Interesting stuff in New In Chess 2009/2

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New In Chess 2009/2New In Chess 2009/2 is just out. Let me try to wet your appetite with a couple of features from its more than 100 pages:

-- Karjakin explains how his dive in the icecold sea secured his win -- and the rest of the teenage explosion in Wijk aan Zee -- Peter Svidler on cricket in Gibaltar -- Magnus Carlsen: beating Jan Smeets -- Genna Sosono follows the tobacco road to chess -- KingLoek still hopes that Teimour R. comes back to his senses -- Jan Gustafsson: why good pokerplayers are bad at chess -- Ray Keene: behind the scenes of the London 2000 match -- the troubled genius of Albin Planinc -- Eduardas Rozentalis' childhood dream -- Jonathan Rowson reviews Ivan Sokolov's new book -- and much more!

Is New In Chess really as good as they say? Please tell me what you think of this issue.
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