onal open chess tournament here today. Playing the white side of a Ruy Lopez, Kathmale punished Estonian-turned American Ehlvest for entering unwarranted complications out of an equal position once the queens got traded. The Indian was precise in his ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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:00:00 A A- A+ Mollah Abdullah Al-Rakib beat IM Kathmale Sameer of India and shared the third position along with other 21 players after the 4th round games in the LIC 2nd International Grandmasters Chess Tournament now being held in Kolkata, ...Financial Express Bangladesh, 1 month ago
DUBAI: International Master Sayantan Das finished on a high defeating Daniele Vocaturo of Italy in the ninth and final round and earned the distinction of being the best placed Indian in the Dubai International Open chess tournament. Despite his ...Times of India, 1 week ago Bad day in office for Indian chess players in Dubai Times of India, 1 week ago Chess: Sayantan Das beats Mihajlo Stojanovic in Dubai International Open IBNLive India News, 1 week ago Sayantan Das beats Stojanovic; in sight of GM norm Times of India, 1 week ago
Dubai: International Master K Rathnakaran continued with his fine form as he defeated Grandmaster Alexander Kovchan of Ukraine to jump to joint ninth spot after the end of the sixth round of Dubai International Open chess tournament here on Sunday.ZeeNews.com, 2 weeks ago
DUBAI: Indian GM Abhijeet Gupta missed out on a chance to clinch a win as he had to settled for a draw with Iran GM Idani Pouya in the third round of Dubai International Open Chess Tournament on Thursday. Playing with white pieces, GM Gupta ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
DUBAI: Indian Grandmasters Abhijeet Gupta and Sahaj Grover scored facile victories against Vahe Baghdasaryan of Armenia and Zeinab Mamedjarova of Azerbaijan respectively in the second round of Dubai International open chess tournament here on ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Indians off to a good start in Dubai Chess Times of India, 2 weeks ago
The lesser-ranked Indians continued to rattle the hierarchy as the second day of the LIC international Grandmasters chess tournament here on Tuesday witnessed some more upsets. Abhishek Kelkar downed GM Abdulla Al-Rakib of Bangladesh to spring the ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
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