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MVL Wins Blitz As Revamped Norway Chess Begins

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The 2019 Altibox Norway Chess tournament took off on Monday with the traditional blitz tournament to determine the pairing numbers. The tournament was won by Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, while Alexander Grischuk stole the show at the press conference. The seventh edition of the annual elite tournament in Stavanger, Norway was opened on Monday with a cheerful press conference. The main focus there was on the new tournament format: Players who draw their game will play an Armageddon game right after, forcing...

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Three rounds have been played at the women's candidates' tournament in Kazan, Russia. Enjoying their first rest day, Aleksandra Goryachkina (Russia) and Nana Dzagnidze (Georgia) lead with 2.5/3. It might have taken approximately 20 years and a FIDE metamorphosis to reinstate the women's candidates' tournament to its former glory, but as the Tartars say, "Соң булса да, уң булсын" or as it is commonly known in English: better late than never. And that is why in the sports city of Kazan, eight of the...

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"What a stupid question!" I bet this is the natural reaction of many readers once they see the title of this article. Indeed it is a dream of any chess fan to play like Magnus Carlsen.  OK, let me rephrase the original question: Should we play our openings exactly the same way Magnus Carlsen does? You would be surprised, but for the majority of chess players the answer is a resounding no! Magnus Carlsen. | Photo: Maria Emelianova/ Whenever I attend a scholastic tournament,...

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Garry Kasparov and a game you should not miss (+ Video)

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Hello my friends. Today I bring another chess gem. Garry Kasparov was 13 years old in the moment he played this against Smbat G. Lputian. There are pawns and pieces sacrifices, interceptions, deflections, important strategic maneuvers. I find this game really instructive and that's why I analyzed it, I really enjoyed this one. He played as black his favorite King's Indian Defense (KID), we can find here some typical ideas for those who play these lines.   Analysis about Lputian vs Kasparov,...

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The PRO Chess League Summer Series kicked off last night with Group A action as Chengdu, San Diego, Saint Louis, and San Francisco each took their first steps to qualify for the PRO Chess League Summer Series Championships this August. On opening night, fan participation proved to be key as both the San Francisco Mechanics and the Chengdu Pandas won their respective Live Club Matches, while Saint Louis' GM Varuzhan Akobian used the Arch Bishops' fan advantage to win the Knockout Battles. With...

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In general, when a very strong player faces a lesser one, the result is usually easy to guess. However, once in a while the “victim” turns the tables and devours the giant. In this article I will give you six games where the little fish somehow eats the big fish. It’s up to you to see if you could have done the same. Some are difficult, but this isn’t about ego. Instead, do your best, then look at the hidden notes by clicking the “?” at the bottom of the board...

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Sponsored by Chesskid, the Junior Speed Chess Championship continues on Monday with its fourth match, between Sam Sevian of the USA and Nihal Sarin of India. Alireza Firouzja defeated José Martinez with the biggest margin in the championship so far. On Monday, we'll find out the next opponent for the Iranian rising star. You can watch Sam Sevian vs. Nihal Sarin on Monday, June 3 at 9 a.m. Pacific (18:00 CEST) with expert commentary on and Born...

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This month we released "Games That Changed Chess History" by IM Anna Rudolf. Rudolf is always a dedicated and vibrant presenter, and in this series, she breaks down ten important games which impacted the course of chess. It's a great introduction to some spectacular games and a valuable overview of chess. Try This Course Course Outline This course features ten distinct lessons covering hundreds of years of chess history. While the course presents a satisfying narrative when completed sequentially,...

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