ChessBase Magazine con nueva columna "All in One"

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05/11/2020 – Con la edición # 198 (noviembre/diciembre de 2020), habrá una nueva columna en la revista digital de ChessBase, ChessBase Magazine. Se llama "All in One" ("todo en uno"). ¿Cuál es la idea? Un experto especialmente versado en el tema, explicará la línea de una apertura que actualmente está de moda, a base de una sola partida, extensivamente comentada. El análisis será tan profundo y comprensivo, que Ud. aprenderá todo lo que necesita saber de esta partida. Eso le dará una base fiable también para sus propias partidas en el futuro.

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NEW: "All in One"

Anish Giri dissects two extremely topical opening lines

This issue sees the introduction of a new column: “All in One”. What is the idea behind it? Using a single extensively annotated game, an expert will show you a topical opening line.  Here the analysis is so deep and so comprehensive that using just this one game you can learn all the essentials and have available for your own practice a reliable basis. The starting gun on the DVD will be fired by no less than top GM and theoretician Anish Giri with a provocative Scandinavian and with an Anti-Keres-Sicilian by Magnus Carlsen!

Scandinavian 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qd6 4.d4 Nf6 5.Nf3 Nc6!?

This rather rare line was employed many times recently by Austrian expert Georg Froewis, but was only brought into the limelight when it occured in the prestigeous online tournament Lindores Abbey in the game Karjakin-Dubov. From the above diagram, play might continue 6.Nb5 Qd8 7.d5 (Bf4 Nd5) Nb4 8.c4 Na6!? 9.Bf4 e6, and now the sharpest continuation is 10.d6

which after 10...c6 leads to highly unusual and messy positions - "...something Black is probably looking forward to, playing this line - an interesting surprise weapon!"

Sicilian Keres Attack 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e6 6.g4 e5!?