Chess Russian Team Championships 2010

The Russian Team Chess Championships take place in Dagomys 1st-10th April 2010. Premier, Major and Women's competitions. Defending Champions are Tomsk-400 (Ruslan Ponomariov, Alexander Motylev, Viktor Bologan etc). The Elo favourites are: Economist-SGSEU - 1 (Wang


Chess 33rd Open Donostia-San Sebastian 2010

The 33rd San Sebastian International Open took place March 28th - April 4th 2010 in the new chess club of Gros Xake Taldea. Aramis Alvarez Pedraza took clear first place with 7.5/9. Source: The Week in Chess


Chess Chess Champion Vasily Smylov dies. Obituary Part 4

Malcolm Pein continues his review of the 7th World Chess Champion Vasily Smylsov's career. Smyslov died at the age of 89 (1921-2010) in Moscow on the 27th March 2010. Here he looks at a win against Anatoly Karpov and another win against Zoltan Ribli in the 1983 Can


Chess Chess Champion Vasily Smylov dies. Obituary Part 3

Malcolm Pein continues his review of the 7th World Chess Champion Vasily Smylsov's career. Smyslov died at the age of 89 (1921-2010) in Moscow on the 27th March 2010. Here he looks at Smyslov's win against Zoltan Ribli in the 1983 Candidates. Source: The Week in


Chess Chess Champion Vasily Smylov dies. Obituary Part 2

Malcolm Pein continues his review of the 7th World Chess Champion Vasily Smylsov's career. Smyslov died at the age of 89 (1921-2010) in Moscow on the 27th March 2010. Here he looks at Smyslov's battles against Botvinnik. Source: The Week in Chess


Chess No MTel 2010 in Sofia

In a Silvio Danailov interview with ChessDom he has confirmed there will be no MTel tournament in 2010. The sponsorship and organisation of the World Chess Championship match between Anand and Topalov in Sofia has taken time and resources away from organising the e


Chess Vasily Smyslov dies at the age of 89

The 7th World Chess Champion Vasily Vasilyevich Smyslov (1921-2010) has died at the age of 89 in Moscow. Source: The Week in Chess


Chess 4NCL 2009-10

The 4NCL takes place Sat 24th Oct 2009 - 3rd May The latest weekend 27th-28th March 2010 saw round 7 and 8. Live coverage available. Source: The Week in Chess


Chess Carlsen and Ivanchuk share the spoils at Amber

Magnus Carlsen and Vassily Ivanchuk shared first place at the 2010 Amber tournament. In a dramatic final round Carlsen dropped his queen against Alexander Grischuk in the blindfold but won the rapid game. Ivanchuk won a wonderful game against Boris Gelfand. Sour


Chess Carlsen leads Amber with a round to go

Magnus Carlsen took the lead at Amber with a round to play after a 2-0 victory over Ruslan Ponomariov that included a 100 move Rapid Chess victory in a rook and pawn endgame that began from a position where a draw would normally be agreed. Source: The Week in Ch


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