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Indian men held by Turkey; Women bow to Russia

Krishnan Sasikiran proved to be the saviour as Indian men were held 2-2 by Turkey while the Indian eves suffered a 1-3 loss against Russia in the sixth round of World teams' chess championships here. While the Indians dominated the proceedings for the major ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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World Team Chess Championship 2017: Indian men crush Olympiad champion United States

Grandmaster B Adhiban showed the way with black pieces and outwitted Varuzhan Akobian while Krishnan Sasikiran showed his golden form in crushing Ray Robson right from the opening. The post World Team Chess Championship 2017: Indian men crush Olympiad ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Indian men, women finish fourth in World Team Chess Championships  Rediff.com1 month ago Indian men beat Ukraine, women hold China  Business Standard1 month ago Indian men crush USA 3.5-0.5 in World Chess teams Championship  Business Standard2 months ago
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Sasikiran wins Capablanca memorial chess

IMAGE: Krishnan Sasikiran. Photograph: Twitter. Indian Grandmaster Krishnan Sasikiran earned 6.5 points from 10 rounds to became the first Indian to win the 52nd Capablanca Memorial Chess tournament at Varadero, Cuba. Sasikiran played out a quick draw against Isan Reynaldo Ortiz Suarez of Cuba in the 10th and final round to win the title with 6.5 points ahead of top seed Vasily Ivanchuk of Ukraine, who secured 5.5 points. The Indian drew both his games against Ivanchuk (Elo rating 2738) and ...
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Vishy Anand on Kasparov's surprise return to chess...

'It will be interesting. I am sure that he has not decided to come back all of a sudden. He is not the person to take impulsive decisions.' IMAGE: Viswanathan Anand. Photograph courtesy: Leuven Grand Chess Tour 2017 'Retirement' and 'stopping' are two words Viswanathan Anand hears quite often these days. But despite 2017 not quite turning out to be his year so far, the chess wizard has not given any thought to quitting the sport.The 47-year-old former World champion is taking some time off ...
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