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Russian Championship Superfinal

Final Standings 1. Igor Lysyj 2686, 5.5/9 2. Dmitry Jakovenko 2745, 5.0/9 3-7. Peter Svidler 2743, Ian Nepomniachtchi 2714, Denis Khismatullin 2679, Nikita Vitiugov, Alexander Morozevichy 2724, 4.5/9 8-10. Vadim Zvjaginsev 2655, Boris Grachev ... Business World, 1 month ago
Washington Times

DAVID R. SANDS: Basking in the Basque: Format offers unique chess challenges

It's rapidly (no pun intended) becoming one of my favorite events of the year. In addition to bridge, Go, checkers and other tournaments, the annual SportAccord World Mind Games, held earlier this month in Beijing, includes a Basque rapid chess ...
 Washington Times1 month ago
Armenpress

Levon Aronian takes 9th horizontal of Basque Games

YEREVAN, DECEMBER 17, ARMENPRESS. The leader of the Armenian men's chess team Levon Aronian has occupied the 9th place after the 5 rounds of Basque Games in the World Mind Games. As reports Armenpress, Ian Nepomniachtchi tops the ranking list of the ...
 Armenpress1 month ago
A1 Plus News

Aronyan is not a fan of Basque chess

Today Basque system of chess (simultaneous play on two chess boards) has been launched at World Mind Games held in China. The only participant from Armenia, Grandmaster Levon Aronyan scored 3 points after 3 rounds and shares 7-11 places. At ...
 A1 Plus News1 month ago

Chess (#1125)

is due to start this weekend. The Ukrainian Championships and the inaugural Qatar Masters Open have concluded. Qatar may be the strongest open of all time (there was a floor of Elo 2300 for entries) with 92 GMs, 56 of them over 2600 and 14 GMs over ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Rediff.com

Chess (#1124)

The World Championship ended with the exact score the rating difference predicted. Magnus Carlsen retained the title, beating Viswanathan Anand 6.5-4.5 with one game to spare. Carlsen won three games, while Anand won one. Until late into Game 11, ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Carlsen beats Anand, retains World Chess C'ship title  Central Chronicle2 months ago It's all over for Vishy, Carlsen champ  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago Carlsen retains crown  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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Today.Az

Azerbaijani grandmaster wins Tal Sochi tournament

/AzerNews/ By Amina Nazarli The two-day Tal Memorial Blitz tournament came to an end in the Main Media Center in Sochi, Russia on November 14. It was a double round robin tournament. The participants were Vladimir Kramnik, Sergey Karjakin, ...
 Today.Az2 months ago
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