5th GRENKE Chess Classic 2018, Karlsruhe Round2

5th GRENKE Chess Classic 2018, Karlsruhe Round2 MVL wins the big clash against Anand, while Carlsen, Aronian and Vitiugov also win on a good day for White at GRENKEChess! MAGNUS CARLSEN Grenke Chess Classic 2018 31 Mar – 9 Apr 2018 The 2018 GRENKE Chess Classic is a 10-player round-robin held in Germany from 31 March to 9 April. LIVE GRENKE Chess Classic 2018 (Games and Results-PGN) [Event “5th GRENKE Chess Classic 2018”] [Site “Karlsruhe”] [Date “2018.04.01”] [Round “2”] [White “Carlsen, Magnus”] [Black...

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MESTERKURZUS FALS HANGOKKAL

MESTERKURZUS FALS HANGOKKAL PORTISCH LAJOST IS BÁNTJA SAKKOZÁSUNK HANYATLÁSA ÉS AZ ÉRDEKTELENSÉG Kedden az olasz–amerikai Fabiano Caruana győzelmével véget ért a világbajnokjelöltek nyolcfős tornája – magyar sakkozó a közelébe sem került annak, hogy meghívást nyerjen a versenyre. Egy nappal később az Európa-bajnokságon legjobb magyarként Erdős Viktor a 43. lett. A vasárnaptól hivatalos friss világranglistán Rapport Richárd a legmagasabban jegyzett magyar, de ő is csupán a 30. Megállíthatatlannak tetszik a magyar sakkozás lecsúszása. Portisch...

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Anna Muzychuk wins European – ACP Women Blitz Championship.

Anna Muzychuk wins European – ACP Women Blitz Championship. Anna Muzychuk Becomes European Women’s Blitz Champion Elisabeth Paehtz is second, Monika Socko wins bronze. The European – ACP Women Blitz Championship finished in Tbilisi. 77 chess players from 16 countries took part in the event. Anna Muzychuk (Ukraine) scored 10 points out of 13 to become the European women’s blitz champion. 2-4 places were shared by Elisabeth Paehtz (2nd place, Germany), Monika Socko (3rd place, Poland), and Ana Matnadze (4th place, Spain) with 9.5 points. The Russians Valentina...

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Elisabeth Paehtz Wins European – ACP Women Rapid Championship

Elisabeth Paehtz wins European – ACP Women Rapid Championship. Anastasia Bodnaruk finishes second. European ACP Women Rapid 2018 2018-03-30 – 2018-04-01 The European – ACP Women Rapid Championship finished in Tbilisi. 78 chess players from 16 countries participated in the event. Elisabeth Paehtz (Germany), Anastasia Bodnaruk, Alexandra Kosteniuk (both from Russia), Anna Muzychuk, and Anna Ushenina (both from Ukraine) scored 8 points out of 11 to share the 1st place. Paehtz edged out other competitors on tie-break to become the rapid champion of the Old World. Thanks...

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