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  • Kasparov opens USA vs. World match in St. Louis

    chess24 News Jul 27, 2017 | 18:39 pm

    “Now we have the future,” said Garry Kasparov as he openedthe Match of the Millennials in St. Louis. The event sees US and Rest of theWorld teams compete in U14 and U17 age categories, with some of the world’s topjuniors[…]

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  • Morozevich entertains at 50th Biel Chess Festival

    chess24 News Jul 27, 2017 | 00:23 am

    The 50th Biel Chess Festival has brought some chesslegends back into the limelight, with former champions Anatoly Karpov and Vlastimil Hort playing in theopening rapid knockout, while 65-year-old Rafael Vaganian is playing inthe main 10-player round-robin. Perhaps the highlight so[…]

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  • Grischuk storms to victory over Yu Yangyi

    chess24 News Jul 25, 2017 | 14:06 pm

    Afterthe quiet start and rest day it was all about Alexander Grischuk in Jiayuguan, as the Russian star won one rook ending andone crushing attacking game to triumph 3:1 in his match against China’s YuYangyi and claim the $20,000 first[…]

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  • Dortmund 7: Wojtaszek's career best win

    chess24 News Jul 24, 2017 | 14:21 pm

    Radek Wojtaszek beat Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu in Sunday’sfinal round to win the 2017 Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting. Only a win woulddo, since Vladimir Fedoseev crushed Wang Yue and would have taken the title onthe tiebreak of most wins if Wojtaszek had[…]

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  • Dortmund 6: The draw curse continues

    chess24 News Jul 23, 2017 | 10:51 am

    Radek Wojtaszek squandered a win against Matthias Bluebaumand then lamented, “that’s somehow the story of the tournament - there are manywinning chances, but everything ends in a draw”. The Polish no. 1 still goesinto the last round half a point[…]

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  • Dortmund 5: Wang Yue's win gives Wojtaszek lead

    chess24 News Jul 22, 2017 | 11:48 am

    Bottom-placed Wang Yue ground down co-leader MatthiasBluebaum to leave Radek Wojtaszek as the sole leader with two rounds of thisyear’s Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting to go. The real action was elsewhere,though, with Vladimir Kramnik and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave sacrificing pieceswith abandon,[…]

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  • Slow start to the Grischuk-Yu Yangyi match

    chess24 News Jul 21, 2017 | 18:22 pm

    Alexander Grischuk and Yu Yangyi have started a $30,000 4-game classical match in Jiayuguan, a city in the far northwest of China at the foot of the Great Wall. Perhaps the journeys there, and Yu Yangyi's previous event in Danzhou,[…]

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  • Danzhou 6-9: Wei Yi wins first supertournament

    chess24 News Jul 21, 2017 | 14:02 pm

    Wei Yi played one more majestic game in Danzhou –sacrificing an exchange for long-term compensation against Vladimir Malakhov –before cruising to victory with three effortless draws. That approach gave hisrivals some hope of catching him, with Le Quang Liem in[…]

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  • Dortmund 4: Andreikin’s incredible escape

    chess24 News Jul 20, 2017 | 13:40 pm

    Matthias Bluebaum is still the joint leader in Dortmundafter four rounds, but he’ll need the full rest day to recover from failing toconvert being a rook for a pawn up against Dmitry Andreikin. That extraordinarygame ended drawn in 121 moves[…]

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  • Dortmund 3: Kramnik and MVL thwarted… again

    chess24 News Jul 19, 2017 | 08:35 am

    Matthias Bluebaum and Radoslaw Wojtaszek continue to lead inDortmund after holding Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Vladimir Kramnik to drawswith the black pieces in Round 3. Both MVL and Kramnik pushed g4 in an attemptto score their first wins, but both only[…]

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