Round 4 of the Sinquefield Cup was just as uneventful as Round 3 if you only look at the results. Despite five draws, the games still featured some very interesting scuffles between the players. The lack of decisive games only proves that the play... | Read More
YourNextMove BlitzLeuven, BelgiumJun 17-20Anand, Carlsen, Nakamura, Caruana, So, Aronian, Vachier-Lagrave, Giri, Topalov, Kramnik. Carlsen wins the Blitz and the combined results with 23 points, ahead of Wesley So with 20.5.
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Born in Moscow, Russia (U.S.S.R.) on January 29, 1966, Maxim Dlugy made his way to the U.S. with his parents in 1977, settling New York City. His maternal grandfather sparked his interest in chess at the tender age of... | Read More
Kholmov used to produce brilliant games and now and then could beat any of the Soviet elite..........when he was not altogether drunk. From the long list of stories and jokes arising from his habit, here is one as told by Karpov:
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World's Top-10 chess players battle it out in 4-day tournament
The greatest chess tournament ever staged in Belgium,Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour, will take place in the historic Town Hall of Leuven from Friday 17 June until Monday 20 J... | Read More