New In Chess Yearbook 138 (PB)

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New In Chess Yearbook, which appears four times a year, contains the latest new in chess openings.

Each issue brings you dozens of new ideas on the cutting edge of modern chess opening theory.

The Yearbook not only covers the latest fashions, but also offers fresh insights into underrated gambits, rare continuations, and almost forgotten weapons.

The Forum section contains a lot of material from the Tata Steel Chess Tournament which ended just before our deadline. You can find hot ‘Tata’ contributions by Han Schut, René Olthof and Frank Erwich, besides an impressive analysis by young player Artem Odegov, an SOS line versus the Najdorf employed by Nakamura against MVL no less than 10 times in the Speed final (written by Peter Boel) and a baffling opening discovery by new grandmaster Max Warmerdam who was also the second of Tata winner Jorden van Foreest.

From Our Own Correspondent
Our GM correspondent Erwin l’Ami dives deep into five openings again with the help of correspondence chess games. You’re getting the latest on the English Attack vs the Najdorf, a new path for Black in a difficult King’s Indian/Benoni hybrid, a sharp attacking game with the Shirov/Shabalov Slav, a new blow for the Blumenfeld Gambit, and another blow for a much-applauded Bobby Fischer idea for Black in the Benoni.

Glenn Flear sees Magnus Carlsen’s influence on opening theory grow and grow. He reviews two books on variations named after the World Champion: Carlsen’s Neo-M\'f8ller by Ioannis Simeonidis and The Carlsen Variation by Carsten Hansen – the inventor of which variation, by the way, is ‘close by’! Flear also takes a look at an impressive tome on a very obscure variation: The Exhilarating Elephant Gambit by Jakob Aabling Thomsen and Michael Agermose Jensen, and first but not least at a French opening – another novelty in the Yearbook! It’s called Jouez la Française and it’s by GM Manuel Apicella.

1.e4 openings
Sicilian Defence - Najdorf Variation 6..d3 - Olthof

Sicilian Defence - Scheveningen Variation 6..e2 a6 - Szabo

Sicilian Defence - Sveshnikov Variation 7..d5 - Bosch

King’s Fianchetto - 4..e3 Variation - Vilela

French Defence - Advance Variation 6..d3 - Jones

French Defence - Tarrasch Variation 3....f6 - Tzermiadianos

Caro-Kann Defence - Early Divergences 2..f3 - Ponomariov

Caro-Kann Defence - Fantasy Variation 3.f3 - Ilczuk and Panczyk

Caro-Kann Defence - Exchange Variation 4..d3 - Rodi

Caro-Kann Defence - Advance Variation 4..c3 - Stohl

Ruy Lopez - Berlin Defence 4.d3 - Saric

Ruy Lopez - Early Divergences 4...f5 - Ris

Italian Game - Giuoco Piano 6.b4 - Krykun

King’s Pawn Openings - Scotch Gambit 5.e5 - Kuljasevic

1.d4 openings

Queen’s Gambit Declined - Early Divergences 4...a6/3 ...a6 - Olthof

Slav Defence - Exchange Variation 6..f4 a6 - Fogarasi

Slav Defence - Meran Variation 5.b3 - Sokolov

Tarrasch Defence - - Semi-Tarrasch 4..f3 c5 - Ikonnikov

Queen’s Gambit Accepted - Central Variation 3.e4 - Flear

Nimzo-Indian Defence - Rubinstein Variation 5..d2 - Ikonnikov

Grünfeld Indian Defence - Exchange Variation 7..c4 - Gledura


English Opening - Symmetrical Variation 3.g3 d5 - Timman

Réti Opening - Réti Gambit 4...dxc4 - Adams

Opening - Early Divergences - Lukacs and Hazai

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