New: 'New In Chess, The First 25 Years'

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New In Chess: The First 25 YearsIn October we celebrated our 25th Anniversary. Yes, we know, time flies, etc. I hope you liked our anniversary issue.

Now we have published: New In Chess: The First 25 Years. It's all there: Botvinnik on Kasparov's talent, Tony Miles on winning Tilburg while lying on a stretcher, Ricardo Calvo on being persona non grata with FIDE, Bent Larsen on preparation, the death of J.H. Donner. Remember Valery Salov annotating just one game and somehow connecting Spinoza, Bakunin, Monica Lewinsky, Garry Kasparov, Pope Clement V, Paul van der Sterren and Dr Hannibal Lector? It's included. Meet Spassky, Portisch, Krabbé, Tal, Campo, and other colourful characters. Relive Karpov's 1994 Linares win, and Kasparov self-destructing against Deep Blue. Read Kasparov on Fischer.

Plus of course : the very best games of chess by Anand, Ivanchuk, Shirov, Topalov, Morozevich et al. Compiled by Steve Giddins.

Only available here: the 400-page anthology of New In Chess.
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