2014 Year in Review

2014 Year in Review Sokfelé jártunk: A teljesség igénye nélkül. 2014 Year in Review from Facebook on Vimeo. World chess championship 2014 – Carlsen vs Anand World chess championship 2014 – Carlsen vs Anand Press Conference with Magnus Carlsen Press Conference with Viswanathan Hungover? Tired? Asleep? No, world champion. At least for now. pic.twitter.com/Dgm7iXGghy#anandcarlsen2014 live: http://t.co/y6Lz7gJ47G — FirstpostSports (@FirstpostSports) November 18, 2014 Csodagyerekek adtak leckét sakkból ismert győrieknek és az első magyar űrhajósnak! –...

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3rd Al Ain Chess Classic 2014

3rd Al Ain Chess Classic 2014 At stake in the tournament is a total of $50,000 in cash prizes. A strong field of 150 players including 43 Grandmasters, 9 Woman Grandmasters and 14 International Masters have come from 27 countries. Aside from the host country, India has the largest delegation with 31 players followed by Azerbaijan with 23, and Ukraine and Iran with 11 each. Krivoruchko, Kuzubov, Zhigalko, Areschenko, Mamedov, Petrosian, Sokolov, Shankland… Games are broadcast live at the alainchess.com web site with results and standings in chess-results.com. See Results, Pairings and...

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Montenegro Chess Championships 2014

Montenegro Chess Championships 2014 The 2014 Montenegro Chess Championships took place from 10-20th December in the country capital Podgorica as part of the “December Days of Chess”. The men’s tournament event was a 12-player round-robin, held in the hall of the National Library “Radosav Ljumovic”, gathering the members of the Montenegro Olympic team, as well as the promising young players. Grandmaster Nikola Djukic convincingly won the men’s championship with 8,5/11 poins, leaving IM Luka Draskovic a full point behind. This is Djukic’s fourth consecutive and fifth overall...

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Match Tournament of the Generations “Nutcracker” 2014

The Nutcracker Match of the Generations takes place 20th to 25th December 2014 in Moscow. A Scheveningen chess tournament with a team of experienced “Kings” (Leko, Shirov, Dreev and Morozevich) take on a team of younger players “Princes” (Artemiev, Fedoseev, Dubov and Oparin). Starts with 4 Classical game then two days with 8 rapid games. Official...

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World U–16 Chess Olympiad 2014 Photo!/Video

Opening Ceremony The opening ceremony of the World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad for teams in Gyor/Hungary was held yesterday in the National Theatre in Gyor. Mr. Miklos Sesztak, the President of the Hungarian Chess Federation and Minister of National Development greeted the participants with the words of Benjamin Franklin and confirmed: the Hungarian Federation would apply for the organization of the adult chess Olympiad in 2020. Day 0 of U-16 video click on image PHOTO PHOTO round 1-7 Save All Images > The Hungarian Players Save All Images U16 Chess Olympiad Hungary 2014 Round...

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European Blitz Chess Championship 2014: David Navara convincing winner

DAVID NAVARA WON THE BLITZ ECC! On 19 December 2014 by admin The European Championship in Blitz took place on Friday in the Centennial Hall in Wroclaw. Czech Grandmaster David Navara was the best among the 600 players. Jan Krzysztof Duda, a 16-year old Polish player took the second place, and the winner of the third place was a Spanish player Ivan Lopez Salgado. More than 600 players from 31 countries competed for the title of the best European player in the Centennial Hall. Czech Grandmaster David Navara from the beginning was a leading player and won game after game. In the 9th round he won...

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