Aronian's swindling: New In Chess 2009/3

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Aronian wins Amber"Aronian's saves were were based on a very distinctive style of slow-motion swindling", writes Dr John Nunn in his exclusive eye-witness report on Amber 2009.

You can read Nunn's piece in New In Chess 2009/3 (just out).

Other interesting stuff from this issue's more than 100 pages:



-- Garry Kasparov on Ivanchuk going "bleeping nuts" -- a future Women Grandmaster(?) in underwear -- Nigel Short on Timman's weaknesses -- Magnus Carlsen on beating Grischuk -- Hans Ree: Vlastimil Hort's many errors & inaccuracies -- the scandal that almost killed the Topalov-Kamsky match -- Jonathan Rowson: chess is a jealous lover -- and much more.

Please have a look at the latest issue of our flagship publication.

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