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How Good Is Your Hacking?

  Test Your Benko Refutations with Chris Ward Once upon a time there was an opening of great repute advocated by such English favourites as Hodgson, Hebden and Plaskett. Then along came a little-known Soviet player with the tactical flair of Adams, the optimism of…

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The Birmingham Blues

Stuart Conquest By my watch it is now some seven months since Tony Miles died. I was playing with the England team in Leon when the news came through. I remember coming down to breakfast that morning, picking out the usual assorted items from the…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 41

‘excellent production quality and content . . .  the only chess magazine worth buying besides NIC‘ M.K. Lee, Kuala Lumpur UK: £6.00  Europe: £7.00  USA & RoW: £8.00      Kibitzing with the Poisoned Pawn Carlsen, Kirsan, Gaddafi and a new anagram for Nosher Hack…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 40

UK: £6.00  Europe: £7.00  RoW: £8.00  ‘Publication of the British magazine Kingpin is always an eagerly-awaited event. Issue 40 has just appeared and  contains not only levity but also some deadly serious investigative journalism. Not to be missed.’ – Chess Notes Read a review of…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 39

  OUT OF STOCK     Kibitzing with the Poisoned Pawn Chemical warfare and the carnally desirable opponent disturb our caustic commentator Gary Lane’s Agony Column More sound advice from the savvy IM Northern Man at the ECF Martin Regan on his campaign to revive…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 38

  UK: £5.00 Europe: £6.00 RoW: £7.00   The End of Mankind’s Humiliation? Morgan Daniels takes a ringside seat at the Adams v Hydra match Grandmaster’s Diary Tony Kosten gets tanked up Gary Lane’s Agony Column More sound advice from the savvy IM Painful Editing…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 37

  UK: £5.00  Europe: £6.00  RoW: £7.00    Kibitzing The Poisoned Pawn skewers Nosher, noise and the rampant xenophobia of British chess Gary Lane’s Agony Column More sound advice from the savvy IM Vladimir Kramnik Stefan Goader asks the world champion why he is so…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 36

UK: £5.00  Europe: £6.00  RoW: £7.00  Kibitzing with the Poisoned Pawn The Poisoned Pawn skewers Kasparov, Keene and Nasty Nigel Gary Lane’s Agony Column Do the Drugs Work? We asked Renzo Verwer to find out if artificial stimulants really do improve your performance at the…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 35

UK: £5.00  Europe: £6.00  RoW: £7.00    Kibitzing with the Poisoned Pawn Gary Lane’s Agony Column Tony Kosten’s Diary Bring Back the Guillotine, or Heads Will Roll Chris Depasquale on chess and sex Memoirs of a Mediocre Chess Player Searching for Bobby Fischer, Part 729…

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Kingpin Chess Magazine, Issue 34

  UK: £5.00  Europe: £6.00  RoW: £7.00    The Kingpin Questionnaire Alexander Morozevich A Clash of Opposites Taylor Kingston on Carlos Torre and Norman Whitaker Gary Lane’s Agony Column The Aussie sage has all the answers The Real World Champion Justin Horton on who has…

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