While I’m a fan of classical time controls for producing the highest level chess games, I have to admit watching rapid games can be more entertaining (“Did Carlsen just blunder his queen?!”) as well as lot easier on a busy schedule.
Posts categorized “Super Grandmaster Chess”
Judges praised Greg’s fresh, insightful perspective and lively writing style.
Judges praised Alejandro’s engaging writing style, providing a detailed view of the tournament’s personalities and scenic environment.
Hikaru Nakamura won the Gibraltar Open (January 23-February 2nd) for the third year in a row- an astonishing feat in a strong Open which always attracts many…
In addition to winning one of the strongest tournaments of the year, Wesley So reached 56 games in his undefeated streak and a new peak rating of 2822.
Judges praised Rogers’ combination of humor and highly knowledgeable recommendations.
Judges praised Daniel’s well-researched article, describing the fascinating historical backdrop of the match.
Days ago, Wesley So broke into the World Top 3 for the first time. Now, his undefeated streak has passed 50 games.
Wesley So’s win today against prodigy super-GM Richard Rapport gives him an extraordinary 47 game undefeated streak.
With the rise of the engines, we chess mortals suddenly have unfettered access to Grandmaster-level analysis at the push of a button.
US Chess Press
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- Kasparov Chess Foundation Celebrates 15th Anniversary with 15 Events »
- Chess Challenge with Former U.S. Women's Champion Alexey Root »
- Showdown in Saint Louis Set for Nov 10-15 »
- Judit Polgar to Lead World Championship Commentary »