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Best Combinations - April 2014 Roman Jiganchine

Best Combinations - April 2014

Roman Jiganchine

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This publication is a collection of over 50 best combinations played by strong chess players in tournaments that took place in April 2014. To see the solution for the combination - go to the next page in your e-reader. The book is the fourth in theMoreThis publication is a collection of over 50 best combinations played by strong chess players in tournaments that took place in April 2014. To see the solution for the combination - go to the next page in your e-reader. The book is the fourth in the Monthly Chess Tactics series, which aims to provide regular updates with instructive tactical positions from most recent games. The first three installments covered January to March of 2014.The format is similar to Practical Tactics series, with titles such as:Counterattack with Alexander Morozevich, Play Like a Grandmaster - Tactics from Chess World Cup 2013, World Championship Preview - Combinations by Anand and Carlsen, Attack with Alexander Morozevich - Selected Games and Best Combinations, Play Like a Grandmaster - Best Tactics of 2013.The highlight of April 2014 was the Vugar Gashimov Memorial held in Shamkir, Azerbaijan. It was won by the World Champion Magnus Carlsen, who despite losing two games, scored 6.5/10. Caruana was second with 5.5 points.The other major tournaments this month were the Womens Rapid and Blitz World Championships held in Khanty-Mansiysk, which were won by Kateryna Lagno and Anna Muzychuk respectively. Earlier that month Khanty-Mansiysk also hosted the Womens FIDE Grand Prix tournament, won by Hou Yifan, so April was truly a month of Womens chess in that city.