New In Chess 2010/1: Magnus Carlsen wins again

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NIC 2010/1By winning the London Chess Classic Magnus Carlsen has become the youngest world's number one ever! You can read the exclusive on-the-spot report in By winning the London Chess Classic Magnus Carlsen has become the youngest world's number one ever! You can read the exclusive on-the-spot report in New In Chess 2010/1 (just out).

Other interesting stuff from this issue's more than 100 pages: -- Carlsen on his win against Kramnik -- Chess at 40 degrees below zero -- "Rien ne va plus": Roulette Chess, by Jennifer Sahade -- David Howell's nightmare: playing the King's Gambit against Carlsen -- Alexander Grischuk has done it again -- Alexander Alekhine's Paris years -- Jan Timman on 13 year old Ilya Nyshnyk: the new Magnus? -- Robert J. Fischer talks to Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam! -- Judit Polgar annotates her win against Gelfand -- and much more.

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