Judit Polgar The Princess of Chess by Tibor Karolyi
The chess world acknowledges that Judit Polgar is unique. She is a woman who competes on equal terms with the world's best men, defeating even the world number one Garry Kasparov. In this book, IM Tibor Karolyi analyses in depth a large selection of Judit's exciting games (89 deeply annotated games) taken from all stages of her career and filled to the brim with neat tactics and attacks on the king.
Yearbook 77 by The NIC Editorial team
Forum(with contributions by Ian Rogers, Dorian Rogozenko, Tibor Karolyi, Geert van der Stricht and many others), Sosonko's corner(in this column, Genna Sosonko takes a look at yet another provocative theme in the opening: the delayed advance of a pawn...), Book Review(non-theory openings are rapidly becoming theory...), 32 NIC Surveys...
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