by Hernan Salazar
Tournaments

Magazine 1988#7

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