When Magnus Carlsen, the reigning World Champion from Norway, and Sergey Karjakin, his Russian challenger, face off in the title match this November in New York City, it will be the dawn of a new era in chess. It will be the first time that none ... Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Final Standings 1. Magnus Carlsen NOR 2851, 6.0/9 2. Levon Aronian ARM 2784, 5.5/9 3-5. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave FRA 2788, Veselin Topalov BUL 2754, Vladimir Kramnik RUS 2801, 5.0/9 6-7. Li Chao CHN 2755, Penteala Harikrishna IND 2763, 4.5/9 8.Business World, 1 month ago Carlsen reigns in Norway Classic MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
CHENNAI: Pentala Harikrishna showed he can compete with the world's elite, finishing joint sixth with Li Chao in the Norway Chess tournament in Stavanger (Norway). The India No 2 had a 50 per cent score (4.5/9) that included victories over World No ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
CHENNAI: Viswanathan Anand used to be a regular in super tournaments. India have one more player now, who can compete with the world's top players in closed tournaments. Pentala Harikrishna has been quietly and steadily making progress in the last ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago
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