New & full of opening novelties: Yearbook 90

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YB 90Yearbook 90 has just arrived!

In this issue of The Chess Player's Guide to Opening News you will find answers to urgent quenstions like:

-- what was the most original gambit of the year 2008? -- will KingLoek finally admit defeat in the Botvinnik Slav? -- is the Berliner Variation of the Two Knights out of business? -- has Erwin l'Ami refuted Rybka in the Classical Nimzo? -- what were Perenyi's ideas behind his all-out Attack on the Najdorf? --can Black still hope for a win in Tiger's Modern? -- how did the Senior World Champion rejuvenate the Morozevich French? -- with what gambit did Kasparov combat the Scandinavian in simuls? -- have Naiditsch and Bacrot succeeded in killing the Marshall Attack? -- has Nikolay Ninov found the ultimate Anti-Traxler plan? -- have new horizons opened in the sharp Leningrad Dutch? -- with what obscure variety of the Staunton Gambit can you catch Topalov? -- and much more!

"Fantastic value for money", is what the British Federation for Correspondence Chess said about the Yearbook.

Pleas have a look at the full contents of Yearbook 90.
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