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A dejected Sam Shankland
GM Sam Shankland was on pins and needles, helplessly watching the evaluation bar swing back and forth. (Not that he needs an evaluation bar, mind you… Read More »
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The US Chess Executive Board recently approved changes to the Invitational Rating List Regulations. These rating lists are used to determine the… Read More »
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The Official Statement of FIDE Council Image… Read More »
GM Hikaru Nakamura FIDE Grand Prix
Don’t call it a comeback. He’s been here for years. GM Hikaru Nakamura capped off a stunning run in the first leg of the 2022 FIDE Grand Prix with a… Read More »
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The XV Continental Chess Championship of the Americas 2022 will be held May 1-11, 2022 at the Best Western Hotel Terraza, San Salvador, El Salvador.… Read More »
Fabiano Caruana at Tata Steel 2021. Courtesy Jurriaan Hoefsmit – Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2022
It’s back to Wijk.... err... work with the first big tournament of 2022. And — despite some COVID-enforced challenges — what a tournament it looks to… Read More »
Magnus Carlsen, Rd11, 2021 WCh
GM Magnus Carlsen has retained his World Chess Championship on Friday after defeating challenger GM Ian Nepomniachtchi in the 11th game of their… Read More »
Nepo and Carlsen, Rd 10, 2021 World Ch
Faced with the choice to fight or regroup, GM Ian Nepomniachtchi chose the latter in the tenth game of the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship. After… Read More »
Nepomniachtchi, Rd 8
It’s Sunday Funday indeed for GM Magnus Carlsen, who has won a second game at the 2021 FIDE World Championship to take a two-point lead (5-3) in the… Read More »
World Champion GM Magnus Carlsen
Both players were seeing sideways during Saturday's Game 7, the quickest played yet after a record 136-move decisive game on Friday night.Read More »
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