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  • World Championship Game 5: Even Gurgenidze is not enough to win

    Chess News Nov 16, 2018 | 03:08 P

    In today's 5th game of the World Championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana, the two players honoured Georgian champion Bukhtuti Gurgenidze with their opening selection and after a mild-mannered struggle, the game ended in a draw. (The 2017 World Junior Champion GM ARYAN TARI annotates.) The press conference, however, was once again lively. When asked which player Carlsen most admired from the past, he brought down the house with the original reply, "myself from three or four years ago".| Photo: World Chess

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  • Misha in memoriam

    Chess News Nov 15, 2018 | 22:13 P

    Last week saw the birth anniversary of Mikhail Tal, (1936-1992) 8th World Champion and legendary player. Few players captured the imagination of the chess world as he and Bobby Fischer did. We offered him a small tribute and here is another by our columnist who also draws our attention to a slim volume that deserves to be better known. | Photo: Riga greets Tal

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  • Tense draw in game 5 of the World Chess Championship in London - 5

    The Week in Chess Nov 15, 2018 | 19:49 P

    The fifth game of the World Chess Championship was drawn in 34rather tense moves. Once again with Caruana as white the gamewent into a Rossolimo Sicilian variation. Carlsen's pace of play slowedconsiderably after 6.b4 although it became clear he knew the theorywell. Caruana's 12.Qe2 seems to be a novelty but I don't thinkit was new to Carlsen. Fairly soon after it became clear thatif anyone was better it was Carlsen, Caruana thought for overhalf an hour on move 19 and it was Carlsen's turn to go intothe tank on move 20. Carlsen presumably was hoping for winningchances but his choice of 20...Kb6 didn't really work out (the computeridea of 20...b5 would surely have been his other choice).Caruana's 21.Bd2 brought about a nice sequence where he gave uppawns for activity and when he finally restore material equalityon move 34 the position was a dead draw.Caruana to NRK: "A well played game with some fireworks."Carlsen: "It was a long preparation from him. But I wasn't very worried about the position that arose.I felt that I had sufficient compensation with my bishop pair.After that I found a way to play for advantage, but I found nothing clear.""I felt that I had a fine[…]

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  • World Championship 2018 London match live!

    Chess News Nov 15, 2018 | 17:46 P

    The moment we've all been waiting for! Live games (for Premium members) from the 2018 World Championship match in London. Every two games will be followed by a rest day until Game 12 (if necessary) on November 26th which will be preceded by an additional rest day. All rounds start at 15:00 UT (London time) / 16:00 CEST / 10:00 EST. If needed there would be a rapid tiebreak match on Wednesday, November 28th.

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  • Carlsen – Caruana World Championship Match LIVE!

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Nov 15, 2018 | 16:54 P

    The post Carlsen – Caruana World Championship Match LIVE! appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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  • Bidding procedure for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Nov 15, 2018 | 16:44 P

    Bidding procedure for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019 BIDDING PROCEDURE FOR THE FIDE WOMEN’S CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT 20191. FIDE is opening a bidding procedure for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019 2. Each bid shall contain the following particulars as minimum: a) Proposed exact place and dates of the event. b) Proposed tournament venue. c) Proposed prize fund for the players (minimum 200,000 euros should be offered net of any applicable local taxes).d) The contribution to FIDE (net of any applicable local taxes and not less than 20% of the prize fund in addition to the prize fund).e) Commitment to cover all financial obligations to FIDE, including all the stipends.f) Commitment to cover all organizational costs, in accordance with the regulations of the event.g) Category of official hotel (minimum 4 stars), and its name, with special room rates including meals.h) A statement that the applicant accepts the regulations of the event without any reservations.i) An invitation for at least two members of the GSC to inspect the proposed venue and examine the other conditions, with all travel and hotel expenses paid by the bidder.j) The applicant's name, signatures and authenticationk) Letters of support from the national federation and relevant local authorities. 3. A bid is considered valid if it[…]

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  • Caruana – Carlsen 2018 game 5 LIVE!

    Chessdom Nov 15, 2018 | 16:05 P

    Hello everyone and welcome to the live coverage of the 2018 World Chess Championship match between the reigning champion Magnus Carlsen (Norway) and the challenger Fabiano Caruana (USA). In this live blog + live games from WCC 2018 we will be covering the event Carlsen – Caruana with the latest news, developments, interviews, and in-game [...]

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  • Rules for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Nov 15, 2018 | 15:07 P

    Rules for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019 FIDE is announcing the Rules for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019. The Rules for the FIDE Women’s Candidates Tournament 2019 can be downloaded here (.pdf).

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  • Interview with Alexander Morozevich

    Chessdom Nov 15, 2018 | 12:54 P

    It is not the first time for one of the strongest chess players of his generation to work as a commentator at a major event, and he always approaches this job creatively. Here is the interview by the official website of the Women World Championship with GM Alexander Morozevich. More: Live games / Quarterfinal tiebreaks [...]

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  • World Chess Championship 2018 (Women) LIVE!

    Chessdom Nov 15, 2018 | 09:10 P

    Live games with analysis

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  • WWCC in Khanty-Mansiysk, Semi-final, Game 1: Ju Wenjun begins with a win

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Nov 15, 2018 | 02:00 P

    WWCC in Khanty-Mansiysk, Semi-final, Game 1: Ju Wenjun begins with a win Ju Wenjun begins Semi-final with a winThe Semi-final of the Women's World Championship started in the Ugra Chess Academy on November 15.The defending World Champion Ju Wenjun had Black against Alexandra Kosteniuk. The players went for the French defense. After the opening, White's position looked promising, as she enjoyed a spatial advantage. However, Black regrouped nicely and won White's overextended a-pawn. Alexandra did not find the best move at the critical moment, and her position deteriorated quickly. However, then the Chinese missed the strongest continuation, which could give her a decisive edge. Further simplifications followed, but the extra pawn remained and eventually proclaimed itself. Ju Wenjun celebrated victory.Mariya Muzychuk made a draw with Kateryna Lagno. In the Berlin Variation of the Ruy Lopez neither side could claim any advantage. A draw on the move 23 became a logical conclusion of the game.The return games will be played on November 16. If the matches are drawn after two games, the tie-break will ensue on the next day.Official websiteAlexandra Kosteniuk and Mariya Muzychuk advance to Semi-final of Women’s World Championship The Quarterfinals of the Women's World Championship were concluded on November 14 with two tie-breaks: Alexandra Kosteniuk defeated Anna Muzychuk, and Zhansaya[…]

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  • St. Louis Winter Classic 2018 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Nov 14, 2018 | 18:08 P

    The St. Louis Winter Classic took place Sun 4th Nov 2018Tue 13th Nov 2018. Yuniesky Quesada Perez won the GM event with 7/9.Zaven Andriasian edged out Victor Mikhalevski on tie-break after both scored 5.5/9.

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  • Tata Steel India Chess 2018 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Nov 14, 2018 | 13:01 P

    The Tata Steel India Chess tournament took place 9th to 14th November 2018. A three day rapid followed by a two day blitzevent. Nakamura, So, Aronian, Mamedyarov, Karjakin, Harikrishna, Anand, Vidit, Ganguly, Nihal Sarin (rapid) and Praggnanandhaa (blitz).Hikaru Nakamura won the Rapid tournament. Anand and Nakamura tied for first in the blitz with Anand winning the two game tie-break match.

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  • Join me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Nov 14, 2018 | 00:10 P

    My social media accounts: http://twitter.com/SusanPolgar https://instagram.com/SusanPolgarChess https://facebook.com/SusanPolgarChess https://www.linkedin.com/in/SusanPolgar https://www.youtube.com/susanpolgarchess https://ChessDailyNews.com About Susan Polgar https://twitter.com/SusanPolgar https://www.facebook.com/susanpolgarchess https://www.instagram.com/susanpolgarchess – Winner of 4 Women’s World Championships (Under 16, Blitz, […]The post Join me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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  • Chess Daily News Website Has Moved

    Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information Nov 14, 2018 | 00:00 P

    The Chess Daily News website has moved. This is the correct URL https://www.chessdailynews.com In the new site, there will be FREE Video Chess Lessons every day, […]The post Chess Daily News Website Has Moved appeared first on Susan Polgar Global Chess Daily News and Information.

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