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World Junior Chess Championship: Grover, Gujrathi settle for a draw
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Grover, Vidit draw

Indian Grandmasters Sahaj Grover and Vidit Gujrathi played out an exciting draw as five players shared the joint lead at the end of the third round of the ongoing World Junior Chess Championship, in Pune on Wednesday. It was a head-on match between two Indian ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago
Grover and Gujrathi settle for an exciting draw Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
Sahaj and Vidit settle for an exciting draw The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
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World Jr Chess: Narayanan holds super GM Kampen to a draw

Sahaj Grover (left) and Santosh Gujrathi. Lesser-known Indian players continued to impress, while the fancied struggled to score, even as overseas Grandmasters took charge in the third round of the World Junior Chess Championships, being played at Hotel Hyatt, in Pune, on Wednesday. S L Narayanan was one of the early finishers, holding second seed and super GM Robin Van Kampen (2641) to a draw, while 10-year-old Nihal Sarin’s impressive display again won him many admirers after he held ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago ​NARAYANAN HOLDS SECOND SEED TO DRAW  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago
NDTV

Chess will soon become most popular sport after cricket: Sahaj

en, young Grandmaster Sahaj Grover is gearing up for the junior world championship in Pune and said that chess will soon become the most popular sport of the country after cricket. "I have a strong feeling that chess will become the most popular ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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Sahaj Grover ties for first in Durban open

Durban, Sep 30 (PTI) Young Indian Grandmaster Sahaj Grover came up with his best performance in a year, ending on the spot top in the Durban International Open Chess Tournament that concluded here at the International Convention Centre. It was a ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago Young Sahaj Grover Ties for First in Durban Open  Outlook1 month ago Grandmaster Sahaj Grover ties for first in Durban Open  The Hindu1 month ago

LIC World junior chess: Grover holds Gujrathi; Ivana draws with Padmini

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Leading Indian challengers failed to play to their potential and dropped a rung from the leaders group after three rounds of the LIC World junior chess championship here on Wednesday. In the Open ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Padmini, Narayanan lose  The Hindu1 month ago
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World Chess: Anand, Carlsen settle for quick draw in Round 8

Viswanathan Anand in action against Magnus Carlsen in Round 8. Photograph courtesy: FIDE World Chess Championship match The result, which came after 41 moves, left the Norwegian still leading 4.5-3.5 with four rounds to go. After the marathon game in Round 7 that lasted six hours, five-time World champion Viswanathan Anand and defending champions Magnus Carlsen played out a quick draw in the eighth round of the World Chess Championship, now underway in Sochi, on Tuesday. Challenger ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Viswanathan Draws With Carlsen, Stays a Point Behind  Outlook India1 week ago World Chess Championship: Anand draws with Carlsen, stays a point behind  India TV1 week ago Anand draws with Carlsen, stays a point behind  Jagran Post1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Narayanan loses but stays in hunt of Grandmaster norm

PUNE: International Master SL Narayanan went down fighting against third seed Wei Yi of China but remained in the hunt for his Grandmaster norm after the end of the eighth round of World Junior Chess Championship on Tuesday. The Indian challenge in ...
 Times of India1 month ago Narayanan Only a Draw Away From GM Norm  Outlook India1 month ago Narayanan close to GM norm in World Junior Chess  Business Standard India1 month ago S L Narayanan close to Grandmaster norm in World Junior Chess  Economic Times1 month ago
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Bangalore Mirror

Narayanan has all to play for in second half

By:RS Raghavan National Junior champion Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan has been the pick of Indian players in the Open section of the World Junior Chess Championship in Pune. Going into the rest day on Monday, Narayanan occupies joint second spot along ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Narayanan beats Kovalev, to maintain joint lead  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Narayanan beats Kovalev to stay in joint lead  Business Standard India1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

All to play for

RS Raghavan Unbeaten at the halfway stage, SL Narayanan and Padmini Rout would be expected to lead the Indian challenge in the second half of the World Junior Chess. National Junior champion Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan has been the pick of Indian ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Indian Express

Harika best woman in Isle of Man; Gupta finishes 12th

Abhijeet Gupta drew with Holland's Jorden Van Foreest. (file) Grandmaster and former world junior champion D Harika was adjudged the best woman player after she settled for a draw with Alon Mindlin of Israel in the ninth and final round of Poker ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Will it be V for Vidit?  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago Vidit Looks to Join Elite List as All Eyes on Junior Worlds  New Indian Express1 month ago Vidit Gujrathi India's best bet in World Junior Championship  Business Standard India1 month ago
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