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Plans for 2022 - Book review with Ben Johnson - The Say Chess Newsletter

Martin B. Justesen
Martin B. Justesen
I hope you have entered 2022 safely! Before New Year’s Eve, I joined Ben Johnson for his book recap show. We talked about Lipnitsky’s classic “Questions of Modern Chess Theory”. A book I had wanted for a long time to finish but I never pushed through. However, with a firm deadline, I succeeded! Maybe chess-bookclubs is not a bad idea?

Ben Johnson
Perpetual never sleeps! Just wrapped the next book recap pod with @saychess1. Coming out over the weekend. Can anyone guess which book we covered?
The episode is out now, and you can find it on Spotify or other podcast platforms as well.
In other chess book news
I have finished the paperback version of ‘Blindfold Opening Visualization’, so now I just need to have checked the proof copy before I hit the publishing button! If you have started on the digital version, please remember to leave a review on Amazon. This will help me a lot.
The next chess book project I’m working on is a tactic series for intermediate players (~1400 Fide rating). I hope to share more on that project in my next newsletter..
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