The US Chess Championship and US Women's Chess Championship are underway in St. Louis . On the women's side, 2015 champion Irina Krush is shooting for history and her 8th title, putting her just one behind Gisela Kahn Gresser, a mid-20th-century ... Business Insider Australia, 5 days ago
Dubai: Blitz champion Gawain Jones of England and Boris Savchenko of Russia beat their respective seventh round opponents to catch up with Vladimir Akopian of Armenia and Ivan Sokolov of The Netherlands, respectively, in a four-way tie for the lead ...Gulf News, 1 week ago Four share lead in Dubai Open Khaleej Times, 1 week ago Four share lead at Dubai Open Chess C'ship The Gulf Today, 1 week ago
Final Standings (match points) 1. India, 17/18 2. China, 15/18 3. Kazakhstan, 14/18 4. Iran, 12/18 5. Uzbekistan, 11/18 6-8. Mongolia, Bangladesh, UAE 1, 10/18 9-14. Vietnam, Kyrgyzstan, Iraq, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Oman, 9-18 15-16. Sri ...Business World, 1 week ago
NAGPUR: City's young chess queen Divya Deshmukh added another title to her illustrious career by winning the at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, on Wednesday. Orange City's only Women Fide Master (WFM), however, did it again and in style when the 10-year-old ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Asian Chess: Divya, Raunak advance; Lankan shock for Mrudul Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Theyve won four national championships in a row, their bench could probably beat most rival schools, they have a controversial coach, and there are some real questions about whether they are good for the sport. No, it's not the Connecticut ...Washington Times, 2 weeks ago DAVID R. SANDS: Define chess juggernaut: Webster rolls to 4th straight title Washington Times, 2 weeks ago
A.E. Boy Espejo Jr. GM Sergey Karjakin clawed his way back to share the lead with GM Fabiano Caruana in the FIDE Candidates Chess Tournament after beating GM Sergey Topalov in Round 12 in 35 moves of a Sicilian Najdorf. Caruana's co-leader in ...Panay News, 1 month ago
IMAGE: Viswanathan Anand. Photograph: FIDE World Chess Championship Former world champion Viswanthan Anand was held to a draw by Russian Grandmaster Grigoriy Oparin in the fourth of the Masters section of Tradewise Gibraltar Chess festival now underway, in Gibraltar, on Saturday. Starting off with a draw and two successive victories, this was Anand's second draw in the tournament that took the Indian ace to three points out of a possible four. An easy draw as black is considered a good result ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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