83rd Tata Steel 2021 (Wijk aan Zee NED) INFO LIVE RESULTS PGN

The 83rd Tata Steel Chess tournament takes place 15th January (Saturday 16th Jan Round 1) to 31st January 2021. The event will be limited to just the top Masters group where the players are: Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Anish Giri, Alireza Firouzja, Jan-Krzysztof Duda, Pentala Harikrishna, Radoslaw Wojtaszek, Alexander Donchenko (who replaces Daniil Dubov who has been close contact with someone with Covid and has had to self-isolate), Andrey Esipenko, David Anton Guijarro, Jorden van Foreest, Nils Grandelius and Aryan Tari. This feels a very young field...

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The Grand Chess Tour Returns In 2021

  Grand Chess Tour 2021 Players Announced! ♚ 10 full tour participants ♚ 5 Tournaments ♚ $1.275 million prize fund   The Grand Chess Tour Returns In 2021 The World’s Elite Grandmasters Will Compete in Five Over The Board Events From June to August 2021 2021 Grand Chess Tour Schedule Superbet Chess Classic Romania: June 3 – 15, 2021, Bucharest, Romania Paris Rapid & Blitz: June 16 – 23, 2021, Paris, France Croatia Rapid & Blitz: July 5 – 12, 2021, Zagreb, Croatia St Louis Rapid & Blitz: August 9 – 16, 2021, St. Louis, Missouri...

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The International Chess Federation and Chess.com are excited to bring you the first FIDE Online World Corporate Chess Championship, an online team competition that will take place on February 19-21, 2021.

Register Now For The FIDE Online World Corporate Chess Championship The International Chess Federation and Chess.com are excited to bring you the first FIDE Online World Corporate Chess Championship, an online team competition that will take place on February 19-21, 2021. Companies in industries spanning from finance to tech, covering countries all around the world, will unite in this event to grow the game of chess and showcase its importance.   REGISTER...

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Magnus Carlsen volt tavaly a legjobban keresö esport sakkozó, 510 587 dollárral

Magnus Carlsen volt tavaly a legjobban kereső  esport sakkozó,510 587 dollárral Norwegian grandmaster and current world chess champion Magnus Carlsen was the highest-earning esports player in the world last year; the 31-year-old took home a whopping $510,587 for his unparalleled skill on Chess24 http://on.forbes.com   Winners In 2020: Prizes Plummet, Chess Leads Pack The events of 2020 have wreaked havoc on the economy of top-level sports, and despite being played in the comparative safety of online environments, esports also took a major hit. However, that’s not to say the best...

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Banter Blitz with Magnus Carlsen

World Chess Champion Banter Blitz with Magnus Carlsen Magnus Carlsen warms up for TataSteelChess by playing some Banter Blitz tomorrow at 17:00 CET in one of the events accompanying the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour!

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Happy 31st Birthday to Sergey Karjakin!

Happy 31st Birthday to Sergey Karjakin! In 2002, he became the world’s youngest Grandmaster at the age of 12 years and 7 months & went on to develop into the world championship challenger (2016), losing to Carlsen only on tiebreak. 2002-ben a világ legfiatalabb nagymestere lett 12 éves és 7 hónapos korában, és tovább fejlődött a világbajnokság kihívójává (2016), és csak tiebreak-ben vesztett Carlsen ellen. FIDE World Chess Championship Carlsen-Karjakin 2016 VIDEO Results Games Pgn Сhess match Space vs Earth | Sergey Karjakin vs International Space Station | Sergey...

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