Children playing chess will be able to enjoy a new number of Capakhine, with its usual articles of openings, half game, final, tips for competition etc.
And as always, adults, both parents and monitors, coaches and interested in educational chess, will find articles of interest.
Capakhine continues its journey with the pride of reaching more and more corners of Spain and the world.
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Chess Openings: Queen´s Gambit Change variant. For the M.F. Luis Fernández Siles
For all those who play 1.d4 (or want to play eventually) comes this new installment of chess openings, which this time focuses on the Variant of the Change of Lady Gambit. A simple way to deal with these variants, where the main thing is to understand what happens in the center of the board to decide the correct plan.
Strategy: Symmetric center. By GM Enrique Rodríguez Guerrero
Our favorite strategist, Granadino GM Enrique Rodríguez, continues the review of the pawn configurations in the main center. Touch the turn of the symmetrical center. Enrique offers some keys and fundamental ideas to face these positions successfully, showing very instructive examples on the subject.
Tactical and Tactical Semaphore: The fabulous X-Rays. By Antonio Gude
The eminent Spanish author Antonio Gude, explains one of the most important tactical resources, the X-rays. As always, it offers a selection of problems related to the tactical resource that is explained, so that the reader can practice what they have learned.
Final Explained: Achilles and the Turtle. By Nicola Lococo
The philosopher and monitor of chess Nicola Lococo, continues with his particular and original way of facing the study of certain endings. On this occasion he explains his method to teach certain endings in which past pawns have a special role.
Time travel. Remembering Bobby Fischer. By GM Pepe Cuenca
The extraordinary great master and diffuser of chess, Pepe Cuenca, climbs on the time machine so that we can travel with him to one of the most beautiful games in the history of chess. Surely it is the most famous of the games of the American genius, that we can enjoy with the comments of our friend Pepe.
Story: Nico and the game of chess. By David Vicente Valentín
The award-winning writer from Madrid, David Vicente, offers another entertaining story related to chess, so that our youngest readers can enjoy reading and the wonderful world of 64 squares at the same time.
Transversal Chess Exercises
With the introduction of chess in the classroom different work methods have been carried out and many types of problems and exercises designed for the school have been created. Readers of our magazine already know, by the hand of Joaquín Fernández Amigo, the benefits of transversality in the teaching of chess. In this section we offer some exercises where chess mixes with literature, mathematics, history ...
Tricks and celadas in the openings. A selection of tricks and traps for the first phase of the game.
Did you know ... Anecdotes and curiosities of our game.
The World Champions: Vignette with the caricature of a world champion, by the great cartoonist Wadalupe. On the reverse we enjoy some of the best quotes of the champion, in this case, Anatoly Karpov.
Interview. Silvio Danailov
The president of the European Chess Union tells us how the Chess to School Project was carried out, a pioneer in the inclusion of chess in the classroom, and that it was a first step towards the inclusion of chess as a curricular subject in different countries of Europe. He also talks about many other issues.
Educational Chess: Learning to teach. By Lorena García
Our expert in educational chess and experienced pedagogue who works with teachers who are going to teach the subject of chess, offers us a new look on the teaching of chess. The approach with which teachers who teach chess in the classroom should work, serves as a starting point for this new journey into the fascinating world of teaching chess.
Investigation. Augmented reality. By José Luis Sirera
Blind or visually impaired chess players can enjoy our game, as readers of Capakhine are well aware. Now we know a new project that is being carried out with a new technology of augmented reality. Very interesting.
Psychology: Psychological work in Chess. By Carlos Martínez
The expert in psychology and chess Carlos Martínez. tells us how the different training sessions focused on psychology can be carried out. Carlos tells us about his own experience and the most modern techniques with which psychology focuses on these works.
Regulation: Game rhythms. By AI Enrique Pescador
Our expert in arbitration and regulation in chess, Enriue Pescador, tells us some news in the regulations related to the different rhythms of the game. Very important for chess players who participate in competitions.
History: Peculiarities, norms and subtleties of the medieval composer. By José Antonio Garzón.
A new journey in time from the hand of one of the greatest experts in the history of chess in the world, the eminent writer and journalist José Antonio Garzón, who on this occasion reveals to us the peculiarities of medieval compositions. As always, a pleasure to accompany José Antonio Garzón on these special and erudite trips.
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