Norway's defending champion Magnus Carlsen will battle Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin -- the winner of the candidates tournament -- in November's New York showpiece. Ilya Merenzon, chief executive of rights holders World Chess by Agon Ltd, says ... Business World, 1 week ago
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A slip at the last hurdle saw both the Indian Men and Women teams missing their slenderest chances of a podium finish, in the eleventh and final round of the Chess Olympiad. The post Chess Olympiad: Harikrishna holds Magnus Carlsen as India finish in a ...First Post.com, 1 week ago
Chess Piece -- Bobby Ang: Final Standings (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw) 1. Magnus Carlsen NOR 2855, 17.0/30 2. Hikaru Nakamura USA 2787, 12.0/30 3-4. Wei Yi CHN 2696, Wesley So USA 2770, 11.0/30 5. Sergey Karjakin RUS 2773, 9.0/30 ...Business World, 1 month ago Chess (#1211) Business Standard, 1 month ago Carlsen Wins Bilbao Chess Masters Huffington Post, 2 months ago Chess (#1209) Business Standard, 2 months ago
September 9th, 2016 02:53 AM RESURGENT Philippines tests its mettle against Magnus Carlsen and his powerhouse Norway squad in the sixth round of the 42nd Chess Olympiad in Baku, Azerbaijan, on Thursday. Grandmaster Julio Catalino Sadorra tangles ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2 weeks ago
Levon Aronyan ranks 5th FIDE published August 2016 FIDE Rating List. World Champion Magnus Carlsen (2857) is leading...
FIDE published August 2016 FIDE Rating List. World Champion Magnus Carlsen (2857) is leading the list of the world strongest 100 chess players. Our compatriot Levon Aronian (2792) is the 5th, Vladimir Akopian (2675), Gabriel Sargissian (2670) and ...Panorama.am, 1 month ago Bilbao Spectator Australia, 2 months ago Armenian team improves its positions on FIDE Rating List Panorama.am, 3 weeks ago
It may not be 100 percent politically correct these days, but one of my old chess books talked about certain players having "hung an Indian sign on" — established an overwhelming dominance over — a rival. Morphy, in his short career, often ...Washington Times, 2 months ago
India ended their World Chess Olympiad campaign in the open section drawing their 11th round match against Norway at Baku, Azerbaijan, on Tuesday. The team would not figure in the medal list as a result. The honours list would be shared by the USA, ...The Sports Campus, 1 week ago Chess Olympiad: Indian teams miss medals by a whisker Times of India, 1 week ago India Places 4th in Chess Olympiad Open Category India-West, 1 week ago Chess Olympiad: Gold for US, India 4th in open and 5th in women section ProKerala.com, 1 week ago
INO Sadorra, the Philippines top player now based in the US, drew with world champion Magnus Carlsen as the Philippines held their higher-rated foe to a 2-2 draw in the sixth round of the 42nd Chess Olympiad in Baku. Sadorra grabbed the ...Thestandard.com.ph, 2 weeks ago PH faces Norway in Chess Olympiad Thestandard.com.ph, 2 weeks ago Philippines tackles Norway in chess Philippines Daily Tribune, 2 weeks ago Pinay chessers triumph Manila Bulletin, 2 weeks ago
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Grandmaster Julio Catalino Sadorra blew his winning chances against reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen but consoled himself with a draw as the Philippines escaped with a 2-2 standoff with 12th seed Norway to remain in contention after six rounds ...Philippines Daily Tribune, 2 weeks ago Filipinos draw Norway Business Mirror, 2 weeks ago PH chessers salvage 2-2 draw vs Norway Manila Bulletin, 2 weeks ago
The Norwegian Intl. Film Festival handed out its prizes Aug. 25, with Norwegian director Benjamin Ree's documentary "Magnus" nabbing the Ray of Sunshine prize from the the Norwegian Exhibitors Assn. A hit at several international festivals, "Magnus" ...Variety, 1 month ago Strong Slate of Norwegian Films Fuels Festival's Selection Variety, 1 month ago
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