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LIVE! – Vasárnap startol – Magnus Carlsen versenysorozatának döntője: 2020-08-09- 20 – Carlsen – Ding Liren, Nakamura – Dubov

 

Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour starts Sunday, with Magnus Carlsen, Daniil Dubov, Ding Liren and Hikaru Nakamura

 

 

 

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Magnus on only losing a single match in his Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour: “They just have to step it up!” “I have lost one match, against Nakamura, and in my mind that’s too many!”

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Bánusz Tamás és Papp Petra Magyar Rapid Sakkbajnok

 

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Lékó Péter Jerevánból gratulált!

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Lékó Péter Jerevánból gratulált!

Lékó Péter Jerevánból gratulált! Lékó Péter a Pick Szeged csapatánaknk nagy szurkolója , Lékó a Kiel elleni meccsen nem lehetett ott a lelátón, azonban emailben gratulált a csapatnak! Az egész család nevében gratulálok Jerevánból! Hatalmas élmény volt ez a meccs még így az interneten keresztül is! Érezni lehetett a fantasztikus hangulatot a csarnokban és zseniális teljesítményt nyújtott a csapat! Nagyon sok szerencsét kívánunk a visszavágóra is!! Csak előre!! Hajrá Pick...

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Gaioz Nigalidze banned for cheating at the Dubai Open Chess Tournament

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Gaioz Nigalidze banned for cheating at the Dubai Open Chess Tournament

Gaioz Nigalidze banned for cheating at the Dubai Open Chess Tournament   Gaioz Nigalidze, winner of the Georgian championship in 2013 and 2014, used a smart phone hidden in a toilet to consult moves with a chess computer. A chess Grandmaster has been banned from the Dubai Open Chess Tournament after he was found to have used an electronic device during a match. GM Gaioz Nigalidze of Georgia was caught by tournament officials consulting a device hidden in one of the toilet cubicles of the Dubai Chess and Culture Club during his...

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Garry Kasparov on the Wesley So Incident: “This Rule Was Invented by a Bunch of Idiots at FIDE”

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Garry Kasparov on the Wesley So Incident: “This Rule Was Invented by a Bunch of Idiots at FIDE”

Garry Kasparov on the Wesley So Incident: “This Rule Was Invented by a Bunch of Idiots at FIDE” During the last round of the US Championship last night, Garry Kasparov joined the the online broadcast on the official tournament site and was invited to share his impressions of the tournament.       “It is always fighting chess, something which I am sure everyone enjoys. It seems to me that Hikaru is winning, which is as expected. Though I am afraid that the championship might be remembered for a very sad...

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FIDE Women’s World Championship viewed by more than 1 million people

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FIDE Women’s World Championship viewed by more than 1 million people

FIDE Women’s World Championship viewed by more than 1 million people The final statistics have been reported for the broadcasting of the FIDE Women’s World Championship held in Sochi between March 16 and April 5, 2015. The daily audience of the Championship games’ Internet broadcasts exceeded 100,000 spectators from 201 countries. The online broadcast of the event was organized in English and in Russian by the Russian Chess Federation on the tournament’s website (sochi2015.fide.com) and the RCF’s website (ruchess.ru). During three...

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Mariya Muzychuk thanks the World Champions

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Mariya Muzychuk thanks the World Champions

In response to the congratulatory letters and telegrams from World Champions Boris Spassky, Anatoly Karpov, and Vladimir Kramnik, published on the RCF website, the 15th Women’s World Champion Mariya Muzychuk sent her open letter of gratitude to the Russian Chess Federation. Dear Boris Vassilyevich, Anatoly Evgenyevich, and Vladimir Borisovich! Many thanks for your congratulations and warm words! For me this is a great honor to hear from you, for you like no one else know the cost of such victory. My generation grew up on your books. Many of...

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Ruslan Ponomariov: “I Expected to See Both Muzychuk Sisters in the Final”

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Ruslan Ponomariov: “I Expected to See Both Muzychuk Sisters in the Final”

Ruslan Ponomariov: “I Expected to See Both Muzychuk Sisters in the Final” Ruslan Ponomariov has not been able to congratulate Mariya Muzychuk personally on winning the world championship. “But our men’s team soon flies to Armenia and the women to China. Maybe we will run into each other somewhere and speak”, hopes the grandmaster, who himself became FIDE knockout world champion back in 2001. p> In Ponomariov’s words, he was following the championship in Sochi and even expected that the final would be...

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Magnus Carlsen’s Problem #4: King in the Middle

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Magnus Carlsen’s Problem #4: King in the Middle

Magnus Carlsen’s Problem #4: King in the Middle click on image video

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Interjú Maros Levente szüleivel

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Interjú Maros Levente szüleivel

Interjú Maros Levente szüleivel click on image video

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GM Humpy Koneru to lead India at FIDE World Women’s Team Championship 2015

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GM Humpy Koneru to lead India at FIDE World Women’s Team Championship 2015

GM Humpy Koneru to lead India at FIDE World Women’s Team Championship 2015 The World Women’s Team Championship is organized by the Chinese Chess Federation and FIDE from 18-29th April, 2015, in Chengdu, China. The championship will be played in round robin system with 9 rounds. Each team will play against with all other teams. Colors and starting numbers will be drawn at opening ceremony or technical meeting. The time control: 90 minutes for 40 moves, 30 minutes to the end, and 30 seconds increment per move starting from move 1. The...

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Interview with Natalia Pogonina

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Interview with Natalia Pogonina

Interview with Natalia Pogonina Peter Zhdanov – Natalia, my congratulations to you for an inspiring performance! What were your expectations for the Women’s World Chess Championship? The bookmakers didn’t seem to have a lot of confidence in you: one company estimated the odds of you winning the event at 1:41, while the no.1 favorite’s chances, according to their assessment, were almost thirteen times higher. Did you set any goals before the tournament? Natalia Pogonina – I don’t pay attention to such forecasts. Humans are...

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