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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

 

Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour Finals benefiting Kiva

The Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour Finals benefiting Kiva is the $300,000 4-player grand finale of the Tour and takes place from 9-20 August 2020 on chess24. Magnus Carlsen and Daniil Dubov won previous Tour events, while Hikaru Nakamura and Ding Liren qualified as the best performing players not to win an event (since Magnus won 3 out of 4). The semi-finals are best of 5 sets, while the final is best of 7.
Each set consists of 4 rapid games with 15 minutes per player for all moves, plus a 10-second increment per move. If the score is tied 2:2 then two 5+3 blitz games are played. If still tied an Armageddon game is played, where White has 5 minutes to Black’s 4, but a draw means Black wins the set. No draw offers are allowed before move 40. 

 

 

 

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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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  • May 19 – June 3 | Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge | $150,000
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Interview with GM Evgeny Tomashevsky

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Interview with GM Evgeny Tomashevsky

Interview with GM Evgeny Tomashevsky Russian Grandmaster Evgeny Tomashevsky about Carlsen’s blunder and Anand’s loss in the 6th game of the World Chess Championship Match 2014 being played at Sochi. Video by Vijay Kumar

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Hungarian Chess League, (2014/2015) Round 2. 2014. november 16.

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Hungarian Chess League, (2014/2015) Round 2. 2014. november 16.

2.Forduló 2014.november 16. Hazai csapat Eredmény Vendég csapat Szigetszentmiklós 1.5 – 10.5 Budapesti Titánok Aquaprofit-NTSK 7 – 5 MLTC Pénzügyőr SE 6 – 6 Dunaharaszti MTK ASS-Makói SVSE – ASE Paks HVSE-Infraplan 9 – 3 HÜSI SC Szigetszentmiklós 1.5 – 10.5 Budapesti Titánok Cím Élő Szigetszentmiklós Eredmény Budapesti Titánok Élő Cím 1. IM 2242 Szalánczy Emil 0 – 1 Horváth József 2506 GM 2. IM 2248 dr. Kahn Evarth 1/2 – 1/2 Csonka Balázs 2409 FM 3. FM 2236 Grimm...

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Carlsen blunders but wins! Game 6 video recap – Félido

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Carlsen blunders but wins! Game 6 video recap – Félido

A sakkvilágbajnokság nem várt izgalmakat hozott a félidőre, ebből szemezgetünk most. A szicíliai védelem Paulsen-változatában Magnus Carlsen stílusának is megfelelően kezdeményezett, Anand védekezésre kényszerült. Majd a 26. lépésben az alábbi állás jött ki. Magnus 26.Kd2?? lépésére Ananad nem ütött le Hxe5! re. Carlsen nagyot hibázott, de megnyerte a vb-döntő 6. partiját. A másik kérdés ebből adódik, hogy Anand mekkorát. Nyilván nem mennék azokba a dolgokba bele, amit már erről a partiról leírtak,...

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Espen Agdestein: Norwegian media are doing pioneering work

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Espen Agdestein: Norwegian media are doing pioneering work

Espen Agdestein: Norwegian media are doing pioneering work Chessdom’s Chief Editor Goran Urosevic spoke to Espen Adgestein, manager to World Champion Magnus Carlsen, about television and media coverage of World Championship Match 2014 in Norway. Video by Vijay Kumar, photo Espen with NRK by Anastasya Karlovich Chessdom: Mr.Agdestein, game 6 of the World Championship Mach is now in progress and many commentators online agree that this is a dream position for Magnus Carlsen. Is this an opinion that you agree with? Agdestein: I’m happy to...

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GM Alexander Ipatov is Turkish Chess Champion

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GM Alexander Ipatov is Turkish Chess Champion

GM Alexander Ipatov is Turkish Chess Champion The 2014 Turkish Individual Chess Championship took place on 1-15th November 2014 in Buldan, a town and a district of Denizli Province in the inner Aegean Region of Turkey. The event was 13-round closed tournament, consisting of 14 players. First place and gold medal is for the young star and2012 World junior champion GM Alexander Ipatov (2608). He concluded with 9,5/13, half a point ahead of IM Burak Firat and a point ahead of GM Yilmaz Mustafa. Türkiye’nin İlk Üçü; Alexander...

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2014 Romanian Team Chess Championships

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2014 Romanian Team Chess Championships

2014 Romanian Team Chess Championships The 2014 edition of the Romanian Team Chess Championships is taking place on 7-16th November 2014 in Calimanesti-Caciulata, a town in southern Romania. The event is topped by GM Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu GER (2652), GM Vladimir Baklan UKR (2651), GM Ivan Ivanisevic SRB (2643), GM Constantin Lupulescu ROM (2643) and GM Zbynek Hracek CZE (2636). Starting rank No. Name FideID RtgI RtgN FED Team Bo. 1 GM Nisipeanu Liviu-Dieter 1202758 2652 0 GER CLUBUL DE SAH AL MUN. BAIA MARE 1 2 GM Baklan...

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Kenya nets 5000 sets from Kasparov (KCF)

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Kenya nets 5000 sets from Kasparov (KCF)

Kenya nets 5000 sets from Kasparov (KCF) Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF) has been a welcome presence on the continent of Africa in the past few years. After losing a bitter battle for FIDE President, former world champion Garry Kasparov noted that one thing he had discovered during the campaign was Africa. He has continued to make the vast continent one of his main initiatives in chess development. Recently it was reported on Kasparov Chess Foundation website that 5000 chess sets and boards had finally cleared customs after inspections. Now...

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Vietnamese success at First Saturday Budapest

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Vietnamese success at First Saturday Budapest

Vietnamese success at First Saturday Budapest A new born Vietnamese GM won the First Saturday Budapest GM event this month proving that his GM title is really right not only results of some occasional performances. GM-s dominated the event leaving no rooms to any title norms for the candidates. Rk. Name FED RtgI Pts. TB1 Rp n w we w-we K rtg+/- 1 GM Nguyen Huynh Minh Huy VIE 2492 6.5 28.25 2500 10 6.5 6.36 0.14 10 1.4 2 GM Varga Zoltan HUN 2470 6.0 27.50 2467 10 6 6.02 -0.02 10 -0.2 3 GM Flumbort Andras...

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IV Budapest Open and V International Master Tournament (Photo Report)

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IV Budapest Open and V International Master Tournament (Photo Report)

IV Budapest Open and V International Master Tournament (Photo Report) Hungary abounds with chess tournaments of all kind – for amateurs, professionals, closed ones specifically designed for norms and many other forms of chess promotion. The Budapest Open, accompanied with GM and IM tournaments, since its inception, five years ago, is getting in popularity and international acclaim. As IM Eric Kislik (USA) says: ‘I like to play in the Sarkany GM tournament every year because it is one of the strongest events in Hungary.’ This chess event,...

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Mikhail Tal Memorial 2014 Blitz 13-14th November in Sochi – Oroszország

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Mikhail Tal Memorial 2014 Blitz 13-14th November in Sochi – Oroszország

Mamedyarov Clinches $20,000 First Prize at Tal Memorial Blitz Shakhriyar Mamedyarov clinched the first prize at the Tal Memorial blitz tournament in Sochi, Russia. The Azerbaijani GM took home U.S. $20,000 for two fine days at the office. Alexander Grischuk almost caught Mamedyarov in the last few rounds, but had to be satisfied with second place (worth $15,000). Boris Gelfand, Alexander Morozevich and Sergey Karjakin tied for third (all got $9,000). The Tal Memorial Blitz, held in memory of the 8th world champion, was held on Thursday and...

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