Former world champion Viswanathan Anand continued with his winning ways and scored a second victory against Luke McShane of England to secure a commanding lead in the preliminary round of the London Chess Classic at the Olympia in London. On what turned out to be another fine day, Anand came up with some brilliant planning to score two back-to-back victories after earlier crushing Andrei Istratescu of France in the third round game, sealing his place in the knockout stage of the Classic this ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Anand starts off in style - Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Anand in joint lead - The Telegraph, 1 week ago
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Championship round-up: Another win for Alloa ensures Paul Hartley continues to be linked with Inverness job
PAUL HARTLEY marks his 100th game as Alloa boss in style, Hamilton complete a stunning comeback and Queens pile more misery on struggling Morton during a thrilling Saturday of Championship action. Alloa Athletic 1 Raith Rovers 0 PAUL HARTLEY last ...Daily Record, 1 month ago
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