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: The Advance Variation against Defense Caro Kann. For the M.F. Luis Fernández Siles
Our director, M.F. Luis Fernández Siles, proposes a simple and aggressive recipe against the Caro Kann Defense, which will be liked by those players who prefer to take advantage of space and seek initiative. Through some magisterial games, we study the most important topics and ideas.
Strategy: The open center. By the G.M. Enrique Rodríguez
The favorite strategist of our readers returns to the charge to talk about the positions in which the central pawns disappear. Which side will have an advantage? What do you have to use? Do not miss it, it will be of great help.
Tactical and Tactical Semaphore. By Antonio Gude.
The eminent Spanish author brings us up to date on the tactical blockade, a resource that can be of great help to eliminate the mobility of enemy pieces. A new tactical trick that you can use in your games.
Time travel. The Immortal Match. By Nicola Lococo
The philosopher and chess monitor invites us to relive an anthological game and, probably, one of the most famous in the history of chess. Inescapable appointment.
The referee answers. Team competitions. By A.I. Enrique Pescador
The team tournaments have some peculiarities that you have to know, so our favorite referee tells us all the details about the subject, answering the most important questions we could ask him.
Do not stop doing the exercises on the final phase of the game that we propose in this new issue. Are the endings boring? You'll see how not ...
Educational chess exercises where our game goes hand in hand with some school subjects, such as math, history, English or literature. Chess and culture were never so close.
And you will also find other sections like ¿Did you know ?, Tricks and cautions in the openings or the Wadalupe vignette on the World Champions.
Interview: Felix Albers. Creator of the chess Paco Sako
We know the artist who has created a wonderful chess, where the pieces instead of leaving the board when captured, merge into a magical embrace. An idea that opens great possibilities in educational chess.
Educational chess. Play creating. By Lorena García.
The Canarian researcher and expert in educational chess, returns to surprise us with her simple and friendly look at the world of chess in the classroom. Tips and suggestions that will be of interest to any teacher or monitor of our game.
1, 2, 3 Chess. Educational Chess Workshops. By Miriam Monreal.
The coordinator of the Chess program at the School of Aragón, invites us to learn about some methodologies and activities of the chess workshops, their preparation and the keys we need to know to put them in motion.
Therapeutic and Social Chess. Chess for the elderly. By Juan Antonio Montero.
We know that chess is very useful for the little ones, but now the world's greatest specialist in therapeutic chess tells us how chess benefits the elderly.
Psychology. Serendipity in the classroom. By María Rodrigo Yanguas.
The prestigious sports psychologist Maria Rodrigo, invites us to reflect on the methods to get a good atmosphere in the classroom, pleasant for students and conducive to teaching.
Topics in the history of chess. Great achievements in the Golden Age of Chess. By José Antonio Garzón.
Each article by Garzón, an authentic eminence of the history of chess, as well as an author and journalist, is a romantic journey to some of the most important moments of our game. In this new adventure we travel to the Golden Age.
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