Peón de Rey 89 digital

November-December 2010. Includes very complete chronicles of the most important events in chess during those months.

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Peón de Rey no 89 (November to December 2010) - colour (electronic version in PDF)

Table of contents

3- Summary
4- Editorial
5- Individual Spanish Championship
12- Illescas: Impressions of the championship
14- History of the Spanish Championship
16- Olympics in Khanty Mansiysk
33- That's how it was played at the Olympics
36- Women's Olympics
38- Arctic Security tournament
42- Flash
49- Shop A21
54- Cto. spain by teams
57- How not to make a Spanish Championship
58- The meeting of the controversy
62- Grand Slam: Shanghai
68- Final of the Grand Slam: Bilbao
75- Theoretical innovations in the Olympics
In memory of Bent Larsen
85- Open classroom
92- PDR Junior- Def. India of the King
94- Coach corner
97- Tournament schedule
98- PDR advance 90

Other highlights

Page 5 - M. Illescas, Spanish champion for the eighth time
With his victory in the recent Individual Spanish Championship, Miguel Illescas set a record of wins in this competition, surpassing the historical figures of Arturo Pomar and Antonio Medina, who achieved seven national torches. Miguel himself tells us his impressions of this competition, which he attended without much preparation.

Page 16 - Olympics in Khanty Mansiysk
Extensive coverage of the most crowded chess event held every two years, with the presence of the best players in the world. Victory from Ukraine, ahead of Russia, with a good performance from Spain. In the women's Russia won without a fight.

Page 62 - Grand Slam: Shanghai and Bilbao
The final phase of this competition included a preview in the Chinese city, where Shirov had a great performance. But in the final in Bilbao, it was Kramnik who prevailed, ahead of Anand and a blurred Carlsen, who started the tournament with two defeats.

Page 54 - In memory of Bent Larsen
One of the most original chess players and fighters of all time, the Danish Bent Larsen, died in Buenos Aires at the age of 75. In the late 1960s, he became the most serious contender for the world title by winning numerous tournaments.

They're collaborating on this issue

  • GM Miguel Illescas
  • GM Ian Rogers
  • GM Oscar of the Riva
  • GM Javier Moreno and Carnero
  • GM Amador Rodríguez and his team
  • My Angel Martin
  • My name is Michael Rahal
  • This is Angel Jiménez Arteaga
  • It 's Pere Reginaldo
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