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30.06.2005 The game Topalov – Anand becomes May's Laureate
IM Maxim Notkin reviews the best games that were played in the chess world and appraised by experts in May 2005. Until the end of June you will read an analysis of the best masterpieces and a detailed survey of all candidate encounters of the month. And in the first decade of July there will be a new list (June's laureate), and so it is going to be, diligently, every month.
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29.06.2005 Women's chess. Sergey Shipov
Grandmaster Sergey Shipov answers the ACP questions.
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28.06.2005 INTERVIEW WITH NEW EUROPEAN CHAMPION K, LAHNO
New European champion Kateryna Lahno answered the questions of our correspondent Misha Savinov.
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28.06.2005 M.Notkin "Drinking May's tea"
IM Maxim Notkin makes the survey of the best games played in May. Soon you will see the thorough analysis of the encounter B.Jobava – V.Ivanchuk.
Read in the section "Creativity" (available in Russian)
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27.06.2005 Ivanov The supertournament in Sofia: no compromise
St.Petersburg grandmaster Sergei Ivanov sums up the competitive results of the supertournament in Sofia.
Read in the section “Creativity”
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24.06.2005 Women's chess: Ilya Odessky
International master and chess journalist Ilya Odessky expresses his opinion about women's chess
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24.06.2005 Women's chess: Jennifer Shahade's opinion
International master Jennifer Shahade answers the ACP questions
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21.06.2005 Women's chess. Olga Alexandrova
"What attracts you in chessplayers? Is the appearance of a “favorite” important? Judging by appearance whom of the male chessplayers do you like?
Frankly speaking, on the whole, I do not like male chessplayers very much. I do not want to speak about all the chessplayers as I have friends among them and with some I have sympathy… But about 70 percent of male chessplayers are absolutely unattractive people. Those of the 70 percent I’m speaking about are typical chessplayers, for whom there exists nothing in this world except chess. But there are also atypical chessplayers, who are well-rounded and interesting people..."
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17.06.2005 Grandmaster Gleizerov annotates
Grandmaster Evgeny Gleizerov annotates the exciting fight between A.Dreev and L.Dominguez, which won our best game voting in March.
Read in the section 'Creativity'.
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16.06.2005 Women's Chess. A.Volzhin answers the ACP questions
"Judit Polgar is the only woman who plays at the level of best world players, she is preeminent among the other women. What is the secret of her achievements?
Judit is a real phenomenon, and that is it. In men's chess there were some periods when the strongest player, the champion of the world reigned with the same breakaway from the others. It happens probably once in 100 years..."
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15.06.2005 Pen of a wunderkind: 14 years old M.Matlakov
Young Maxim Matlakov won the Russian U-14 championship. He annotates one of the recently played games.
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14.06.2005 S. Klimov. Hardship of Calculation 2
International master Sergey Klimov presents the second part of his research dedicated to psychological difficulties of choosing candidate moves in various positions. Read in the section "Theory and practice".
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14.06.2005 Michal Krasenkow annotates
Grandmaster Michal Krasenkow annotates one of the best games of April: Smirnov-Sakaev.
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10.06.2005 "Master makers". Yury Yakovich
Trainer of the Russian women chess team grandmaster Yury Yakovich answers the ACP questions about the role of trainer in chess.
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09.06.2005 "Master makers". Igor Zaitsev
Anatoly Karpov's trainer grandmaster Igor Zaitsev answers the ACP questions about the role of trainer in chess.
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07.06.2005 V.Katsnelson "Studies from St. Petersburg"
The well-known chess composer gives examples of the creative inventions of the chessplayers from St.Petersburg that are not only of educational value, but also have an outstanding creative form.
Read in the section "Creativity" (available in Russian)
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07.06.2005 "Master makers". Mikhail Podgaets
Anatoly Karpov's trainer international master Mikhail Podgaets answers the ACP questions about the role of trainer in chess.
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01.06.2005 Announcement of our publications
Soon our readers will have an opportunity to read about the competitive results of the supertournament in Sofia (Sergei Ivanov will sum them up), about Alexander Khalifman in the section "Portrait of a chessplayer" (grandmaster Ionov has drawn it). In our editorial office we already have new works of international masters: Dvoretsky, who does not need any epithets, Faibisovich, who penetrates the depths of history, Klimov, who is inclined to research. Other contributors include a chess composer Katsnelson and one of the most successful junior from St Petersburg, the Russian U-18 champion Vitiugov. Besides already well-known and popular columns like "The Laureates of the Month" (by IM Notkin), there might be a new one. You will get to know more about this and many other things from our publications.
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01.06.2005 S. Ivanov Supertournament in Sofia
Grandmaster from St Petersburg Sergei Ivanov sums up the competitive results of a supertournament in Sofia. Read in the section "Creativity" in Russian
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01.06.2005 Science to chess education
A usual competition organized by the "Belaya Ladja" ("White Rook") – the championship among the Russian schools with prizes from the "Sporting Russia" – finished yesterday in Krasnogorsk by a victory of the schhol №3 from Cheliabinsk. 41 teams from different parts of Russia took part in it. Chief of the "Sporting Russia" I.Rodnina, academician L.Abalkin, outstanding trainer M.Dvoretsky, journalist from the TV channel "Sport" grandmaster Mirzoyeva came to the closing... During the ceremony of closing all the 200 players and team trainers were given chess books. These books were prepared by the company "Intellectual Games" from St. Petersburg and published within the framework of the program "Science to chess education" with participation of small scientific companies. Each child received the books "From Chigorin to Kasprov" and "Chess Chronicle of St. Petersburg 1900-2005" as a present. Besides, the representatives of each region was given the "Chess primers", that are very useful to teach the rules and basics of the chess play, to be distributed among the child's institutions. After the closing multiple Olympic champion I.Rodnina acknowledged her indebtedness to all organizations that took part in this publication and handing of the books to the young players of Russia and wished to continue the cooperation. Moreover, our representatives gave several dozens of "Chess primers" to the commission "Chess and Education" to distribute them among institutions for disabled children. We offer a photo-report of our correspondent M.Savinovto to your attention .
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