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Gibraltar Chess: Russian GM Oparin holds Anand
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Gibraltar Chess: Russian GM Oparin holds Anand

IMAGE: Viswanathan Anand. Photograph: FIDE World Chess Championship Former world champion Viswanthan Anand was held to a draw by Russian Grandmaster Grigoriy Oparin in the fourth of the Masters section of Tradewise Gibraltar Chess festival now underway, in Gibraltar, on Saturday. Starting off with a draw and two successive victories, this was Anand's second draw in the tournament that took the Indian ace to three points out of a possible four. An easy draw as black is considered a good result ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Anand Declares Open Season After 23 Years New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

Cuban GM Bruzon still undefeated in Gibraltar Open

HAVANA, Cuba, Jan 29 (acn) Cuban GM Lazaro Bruzon will try today to remain unbeaten at the Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival 2016, where he starts the fourth round ranked 22nd with 2.5 points. Bruzon will face German Florian Handke, who also has ...
 MyInforms1 week ago

Indian wizards taste high-level chess in Qatar

PUNE: A large number of Indian entries, 28 in all, for the Qatar Open chess tournament had one underlining theme: an opportunity to brush shoulders with the best in business. Going by the scores and a lack of big upsets, it was not a huge success ...
 MyInforms1 month ago
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Howell stalls So in Qatar Masters

Provided by The Philippine Star Grandmaster Wesley So split the point with English GM David Howell in 31 moves of a Sicilian to drop to joint second behind Anish Giri of the Netherlands and Li Chao of China after three rounds of the Qatar Masters ...
 MSN Philippines1 month ago
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Even Modest Levels of Nanoparticles Can Hurt Brain Cells

Even moderate concentrations of a nanoparticle used to whiten certain foods, milk, and toothpaste could potentially compromise the brain's most numerous cells, according to a new study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The researchers ...
 A2C21 month ago UNL study: Modest levels of nanoparticle may harm brain cells  Health Canal1 month ago Researchers Show Modest Levels of Nanoparticle May Harm Brain Cells  ALNMag.com1 month ago

Persisting Agony for Anand, Carlsen Bags Another Title

CHENNAI: Magnus Carlsen clinched the London Chess Classic on a dramatic final day in London on Sunday. The Norwegian outwitted French No 1 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 1.5-0.5 in the rapid games title clash following a three-way tie for first place ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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