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  • Tata Steel Chess: Magnus keeps on drawing

    Chess News Jan 16, 2019 | 01:40 P

    The drawing streak of Magnus Carlsen continues as the World Champion tied his fourth round match-up against Vladimir Kramnik at the Tata Steel Masters. Meanwhile, Anish Giri and Vidit won their games to join Vishy Anand and Ding Liren in the chasing pack half a point behind sole leader Ian Nepomniachtchi. In the Challengers, Vladislav Kovalev beat Lucas van Foreest to seize his spot in the leading group. The action of the day was analysed by GM DANNY KING. | Photos: Alina l'Ami / Official site

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  • Gukesh becomes second youngest GM in history

    Chess News Jan 15, 2019 | 20:47 P

    12 years, 7 months and 17 days — that's the age of the new second youngest ever, GM-elect D. Gukesh. He's also the 60th grandmaster from India! How did this youngster achieve it? On the surface, it looks like an extremely smooth journey where Gukesh achieved one milestone after another. "But when you delve deeper", writes SAGAR SHAH, "you see tremendous amount of sacrifices, grit, determination and much more from not just the youngster and his entire family". | Photo: David Llada

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  • Giri and Vidit win in Tata Steel Round 4 - 4

    The Week in Chess Jan 15, 2019 | 20:12 P

    Leader Ian Nepomniachtchi earned a comfortabledraw with black against Shakhriyar Mamedyarovin Round 4 of the Tata Steel Masters and keptthe lead with 3 points.This allowed Anish Giri and Santosh Gujrathi Vidit tomove within half a point in a four way tie for second placewith Ding Liren and Viswanathan Anand.Giri looked comfortable straight out of the openingagainst Richard Rapport's 1. d4 d5 2. Nc3 Nf6 3. Bf4and after the dubious 21.Nxb6?! tactic was played white was always strugglingand by the time they reached move 40 white had to resign. Viditground down Jorden Van Foreest in a bishops of opposite colours endgame.There may have been a way to draw this but it was tricky. Ding Lirenlooked to have a slight pull against Vladimir Fedossev but he couldn'tmake anything of it. The remaining games were drawn, Magnus Carlsenwas again the last to finish trying to make something out of nothingagainst Vladimir Kramnik. Anand-Radjabov and Duda-Shankland were the other draws.Round 4 Standings:1 Nepomniachtchi 3pts2 Vidit 2½pts3 Ding 2½pts4 Anand 2½pts5 Giri 2½pts6 Mamedyarov 2pts7 Carlsen 2pts8 Shankland 2pts9 Duda 2pts10 Radjabov 2pts11 Fedoseev 1½pts12 Rapport 1½pts13 Kramnik 1pt14 Van Foreest 1ptRound 5 is in Alkmaar 16th Jan 2019 starting half an hour laterat 2pm[…]

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  • Tata Steel Chess Round 4

    Chess News Jan 15, 2019 | 15:30 P

    The 81st Tata Steel Chess Tournament takes place from January 12th to 27th in Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands (and two "on tour" locations). The "Masters" has an average Elo of 2753. The"Challengers" weighs in at 2582. Both are 14-player round-robin tournaments. Live commentary by IMs Lawrence Trent and Anna Rudolf from 12:30 UTC (13:30 CET, 7:30 am EST) | Photo:

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  • Ian Nepomniachtchi leads the Tata Steel Masters on 2.5/3 - 3

    The Week in Chess Jan 14, 2019 | 20:29 P

    Ian Nepomniachtchi defeated a struggling Vladimir Kramnik in the thirdround of the Tata Steel Masters tournament to lead the tournament aloneon 2.5/3. This is also Nepomniachtchi's third classical win in a rowagainst Kramnik. Ding Liren also scored his first win beating Jorden van Foreestand Jan-Krzysztof Duda beat Vladimir Fedoseev. Shankland-Anand, Radjabov-Rapportand Giri-Mamedyarov were all drawn. Magnus Carlsen managed to win a pawn againstSantosh Gujrathi Vidit but he never had a winning advantageand his was the last game to finish in a draw after nearly 7 hours of play.Round 3 Standings:1 Nepomniachtchi 2½pts,2 Ding 2pts,3 Anand 2pts,4 Carlsen 1½pts,5 Shankland 1½pts,6 Vidit 1½pts,7 Mamedyarov 1½pts,8 Rapport 1½pts,9 Radjabov 1½pts,10 Duda 1½pts,11 Giri 1½pts,12 Fedoseev 1pt,13 Van Foreest 1pt,14 Kramnik ½pt,Round 4 Tuesday 15th Jan 13:30pmCarlsen-Kramnik,Mamedyarov-Nepomniachtchi,Rapport-Giri,Anand-Radjabov,Duda-Shankland,Ding Liren-Fedoseev,Vidit-Van Foreest

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  • Dutch players the only winners in Round 2 of the Tata Steel Masters - 2

    The Week in Chess Jan 13, 2019 | 22:38 P

    The Dutch players were the only winners in the second round of the Tata Steel Mastersin Wijk aan Zee. In round one Anish Giri and Jorden van Foreest lost with white andin the second round won with black. Giri defeated Vladimir Kramnik in a strangegame where, at least according to the computer the evaluation swung around a bit,22.g3? Rc8 should have been good for black but 22...fxg3 was only equal but 25.Qf5seems to have been the decisive error (25.Qd2) and after 25...Bc4 black's advantageincreased move by move and Kramnik resigned on move 42. Jorden van Foreest was downon the clock against Jan-Krzysztof Duda on the run up to first time control but wentfrom about equal to winning in the space of 10 moves, 30.Re2?! seemed to be the startof white's troubles and 40.Rc3? left black completely winning and resignation followed10 moves later.The other games were drawn. Magnus Carlsen seemed to lose a theoreticalbattle against a fast moving Ian Nepomniachtchi which left the Russian comfortable as black andthe players agreed a draw on move 32. Richard Rapport was a pawn down in a delicate Knight and Pawnendgame against Sam Shankland, computers tell me 74...h5? "threw away" the win and that he[…]

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  • TCEC Cup 2 to start 17 January 2019

    Chessdom Jan 12, 2019 | 18:01 P

    The second edition of TCEC Cup, the minor trophy of the Top Chess Engine Championship, is going to start this January 17th. It will be a knockout competition involving the 32 world’s best chess engines. TCEC Cup 2 consists of a total of 31 matches divided into sixteenth-final, eighth-final, quarter-final, semi-final and final. For an [...]

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  • FIDE bank account in Spanish Caixa Bank

    Chessdom Jan 11, 2019 | 12:40 P

    In a brief post FIDE announced that a bank account is opened with Caixa Bank, one of the largest banks in Spain. The normal operation is resumed 11 months after the Swiss bank UBS closed the FIDE accounts due to then FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov being on the US sanctions list. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov refused to [...]

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  • Additional qualification path to Candidates 2020 - FIDE Grand Swiss

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jan 10, 2019 | 15:36 P

    Additional qualification path to Candidates 2020 - FIDE Grand Swiss FIDE informs about additional qualification path to the Candidates 2020 - FIDE Grand Swiss. Consequently, FIDE removes one qualification spot from the rating quota and passes it to Grand Swiss qualifier based on the understanding with World Chess. The bids for the event are to be sent before February 9, 2019 to office@fide.com.Rules for the FIDE Grand Swiss 2019 (pdf)

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  • FIDE Bank account opened in Caixa Bank, Spain

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jan 10, 2019 | 11:25 P

    FIDE Bank account opened in Caixa Bank, Spain FIDE is pleased to announce that an official bank account with Caixa Bank, one of the largest banks in Spain, has been opened. FIDE is extending its gratitude to Mr. Jose Claudio Vinas Racionero, President of the Catalonia Chess Federation for his invaluable assistance in this matter.

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  • Tata Steel 2019

    Chessdom Jan 10, 2019 | 08:39 P

    The first super tournament of the year is about to start

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  • WRBCC 2018 Final Standings and Prize Fund Allocations

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jan 3, 2019 | 20:00 P

    WRBCC 2018 Final Standings and Prize Fund Allocations The King Salman World Rapid and Blitz Championships were held in St. Petersburg, Russia, on December 25-31. Daniil Dubov and Ju Wenjun are the World Rapid Chess Champions. Magnus Carlsen and Kateryna Lagno are the World Blitz Champions. Please view the final standings and complete prize fund allocations: PDF | Excel

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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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