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New In Chess magazine gives away 50.000 FREE digital copies

icon_red_iPadNew In Chess, the world’s premier chess magazine, is now available as a digital, interactive edition. The publisher will give away 50.000 free copies of issue 2013#8.

In the first digital chess magazine with a gameviewer the reader can play through all games that are annotated by top GM’s. New In Chess has regular contributions by Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian, Vladimir Kramnik, Peter Svidler, Nigel Short, Anish Giri, Jan Timman and many more. “I am delighted that you can replay all games without the need of a chess set”, says editor-in-chief Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam. “This digital edition travels well. It is great that our readers can now choose between a paper and a digital edition. Or enjoy both!”

This free digital issue, with a value of 11,99 euro, is now available as an app for iPad. The apps for Kindle Fire and Android tablets will be available soon. To download the app and the free issue, please click here

Issue 2013#8 has a special report on the World Championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Vishy Anand. Top-GM Anish Giri analyses the crucial games of the match. Vishy Anand explains why he lost and Russian GM Sergey Shipov points out why Carlsen won.

Issue 2013#8 has articles on:

  • Perfect Ten: Eight days before his 23rd birthday, Magnus Carlsen won ‘the last big title’ that was still lacking. In Chennai, Vishy Anand’s home-town, the Norwegian only needed ten games to prove that he is not only the world’s number one, but that he also deserves to be the World Champion.
  • Interview: Vishy Anand. Dejected and self-critical, the dethroned champion draws his conclusions and acknowledges that he lost to a superior challenger.
  • Résumé: Sergey Shipov presents his take on the match in Chennai.
  • Svidler and Gunina: The Russian championships were held in Nizhny Novgorod. In a museum, of course. Peter Svidler won for the seventh(!) time, Valentina Gunina repeated her success of 2011.
  • Indonesia: If you didn’t know already, our columnist Nigel Short loves to travel.
  • Maximatism: Eight months in prison made Maxim Dlugy rethink his priorities. One of the results was the development of an art movement.
  • Colossal Success: David Navara relates how fifth seed Novy Bor snatched the European Club Cup that seemed an easy prey for juggernaut SOCAR.
  • The Bright Side of 2800: Jan Timman on the wins of Fabiano Caruana and Levon Aronian in Bucharest and Bilbao.
  • Sadler on Books: Matthew Sadler discovered what a huge struggle the 1963 Botvinnik-Petrosian World Championship match was.
  • Just Checking: What was the best piece of advice Tania Sachdev ever got?

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