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  • Simon Says — Highlights from the Summer Chess Classic

    Chess News Jun 24, 2019 | 18:59 P

    In this Simon Says we take a look at some of the highlights from the Summer Chess Classic in St Louis. Concentrating on the top section, where David Howell and Jeffrey Xiong are leading, Simon will show you the best (and worst!) moves that have been played.

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  • Half time at the Summer Chess Classic

    Chess News Jun 24, 2019 | 15:29 P

    The three tournaments of the "Summer Chess Classic" at the Saint Louis Chess Club will start in their second half today with five of the ten rounds in the books. Sunday was the tournaments' sole rest day. In the A tournament there was a draw between co-leaders Jeffery Xiong and David Howell, allowing Sam Shankland to move closer to the top with his win against Dariusz Swiercz. The encounter between Gawain Jones and Le Quang Liem ended in a draw. | Photo: Xiong vs Howell (webcast)

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  • Can a roulette wheel decide the game?

    Chess News Jun 24, 2019 | 12:50 P

    It is something little hard to imagine but yes, in the history of chess there was one occasion when FIDE had no certain type of play — such as Armageddon — to decide the winner in case of draw. For those who are unaware of the format, Armageddon is the ultimate form of tie-breaker in chess, where time-odds are there and Black just needs to draw the game to win the match and White must win the game to advance or be declared as the winner of the match.

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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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  • Public review of the bidding procedure for chess clocks extended through a week-end

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jun 22, 2019 | 09:46 P

    Public review of the bidding procedure for chess clocks extended through a week-end Due to the requests received and in order to maintain a level playing field for everyone, FIDE is pleased to extend the deadline to send comments on the bidding procedure for chess clocks until 09:00 UTC on Monday, June 24, 2019.

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  • St Louis Summer Chess Classic 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jun 20, 2019 | 20:50 P

    The St Louis Summer Chess Classic takes place Tue 18th Jun to Fri 28th Jun 2019. Shankland, Gawain Jones, Le Quang Liem, David Howell, Jeffery Xiong and Dariusz Swiercz play in the top group of three all of which are 6 player 10 round events.

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  • chess.com Junior Speed Chess 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jun 20, 2019 | 20:48 P

    The chess.com Junior Speed Chess takes place 16th May to 25th July 2019.

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  • Chinese League 2019 - Games and Results

    The Week in Chess Jun 20, 2019 | 20:46 P

    The Chinese League takes place in Daqing, 19th to 27th June 2019.

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  • FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss 2019: Player's Contract

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jun 20, 2019 | 16:00 P

    FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss 2019: Player's Contract FIDE publishes the Player’s Contract for Participation in the FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss 2019. The tournament will be held in the Isle of Man from 10 to 21 October, and is expected to be the strongest Swiss-system tournament in the history of chess. The prize fund will be US$432,500, with a first prize of $70,000. Download Player’s Contract for Participation in the FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss 2019 Download Annex IList of players qualified for the FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss NameAvg July 18 - June 19Total GamesCarlsen, Magnus2844.833376Caruana, Fabiano2825.000066Ding, Liren2807.250071Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar2801.750068Giri, Anish2785.416771Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime2778.666792Anand, Viswanathan2772.500069Grischuk, Alexander2770.250046Kramnik, Vladimir2768.750037Nepomniachtchi, Ian2767.000064So, Wesley2767.000062Aronian, Levon2766.333364Yu, Yangyi2758.083390Nakamura, Hikaru2756.416767Karjakin, Sergey2756.166753Radjabov, Teimour2755.083334Svidler, Peter2742.750041Topalov, Veselin2741.166713Navara, David2736.7500108Duda, Jan-Krzysztof2734.666759Wei, Yi2734.000068Harikrishna, Pentala2731.333387Jakovenko, Dmitry2729.500078Wojtaszek, Radoslaw2728.833372Rapport, Richard2728.750068Shankland, Sam2724.333372Vitiugov, Nikita2724.000085Bu, Xiangzhi2722.833351Wang, Hao2721.8333105Artemiev, Vladislav2721.166781Andreikin, Dmitry2719.166764Le, Quang Liem2713.4167102Naiditsch, Arkadij2713.0833134Vidit, Santosh Gujrathi2708.833389Fedoseev, Vladimir2707.583394Li, Chao b2703.666748Tomashevsky, Evgeny2703.500036Adams, Michael2703.333370Ivanchuk, Vassily2703.333359Amin, Bassem2700.333389Vallejo Pons, Francisco2699.250058Dubov, Daniil2699.083344Cheparinov, Ivan2696.4167100Matlakov, Maxim2693.416763Kryvoruchko, Yuriy2692.666763Howell, David W L2691.916783Sadler, Matthew D2691.50007Saric, Ivan2690.8333124Inarkiev, Ernesto2690.166790Mamedov, Rauf2689.750062Almasi, Zoltan2689.666739Ragger, Markus2687.833398Sargissian, Gabriel2686.500028Korobov, Anton2685.7500100Jones, Gawain C B2685.4167103Bacrot, Etienne2684.083394Wang, Yue2683.500028Nabaty, Tamir2683.416754Adhiban, B.2682.833377Eljanov, Pavel2682.750084Gelfand, Boris2681.416761Cori, Jorge2679.416734Rodshtein, Maxim2678.583394Ni, Hua2677.583335Kovalev, Vladislav2677.166798Grandelius, Nils2676.083397Leko, Peter2676.083347Demchenko, Anton2673.750073Ponomariov, Ruslan2673.250048Sasikiran, Krishnan2673.166764McShane, Luke J2671.250050Berkes, Ferenc2670.833368Nisipeanu, Liviu-Dieter2670.583395Kamsky, Gata2668.750043Robson, Ray2668.500051Maghsoodloo, Parham2667.1667132Xiong, Jeffery2667.0000125Laznicka, Viktor2666.666771Najer, Evgeniy2666.666731Malakhov, Vladimir2665.166780Sjugirov, Sanan2663.166767Salem, A.R. Saleh2662.500037Melkumyan, Hrant2661.916782Guseinov, Gadir2661.250059Bruzon Batista, Lazaro2660.083362Hou, Yifan2660.08337Safarli, Eltaj2659.7500121Areshchenko, Alexander2659.333313Kasimdzhanov, Rustam2659.166729Dreev, Aleksey2658.750063Swiercz, Dariusz2658.500088Kuzubov, Yuriy2655.1667129Rausis, Igors2654.583378Motylev, Alexander2653.250034Mareco, Sandro2652.3333118Hammer, Jon Ludvig2651.833347Anton Guijarro, David2651.166783Akopian, Vladimir2650.83339Kovalenko, Igor2650.583389Sethuraman, S.P.2650.0000105Reserves  Lenic, Luka2650.000021Ipatov,[…]

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  • Alexandra Goryachkina wins the Women Candidates Chess 2019

    Chessdom Jun 19, 2019 | 01:37 P

    The Russian chess player Aleksandra Goryachkina won the Women Candidates Chess 2019 with two rounds to spare. The youngest participant of the tournament finished with 9.5 points out of 14 and secured the right to play the Women’s World Championship Match against the Women`s World Champion Ju Wenjun (China). The prize fund of the coming championship match is 500,000 [...]

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  • FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament is concluded in Kazan

    World Chess Federation - FIDE Jun 18, 2019 | 15:40 P

    FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament is concluded in Kazan The Russian chess player Aleksandra Goryachkina won the event with two rounds to spare. The youngest participant of the tournament finished with 9.5 points out of 14 and secured the right to play the Women's World Championship Match against the Women`s World Champion Ju Wenjun (China). The prize fund of the coming championship match is 500,000 Euro, which is 150% higher than in the previous match. Anna Muzychuk (Ukraine) is second with 8 points. Katerina Lagno (Russia) and Tan Zhongyi (China) shared 3-4 places with 7 points. Final standings: 1. Aleksandra Goryachkina (Russia) - 9.5, 2. Anna Muzychuk (Ukraine) – 8, 3-4. Kateryna Lagno (Russia), Тan Zhongyi (China) – 7, 5-6. Nana Dzagnidze (Georgia), Mariya Muzychuk (Ukraine) - 6.5, 7. Alexandra Kosteniuk (Russia) – 6, 8. Valentina Gunina (Russia) - 5.5. The closing ceremony took place in the Nogai Hotel, the tournament venue, on June 18. In the beginning of the ceremony, a special prize for the most beautiful game of the tournament, provided by the Russian Chess Federation and AB InBev Efes company, was awarded. The jury consisted of chairman Maxim Notkin, editor-in-chief of the 64-Chess Review, the tournament commentators GMs Sergey Shipov and Evgeny Miroshnichenko, and the Head[…]

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  • TCEC Cup 3 report

    Chessdom May 30, 2019 | 14:08 P

    Written by Guy Haworth and Nelson Hernandez Reading, UK and Maryland, USA [Corresponding author: g.haworth@reading.ac.uk] This is the next article in our series of analytical articles on past TCEC events. The main text can be read below on this webpage; to view the full layouted article in pdf format, including the important tables, graphs and [...]

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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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