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Πρωτοχρονιάτικο τουρνουά Chess Square στη μνήμη Γιάννη Σταματόπουλου

Skakistiko - 7 hours 31 min ago


Στον πολύ όμορφο και φιλικό χώρο του εντευκτηρίου Chess Square (Μακρυνίτσας 3, Αμπελόκηποι) θα γίνει από τις 1 έως τις 8 Ιανουαρίου το πρωτοχρονιάτικο όπεν που διοργανώνουν ο ΣΟ Θωμάς Γεωργίου και ο ΣΟ Αμπελοκήπων.
Το τουρνουά φέτος είναι αφιερωμένο στη μνήμη του αγαπημένου Γιάννη Σταματόπουλου που διετέλεσε στο παρελθόν πρόεδρος του ΣΟΑ αλλά και στα τελευταία χρόνια δραστήριος και ιδιαίτερα αποτελεσματικός σκακιστής στην ομάδα του ΣΟ Θωμάς Γεωργίου.
Οι αγώνες θα διεξαχθούν με ελβετικό σύστημα 9 γύρων (διπλός γύρος το Σάββατο 6 Ιαν.) με γενική ώρα έναρξης τις 6 μμ. εκτός από τον 6ο γύρο που θα γίνουν αγώνες και το πρωί, στις 10.30.
Τα συνολικά έπαθλα για τους νικητές είναι 1.740€ (1ος νικητής 600€).
Λεπτομέρειες για τις δηλώσεις συμμετοχής καθώς και την πλήρη προκήρυξη με ό,τι χρειάζεται να αναφερθεί για το οργανωτικό μέρος μπορείτε να διαβάσετε στο σάιτ του Chess Square εδώ
Οι πρώτες καταγεγραμμένες συμμετοχές δημοσιεύονται και ανανεώνονται στα chess-results εδώ

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Russia and India Green leading World Youth Chess Olympiad

Chessdom - 22 hours 26 min ago

Two rounds were played on the second day of the World Youth Chess Olympiad 2017 being held at the Karnavati Club in Ahmedabad. After a comfortable first day for all the top seeds, the second day already witnessed some surprising turnarounds.

In the second round, the top seeds India Green successfully fended off the Turkish challenge with wins on the first two boards. GM Aryan Chopra managed to beat FM Denis Ozen, rated 2412 with the black pieces.

IM Praggnanadhaa R. meanwhile rolled through the hapless FM Ekin Baris Ozenir (2377) to score the second win for the India Green. The last two boards were drawn, with IM Nihal Sarin and WIM Vaishali R. settling for draws with lower rated opponents.

Nihal Sarin

The second seeded Iranians also had a topsy-turvy start to their day against Kazakhstan. While IM M. Amin Tabatabaei, rated 2573, and IM Alireza Firouzja, rated 2526, both had easy wins, the fourth board for the Kazakhs, Tamerlan Bekturov, rated 2222, beat his lower rated Iranian opponent.

Meanwhile, Iran’s third board IM Aryan Gholami, rated 2479, was completely losing to lower rated Ramazan Zhalmakhanov. It looked like Iran would be held to a draw but the fortunes changed at the very last moment when in time pressure, the Kazakh player went wrong allowing Gholami to win. This made the score 3-1 in Iran’s favour.

In the third round, held in the afternoon, India Green was pitted against the fourth seeds, Armenia. It was destined to be a cracker of a contest and the match lives up to its reputation. On the top table, Armenia’s Aram Hakobyan, rated 2465, put unlimited pressure on GM Aryan Chopra on the queenside. Chopra, playing with Black, had a very passive position and eventually fell apart, losing the game.

Aryan Chopra

On the second board, IM Praggnanandhaa looked to be in a bad position with white pieces. This time, the fourth and the fifth boards rallied for India Green. IM Iniyan P., rated 2452, had replaced WIM Vaishali for this crucial game. Playing White, Iniyan had an equal position out of the opening against FM Mamikon Gharibyan, rated 2342. But the Armenian had used up a lot of time on his clock and this eventually saw his demise. Iniyan made foxy moves to mislead the Armenian who had very less time on the clock and lost.

Praggnanandhaa managed to hold his bad position to a draw.

On the third board, IM Nihal Sarin, rated 2507, played sparkling chess with Black against FM David Mirzoyan, rated 2345. Nihal crowned his excellent play with a position knight sacrifice that gave him lasting position pressure. White lost the thread and resigned.

Iran, who had luckily won earlier in the day, finally lost luck when the fifth seed Uzbekistan held them to a 2-2 draw. While IM Alireza Firouzja and IM Aryan Gholami won their games, the fourth board was a win for the Uzbeks.

Tragically, the highest rated player in the tournament IM M. Amin Tabatabaei lost his way with the white pieces against Nodirbek Yakubboev, rated 2448, making the match a draw.

Russia had a very easy day as they won both rounds very comfortably.

This allowed third seed Russia join India Green in the lead, with both the teams leading with 6 match points.

Photos by Priyadarshan Banjan, AICF Media Officer

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ECU School Chess Teacher training course in Budapest

Chessdom - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 23:50

The 4th ECU School Chess Teacher training course took place from 2nd-3rd December in PODIT Educational and Chess Center in Budapest, Hungary.

The course comprised of two days of interactive presentations, group discussions and practical exercises with focus on the teaching aspects of chess.

Participants, after completing the course, had to pass the online test to reach the ECU School Chess Teacher Certificate awarded by the ECU, as the confirmation for having an adequate level of chess knowledge and didactic methods for the classroom.

The course was led by Ferenc von Maurer, the member of the ECU Educational Commission and the event was organized in cooperation with Hungarian Chess Federation.

After the first very successful training course held in Budapest, where 15 participants achieved the ECU School Chess Teacher Certificate, this course was passed by 16 participants rewarded with the qualification which is recognized by the European national chess federations as a standard of excellence.

The average result on the test taken at the end of the course was 93.23%.

The participants who were awarded with the Certificate are: Szep Janos, Jachym Dorina, Bagi Mate, Nagy Janos, Miko Valer, Joone Szepreti Andrea, Maczko Attila, Sandor Csilla Judit, Guba Miklos, Botlik Bela, Lukacs Laszlo, Paksi Gyula, Peszleg Brigitta, Deakne Baranyai Aniko, Kabai Zsuzsanna and Varga Peter.

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Andrey Filatov about FIDE elections

Chessdom - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 23:32

MOSCOW, 12 December – R-Sport, Oleg Bogatov. Four or five candidates may run for President of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) in the election to be held at the General Assembly of the organization in 2018, the President of the Russian Chess Federation (RCF) Andrey Filatov told R-Sport.

The election will be held during the World Chess Olympiad in 2018 in Batumi (Georgia). The permanent president of the organization since 1995 is Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, who earlier announced his decision to run again. FIDE Executive Board in October 2017 delegated the authority of the head of the organization to FIDE Vice President Georgios Makropoulos. Earlier, FIDE Executive Board opposed the nomination of Ilyumzhinov for a new presidential term.

“I believe that participation of 4-5 candidates in the FIDE presidential election would be quite realistic to expect”, said Filatov in a telephone conversation. “Including Georgios Makropoulos who is a worthy candidate and respected individual”.

Filatov emphasized that he did not intend to run. “I’d answer as follows: this is not my cycle”, said the RCF President.

“It wouldn’t really be right for me now to talk about who our federation will support, Filatov continued. It will be up to the new President of the Russian Chess Federation to discuss this issue with colleagues and decide on whom the Russian Federation will support. I will run (for RCF President) next February, and if the chess community supports me, I will be able to answer you then. You will know whether I’ll be elected or not in February. We will support the best electable candidate”​.

Official website of the Russian Chess Federation

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Ρωσικές ιστορίες – 2

Skakistiko - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 13:14


Το τιμ των σοβιετικών αναλύει την παρτίδα Κορτσνόι – Κασπάροβ 0-1, σκακιστική ολυμπιάδα της Λουκέρνης, 1982. Η παρτίδα, ένα Μπενόνι, είναι πολύ γνωστή στην σκακιστική ιστορία και θεωρείται διαχρονικά model game για το πνεύμα του ανοίγματος από την μαύρη πλευρά. Από τα αριστερά προς τα δεξιά: Μάγια Τσιμπουρντανίζε, Νανά Ιοσελάνι, Αϊβάρς Γκίπσλις, Νόνα Γκαπριντασβίλι, Νανά Αλεξάντρια, Γκάρι Κασπάροβ, Έντουαρντ Γκούφελντ.
Ο Σοσόνκο έγραφε σε ένα άρθρο που δεν μπορώ να ανακαλέσω ως πηγή, πως στο τέλος της παρτίδας ο Βίκτορ Κορτσνόι, εγκαταλείποντας, ψιθύρισε τυπικά στον Κασπάροβ “congratulations”. Για πολλά χρόνια μετά το πολιτικό άσυλο που ζήτησε στην Ολλανδία ο Κορτσνόι, όταν -πολύ σπάνια- μιλούσε (για μια στιγμή, όχι τίποτα οικειότητες) σε αντιπάλους από τη Σοβιετική Ένωση το έκανε στα αγγλικά, ποτέ στην κοινή μητρική γλώσσα τα ρωσικά.


Η πηγή της φωτογραφίας, όπως και της πιο πάνω, είναι άγνωστη. 22 Μαρτίου 1960 σε δημόσιο χώρο στη Μόσχα. Οι θεατές παρακολουθούν ζωντανή αναπαράσταση της 4ης παρτίδας για το παγκόσμιο πρωτάθλημα εκείνης της χρονιάς ανάμεσα στον πρωταθλητή Μιχαήλ Μποτβίνικ και τον διεκδικητή Μιχαήλ Ταλ. Το βιβλίο που έγραψε ο Ταλ για εκείνο το ιστορικό ματς αναγνωρίζεται δίκαια ως ένα από τα αρτιότερα και συνάμα από τα πιο ολοζώντανα που έχουν γραφτεί με αναλύσεις παρτίδων. Ο Ταλ είχε χάρισμα στο γράψιμο.


Προπονητικό καμπ επίλεκτων σοβιετικών νεαρών σκακιστών στην Αρμενία το 1979 και η φωτογραφία που νομίζω λίγο μας όφειλαν. Στο πίσω μέρος ένα λεωφορείο που θα ήταν καρβουνιάρης. Από αριστερά προς τα δεξιά:  Άρτουρ Γιουσούποβ, Γκάρι Κασπάροβ, Λεβ Ψάχις, Ζούραμπ Αζμαπαραϊσβίλι, Κλάρα Σαγκένοβνα-Γκασπαριάν. Από το αρχείο του Λεβ Ψάχις, ενός από τους γνωστότερους σκακιστές της ΕΣΣΔ στην δεκαετία του 1980 και ο οποίος εδώ και πολλά χρόνια έχει μεταναστεύσει στο Ισραήλ.


O Μαρκ Ταϊμάνοβ και ο Βασίλι Σμίσλοβ παίζουν ευτυχισμένοι με τα περιστέρια στην πλατεία Τραφάλγκαρ του Λονδίνου το 1954, δηλαδή 9 χρόνια πριν ο Χίτσκοκ γυρίσει τα “Πουλιά” που πατούσαν στο φανταστικό για να παίξουν ψυχαναλυτικά με το ανοίκειο και τον τρόμο. Ο Ταϊμάνοβ στο αρχείο του δίνει την φωτογραφία ως αχρονολόγητη, αλλά είναι σχεδόν βέβαιο πως προέρχεται από το 54 και το ματς Μεγάλης Βρετανίας – Σοβιετικής Ένωσης που έγινε στην αγγλική πρωτεύουσα. Ο Μαρκ Ταϊμάνοβ βρέθηκε αντίπαλος του Λέοναρντ Μπάρντεν (μια από τις δυο παρτίδες εδώ), ο οποίος όπως ξέρουμε, σήμερα σε ηλικία 88 ετών, κρατά ακόμη ως συντάκτης την πολύ καλή σκακιστική στήλη του Γκάρντιαν!


Ιούλιος 1955, Μόσχα, ματς ΕΣΣΔ – ΗΠΑ. Ο Νικήτα Χρουστσόφ, είχε καταφέρει να επιβληθεί των πολιτικών αντιπάλων του και ανέλαβε την εξουσία στη Σοβιετική Ένωση τον Φεβρουάριο εκείνης της χρονιάς. Στο δεξί μέρος της εικόνας, όχι, δεν χτυπά το παπούτσι που έβγαλε όπως είχε κάνει στο βήμα του ΟΗΕ, αλλά είναι πιο ευπροσήγορος: Αγκαλιάζει για την αναμνηστική φωτογραφία τον πολιτογραφημένο Αμερικανό γκρανμέτρ Σάμιουελ Ρεσέβσκι. Φωτ. e3e5.com


Μια χρονιά νωρίτερα, δηλαδή το 1954, η Σοβιετική Ένωση και οι ΗΠΑ είχαν αναμετρηθεί και πάλι στο κορυφαίο σκάκι, αλλά με τόπο τη Νέα Υόρκη. Μπροστά μας ο Τίγκραν Πετροσιάν (έπαιζε με τον Μπισκάγιερ που δεν εμφανίζεται στην εικόνα) και στο πίσω τραπέζι ο Έφιμ Γκέλερ παίζει με τον Ι. Χόρβιτς. Η εντυπωσιακή σκηνογραφία που ανακαλεί μεγάλη παράσταση λυρικού έργου ήταν η κεντρική αίθουσα εκδηλώσεων και χορού του ξενοδοχείου Ρούζβελτ. Περισσότερα για την σχετικά λησμονημένη συνάντηση στην σκακιστική ιστορία μπορείτε να δείτε εδώ

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WYOC 2017 Round 1: A minor upset amidst clean sweeps

FIDE - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 09:06



Round 1


The World Youth Chess Olympiad 2017 was off to a clean start for all the top seeds. With an average rating of 2509, India Green is clearly the strongest on paper but there was a minor flutter on the first board when the only Grandmaster of the tournament was held to a draw by a Bangladeshi super-talent.



14-year-old Mohammad Fahad Rahman, rated 2232 of Bangladesh is the No.1 ranked player in his country in Under-18 category.

Md. Fahad Rahman was playing the white side of a Ruy Lopez against GM Aryan Chopra, rated 2532. He did not have a clear idea about the plans for White, and hence had to rely on his intuition to find the best moves. He did so fairly successfully and in the end gained what looked like a slightly better position with more active pieces.

After the game, Fahad said, “I think I had a very good position with my pieces being better placed than his. I had this timely knight sacrifice that ensures an advantage in my opinion. But I do not like to take risks when I am in time-pressure and hence I just kept making moves. In the end, he offered me a draw. I think I had a good position even then, but the time left on my clock didn’t make me happy. Therefore, I chose to accept it.”

Notwithstanding this minor upset, the Bangladeshis were no match for the India Green as the remaining India Green players awarded our neighbours a beat down. The match was won by India Green 3.5-0.5, with the Greens gaining 2 match points for the win.

The second seeded Iran, with an average rating of 2469, come into the 2017 edition of the tournament as the defending champions. They were pitted against Indonesia and this was also an easy outing for Iran, who picked up the 2 match points on offer.



Iran’s 14-year-old IM Alireza Firouzja, rated 2526, and is clearly a super talent and a player of the future.

The third seed Russia, too, walked to an easy victory over Iraq, gaining two match-points.

The other Indian teams in the fray — India Green and India Red — also defeated Australia and Thailand respectively, both with the scores of 3.5-0.5. Both the teams picked up 2 match points each.

On the eighth board, in the Turkey vs. Nepal A match, Milan Lama, rated only 1833, managed to beat almost 500-point higher rated FM Ekin Baris Ozenir, rated 2377 with the black pieces was the other notable upset of the day.

Irrespective of the scores, the winning teams get 2 match points. If the match is drawn, both the teams split the points and take home 1 point each. The tournament is a 9-round event that will run from 11 December 2017 to 18 December 2017 at the Karnavati Club in Ahmedabad. This mega-event has 148 players from 25 countries competing, with Nepal, Kenya, and South Africa fielding 2 teams each, while India, being the host country has fielded three teams. There is 1 Grandmaster and 14 International Masters in the fray.

Round 1 Results 





World Youth Chess Olympiad begins; India Green got top billing

World Youth Chess Olympiad 2017 got off to a rousing start at Karnavati Club here on Sunday. 30 teams from 25 countries are taking part in this prestigious event of World Chess Calendar for Under-16 players.

Host India fielding three teams in the championship and it’s GREEN team with average rating 2503 seeded top followed by Iran with average rating of 2469. Green team’s Aryan Chopra is the lone Grandmaster in the event while Iran’s International Master Tabatabaei Amin is the highest rated player with a rating of 2573.

In this nine round Swiss System event, each team need to field a maximum of 5 players which include one girl player and she must play at least three 3 rounds. For the records, the event attracted one Grandmaster, fourteen International Masters and four women international masters and twenty nine FIDE Masters.

India’s International Arbiter Rathinam Anantharam is officiating as Chief Arbiter for the Olympiad. The first round matches will start Monday afternoon and top seed India Green play with black pieces on top board as on draw of lots as their captain FM Prasenjit Dutta picked the dark colour.

The Olympiad has been declared open by World Chess Federation Vice President Shri. DV Sundar in presence of Shri. Bharat Singh Chauhan, Secretary of All India Chess Federation, Shri. RM Dongre, President of Asian Zone 3.2, Shri. Ajay Patel, President Shri. Ajay Patel, President of Gujarat State Chess Association, Shri. Jayesh Modi, Vice President of Gujarat State Chess Association and Shri. Bhavesh Patel, Secretary of Gujarat State Chess Association. The function included a cultural extravaganza and the same was well received by all the delegations.








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2017 IMSA Elite Mind Games: Andreikin and Stefanova won Rapid

FIDE - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 08:34



Andreikin and Stefanova took the gold medal

In women’s competition, Stefanova lost today’s first round to Anna muzychuk, leading to a decline in rank but by winning over Kostinuk in the last round, her points jump to first place again. For Muzychuk sisters, they drew with Ushenina and Dzagnidze respectively in the last round. As a result, the five players, Stefanova, Anna Muzychuk, Maria Muzychuk, Lagno and Ushenina, all scored 4.5. After tie-break, Stefanova took women’s rapid gold medal. Anna muzychuk took the second position, followed by her sister Mariya. Lagno and Ushenina ranked the fourth and fifth by the lowest small point and Harika was on the sixth place, scored 4 points.

In men’s group, the battle had been fiercer. After a tense battle of another three rounds today, Anderikin got marvelous victory today, he defeated former leader Mamedyarov and Wang Hao in a row. Before the final round, he had been in the top ranking along with Mamedyarov and Wang Hao.

In the final round, Anderikin and Mamedyarov both drew, unfortunately the former leader Chinese GM Wang Hao lost to Li Guanglian. Therefore, Anderikin, Mamedyarov and Li Guanglian got the same score of 4.5. After tie-break, Anderikin locked the first. The second and third places went to Mamedyarov and Li Guanglian. Chinese players Ding Liren and Wang Hao were on the fourth and fifth place by scoring 4 points. Korobov ranked the sixth with 3.5.

Madam Chen Zelan, IMSA President, inspected chess venue today. Tomorrow there will be eleven rounds for chess blitz games.

The final ranking for rapid:









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Mamedyarov and Wang Hao takes the lead with 3.5/4

In 2017 IMSA elite mind game rapid field, four rounds have been accomplished for the first day. The top seeded GM Mamedyarov and Chinese GM Wang Hao tied for the leading position with great advantage in the men's group, scored 3.5 out of 4.

In round 2, they drew with each other. After that, both of them won the game in two straight sets. Wang Hao beat his fellow opponent Yu Yangyi and young Russian GM Artemiev in round 3 and 4 respectively while Mamedyarov, who won two rounds in a row to beat Li Guanglian and Ding Liren. For tomorrow, Wang Hao and Mamedyarov will meet the challenge from Russian GMs Grischuk and Andreikin Dmitry. Besides the top 2 players, Artemiev, Li Guanglian, Ding Liren and Korobov all scored 2 points to stay behind.



In women's group, the two former world champion Maria Muzychuk and Stefanova all scored 3 points out of 4 games, climbing to the top of the leader-board. They met in the first round and got a draw game, then Stefanova won the game in two straight sets with 2.5 ahead alone. In round 4, she drawed with Chinese GM Ju Wenjun, in the other side, Maria Managed to win over Zhao Xue and Lagno in round 3 and 4, joins the lead. Indian GM Harika, current rapid world champion Anna Muzychuk and Ju Wenjun followed behind. Tomorrow Maria will play against Harika while Stefanova will meet with Anna Muzychuk.

Tomorrow is the final day for rapid games, please stay tuned to get the latest results.

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RESULTS Rapid Men

RESULTS Rapid Women



The IMSA Elite Mind Games will be held in December 9 through 16 in Huai’an City, Jiangsu Province, China.The opening ceremony was held in the afternoon and was a grandoise event. There was a wonderful performance of music and art, showing the historical features and customs of the ancient city of Huai’an.

This will be a top event in Huai’an involving not just chess. The championships in the mind sports will be extremely fierce, and competitive just as all other sports. Everyone can feel the tension in the battle of wits. The IMSA Elite Mind Games include five disciplines: Chess, Xiangqi, Draughts, Go, and Bridge. Moreover, the card game—Huai’an Guandan will be appeared as an exhibition game again.

Nearly 400 participants including athletes, arbiters and officials from 44 countries and regions will be involved in this event. Players in each category are all amongst the top 50 athletes in the word.

The selection for the final list of 12 participants in each category (Men and Women)of chess was based on the average for last 12 months of the player’s three ratings for classical, blitz and rapid.

The organisers of the event are the Board and Card Games Administrative Center of the General Administration of Sport, Beijing, China together with the Municipality of Huai’an in Jiangsu Province, People’s Republic of China.

After the Opening Ceremony, a technical meeting was held with all 24 players and the pairings for all events was carried out.


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Houdini 6 PRO Aquarium 2018 (download)

Chessdom - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 02:39

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Fabiano Caruana wins London Chess Classic

Chessdom - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 02:07

At the end of the 8.5 hour chess day, two champions were crowned. In a dramatic finale, Fabiano Caruana defeated Ian Nepomniachtchi in the second blitz game of the playoffs to win the 2017 London Chess Classic.

After several misses both in the rapids and the first blitz game, he emerged victorious in the time scramble. The playoffs came half an hour after Caruana’s six-hour grind against Michael Adams. This is the first Grand Chess Tour victory for the American.

The overall winner of the 2017 Grand Chess Tour was none other than World Champion Magnus Carlsen, who won a clutch game with black pieces against Levon Aronian. This is his second Grand Chess Tour win.

Ian Nepomniachtchi – Maxime Vachier-Lagrave ½ – ½

Entering the round with a half point lead on the field, Nepomniachtchi felt that the most important thing is not to lose. He made a very easy with a threefold repetition, ending the game in 19 moves.

This gave him the opportunity to relax and wait for the potential tiebreak in case Caruana won his game. Nepomniachtchi explained that it wasn’t his proudest decision, but it was a practical one.

A win for Vachier-Lagrave would have meant tying for first in London with Nepomniachtchi and tying for first or even winning the entire tour outright. Unfortunately, he had the black pieces and his opponent gave him no chances to sharpen the position.

As he explained, in every opening he plays there is a possibility for White to make an easy draw and he did not feel as though he needed to take unnecessary risks.

Fabiano Caruana – Michael Adams 1-0

Caruana’s six hour effort paid off as his clutch victory allowed him to tie for first with Nepomniachtchi and go into the playoffs. After Adams placed his rook on an awkward square, Caruana temporarily sacrificed an exchanged to go into a winning queen and rook endgame.

Once the players entered the fifth hour of play, Caruana’s technique became flawed which allowed his opponent to escape the potential mating net and enter a rook ending. A fatal mistake on move 57 allowed the American to enter a winning position, which he converted effortlessly.

Levon Aronian – Magnus Carlsen 0-1

After Vachier-Lagrave drew his game quickly, Carlsen only needed to draw to win the Grand Chess Tour. Yesterday, before even looking at the standings, he was under the impression that he needed to win; learning the standings and the possible scenarios did not change his mindset. He missed Aronian’s opening idea and found himself in a very bad position.

Carlsen thought that Aronian felt frustrated because he couldn’t find a win and overpressed instead of going for a draw.

Aronian overlooked a defensive move by his opponent, giving the advantage to his opponent. Carlsen converted easily and went on to win the game, thus winning the overall championship of the 2017 Grand Chess Tour.

Viswanathan Anand – Wesley So 0-1

After eight draws, the American finally scored a win to finish the tournament with a plus score and gave his opponent a very unpleasant gift for his 48th birthday.

Anand was on the White side of Giuoco Piano today but did not achieve anything out of the opening. After spending significant time working out the details of a tactic, So saw his opponent’s reply that would lead to equality but decided to play it nonetheless. Anand erred, and his position collapsed immediately.

Sergey Karjakin – Hikaru Nakamura ½ – ½

It is very unusual for a dynamic player like Nakamura to not have any decisive result. He played ambitiously trying to complicate the position only to realize at the last minute that there was an error in his calculation. He chose a different route, but his position was already unpleasant.

Karjakin also felt that his position was better but did not see a way to improve except for shuffling his pieces around. Draw was agreed on move 31.

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WYOC 2017: A minor upset amidst clean sweeps in round 1

Chessdom - Tue, 12/12/2017 - 01:54

The World Youth Chess Olympiad 2017 was off to a clean start for all the top seeds. With an average rating of 2509, India Green is clearly the strongest on paper but there was a minor flutter on the first board when the only Grandmaster of the tournament was held to a draw by a Bangladeshi super-talent.

14-year-old Mohammad Fahad Rahman, rated 2232 of Bangladesh is the No.1 ranked player in his country in Under-18 category.

Md. Fahad Rahman was playing the white side of a Ruy Lopez against GM Aryan Chopra, rated 2532. He did not have a clear idea about the plans for White, and hence had to rely on his intuition to find the best moves. He did so fairly successfully and in the end gained what looked like a slightly better position with more active pieces.

Md Fahad Rahman

After the game, Fahad said, “I think I had a very good position with my pieces being better placed than his. I had this timely knight sacrifice that ensures an advantage in my opinion. But I do not like to take risks when I am in time-pressure and hence I just kept making moves. In the end, he offered me a draw. I think I had a good position even then, but the time left on my clock didn’t make me happy. Therefore, I chose to accept it.”

Notwithstanding this minor upset, the Bangladeshis were no match for the India Green as the remaining India Green players awarded our neighbours a beat down. The match was won by India Green 3.5-0.5, with the Greens gaining 2 match points for the win.

The second seeded Iran, with an average rating of 2469, come into the 2017 edition of the tournament as the defending champions. They were pitted against Indonesia and this was also an easy outing for Iran, who picked up the 2 match points on offer.

Alireza Firouzja

Iran’s 14-year-old IM Alireza Firouzja, rated 2526, and is clearly a super talent and a player of the future.

The third seed Russia, too, walked to an easy victory over Iraq, gaining two match-points.

The other Indian teams in the fray — India Green and India Red — also defeated Australia and Thailand respectively, both with the scores of 3.5-0.5. Both the teams picked up 2 match points each.

On the eighth board, in the Turkey vs. Nepal A match, Milan Lama, rated only 1833, managed to beat almost 500-point higher rated FM Ekin Baris Ozenir, rated 2377 with the black pieces was the other notable upset of the day.

Praggnanandhaa

Irrespective of the scores, the winning teams get 2 match points. If the match is drawn, both the teams split the points and take home 1 point each. The tournament is a 9-round event that will run from 11 December 2017 to 18 December 2017 at the Karnavati Club in Ahmedabad.

This mega-event has 148 players from 25 countries competing, with Nepal, Kenya, and South Africa fielding 2 teams each, while India, being the host country has fielded three teams. There is 1 Grandmaster and 14 International Masters in the fray.

Photos by Priyadarshan Banjan, AICF Media Officer

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Οι μεταγραφές για το 2018

Skakistiko - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 16:57


Ανακοινώθηκε από την ΕΣΟ το πρακτικό της επιτροπής μεταγραφών για μετακινήσεις σκακιστών κατά την αγωνιστική περίοδο του 2018. Ρίχνοντας μια γρήγορη ματιά η αίσθηση είναι πως οι μεταγραφές φέτος δεν αφορούν μαζικά πολλούς κορυφαίους, αλλά φυσικά έχει ενδιαφέρον η παράθεση μερικών χαρακτηριστικών μετακινήσεων. Κατέγραψα  (φυσικά κάπως αυθαίρετα) μερικές αλλαγές αθλητών από σωματεία που ανήκαν προς νέα, με ελεύθερη μεταγραφή. Δεν περιέλαβα στην ενδεικτική αποσπασματική λίστα μεταγραφές με υποσχετική (μερικές από τις υποσχετικές αφορούν γνωστούς ισχυρούς παίκτες και θα τις βρείτε στο πλήρες πρακτικό), ανανεώσεις υποσχετικών προηγούμενων ετών καθώς και άλλες κατηγορίες μεταγραφών που εγκρίνονται.
Ν. Γεωργακόπουλος από ΝΕ Πατρών σε ΑΣΟ Αιγίου, Δόρφανης από ΟΦΣ Καβάλας σε ΕΣΘ, Κάγκας από ΑΣΟΠ Δίας σε ΑΟ Κρανιδίου, Καλογερής από Κύδωνα Χανίων σε ΟΦΣ Χανίων, Θ. Καραγιάννης από ΣΟ Θωμάς Γεωργίου σε ΣΠΖ Κέρκυρας, Κατωπόδης από Κότινο Χολαργού σε ΑΜΕΣ Ν. Ερυθραίας, Α. Κοφίδης από Πανιώνιο σε Πειραϊκό, Κράλλης από Φυσιολάτρη σε ΣΟ Θωμάς Γεωργίου, Λυριντζάκης από ΟΑΑ Ηράκλειο σε ΟΦΗ 2000, Ι. Μακρόπουλος από Πανελλήνιο σε ΣΟ Αθηνών, Μαρκίδης από ΛΠ Φλώρινας σε Εθνικό Αλεξανδρούπολης, Ν. Σανδαλάκης από ΣΟ Ρόδου σε ΣΑ Συκεών, Σταθόπουλος από ΠΣ Περιστερίου σε ΑΜΕΣ Ν. Ερυθραίας, Στρατή από ΑΣ Λαυρίου σε Ζήνωνα Γλυφάδας, Τζούμπας από ΣΟ Ικαρίας σε Σκακιστική Άνοιξη, Τσεκμές από ΣΟ Ξάνθης σε ΑΣ Συκεών.
Το πλήρες πρακτικό μπορείτε να το διαβάσετε εδώ

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Πρακτικό Μεταγραφών 2017

Ε.Σ.Ο. - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 13:15

Η ΕΣΟ δημοσιεύει το πρακτικό της Επιτροπής Μεταγραφών που επικυρώθηκε στη συνεδρίαση του ΔΣ στις 9.12.2017. Για να το διαβάσετε πατήστε εδώ.

Οι σκακιστές  που μεταγράφονται θα αγωνίζονται με το νέο τους σωματείο από την 1/1/2018 (έναρξη νέας αγωνιστικής περιόδου).

World Youth U16 Chess Olympiad 2017 has officially started

FIDE - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 12:31



World Youth Chess Olympiad begins; India Green got top billing

World Youth Chess Olympiad 2017 got off to a rousing start at Karnavati Club here on Sunday. 30 teams from 25 countries are taking part in this prestigious event of World Chess Calendar for Under-16 players.

Host India fielding three teams in the championship and it’s GREEN team with average rating 2503 seeded top followed by Iran with average rating of 2469. Green team’s Aryan Chopra is the lone Grandmaster in the event while Iran’s International Master Tabatabaei Amin is the highest rated player with a rating of 2573.

In this nine round Swiss System event, each team need to field a maximum of 5 players which include one girl player and she must play at least three 3 rounds. For the records, the event attracted one Grandmaster, fourteen International Masters and four women international masters and twenty nine FIDE Masters.

India’s International Arbiter Rathinam Anantharam is officiating as Chief Arbiter for the Olympiad. The first round matches will start Monday afternoon and top seed India Green play with black pieces on top board as on draw of lots as their captain FM Prasenjit Dutta picked the dark colour.

The Olympiad has been declared open by World Chess Federation Vice President Shri. DV Sundar in presence of Shri. Bharat Singh Chauhan, Secretary of All India Chess Federation, Shri. RM Dongre, President of Asian Zone 3.2, Shri. Ajay Patel, President Shri. Ajay Patel, President of Gujarat State Chess Association, Shri. Jayesh Modi, Vice President of Gujarat State Chess Association and Shri. Bhavesh Patel, Secretary of Gujarat State Chess Association. The function included a cultural extravaganza and the same was well received by all the delegations.








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2017 IMSA Elite Mind Games: Rapid Day 1

FIDE - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 09:25



Mamedyarov and Wang Hao takes the lead with 3.5/4

In 2017 IMSA elite mind game rapid field, four rounds have been accomplished for the first day. The top seeded GM Mamedyarov and Chinese GM Wang Hao tied for the leading position with great advantage in the men's group, scored 3.5 out of 4.

In round 2, they drew with each other. After that, both of them won the game in two straight sets. Wang Hao beat his fellow opponent Yu Yangyi and young Russian GM Artemiev in round 3 and 4 respectively while Mamedyarov, who won two rounds in a row to beat Li Guanglian and Ding Liren. For tomorrow, Wang Hao and Mamedyarov will meet the challenge from Russian GMs Grischuk and Andreikin Dmitry. Besides the top 2 players, Artemiev, Li Guanglian, Ding Liren and Korobov all scored 2 points to stay behind.



In women's group, the two former world champion Maria Muzychuk and Stefanova all scored 3 points out of 4 games, climbing to the top of the leader-board. They met in the first round and got a draw game, then Stefanova won the game in two straight sets with 2.5 ahead alone. In round 4, she drawed with Chinese GM Ju Wenjun, in the other side, Maria Managed to win over Zhao Xue and Lagno in round 3 and 4, joins the lead. Indian GM Harika, current rapid world champion Anna Muzychuk and Ju Wenjun followed behind. Tomorrow Maria will play against Harika while Stefanova will meet with Anna Muzychuk.

Tomorrow is the final day for rapid games, please stay tuned to get the latest results.

Official website

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RESULTS Rapid Men

RESULTS Rapid Women



The IMSA Elite Mind Games will be held in December 9 through 16 in Huai’an City, Jiangsu Province, China.The opening ceremony was held in the afternoon and was a grandoise event. There was a wonderful performance of music and art, showing the historical features and customs of the ancient city of Huai’an.

This will be a top event in Huai’an involving not just chess. The championships in the mind sports will be extremely fierce, and competitive just as all other sports. Everyone can feel the tension in the battle of wits. The IMSA Elite Mind Games include five disciplines: Chess, Xiangqi, Draughts, Go, and Bridge. Moreover, the card game—Huai’an Guandan will be appeared as an exhibition game again.

Nearly 400 participants including athletes, arbiters and officials from 44 countries and regions will be involved in this event. Players in each category are all amongst the top 50 athletes in the word.

The selection for the final list of 12 participants in each category (Men and Women)of chess was based on the average for last 12 months of the player’s three ratings for classical, blitz and rapid.

The organisers of the event are the Board and Card Games Administrative Center of the General Administration of Sport, Beijing, China together with the Municipality of Huai’an in Jiangsu Province, People’s Republic of China.

After the Opening Ceremony, a technical meeting was held with all 24 players and the pairings for all events was carried out.


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Το fide open στο Λονδίνο

Skakistiko - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 01:12

Ολοκληρώθηκε στο Λονδίνο το fide open. Επρόκειτο για μια από τις διοργανώσεις του London Chess Classic 2017 και η δεύτερη σε σημασία μετά το κλειστό με τη συμμετοχή του παγκόσμιου πρωταθλητή και 9 άλλων κορυφαίων στον κόσμο σκακιστών και το οποίο τελειώνει σήμερα Δευτέρα.

To fide open είχε επίσης ελληνικό ενδιαφέρον καθώς συμμετείχαν ο gm Βασίλης Κοτρωνιάς (φωτ.) και ο Κωστής Μεγαλιός. Συμμετείχαν στο σύνολο 287 σκακιστές και σκακίστριες και νικητές (μετά την άρση κριτηρίων ισοβαθμίας) αναδείχθηκαν κατά σειρά από τον πρώτο έως τον τρίτο οι gm Σαργκισιάν (Αρμενία, 2672), Μελκουμιάν (Αρμενία, 2633) και Μάζε (Γαλλία, 2614) που συγκέντρωσαν από 7.5 β. σε 9 αγώνες. Στην αμέσως επόμενη ομάδα των 7 βαθμών βρέθηκε ο Κοτρωνιάς (2524) που κατετάγη σύμφωνα με τα κριτήρια 9ος. Ο Κοτρωνιάς σημείωσε 5 νίκες και 4 ισοπαλίες. Ο 22χρονος Μεγαλιός (2203) συγκέντρωσε 5 βαθμούς αλλά η εμφάνισή του κρίνεται καλή με βάση τον βαθμό αξιολόγησής του, κέρδισε και έλο.

Την τελική κατάταξη και τις καρτέλες των σκακιστών μπορείτε να δείτε στα chess-results εδώ
Γενικότερες πληροφορίες και οι παρτίδες σε pgn εδώ

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European Women Individual Chess Championship 2018

Chessdom - Mon, 12/11/2017 - 00:27

European Women Individual Chess Championship 2018 will take place in Vysoke Tatry, Slovakia, from 7th to 20th April. The event will be held in a 4* Hotel Bellevue, located in the national park of Vysoke Tatry, as the official hotel and the playing venue of the Championship.

The 19th European Individual Women’s Chess Championship is open to all players who represent the Chess Federations which are listed as the members of the European Chess Union, regardless on their title and FIDE rating. There is no limit of participants per federation. However, only the National federations shall send the applications.

The Championship will be played in 11 rounds, Swiss system, in accordance with the ECU Tournament Rules and FIDE Rules of Chess with time control 90 minutes for 40 moves plus 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an increment of 30 seconds per move, starting from the move one.

Registration deadline is the 1st of March 2018

The European Individual Women’s Chess Championship  is a qualification event for the next World Women’s Chess Championship. According to the current FIDE regulations and the decision of the ECU Board, 14 players will qualify.

The total prize fund of the event is 70.000 EUR. 

Official Regulations of the European Women’s Individual Chess Championship 2018 can be downloaded bellow or here.

European Women’s Individual Chess Championship 2018- Official Regulations

The event is organized by Slovak Chess Federation and NR klub, under the auspices of European Chess Union.

Contact information

Tournament director:
Eva Repkova +421905977662
E-mail address: nrklubsl@gmail.com

President of Slovak Chess Federation:
Ing. Frantisek Jablonicky +421917466628
E-mail address: jablonicky@gmail.com

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London Chess Classic – Round 8

Chessdom - Sun, 12/10/2017 - 22:00

Round eight of the London Chess Classic started slowly with three early draws but then took a dramatic turn of events that changed the nature of the tournament.

Tournament co-leader Fabiano Caruana felt comfortable with his draw believing that a plus two score is needed to at least tie for first. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, who needs to score three more tour points than Carlsen, was not thrilled with his draw with the white pieces but still kept his chances open for taking the overall tour title.

The standings were rattled when Magnus Carlsen shockingly blundered a piece then a pawn against Ian Nepomniachtchi who is now in clear first place.

This result also gives Vachier-Lagrave excellent chances to score the necessary points to win the entire tour and even tie for first in London. The chips fell perfectly as tomorrow Nepomniatchi and Vachier-Lagrave are facing off to decide everything.

Magnus Carlsen – Ian Nepomniachtchi 0-1

Just as yesterday, Carlsen chose unorthodox opening moves which transposed into an exchange Slav. The game took a normal turn with White trying to build an attack in an isolated queen pawn position. Carlsen hasn’t been playing his best this entire tournament as it became evident when he missed a tactic which would have given him the advantage.

After Nepomniachtchi reached equality, Carlsen blundered a pawn in a simple tactic. He seemed flustered by his oversight and tried to win the material back, but instead blundered a whole piece and resigned two moves later.

Hikaru Nakamura – Fabiano Caruana ½ – ½

Caruana accepted Nakamura to play a more aggressive opening but instead a long theoretical line of the Nimzo Indian defense was played. The resulting position was a dull endgame but slightly worse for Black.

Caruana thought that perhaps his compatriot wanted to surprise him. Fortunately for him, Caruana was well prepared and had looked at this line before the tournament. Once the bishops came off, there was nothing to play for in the equal rook endgame.

Maxime Vachier-Lagrave – Viswanathan Anand ½ – ½

The Frenchman opted for the Guioco Piano, which has become the fashionable opening at the top level. He made the unusual decision of exchanging his light square bishop for a knight for what he thought would be a strong initiative for him.

Unfortunately, in his ten-move variation he missed that Anand can force him to either repeat the position or retreat with the rook and accept a worse position. The game ended in a draw when he chose the former option.

Wesley So – Sergey Karjakin ½ – ½

The five-hour game did not produce the result needed for Wesley So, who could have been tied for second place with Caruana had he won this game. The American had a slight edge out of the opening but missed a dynamic possibility on move 23, which would have posed some real problems for his opponent.

Optically, White had the advantage due to his strong knight in the endgame, but it was hard to create anything substantial with it. The 56-move battle ended when only a bishop and a pawn were left on the board.

Michael Adams – Levon Aronian ½ – ½

After two long battles and back to back losses, Adams just wanted to get back on the scoreboard and stop the bleeding. He chose the Re1 line in the Berlin leading to a symmetrical position.

Aronian usually plays his favorite Marshall Attack line in the Ruy Lopez, but he felt that it could be just as dry as the Berlin. Neither player was able to put any pressure on their opponent and a draw was agreed by a threefold repetition.

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London Chess Classic to host 2018 Grand Chess Tour Finals

Chessdom - Sun, 12/10/2017 - 21:47

The 2018 Grand Chess Tour will conclude with an exciting new format at the London Chess Classic. The four top‑scoring players will contest a semi-final and final that will determine the overall winner and top 4 places in the 2018 GCT.

The format change has been determined by the GCT Advisory Board and was announced earlier today during the 8th and penultimate round of the London Chess Classic.

The revised 2018 GCT schedule will see the GCT players participating in 3 rapid and blitz events as well as the traditional Sinquefield Cup which will maintain its classical format.

Four players will proceed to the 2018 GCT Finals in London where they will battle for an enhanced GCT Bonus Prize Pool. Each match in London will consist of classical, rapid and blitz games. A play-off for 3rd and 4th will also be played.

The GCT has also confirmed that the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis, Chess Promotions Ltd, Colliers International France, Vivendi S.A. and Your Next Move™ have all agreed to renew their financial commitments to the tour for 2018. GCT tournaments are therefore confirmed for the cities of Paris, Leuven, St Louis and London in 2018.

The top 3 players from the 2017 GCT tour will automatically qualify for the 2018 GCT Tour players’ roster. The rest of the tour roster will be selected on the basis of URS ratings at January 1, 2018 and average classical FIDE ratings in 2017.

Grand Chess Tour

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Προκήρυξη του 4ου τουρνουά ράπιντ 2017 της ΕΣΣΚ-Ευκαιρία για εκδρομή στ' Ανώγεια

Ε.Σ.Σ.Κ. - Sun, 12/10/2017 - 08:03

Προκήρυξη της ΕΣΣΚ για το 5ο τουρνουά ράπιντ, στα πλαίσια του "Παγκρήτιου Ατομικού Πρωταθλήματος ράπιντ 2017". Το τουρνουά, που διοργανώνουν η ΕΣΣΚ, ο Σ.Ο.Ανωγείων, ο Α.Π.Σ. "Ιδαίοι" Ανωγείων και ο Δήμος Ανωγείων, διεξάγεται την επόμενη Κυριακή 17 Δεκεμβρίου 2017 στα όμορφα (και χειμωνιάτικα) Ανώγεια.

Καλείστε όλοι να συμμετέχετε, γιατί εκτός από την συμμετοχή στην διοργάνωση, θα έχετε την μοναδική ευκαιρία να φιλοξενηθείτε δωρεάν στην Εστία του Δήμου στ' Ανώγεια, μιας και οι διοργανωτές κατάφεραν και εξασφάλισαν δωρεάν διαμονή για το Σάββατο αλλά και την Κυριακή για όσους το επιθυμούν. Οφείλουμε να τους ευχαριστήσουμε θερμά για την εξαιρετική αυτή πρωτοβουλία.

Για λεπτομέρειες σχετικά με την διοργάνωση ενημερωθείτε από την συνημμένη προκήρυξη.

Ανοιχτό Πρωτάθλημα Γρήγορου σκακιού στο Καστέλι Κισάμου

Ε.Σ.Σ.Κ. - Fri, 12/08/2017 - 21:42

Προκήρυξη της Σκακιστικής Ακαδημίας Χανίων για ανοιχτή σκακιστική διοργάνωση (Πρωτάθλημα γρήγορου σκακιού) φιλανθρωπικού χαρακτήρα, που θα πραγματοποιήσει την ερχόμενη Κυριακή 10 Δεκεμβρίου 2017 στο Καστέλι Κισάμου. Διοργανωτές, είναι η Σκακιστική Ακαδημία Χανίων ΣΑΜΑΡΙΑ σε συνεργασία με την Περιφερειακή Ενότητα Χανίων τον Δήμο Κισάμου, τον Α.Ο. Κισάμου, τον ΑΣΕ ΟΤΕ Ν. Χανίων, την ΚΑΪΣΣΑ ΣΑΜΑΡΙΑ και την Ιερά Μητρόπολη Κισάμου & Σελίνου.

Η  Διοργάνωση θα γίνει στην αίθουσα του ΤΣΑΤΣΑΡΩΝΑΚΕΙΟΥ Πνευματικού κέντρου, στο Καστέλι Κισάμου, με παράβολο συμμετοχής 5 ευρώ ,και το σύνολο των παραβόλων της διοργάνωσης θα δοθούν στο ΑΝΝΟΥΣΑΚΕΙΟ ΘΕΡΑΠΕΥΤΗΡΙΟ. Δηλώσεις συμμετοχής μέχρι το Σάββατο 9 Δεκεμβρίου 2017. Για πλήρη ενημέρωση δείτε το συνημμένο έγγραφο.

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