Chess Alexandra Kosteniuk and Mariya Muzychuk advance to the Semi-final

The Quarterfinals of the Women’s World Championship were concluded on November 14 with two tie-breaks: Alexandra Kosteniuk defeated Anna Muzychuk, and Zhansaya Abdumalik lost to Mariya Muzychuk. Kosteniuk played the first game with White and obtained a promising


Chess 2018 4th quarter Presidential Board Meeting

2018 4th quarter Presidential Board meeting was held in London November 8-9. The FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich reported to the board on how he started his mandate by visiting differents tournaments. The President announced that new FIDE bank account will be


Chess The 28th World Senior Championship 2018

The 28th World Senior Championship will take place in Bled, Slovenia from November 17 (arrivals) through November 30, 2018 (departures). The tournament venue will be the Congress Centre in Grand Hotel Toplice Bled 5*****. Bled is a place which is well-known to all


Chess Vladimir Kramnik: The Inside Story of a Chess Genius

Vladimir Kramnik: The Inside Story of a Chess Genius by Carsten Hensel (Hardback) BUY HERE Vladimir Kramnik is one of the greatest chess players of all time. From 2000 to 2007, the Russian held the title of Classical World Chess Champion. He contributed significant


Chess FIDE WCCM Game 4: The Defense Holds Again

Game 4: The Defense Holds Again     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12    Score     Carlsen  ? ? ? ?                  2  Caruana  ? ?  ?   ?                 2 Game 4 of the


Chess FIDE WCCM Game 4 review: Correct on the board, but a blunder off

Correct on the board, but a blunder off The fourth game of the world chess championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Fabio Caruana was drawn in 34 moves. The challenger played with the black pieces and had little difficulty in neutralising the world champion's


Chess World Chess Championship Game 4: Draw Again Despite Release Of Caruana’s Training Notes

If the early bird gets the worm, then so too in world championship chess. Today's round four clash at the 2018 world chess championship between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana ended in the shortest draw of the bunch, at less than three hours.... Source


Chess Tata Steel Chess India: Nakamura Holds Slim Lead At Blitz Half

After winning the rapid, Hikaru Nakamura has good chances to also take the first prize at the blitz part of the Tata Steel Chess India tournament in Kolkata. The American grandmaster scored 6.5/9 and is half a point ahead of Wesley So. Mond... Source


Chess Tata Steel Chess India: Slim Lead For Nakamura Halfway Blitz

After winning the rapid, Hikaru Nakamura has good chances to also take the first prize at the blitz part of the Tata Steel Chess India tournament in Kolkata. The American grandmaster scored 6.5/9 and is half a point ahead of Wesley So. Mond... Source


Chess FIDE WCCM Game 3 review: a Missed Opportunity and Sturdy Defence

A Missed Opportunity and Sturdy DefenceThe third game of the world championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana ended in a draw after 49 moves. At first glance this seemed like a pacific affair, but there was plenty going on beneath the surface and


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