Chess Commonwealth Chess Championship begins; Narayanan holds Negi

New Delhi (10 May 10 ) : Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship got of to a surprising start as second seed and leader of Indian challenge in this championship, Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi was held by lower seeded twelve year old Kerala lad Narayanan S L in the


Chess Commonwealth Chess Championship begins, Narayanan holds Negi – Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship 2010, on 9-19th May

Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship got of to a surprising start as second seed and leader of Indian challenge in this championship, Grandmaster Parimarjan Negi was held by lower seeded twelve year old Kerala lad Narayanan S L (elo 1964) in the first round ma


Chess Successful start

Armenia’s GM successfully starts at Champs in KirishiArmenia’s Grand Master Samvel Ter-Sahakian has a successful start at the Chess Championship, entitled “World’s Young Stars”, taking place in Russian town of Kirishi.A spokesperson for the Armenian Chess


Chess Absurdity rules

Absurdity rules Commonwealth chess; Dreev top seedRakesh RaoLogic-defying regulations have often taken the sheen away from the Commonwealth chess medals, particularly those in the age-group section. The absurdity is now absolute with the return of players from the


Chess Parsvnath Commonwealth Championship 2010

The Parsvnath Commonwealth Championship takes place 9th-19th May 2010 but this event is also open and this means players from outside the commonwealth are also competing. Alexey Dreev from Russia is the top seed. Source: The Week in Chess


Chess FIDE Grand Prix in Astrakhan – First round on 10th May, interactive computer analysis on Chessdom – Chessbomb platform

The event is very important as it will determine who will be the second qualifier for the Candidates Matches 2010-2011. As we reported earlier, Levon Aronian has already qualified and opted not to participate. Chessdom


Chess La partida de la semana

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Chess Feodor Skripchenko 1935-2010

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Chess Asian Continental

Jem, if you are reading this column, clip this out of BusinessWorld, frame it and put it on your wall. Let it be recorded that today, May 10, 2010, I predicted that you will soon be an International Grandmaster.

Source: Chess Windows

--> BY: BOBBY ANG (As published in Chess Piece, BusinessWorld, 10 May 2010) The 9th Asian Continental took place from April 20-30, 2010, in the Subic Bay Free Port, Olongapo City. Ni Hua won with 7/9 half a point ahead of Wesley So, Abhijeet Gupta, Jianchao Zhou and


Chess VIEW ANNOTATED GAME: World Chess Championship 2010 ROUND 11

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