For tournament chess players, the chess clock is almost as iconic as the pieces themselves. And while digital clocks have become the clock of choice for most players, there is just something comforting about a good, old fashioned, analog clock and the excitement of seeing the little red flag rise (and fall). This edition's cover story, by Keith Ammann, begins on page 32 and looks at the numbered days of the analog clock.Read this article, and much more, in the April 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.Don't forget to check out our Analog Chess Clocks!
Chess Life Magazine - April 2012 Issue
Iceland has a fascination with elves. Roads have even been diverted so as not to disturb elf habitat. Yet once a year the chess world arrives in Reykjavik, including a dozen Americans this year, to face the cold, hard, reality of the 64 squares.Read about this year's Reykjavik Chess Festival, and much more, in the May 2012 issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - May 2012 Issue
I.S. 318, a junior high school in Brooklyn, New York, has won the National High School team championship. This could be one of the most remarkable achievements ever in scholastic team chess.Read this story beginning on page 18 of this July issue of Chess Life Magazine.
Chess Life Magazine - July 2012 Issue
The U.S. Championship is our premiere event each year and our coverage this month reflects this. Beginning on page 16, we have 12 pages of games, photos, and analysis featuring our champions Hikaru Nakamura and Irina Krush.Read this story and much more in the August issue of Chess Life Magazine.
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