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.
Contents of the two versions, in the corresponding tab.
- Editorial Capakhine
- Format 21 cm x 29,7 cm
- Binding Paperback
- Edition 2017
- Language Spanish
- Collections Capakhine
- Year of publication 2017
Chess openings: Sicilian Anti-Najdorf. For the M.F. Luis Fernández Siles
Our director, M.F. Luis Fernández Siles proposes a very subtle order of play to face the players who want to raise the Sicilian Defense Variant Najdorf. An aggressive line and not as popular as other major variants, so the surprise effect can be positive.
Strategy: The closed center. By the G.M. Enrique Rodríguez Guerrero.
After reviewing the main types of weak pawns, our collaborator, the great Andalusian master Enrique Rodríguez, embarks on a new series in which he will explain the types of centers and their usual plans. To begin, one of the most frequent: the closed center.
Tactical and Tactical Semaphore. The liberation of space. By Antonio Gude.
How to get squares for our pieces in attack positions? How to open lines so that our pieces reach the enemy king? The liberation of space is a tactical resource of enormous importance, which explains the eminent Spanish author Antonio Gude, who also offers us a compilation of exercises on the subject to practice what we have learned.
Finals explained: The end of Little Red Riding Hood. By Nicola Lococo
The Basque chess philosopher and monitor, Nicola Lococo, shows us his particular method of learning for the end of king and pawn against king. Inspired by the famous tale of Little Red Riding Hood, we will learn about the opposition and the defensive resources of such an important end, thanks to the famous Little Red Riding Hood, her grandmother and the big bad wolf.
Time travel. By the M.I. Michael Rahal
We again have a collaboration from our friend, the internationally renowned coach and master Michael Rahal, who climbs the time machine to show us a game full of original ideas, strategic resources, enriching plans and surprising tactics. Very instructive
Story. The tiebreaker. By David Vivancos
The author of the book of stories The intermediate plays, offers us a new story, rescuing a tense moment of a game of chess.
Transversal Chess Exercises
Those who have read Capakhine before, especially the magnificent articles by the eminent Joaquín Fernández Amigo, know that the new trends in educational chess invite us to make transversal applications in the classroom. Well, in this new section we propose some chess exercises that have to do with mathematics, geography, English or literature.
Tricks and celadas in the openings. A new selection of typical traps in the opening that every chess fan should know.
Champions of the world. Our favorite cartoonist, the talented Wadalupe, offers us a cut-out caricature of a new world champion. Our collection is expanding with that of Fischer, of whom we also remember some famous phrases.
Did you know...? Curiosities and anecdotes of the world of the 64 squares.
Interview: David Martínez, "Divis".
One of the most prestigious chess coaches, the M.I. David Martinez, talks about the work he does with David Antón, the women's Olympic team and many other questions that are sure to be interesting for the reader interested in our game.
Educational Chess From weakness to strength. By Lorena García.
We have the luxury of having the educational chess expert Lorena García, who is doing a magnificent job in teacher training to teach chess in the Canary Islands. In this article we show how some typical fears of the teacher can be counteracted in a very practical way.
Therapeutic and social chess. Chess and attention. By Juan Antonio Montero.
The world's leading specialist on the therapeutic applications of our game, offers us the first part of a work that deals with how our game can improve attention. Although before we will have the opportunity to know the different types of attention that modern psychology studies.
Reportage. Yoga and Chess By Juan Ramón Jérez.
Probably these two activities may have more connection points than you can imagine. Juan Ramón Jerez, outstanding promoter of our sport, tells us how they have carried out an original project where chess and yoga are the protagonists.
Investigation. Historical studies on Chess and Mathematics. By Jorge Barón.
The Aragonese chess and education expert, Jorge Barón, continues the theme started in the previous issue of Capakhine, this time looking with a magnifying glass at the studies done so far on chess and mathematics.
Arbitration. The Federated Chess By Enrique Pescador
Our favorite referee explains the advantages of being federated, how this process is usually carried out and some tips and practical information about it.
Chess and Rural Repopulation. Opportunity for women and development. By Carolina Soguero.
Our game can be a wonderful resource in rural environments, as commented in this article by the chess instructor Carolina Soguero, who carries out a wonderful project in rural areas at risk of depopulation.
Chess in art. Chess in advertising. By Pablo Martínez.
Advertising does not stop being a creative and artistic activity that every day and in a thousand ways we have in front of us. And advertising has resorted to chess systematically, as a synonym of correct strategy or as a metaphor for logical thinking.
History of chess Luca Pacioli, a mathematical mathematician of the Renaissance. By José Antonio Garzón.
The research work of author and journalist Garzón is a luxury for the pages of Capakhine. But in recent times we are getting used to living exciting and mysterious stories through their collaborations. And in this case he does it again.