Sinquefield 2014 full report – live

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Interview with GM Chuchelov – Caruana’s Coach

Interview with GM Chuchelov – Caruana’s Coach ChessBase conducts an exclusive interview with the World’s strongest chess trainer. GM Vladimir Chuchelov has coached top players such as Van Wely, Radjabov, Giri, and is currently seconding Fabiano Caruana in the Sinquefield Cup. Read on to discover the insights into Caruana’s preparation to the strongest tournament in history. Interview by Alisa Melekhina. Background and Start of Coaching Career Grandmaster Vladimir Chuchelov was born in Moscow, Russia in 1969. Upon getting involved with chess, his permanent trainer became Abram...

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Sinquefield Cup ends on a quiet note after all the excitement

Sinquefield Cup ends on a quiet note after all the excitement Fabiano Caruana finished the Sinquefield Cup with 8.5/10 after a quiet draw with Levon Aronian in the final round. With his seven wins in a row and missed chances in rounds 8 and 9 he could only spoil things with a final loss and he duely ended his tournament with a draw offer on move 30, the earliest he could according to the rules of the competition. It’s very tiring to maintain such a run and Caruana showed fatigue towards the end and seemed to be glad to finish the event undefeated. Kasparov pointed out that after his...

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Sport TV, Sakkk! – Csonka Balázs

Sport TV, Sakkk! – Csonka Balázs

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Szirmai Eduárd „A sakkozás mindig menedék volt”

Szirmai Eduárd „A sakkozás mindig menedék volt” Szirmai Eduárd „A sakkozás mindig menedék volt” Eduárd, elnézésedet kérem, hogy kisebb késéssel köszöntelek, az év elején voltál 85 éves. Kérlek, beszélj a kezdetekről, mik voltak az első lépéseid az életben és a sakktáblán? 1929. február 2-án születtem – Edward Stone néven – New York Cityben. Egyetlen gyerek voltam, nem voltak testvéreim. Nagyszüleim és szüleim Magyarországról vándoroltak ki. Erről mindig József Attila sorai jutnak eszembe: „Sok urunk nem volt rest, se kába,...

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