Peón de Rey nº 129
In this issue we have embroidered it: you can hardly find a chess magazine with more variety and quality of content, ideal to enjoy with the calm that the summer season requires.
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The new Peón de Rey nº 129 (July-Aug 2017) is already on sale in the main kiosks and in the homes of our subscribers. And we have to say that in this issue we have embroidered it: you can hardly find a chess magazine with more variety and quality of content, ideal to enjoy with the calm that the summer season requires.
Look how many different contents!
For those who look for the big firms.
Garry Kaspárov comments with his unique style one of the most famous classic games of the first half of the 20th century: the duel between Botvínnik and Alekhine, in AVRO 1938.
For lovers of great literary reports
The illustrious journalist and writer Antonio Gude takes us into the mysteries surrounding the death of Alexander Alekhine, with its lights and shadows.
For those who enjoy the experiences of the "great"
GM Miguel Illescas makes a heartfelt tribute to the figure of Miguel Najdorf, with whom he shared memorable moments. This wonderful article is complemented by anecdotes, one of his best commented games and the review of the new book "The first life of Miguel Najdorf" by Gabriel Siegel.
For those who want to be well informed
GM Ian Rogers brings us the exclusive interview he had with Aronian, brilliant winner of the Norway Chess. For his part, GM José González comments on this tournament and analyzes in depth the profile of Mamedyarov, who won in Shamkir the Gashimov Memorial. José González is also the protagonist of the interview conducted by Jorge I. Aguadero, with his original and unmistakable pen.
And if what you are looking for are practical and training sections ...
One of our greatest experts in finals, GM Jesus de la Villa, brings us a precious subject: the sacrifice of the horse in the end. For his part, the outstanding coach Michael Rahal, continues his series of pawn structures; this time with the delayed pawns. It also highlights the theme of the openings, with the series on the Sicilian Defense, by the hand of the prestigious theorist, GM Óscar de la Riva. And finally, the traditional Tactical Test, by GM Miguel Illescas.
And that's not all…
The physicist and MF Manuel López Michelone explains the pattern language in chess, and how machines could be programmed to play like human beings.
The renowned pedagogue Esteban Jaureguizar continues to share his educational experiences in his series on School Chess.
And the great "Wadalupe" brings his art to the cover of PDR-129 and includes six vignettes inside his series "Champions without crowns.
- Peón de Rey
- Illescas, Miguel
- 19 cm x 29,7 cm
- May-July 2017
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