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Page Overview Connect today with some of the best British writers around and the very latest developments in the British chess scene! What are you waiting for? In paper and digital formats BCM will truly engage you and also provide real help to players eager to improve their play. Games Great value with hours of reading enjoyment, it provides instruction for enthusiastic players eager to improve their standard of play. Analysis Forget about skimming the surface. Throughout we have deep authoritative analysis by leading GM and IM chess professionals. Insights BCM's goal is to entertain, inform and offer the best in high-class chess insight, stories and research.
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The Chinese GM beats both Giri and Kramnik in his last two games to claim another victory in his young and burgeoning career.
This time around he discusses his travels to the Myanmar Open.
Jonathan Speelman is the reporter on this one. The main event uses a football scoring system and was one in the last round by Viswanathan Anand over Giri and Kramnik; Nakamura won the Rapid ahead of Giri and Caruana; and Adams won the Blitz on tie-break ahead of Nakamura and Kramnik. The cover calls it a story of tragedy and triumph. Across a span of a little more than seven pages Adam Feinstein relates the life of Miguel Najdorf.