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  • Praggnanandhaa grabs 1st GM norm, Tari leads

    chess24 News Nov 22, 2017 | 09:57 am

    12-year-old Praggnanandhaa’s win over Awonder Liang in Round8 of the World Junior Championship in Tarvisio took his performance rating to2749 and guaranteed him his first grandmaster norm. He might not stop there,though, since with only three rounds to go he’s[…]

  • Fedoseev stars in Eliseev Memorial

    chess24 News Nov 20, 2017 | 19:01 pm

    Vladimir Fedoseev conceded just a single draw to MaximMatlakov as he won the Eliseev Memorial with a commanding 4.5/5. It was anunusual tournament, organised by Daniil Dubov in memory of his friend YuriEliseev, who died last year at the age[…]

  • Praggnanandhaa beats World Junior top seed

    chess24 News Nov 17, 2017 | 12:13 pm

    12-year-old Praggnanandhaa could beat Sergey Karjakin’srecord to become the youngest grandmaster in history if he wins the WorldJunior Championship taking place just now in Tarvisio, Italy. That would be anunlikely achievement for the 26th seed in a ferociously competitive event,[…]

  • Champions Showdown 6: Fun end to a massacre

    chess24 News Nov 15, 2017 | 11:57 am

    Magnus Carlsen crushed Ding Liren 67:25 and, if FIDE rulesdidn’t make Tuesday’s games in St. Louis ineligible, would have crossed 3000 onthe blitz rating list, but strangely the final day of their match went muchbetter for the Chinese no. 1.[…]

  • Champions Showdown 5: Magnus on another level

    chess24 News Nov 14, 2017 | 10:47 am

    Ding Liren seemed to get off to the perfect start onMonday when he beat Magnus Carlsen in the first game of the day, but it turnedout he’d just woken the Kraken. Magnus went on to win six and draw one[…]

  • Champions Showdown 4: Naka, Fabi & So triumph

    chess24 News Nov 13, 2017 | 15:02 pm

    US stars Hikaru Nakamura, Fabiano Caruana and Wesley Socrushed Veselin Topalov, Alexander Grischuk and Leinier Dominguez in blitz totake the $60,000 winner’s prize in their matches. That theme of utterdomination continued in the other match, where World Champion Magnus Carlsenopened[…]

  • Champions Showdown 3: Magnus joins the party

    chess24 News Nov 12, 2017 | 13:33 pm

    Magnus Carlsen won the final game of the first day to openup a 5-point lead over Ding Liren as their Champions Showdown match finallybegan on Saturday in St. Louis. The other matches had reached the 10-minutestage, but although Alexander Grischuk[…]

  • Champions Showdown 2: The fastest hand wins

    chess24 News Nov 11, 2017 | 13:36 pm

    The three speed specialists lead their matches in St. Louis,with Hikaru Nakamura and Leinier Dominguez opening commanding 13-point leadsover Veselin Topalov and Wesley So, while Alexander Grischuk has a narrow4-point advantage over Fabiano Caruana. A time scramble caused by the[…]

  • Champions Showdown 1: Naka & Dominguez lead

    chess24 News Nov 10, 2017 | 11:46 am

    Hikaru Nakamura and Leinier Dominguez took the lead in theirmatches against Veselin Topalov and Wesley So, but the match of the first dayof the Champions Showdown in St. Louis was Caruana-Grischuk. They traded winsbut also played the day’s most memorable[…]

  • Carlsen & Ding Liren in Champions Showdown

    chess24 News Nov 8, 2017 | 18:12 pm

    World Champion Magnus Carlsen will play 30 rapid and blitzgames against Chinese no. 1 Ding Liren in a 4-day match in St. Louis as part ofthe Champions Showdown. The prize fund is $100,000 with $60,000 for the winner,but that’s just[…]

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