Contents of the two versions, in the corresponding tab.
- Format 21 cm x 29,7 cm
- Binding Paperback
- Pages 100
- Edition Summer 2015
- Language Spanish
- ISBN 2100000032396
- Collections Capakhine
- Year of publication 2015
OPENINGS: THE FRENCH DEFENSE. By M.I. Alfredo Brito
In a simple way, without offering long complicated variants, but focusing on the study of plans and main ideas, Alfredo Brito presents a study of the Advance Variation of the French Defence. This article is not offered a deep theoretical study, but is available to readers ideas, plans and maneuvers principalesque come into play in positions closed center which can be reached in this opening.
STRATEGY: DOWNTOWN MOBILE. By M.F. Luis Fernández Siles
Since our inception in chess we learn the importance of control and occupy the center with our pawns. This is one of the priorities of the opening. But what we do in the middle game when we have achieved a pawn center? In this article we try this, showing how the mobile center offers the possibility of advancing pawns limiting the activity of the enemy pieces.
TACTICS: THE DUNK. Drafting
If we were dealing with the double threat in the first issue in this new issue of the magazine Capakhine we try tactical otrorecurso of the utmost importance: slam dunk. Consite explain what the dunk, the two types nailed (absolute and relative) and some basic concepts.
THE TACTICAL SEMÁFOTO: DUNK. By Manolo Alcover.
The excellent chess Manolo monitor Alcover offers a series of exercises on the dunk, to definitely familiar with this tactical resource in a practical way. The exercises proposes Manolo Alcover, divided by 3 levels of difficulty, they offer many of the typical situations in which the tactical theme Slam Dunk presented.
PRACTICAL FINAL IN CHESS: For the M.I. Bjarke Sahl.
From Oslo we get the cooperation of M.I. Bjarke Sahl who over time has devoted much of his work chess, both in the world of teaching, as in journalism, events and tasks states. We offer a fine selection of late, with three levels of difficulty, where young people will learn some positions of the utmost importance on the final phase of the game.
REGULATION: RHYTHMS OF GAME AND REGISTRATION OF HEADING. By Daniel Escobar FIDE Arbiter.
Each competition has its own peculiarities depending on the tempo. Many players have doubt decuándo should be noted and when not. Even in tournaments that keep score is mandatory in some cases you can stop scoring when time is short.
TEST OF INTUITION IN CHESS
Are we able to make good decisions when we have little time left on the clock? Are we intuitive players? We offer a test with a selection of very particular positions. No need to stop and think for a long period of reflection.
CHESSBASE TUTORIAL FOR CHILDREN
The ChessBase is a program that is not missing on the computer of good chess player. With it you can perform many functions, from keeping our games, to study openings, middle game or end, or know our rivals openings during a competition.
TALE OF CHESS: THE ISLAND OF WHITE AND BLACK. By Pilar Talavera.
An island divided by two kingdoms, whites and blacks. They do not interact with each other. Nobody crosses half of the island. However a very special day something happens ...
INTERVIEW: JAVIER OCHOA, PRESIDENT OF THE SPANISH FEDERATION AND THE IBERO-AMERICAN FEDERATION.
Javier Ochoa has been kind enough to answer our questions, mainly focused on school chess. It talks about how the role played by the federation in the implementation of chess as a subject in schools and how the process will be carried out. It tells us how a federation works, how the national championships are organized, and tells us, among other things, about the new challenges facing the federation for the future.
THERAPEUTIC AND SOCIAL CHESS: CHESS AND ADHD. By Juan Antonio Montero.
The psychologist Juan Antonio Montero, specialist in the application of chess as a therapeutic tool in cases of ADHD, autism and Asperger, offers us a great article on chess and ADHD. While previous articles on the subject simply list the benefits of chess in hyperactive children, Juan Antonio Montero delves into the particularities of these children and how to work with them with chess. Essential for monitors who teach chess to children with ADHD.
FERAMIM SCHOOL: MATES TO THE SQUARE. By Joaquín Fernández Amigo.
Chess and mathematics have always been related, but in this article our collaborator is not limited to raising that relationship, but offers resources to make the math subject more enjoyable using chess. In order to facilitate the use of the practical exercises that it proposes, all of them indicate the course to which it should be destined. It also includes tips for parents to use these exercises with their children.
CHESS AND STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH CURRICULAR DESFASE. By Manuel Azuaga.
The chess monitor Manuel Azuaga, president of AJEDREZ SOCIAL DE ANDALUCÍA, and well known for his radio program El Rincón del Ajedrez, tells us an impressive experience at an institute in Málaga with students with a curricular gap, who have seen how they improved in Other subjects thanks to chess. How to approach the work with students of this type, what resources should be used, how to raise classes from the first moment ... in short a very useful guide for anyone who teaches chess or anyone who wants to know the best Benefits of chess.
SURVIVAL MANUAL FOR PARENTS OF ADJECTIVE CHILDREN. By M.F. Luís Fernández Siles
In the new installment of this section we discuss the children's approach to chess and how it can influence the different cases in which it occurs. For example we speak of the child who has a father or mother who is already fond of chess, the case of chess-loving brothers and how they relate to each other, or children who learn chess directly in their school, as an extracurricular subject. The advantages and disadvantages of each case and the problems that may arise.
PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION: THE DEFEAT. THE ALLY PAINFUL. By Carlos Martínez Piqueras.
If in the first issue the psychologist specialized in chess, Carlos Martinez, was in charge of recommending the approach that should be raised before a game of chess, in this issue tells us how to act after the game. Specifically it addresses the issue of defeat, how to deal with it so that it is not traumatic and how parents can help, who sometimes see as their children are disconsolate after losing a game of chess.
CHESS AS A SIGN OF CULTURE. THE CHERRY OF THE VIRREY. By José Antonio Garzón.
The writer, historian and journalist presents his latest work, which serves to review how the rules of chess have evolved over the years. This historical tour allows you to propose a possible change of rules for the future, in line with the new times and the primacy of computers in our game. In addition our magazine will collaborate in a contest of compositions that will realize this new project.
CHEMICAL REGULATION. THE TRAPS IN OUR GAME. By the Referee FIDE Enrique Pescador.
Enrique Pescador has been in charge of translating the "anti-tramp regulations" of the FIDE for the Spanish Federation, and it brings us up to date on some important issues of the same. We are living a moment in which there has been a particular concern on the subject, after the appearance of some cases and the denunciations of others. How can cheating in tournaments be avoided? How should an arbitrator act? How should a player behave to report his suspicions? What resources do we have to avoid this problem?