Posts categorized "International-events"

The Perpetual Chess Podcast host handicaps the Candidates Tournament and gives the players' odds as the next challenger to World Champion Magnus...… Read More »
Postponed since March 2020, the event that determines the next challenger to World Champion Magnus Carlsen will resume Monday in Yekaterinburg,… Read More »
The American junior stars were solid in the Polgar Challenge, the first event of the $100,000 series showcasing the world's next generation of talent… Read More »
The two Missouri schools each earned a gold and silver medal in the collegiate Blitz and Rapid Championships. UT-RGV won bronze in both events.Read… Read More »
The US Chess Champion stumbled in the semifinals against eventual winner Giri, then dropped the third-place match to the World Champion.Read More »
GM Mikhail Antipov earned bronze in the Open and IM Olga Badelka brought home silver in the Women's Championship. WIM Alicja Sliwicka from UT-RGV… Read More »
The Champions Chess Tour's second "Major" event offers an increased $220,000 prize fund and an invitation to the tour finale in September.Read More »
The fourth tournament in the Champions Chess Tour is a Major event offering $200,000 and an invitation to the September tour finals.Read More »
The nation's chess capital is nearing completion of its 20,000 square foot expansion project, and has October marked for the national championships.… Read More »
The Kasparov Chess Foundation's collegiate team event drew more than 500 players from 72 universities, representing 24 countries from all continents… Read More »

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