Are you looking for some reading material on your way to becoming a Grandmaster? In this post, we go over the best Chess magazines on the market to check out. These magazine are in stores and also online.
American Chess Magazine
If you think America has some Chess talent, this magazine is for you. American Chess Magazine is for you. This magazine is all about taking Chess as seriously, if not more seriously, than seemingly more mainstream sports and game like Golf or Football. And if you know anything about Chess, you know that the level is skill, practice, and dedication it takes to become even subpar at the game of Chess.
This is where ACM comes in. They say there’s no reason why a Chess magazine can’t be just as good as a mainstream Golf magazine, and they’re right. Check them out, you won’t regret it.
For more information American Chess Magazine, you can visit their homepage.
Wake up, eat, play Chess, sleep. That basically sums up the Chess life. If that appeals to you, this magazine will make take you into the lives of the best Chess players on the planet. Founded all the way back in 1946 by the United States Chess Federation, Chess Life is all about the lives of the best Chess players on the planet.
What do they do on a day to day basis? How do they practice? Chess Life talks about these topics and so much more.
For more information Chess Life magazine, you can visit their homepage.
New In Chess
Do you like to read interviews of the top Chess players? New in Chess does a great job at going in depth on Chess players and topics. New in Chess focuses on publishing helpful training manuals, opening theory, chess history and even chess entertainment.
Does that leave anything out of the game of Chess? If you take your Chess seriously, New In Chess will be a nice addition to your reading.
For more information New In Chess magazine, you can visit their homepage.
Chess Review (Out of Print)
If you’re interested in one of the oldest Chess magazines ever, Chess Review isn’t in print anymore, however there are still physical copies of this magazine that you can get your hands on. Chess Review dates all the way back to 1933 when it started and was published until 1969.
For more details, you can go to the Chess Review archive.
Note: If you’re located in the UK, you can check out the British Chess Magazine.
I hope this list of the best Chess magazines helped you and peaked your interest in checking out one (or all) of them out.