An Iranian-born grandmaster, by way of Texas, thriving in suburban Maryland — was a highly appropriate winner of the fifth annual Washington International Tournament last week. With a last-round victory over Hungarian GM Denes Boros, GM Elshan ... Washington Times, 1 day ago
At the 44th World Open, the world came to play. The seven players who topped the massive traditional July Fourth open tournament in Philadelphia represented a veritable United Nations of grandmasters, hailing from Hungary, Moldova, Georgia (the ...Washington Times, 1 month ago
Are chess games at the highest level flawless is a question most beginners and enthusiasts would ask and even believe to be, to a large extent. However even masters are prone to nervousness, oversight, miscalculations and many a time the clock also ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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