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World Blitz Championship

Final Top Standings (in tie break order) 1-2. Sergey Karjakin RUS 2800, Magnus Carlsen NOR 2873, 16.5/21 3-5. Daniil Dubov RUS 2724, Hikaru Nakamura USA 2842, Alexander Grischuk RUS 2761, 14.5/21 6. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave FRA 2823, 14.0/21 ... Business World, 1 week ago
Satisfied Karjakin claims Blitz world title Gulf Times, 2 weeks ago

Muzychuk completes brilliant double

Anna Muzychuk of Ukraine completed a brilliant double last night in Doha, adding the blitz title to the rapid crown she won on Wednesday at the World Open Rapid and Blitz Chess Championship. Russia's Sergey Karjakin pipped world champion Magnus ...
 Gulf Daily News2 weeks ago
Norway's News in English

Carlsen furious after new loss

Norway's chess ace Magnus Carlsen was an angry young man on Friday afternoon, after losing his chance to win back the championship title in blitz chess in Qatar. He's still the World Chess Champion, but he also lost his stab at hanging on to ...
 Norway's News in English2 weeks ago

World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships: Surya Shekhar Ganguly lets Magnus Carlsen off the hook

The World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships 2016 kicked off in Doha, Qatar on 26 December and will go till the 30th. Three days and 15 games will be dedicated to rapid, where the time control is 15 minutes + 10 seconds increment per move. Two days ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
Gulf Times

Ivanchuk, Muzychuk lead after second day

Emerging equities, currencies down after 2 days of gains UK and France fall silent to commemorate Armistice Day Qatar's Abdulla hangs on to slim T2 lead in Morocco Vassily Ivanchuk of Ukraine mulls his next move on second day of the Fide World ...
 Gulf Times3 weeks ago

London Chess Classic: Can Vishwanathan Anand do better than he has in the tournament?

Exactly a year ago when Vishwanathan Anand was playing in the London Chess Classic 2015, his hometown Chennai was affected by torrential rains and floods. In a magnanimous gesture, Vishy opened his doors for the homeless and this was reported by us.
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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