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Chess Informant 73 brings a selection of 1,235 fully annotated games from all the important tournaments and matches between June 1st and October 15th, 1998, including Olympiad in Elista, Dortmund, Beijing, Tallinn/Paernu, Philadelphia (open), Bad Homburg, Russia (ch), Koszalin (open), Berlin (open), Polanica Zdroj, Samara and match Kasparov - Timman..

The most prominent chess players the world over annotate themselves the games they played:
Kasparov, Anand, Kramnik, Ivanchuk, Karpov, Shirov, Adams, Svidler, Topalov, Bareev, Rublevsky, Gelfand, Salov, Short, Leko, Kiril Georgiev, Sadler, Tiviakov, Krasenkow, Timman, Akopian, Azpaiparashvili, Zoltan Almasi, Zviaginsev, Khalifman, Beliavsky, Dreev, Movsesian, Jussupow, Van Wely, Sakaev, Shipov, Onischuk, Seirawan, Yermolinsky, Dautov, Korchnoi, Morozevich and Lautier (all of them among the top 50 players on the FIDE Rating list for July 1998!), then: Kaidanov, Ehlvest, Ivan Sokolov, Smirin, Hracek, Lputian, Mikhail Gurevich, Giorgi Giorgadze, Christiansen, Volkov, Rogers, Piket, Illescas Cordoba, Tukmakov, Alterman, Lutz, Speelman, Fedorov, Sturua, Benjamin, Spasov, Malaniuk, Ribli, Atalik, Sutovsky, Ftacnik, Huebner, Bacrot, Dolmatov, Gulko, Psakhis, and many others.

There are all the usual columns - 1,238 games, 18 best combinations and 18 endings, the ten best games of the previous volume, the ten most important theoretical novelties of the previous volume, theoretical survey of the opening played in the winning game for the most important theoretical novelty, about 80 crosstables, etc.

Length of the printed book is 436 pages.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 June, 2002.

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