May Issue of BCN!
SPRAGGETT ON CHESS
BUDAPEST’S POPULAR ENGLISH-LANGUAGE CHESS MAGAZINE!
Author, teacher and chess master, Michael Yip has resided in Budapest since 2009. Intimately knowledgeable of Budapest’s chess community, for the last couple of years Michael has brought to the reader the latest chess news and developments from one of Europe’s most active cultural centres. Tournament results, opening ideas, annotated games, endings and much more!
PLUS, a new addition to Michael’s magazine there has been a large section on Canadian chess news and developments!This has enabled my Canadian readers to follow what has been happening all across Canada.
Michael Yip has become the world’s number one ONLINE source for Canadian chess information !
You can download the MAY issue of BCN right HERE or just go to the sidebar on the right for all of the previous issues! This month’s download includes more than 120 fully annotated games in CBV format. Lots of international news, especially since the Hungarian players have been very active: Bangkok, Germany, Austrália and more! PLUS more on the very strong Budapest Team Championship as well as other Hungarian tournaments.
YIP’S TOP CHESS BLOGS:
Canada’s NUMBER ONE source for Canadian Chess news, games and other information! Started several months ago as an off-shoot of the popular BCN, Yip has revolutionized the way the average Canadian amateur finds out what is happening in Canada! Updated daily!
As a short aside, since Yip has started to cover Canadian Chess tournaments and players, the CFC has been scrambling to try to catch up! The CFC website has just created a dedicated newsfeed, but so far the editor behind this initiative has stumbled, messed-up and , at times, failed miserably to deliver the right content for the CFC’s members! WHY? Because they can not match Yip’s passion for chess and writing!
For opening theory buffs! Updated daily, Yip presents the latest theoretical developments starting with 1.e4 from the world’s top tournaments. Plus plenty of opening secrets explained just for you!
The same genre as above, but devoted exclusively to 1.d4. Want to know the latest ideas in the Grunfeld? The Slav? The Benko? Plus much, much more! Then this blog is for you! Updated daily.
This daily blog includes not just the latest theoretical developments in the English Opening and the Reti Opening, but also brings together the latest in Scholastic Chess, Junior Chess, Computer Chess, Correspondence Chess and Women’s Chess!