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  • Sparkassen Chess Meeting: Dominguez conquers Dortmund

    Chess News Jul 22, 2019 | 10:05 P

    Leinier Dominguez Perez won the Grandmaster Tournament at the Sparkassen Chess-Meeting in Dortmund. In the last round, a draw against Radoslaw Wojtaszek gave him the top spot on 4½/ 7. Ian Nepomniachtchi came in second, thanks to his tiebreak score in the four-player chasing group (all on 4/7). Germans Daniel Fridman and Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu ended up with 2½/7 at the bottom of the standings table. | Photo: Georgios Souleidis

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  • A sharp Four Pawns Attack

    Chess News Jul 21, 2019 | 23:24 P

    An interesting King's Indian from a FIDE Master was the submission of the fortnight featured by GM Jon Speelman, but he's also thrown in a bonus study (pictured) for your Sunday perusal. | Send in your own games! Jon can always use more material from readers. If your games are selected for the Agony column, not only will you get free detailed commentary of your games by one of chess’s great authors and instructors, and former world no. 4 player, but you also win a free three-month ChessBase Premium Account!

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  • Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting LIVE

    Chess News Jul 21, 2019 | 16:32 P

    The sixth and penultimate round of the Sparkassen Meeting in Dortmund saw Ian Nepomniachtchi getting a quick win over Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu, while Leinier Dominguez held a draw from an inferior position against Kaido Kulaots to keep the sole lead. Radoslaw Wojtaszek, Teimour Radjabov and Richard Rapport are a half point behind the Cuban-born grandmaster with a round to go. Round seven kicks off two hours earlier than usual, at 11:15 UTC (13:15 CEST / 7:15 AM EDT). | Photo: Georgious Souleidis

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  • FIDE celebrates its 95th anniversary

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jul 20, 2019 | 13:11 P

    FIDE celebrates its 95th anniversary FIDE celebrates its 95th anniversaryToday, July 20th, is the 95th anniversary of the founding of FIDE, during the 8th Summer Olympics Games in Paris, 1924. Traditionally, since it was proposed by UNESCO in 1966, this date not only marks the anniversary of our organization, but also the International Chess Day. Ours is the only sport which has a special worldwide celebration day dedicated to it, showing that chess is a unique game that unites people over the globe.This year, to celebrate International Chess Day, we launched a social media campaign under the hashtag #InternationalChessDay.

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  • Mamedyarov and Vachier-Lagrave qualify to the FIDE Grand Prix final

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jul 20, 2019 | 01:26 P

    Mamedyarov and Vachier-Lagrave qualify to the FIDE Grand Prix final Both semi-final matches are decided before tie-breaks at the FIDE Grand Prix organized by World Chess in Riga. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave eliminates Alexander Grischuk after a thrilling game, while Shakriyar Mamedyarov draws and qualifies against Wesley So. Both second games of the semi-finals were launched symbolically by special guests. Latvian artist and songwriter Markus Riva opened the encounter between Wesley So and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, while FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich kicked off the other battle between Alexander Grischuk and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. The game So-Mamedyarov began on an amusing note. The American left the choice of the first move to Markus Riva, upon which Mamedyarov himself suggested the dubious 1.a4. The musician obliged and the battle began in a relaxed atmosphere. For the record, Wesley So obviously corrected the unofficial first move and played 1.Nf3 instead. Following his loss yesterday, the question remained open whether he would go all-or-nothing, or rather stay true to his quiet style and try to squeeze a win from a technical game. Sometimes, circumstances are such that you do not have a choice. The Azeri played the solid Queen’s Gambit Accepted and reached a symmetric pawn structure. Wesley So definitely kept a symbolic advantage throughout, but this proved[…]

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  • Latvian GM Igor Kovalenko wins the Mikhail Tal Blitz Memorial

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jul 19, 2019 | 02:27 P

    Latvian GM Igor Kovalenko wins the Mikhail Tal Blitz Memorial RIGA, July 18 (LETA) - Latvian chess grandmaster Igor Kovalenko rolled over some of his opponents "like a tank" to win the Mikhail Tal blitz chess memorial on Thursday, the winner told LETA after the tournament.The winner of the blitz event named his victory over Russian chess player Vladimir Fedoseev the decisive feat in the tournament, while Fedoseev, who on Wednesday won the rapid chess competition, highlighted his win over Azerbaijan's grandmaster Gadir Guseinov."Both tournaments had strong lineups with many grandmasters," Aris Ozolins, President of the Latvian Chess Federation, said at a news conference which was held after the competition at the Radisson Blu Latvija hotel. "Kovalenko's victory in the blitz is, therefore, all the more pleasing. Moreover, he celebrated a very convincing victory in tough competition, beating the runner-up by half-point.""It was a very good event, one of the strongest tournaments in the Baltic states in recent years, both in terms of organization and the lineup of participants. It is highly important for chess players to rehydrate, and the sponsors took care of this, providing mineral water and Coca-Cola. Also, the hall where we played was spacious and the air was fresh," the blitz winner Kovalenko said, adding that[…]

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  • 47th Dortmund Sparkassen Chess-Meeting 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jul 13, 2019 | 21:24 P

    The 47th Dortmund Sparkassen Chess-Meeting takes place Sat 13th to Sun 21st July 2019.Players: Wojtaszek, Radjabov, Nepomniachtchi,Dominguez Perez, Rapport, Nisipeanu,Fridman and Kulaots.

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  • TCEC S16 starts Sunday July 14th at 15:00 CEST

    Chessdom Jul 13, 2019 | 15:24 P

    Season 16 of the Top Chess Engine Championship starts this Sunday July 14th at 15:00 CEST. A total of 18 engines will battle for six promotion spots in the newly formed Qualification Division. Among them are three Neural Networks – ScorpioNN, ChessFighterNN, and Stoofvlees. Their main competitors are the seasoned engines Rodent, Wasp, chess22k, and [...]

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  • Riga FIDE Grand Prix 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jul 12, 2019 | 13:35 P

    The Riga FIDE Grand Prix takes place Fri 12th to Thu 25th July 2019. This 16 player KO is based on the FIDE World Cup format. Players: Sergey Karjakin,Anish Giri,Wesley So,Pentala Harikrishna,Peter Svidler,Jan-Krzysztof Duda,Shakhriyar Mamedyarov,Daniil Dubov,Nikita Vitiugov,Alexander Grischuk,Levon Aronian,Yu Yangyi,Hikaru Nakamura,Veselin Topalov,Maxime Vachier-Lagrave andDavid Navara.I will have updates every day after play finishes.

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  • TCEC Season 16 – information and participants

    Chessdom Jul 3, 2019 | 16:28 P

    TCEC Season 16 is going to start Sunday July 14th at 15:00 CEST with the participation of the strongest computer chess software. For the first time ever a Neural Network – Leela Chess Zero aka Lc0 – will defend both a league title and a Cup title. TCEC Season 16 will feature a new format. [...]

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  • Croatia Grand Chess Tour 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jun 26, 2019 | 19:30 P

    The Croatia Grand Chess Tour event took place in Zagreb 26th June to 8th July 2019. 12 players 11 rounds. Players: Carlsen, Caruana, Ding, Giri, Vachier-Lagrave, Nepomniachtchi, Mamedyarov, Anand, Nakamura, So, Aronian and Karjakin. Magnus Carlsen scored one of his most impressive results when he scored +5 in a tournament without a weak link. Carlen certainly rated it one of his very best performances afterwards.

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  • TCEC15: the 15th Top Chess Engine Championship

    Chessdom Jun 23, 2019 | 03:46 P

    Written by Guy Haworth and Nelson Hernandez Reading, UK and Maryland, USA Corresponding author: g.haworth@reading.ac.uk This is the latest in our series of analytical articles on past TCEC events. The main text can be read below on this webpage, and at the bottom you will find a link to the full layouted article in pdf [...]

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  • World Blitz Championships LIVE!

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Dec 30, 2018 | 13:59 P

    World Blitz Championship Women’s World Blitz ChampionshipThe post World Blitz Championships LIVE! appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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  • PanAm InterCollegiate Chess Championships LIVE with 40 GMs!

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Dec 29, 2018 | 17:00 P

    LIVE games here:The post PanAm InterCollegiate Chess Championships LIVE with 40 GMs! appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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  • World Rapid Championships LIVE!

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Dec 27, 2018 | 13:59 P

    –The post World Rapid Championships LIVE! appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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