Chess - Chess Informant 101 with trademark sections
Every volume of Chess Informant offers a selection of the best games played by the world's greatest chess players. Over 90% of the games are annotated by the players who played them. The classification code system facilitates the search by openings and variations, and the system of annotation signs and symbols is perfectly understandable to everyone. There are also the most interesting endings, combinations, studies, the ten best games and the ten most important theoretical novelties from the previous volume, tournament crosstables and thorough indexes of players and annotators.
Chess Informant 101 contains 459 annotated games and 516 variations.
More information about this particular edition is shown below.
Events held between: September 1st, 2007 and December 31st, 2007.
Events covered: Karlovy Vary, Mexico City, Kemer, Hoogeveen, Barcelona, Hersonissos, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Moscow, Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia (ch), Pamplona, Reggio Emilia, etc.
Contributors: Kramnik, V. Anand, Morozevich, Svidler, Leko, Ivanchuk, B. Gelfand, Sergey Karjakin, Mi. Adams, Grischuk, Rublevsky, Dominguez Perez, V. Milov, Iv. Sokolov, Nisipeanu, Kasimdzhanov, Van Wely, Inarkiev, Navara, Bareev, Vallejo Pons, A. Volokitin, Z. Almasi, A. Onischuk, Ki. Georgiev, Roiz, I. Ivanisevic, Tiviakov, Tomashevsky, Motylev, Sutovsky, Predojevic, A. Beliavsky, Krasenkow, Mchedlishvili, Dreev, B. Avrukh, D. Stellwagen, M. Kobalia, M. Gurevich, Va. Salov, Ch. Lutz, Ar. Jussupow, Ribli, J. Benjamin, L. Christiansen, Xie Yun, J. Timman, Mikhalchishin, Speelman, and many others.
Trademark sections: The voting for the ten best games and the ten most important theoretical novelties from Chess Informant 100, theoretical survey in ECO format, the most interesting recent combinations, endings and studies, tournament standings and crosstables, and the best of Artur Jussupow's creative output.
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