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  • Development of the Bryntse Gambit

    Chess News May 19, 2019 | 22:36 P

    Our grandmaster columnist JON SPEELMAN reveals an embarrassing mishap at the closing dinner of the London Chess Classic and continues his investigation of games in the "Bryntse Gambit" queen sacrifice in the opening (on move six!) with theoretical contributions from a Polish IM by the name of Wladyslav Krol. 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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  • Two Americans Win Playoffs to Advance in Moscow

    World Chess Federation - FIDE May 19, 2019 | 21:39 P

    Two Americans Win Playoffs to Advance in Moscow The two American representatives in the Moscow Grand Prix advanced to the next round on Sunday after dispatching their opponents in playoffs.Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So, the two Americans, beat Teimour Radjabov of Azerbaijan and Jan-Krzysztof Duda of Poland, respectively, in two-game rapid playoffs after their first-round matches had been tied in regulation. In both playoffs, Nakamura and So had White in the first games and won and then drew the second games in order to advance.They now join the other six players who had already qualified for the second round in mini-matches that will begin on Monday.The match between Nakamura and Radjabov had fizzled in the first two slow games – neither game had gone beyond 14 moves or lasted more than 90 minutes. The rapid games unfolded quite differently.In Game 1, arising out of a Queen's Gambit Declined, Nakamura was able to push his e pawn to the fifth rank, giving him a permanent space advantage. Radjabov defended well for a while, but, as often happens when the games are faster, he began battling the clock as well as his opponent and began to make some small errors. His critical error came at Move 32, when he pushed[…]

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  • Moscow Grand Prix: Live

    Chess News May 19, 2019 | 16:00 P

    The new Worldchess/FIDE Grand Prix series started on Friday with the first of four Grand Prix tournaments. The Moscow Grand Prix lasts from May 17 to May 29 and is a knock-out tournament - like all four Grand Prix tournaments. The two best players of the series qualify for the Candidates Tournament. After the two classical games in round 1 six players advanced to round 2, four players have to play a tie-break. The tie-break starts at 14:00 CEST (12:00 UTC, 8:00 EDT). Follow the games live.

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  • Moscow GP: Only two match-ups go to tie-breaks

    Chess News May 19, 2019 | 03:50 P

    A day full of exciting chess at the Moscow Grand Prix ended up with six players qualifying to the second round without needing rapid and blitz tie-breaks. Daniil Dubov, Wei Yi, Alexander Grischuk, Peter Svidler, Ian Nepomniachtchi and Radoslaw Wojtaszek secured their spots in the quarter-finals, while Wesley So defeated Jan-Krzysztof Duda to tie the score, and Teimour Radjabov signed another quick draw with Hikaru Nakamura. | Photo: World Chess

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  • Six Players Advance at Grand Prix; Four Head to Playoffs

    World Chess Federation - FIDE May 18, 2019 | 22:43 P

    Six Players Advance at Grand Prix; Four Head to Playoffs The second day of the first leg of the FIDE Grand Prix Series organized by World Chess produced five decisive results, including a spectacular win by Daniil Dubov over Anish Giri, the tournament's top seed. All told, six players, including Dubov, advanced to the second round of the tournament.Four other players will face off on Sunday in a series of tie-breaker games to determine who else will move on.The game of the day, and perhaps of the tournament, though it is obviously still early, was Dubov's win over Giri. Dubov, who is Russian, had White and essayed a slightly offbeat line of the Queen's Gambit with 4 Bg5 instead of the more common 4 Nc3. Giri, who is Dutch, replied in what is generally considered the most appropriate way – by taking the White pawn on c4.The game transposed to a position that resembled the Botvinnik Variation of the Semi Slav Defense, which is among the sharpest openings in chess. Dubov, who was obviously better prepared than Giri as he took little time in the opening, played the unusual 10 Bf6 instead of the more common 10 Bh4. The idea was that after 11 ef6, Giri faced a rather unpleasant[…]

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  • Moscow FIDE Grand Prix 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess May 16, 2019 | 14:55 P

    The Moscow FIDE Grand Prix is the first of the new format of events for the World Chess Championship cycle 2019-20. It's pretty much the World Cup KO formula with 16 players and takes place 17th to 29th May 2019. Players: Mamedyarov, Giri, Wesly So, Aronian, Grischuk, Nakamura, Karjakin, Nepomniachtchi, Svidler, Radjabov, Jakovenko, Wojtaszek, Wei Yi, Duda, Vitiugov and Dubov. Play starts 3pm local time 1pm BST.

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  • 54th Capablanca Memorial 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess May 14, 2019 | 10:46 P

    The 54th Capablanca Memorial took place Fri 3rd May to Mon 13th May 2019. B Adhiban, Vasil Ivanchuk, David Anton, Sam Sevian, Yuri Gonzalez Vidal and Carlos Albornoz Cabrera played in the 6 player 10 round Elite group. Vassily Ivanchuk won the event for the 8th time (including one shared). Ivanchuk was in the joint lead with David Anton going into the final round after being beaten by Sam Sevian in round 9. Ivanchuk beat Baskaran Adhiban where as Anton failed to convert a large advantage against Albornoz Cabrera.

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  • IMSA World Masters 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess May 14, 2019 | 07:55 P

    The IMSA World Masters tookplace in China on the 14th-19th May 2019. Rapid and Blitz with Wang Hao, Yu Yangyi, Andreikin, Korobov, Dominguez, Rapport, Bu Xiangzhi, Gelfand, Fedoseev, Le Quang Liem, Leko, Ponomariov, Mamedov, Vidit, Cheparinov and Gawain Jones. Anton Korobov won the rapid event and came second in the blitz behind Bu Xiangzhi, similarly Alexandra Kosteniuk won the rapid and came second in the blitz behind Lei Tingjie.

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  • TCEC Cup 3 – pairings and information

    Chessdom Apr 27, 2019 | 15:39 P

    TCEC Cup starts Monday at 19:00 UTC

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  • TCEC Season 14 – the 14th Top Chess Engine Championship

    Chessdom Mar 12, 2019 | 02:59 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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  • WTCC in Astana Round 5

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Mar 9, 2019 | 03:50 P

    WTCC in Astana Round 5 World Team Chess Championships 2019, held from March, 4 - 15 2019 in Astana, Kazakhstan.Open section and Women section board results.Round 6 starts March, 11 2019 at 3 PM local time. Please visit the official website wteams.astana2019.fide.com for LIVE GAMES.  Standings after Round 5. OPEN Rnk.Team12345678910MPPts.1Russia* 2 2½2½3  39132India *2 22 3½ 3½7133England22*2  2½ 2½ 7114United States of America  2* 2½2 13610½5Iran1½2  *1½ 3½ 3511½6China1½2 1½2½*  3½ 5117Kazakhstan1 1½2  *32 49½8Sweden ½  ½ 1*32½47½9Azerbaijan  1½3 ½21* 3810Egypt1½ 11  1½ *05 Standings after Round 5. WOMEN Rnk.Team12345678910MPPts.1China*2½ 2½  2½2½3½ 1013½2Russia1½*  3½ 33½ 4815½3Ukraine  *2 22 347134Georgia1½ 2*23½  3 6125India ½ 2* 22½ 46116United States of America  2½ *1½33 5107Kazakhstan1½12 22½*   498Armenia1½½  1½1 * 428½9Hungary½ 11 1  *2½2610Egypt 00 0  01½*01½OPEN SECTION ROUND 66.110Sweden -8United States of America 1GMGrandelius Nils2694:GMSwiercz Dariusz26552GMBlomqvist Erik2488:GMOnischuk Alexander26473GMSmith Axel2487:GMLenderman Aleksandr26374IMJohansson Linus2479:GMIzoria Zviad26036.29Russia -7Azerbaijan 1GMKarjakin Sergey2753:GMNaiditsch Arkadij27102GMNepomniachtchi Ian2771:GMMamedov Rauf27013GMGrischuk Alexander2771:GMSafarli Eltaj26624GMArtemiev Vladislav2736:GMAbasov Nijat26276.31India -6Kazakhstan 1GMAdhiban B.2683:GMJumabayev Rinat26092GMSasikiran Krishnan2678:GMIsmagambetov Anuar25453GMGanguly Surya Shekhar2633:GMKazhgaleyev Murtas25874GMSethuraman S.P.2637:IMMakhnev Denis24766.42Iran -5England 1GMMaghsoodloo Parham2673:GMAdams Michael27082GMIdani Pouya2604:GMMcshane Luke J26613GMTabatabaei M.Amin2600:GMHowell David W L26934GMFirouzja Alireza2657:GMSpeelman Jon S25166.53Egypt -4China 1GMAmin Bassem2709:GMDing Liren28122GMAdly Ahmed2611:GMWei Yi27333IMFawzy Adham2461:GMBu Xiangzhi27314IMAbdelnabbi Imed2435:GMNi Hua2683WOMEN SECTION ROUND 66.110Egypt -8Georgia 1WGMWafa Shahenda2175:GMKhotenashvili Bela24742WIMMoaataz Ayah2036:IMArabidize Meri23923WIMElansary Eman1944:GMBatsiashvili Nino24544WIMEhab Tasneem1841:IMMelia Salome23856.29Kazakhstan -7Hungary 1IMAbdumalik Zhansaya2469:GMHoang Thanh Trang24542IMSaduakassova Dinara2462:IMGara Anita23843FMAssaubayeva Bibisara2374:WGMGara Ticia23244IMNakhbayeva Guliskhan2295:WIMTerbe Julianna23066.31Armenia -6Ukraine 1GMDanielian Elina2402:GMMuzychuk Mariya25602IMMkrtchian Lilit2390:GMMuzychuk Anna25553WFMSargsyan Anna M.2340:IMGaponenko Inna24274WIMGevorgyan Maria2264:IMBuksa Nataliya24166.42Russia -5United States of America 1GMLagno Kateryna2559:WGMAbrahamyan Tatev23772GMGunina Valentina2515:WGMNemcova Katerina23153GMGoryachkina Aleksandra2504:FMYip Carissa22794WGMGirya Olga2456:WCMWu Rochelle21206.53India -4China 1IMKaravade Eesha2357:GMTan Zhongyi25132WGMSoumya Swaminathan2401:IMShen Yang24533IMPadmini Rout2332:WGMHuang Qian24414WGMKulkarni Bhakti2322:GMLei Tingjie2477

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  • TCEC Season 15 – To A/B or NNot to A/B, That is the Question

    Chessdom Mar 5, 2019 | 17:14 P

    Season 15 of the Top Chess Engine Championship will begin this March 5th at 20:00 CET. It will feature a record number of engines to accommodate the booming sector and a record ELO of the participants. A total of 44 engines will face off in a division based system to determine the current status quo [...]

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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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