Arena Kings Finals Takes Center Stage This Friday

Arena Kings Finals Takes Center Stage This Friday

News
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9 days ago

You can watch all the top players from Arena Kings Season 3 battle it to see who will be crowned champion, today, April 12 at 12 p.m. PDT on www.Twitch.tv/Chess and www.Chess.com/TV.  Chess.com and Twitch will partner once more for sea...

Caruana, So Lead Arch Bishops In PRO Chess Week 1

Caruana, So Lead Arch Bishops In PRO Chess Week 1

NM SamCopeland
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Jan 11, 2019

The 2019 season of the PRO Chess League started strong with thrilling, competitive matchups and zero drawn matches. Only two teams, the Saint Louis Arch Bishops and the Montreal Chessbrahs, scored more than 10 points. Additionally, this year's new...

Bay Area International Makes Chess History

Bay Area International Makes Chess History

FM MikeKlein
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Jan 9, 2019

How can losers be winners? The 2019 Bay Area International in Burlingame, California made several fortunes foggy, but at the end of the nine rounds, the field clarified and several players had reasons to celebrate. First there was GM Le Qua...

SL Narayanan Wins Biggest Titled Tuesday Ever

SL Narayanan Wins Biggest Titled Tuesday Ever

PeterDoggers
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Jan 8, 2019

The year 2019 started strongly with the biggest Titled Tuesday ever held on Chess.com. A field of 388 played, and the winner was GM Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan of India, who finished ahead of e.g. GMs Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So. Since it's ...

Who's The Super-GM Under The Mask?

Who's The Super-GM Under The Mask?

Alessandro_Parodi
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Jan 3, 2019

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's GM Wesley So! The place is Johannesburg, and the occasion is the South African Junior Chess Championship (SAJCC). In the wake of social trends such as Fabiano Caruana's bucket challenge and Magnus Carlsen's ...

Wei Yi Wins Asian Continental Championship

Wei Yi Wins Asian Continental Championship

IM Rakesh
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Dec 19, 2018

Wei Yi scored one of the biggest wins of his individual career by winning the Asian Continental Championship in Makati, Philippines. Wei scored 6.5/9, and won five more Elo points to reach a rating of 2732. He qualified for the 2019 World C...