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Peón de Rey 91 digital

Peón de Rey no 91 electronic [marzo-abril 2011]. What. Includes extensive coverage of the 2011 TATA Steel, featuring Nakamura's extraordinary win and an exclusive report from GM Ian Rogers, complete chronicle of the traditional Reggio Emilia tournament, in which Paco Vallejo shared victory with Gashimov, exclusive interview with Garry Kasparov...

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Peón de Rey no 91 colour (March-April 2011) - electronic version in PDF

Table of contents

3- Summary
4- Editorial
5- PDR mailbox
6- Tournament by Tata Steel
20- Opinions by Nakamura
21- The quinnila of Ajedrez21
22- This is how it was played in Wijk aan Zee
26- Tournament of Reggio Emilia
Interview with Garry Kasparov
40- Topalov at the Telephone Foundation
44- Flash
49- Shop A21
54- ChessBase 11 to review
56- Final of the Russian Championship
62- Women's world championship
65- That's how the women's world cup was played
68- Gibraltar Masters
72- Play by play
78- The Alchemist
82- Theoretical developments at Wijk aan Zee
89 - Surprising Openings
94- Coach corner
98- PDR advance 92

Other highlights

Page 6 - Nakamura wins in the Tata Steel
The young American talent, best known for his fondness for speed in ICC, was the surprising - but deserved - winner of a new edition of this exciting tournament held annually in the small Dutch town of Wijk aan Zee. Anand, who finally finished only half a point behind Nakamura, acknowledged that his victory was well deservedHikaru played the best chess here and his choice of openings was especially clever.”

Page 26 - Reggio Emilia
The traditional end-of-year tournament held in the Italian city of Reggio Emilia ended in a tie for first place between Gashimov and Vallejo. The Spanish grandmaster tells us about two of his victories in this contest.

Page 34 - Interview with Garry Kasparov
The opinions of the former world champion are always juicy and this time especially. What you think about Carlsen's recent decisions, Karpov's campaign for the FIDE presidency and the situation of chess in Russia, have no waste. .What.

Page 54 - Cto. women's world
Young Chinese Hou Yifan is the new world champion, which is no surprise. She was already a finalist in the previous edition and now she is confirmed as the player who could come closest to the legendary Judit Polgar... or perhaps surpass her.

They're collaborating on this issue

  • General manager Francisco Vallejo and his team
  • GM Ian Rogers
  • GM Oscar of the Riva
  • GM Javier Moreno and Carnero
  • GM Amador Rodríguez and his team
  • I 'm with you
  • My name is Stefan Loeffler
  • My Angel Martin
  • My name is Michael Rahal
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Year published
2011
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