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Chess Life PDF Viewer
By Daniel Lucas   
View the March 2011 issue of Chess Life on-line by clicking inside.




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The Grandmaster Who Did It His Way
By Larry Parr   
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“He [GM Evans] wanted me to phone the USCF office to explain why his column would not be appearing for a couple of months.”
—Larry Evans’ request while in the Washoe Hospital Intensive Care Unit to long-time friend Ronald Gross.

“I am about to—or I am going to—die: either expression is correct.”
—Dominique Bouhours, French grammarian on his deathbed (Paris, 1702)


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Involuntary Retirement
By IM Jack Peters   
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The rise of the Internet has hit the newspaper business the hardest of all the traditional print journalism industries. A chess columnist for a major metropolitan newspaper tells his story.



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The McDonnell - La Bourdonnais Match
By Neil Brennen   
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Morphy and His Rivals on Their Great Predecessors


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Fighting Chess In London Town
By IM Greg Shahade   
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An innovative format produces exciting, aggressive chess at the 2010 London Chess Classic with two-time U.S. Champion Hikaru Nakamura firmly in the mix.


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A Chess Stimulus Package
By Tom Beckman   
At the 37th Eastern Open in Washington, D.C., GM Alex Lenderman finds himself on top once again. The organizer gives advice on running a large regional event, with the attendant pitfalls and successes.



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Looks at Books: Larry Evans, Full Circle
By Al Lawrence   
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Vienna 1922

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