By Our Chess Correspondent Doha (Qatar), Dec 1 (PTI) Grandmaster and former world junior champion Abhijeet Gupta missed out on his chances but still got an easy draw against fourth seeded Frenchman Maxime Vachier Lagrave in the fifth round of the ... Press Trust of India, 2 weeks ago
Chess: Abhijeet holds Vachier - The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
Grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta holds 4th seed Lagrave in Qatar chess - Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
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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 News, 3 days ago Levon Aronian finishes 4th at Blitz chess tournament A1 Plus News, 4 days ago Chess: Aronian in World Mind Games Armenia Now, 4 days ago Armenia's Aronian to compete in Netherlands and US News.am, 1 month ago
Final Top Standings (everybody in this list is a GM) 1. Yu Yangyi CHN 2705, 7.5/9 2-3. Anish giri NED 2776, Vladimir Kramnik RUS 2760, 7.0/9 4-6. Sanan Sjugirov RUS 2673, Vasif Durarbayli AZE, Zahar Efimenko UKR 2644, 6.5/9 7-24. Salem AR Saleh ...Business World, 1 week ago Kramnik in race to win Qatar Masters Open 2014 in Doha Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago Chess: Kramnik sets date with Qatar Masters Open Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago 1st Qatar Chess Masters Open Qatar is Booming, 1 month ago
DOHA: Grandmaster B Adhiban emerged as the best performing Indian and finished among the prizes after drawing the final-round game with Ding Liren of China in the Qatar Masters International chess tournament that concluded here. Starting with two ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
DOHA (Qatar): Indian Grandmaster B Adhiban held higher-ranked Bu Xiangzhi to a draw while Vladimir Kramnik of Russia put it across Salem Saleh of UAE to emerge as the sole leader in the Qatar Masters international Open Chess tournament on Thursday. ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Adhiban holds Xiangzhi; Kramnik shoots into lead The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago Chess: B Adhiban holds Bu Xiangzhi; Vladimir Kramnik shoots into lead at Qatar Masters IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago Adhiban holds Xiangzhi, Kramnik shoots into lead The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
The Hindu Grandmaster B. Adhiban TOPICS Grandmaster B Adhiban scored his fifth victory on the trot, beating Ukraine's Yuriy Kuzubov, to grab the joint fifth spot after the seventh round of the Qatar Masters International Open Chess tournament in ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Adhiban beats Kuzubov in Qatar Masters International Times of India, 2 weeks ago Adhiban Beats Kuzubov, Kramnik Beats Giri Outlook India, 2 weeks ago
Anirban closes the gap Singapore: Anirban Lahiri closed the gap on Asian Tour Order of Merit leader David Lipsky of the United States after finishing tied second at the King's Cup. Lahiri pocketed $43,250 to trail Lipsky by about $118,256 while ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
Special Arrangement M. Shyam Sundar. File photo TOPICS GM M. Shyam Sundar achieved the best result of his career when he held former world champion Vladimir Kramnik to a draw in the second round of Qatar Masters International Open chess ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Chess: Shyam Sundar holds Vladimir Kramnik The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Shyam Sundar holds Vladimir Kramnik at Qatar Masters chess Jagran Post, 3 weeks ago
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Press Trust of India | November 30, 2014 13:28 PM Doha: P Harikrishna, the highest rated Indian in fray, crashed through the defences of Polish Grandmaster Bartosz Socko while Abhijeet Gupta played out a hard-fought draw with French ...IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago Harikrishna crushes Socko; Gupta held The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Final Standings 1. Dmitry Andreikin RUS 2722, 7.0/11 2-3. Hikaru Nakamura USA 2764, Shakhriyar Mamedyarov AZE 2764, 6.5/11 4-7. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave FRA 2757, Fabiano Caruana ITA 2844, Sergey Karjakin RUS 2767, Baadur Jobava GEO 2767, 6.0/11 ...Business World, 1 month ago
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