Russian Grandmaster Sergey Karjakin showed the best qualities of a fighter and athlete when he played against Norway's Magnus Carlsen for the title of the World chess champion, Russian Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov has asserted.Reigning World Chess Champion ... Prokerala, 2 months ago
Russian deputy PM lauds Karjakin for World Chess performance - Business Standard, 2 months ago
1 Dec 2016 Magnus Carlsen of Norway has won the World Chess Championship for the third consecutive time after defeating challenger Sergey Karjakin of Russia.Carlsen sealed victory following three weeks of play and a series of tiebreakers in New York.News on Air, 2 months ago Carlsen beats Karjakin to retains world chess title Prokerala, 2 months ago Carlsen beats Karjakin to retain world chess title Business Standard, 2 months ago
India's Grandmaster Pentala Harikrishna rose to the second position after three rounds in the Tata Steel Chess tournament here. He shares the second spot with four other players, including World No. 1 Magnus Carlsen of Norway, each sitting pretty on two ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Harikrishna begins campaign with hard-fought draw Business Standard, 1 month ago Harikrishna rises to joint second in Tata Steel Chess Prokerala, 1 month ago
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand survived a scare before eventually holding his position together to escape with a draw against Dutch Grandmaster Anish Giri in the sixth round of London Chess Classic in London on Friday. Trying to invade early into Giri's position, Anand found that the former was adequately prepared and while it was an extremely wild game the chances were only for Giri in complexities. Wesley So of United States cemented his position at the top of the table by handing ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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