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American Continental Championship 2018

Sun, 05/27/2018 - 04:12

The American Continental Championship is an 11-round Swiss tournament taking place from 1-10 June, 2018 in Montevideo, Uruguay. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.
168 players are expected to take part. The top seeded are GM Samuel Shankland, GM Jorge Cori, GM Jeffery Xiong etc…

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Norway Chess 2018
/Karpov Poikovsky Tournament 2018

Starting list

1 Shankland Samuel
2 Cori Jorge
3 Xiong Jeffery
4 Bruzon Batista Lazaro
5 Mareco Sandro
6 Cordova Emilio
7 Flores Diego
8 Delgado Ramirez Neuris
9 Cruz Cristhian
10 Liang Awonder
11 Pichot Alan
12 Erenburg Sergey
13 Perez Ponsa Federico
14 Moradiabadi Elshan
15 Mekhitarian Krikor Sevag
16 Martinez Alcantara Jose Eduardo
17 El Debs Felipe De Cresce
18 Di Berardino Diego Rafael
19 Alonso Salvador
20 Henriquez Villagra Cristobal
21 Vera Siguenas Deivy
22 Morovic Fernandez Ivan
23 Hungaski Robert
24 Terry Renato
25 Rodriguez Vila Andres
26 Hoffman Alejandro
27 Cori Quispe Kevin Joel
28 Salinas Herrera Pablo
29 Tristan Leonardo
30 Panjwani Raja
31 Sosa Tomas
32 Vazquez Guillermo
33 Roselli Mailhe Bernardo
34 Fernandez Cardoso Alexey
35 Campora Daniel H.
36 Quintiliano Pinto Renato R.
37 Escalante Ramirez Brian Sebasti
38 Slipak Sergio
39 Thavandiran Shiyam
40 Gemy Jose Daniel
41 Pierrot Facundo
42 Bick Gabriel
43 Santarius Erik
44 Ruiz Castillo Joshua Daniel
45 Soto Vega Jorge
46 De Dovitiis Alejo
47 Lujan Carolina
48 Varacalli Francisco
49 Aranha Filho Alvaro Z.
50 Foisor Sabina-Francesca
51 Grabinsky Aaron
52 Muniz Rafael
53 Colas Joshua
54 Kimelman Gabriel
55 Coro Lucas
56 Larrea Manuel
57 Cimer Emanuel
58 Pacheco Daniel
59 Kapitanchuk Tomas
60 Jodorcovsky Werjivker Paulo
61 Betaneli Alexander
62 Vergara Jofre Felipe
63 Carbone Diego
64 Benoit Rodrigo
65 Gauche Charles
66 Teixeira Ricardo Da Silva
67 Coppola Claudio
68 Borges Guilherme Deola
69 Fernandez Maria Florencia
70 Mesias Rojas Rabindranath
71 Cabrera Pando Ramiro
72 Cerda Albornoz Guillermo
73 Carvalho Guillermo
74 Donoso Diaz Sebastian
75 Januario Severino Pereira
76 Madeira Wagner Martins
77 Carvalho Herbert Abreu
78 Markzon Gregory
79 Balzano Ivan
80 Curi Gabriel
81 Granara Barreto Sebastian
82 Dominguez Facundo
83 Lopez Falcon Jorge
84 Mafra Kaiser Luiz
85 Guerrero Alvaro
86 Avgoustopoulos Christian
87 Arias Bouzada Jorge
88 Santos Filho Tadeu Sousa
89 Restuccia Francisco
90 Rothebarth Ana Vitoria De Paula
91 Cervantes Landeiro Thalia
92 Sauvageot Ledezma Diego
93 Tregarthen Emiliano
94 Izquierdo Daniel
95 Medrano Mario
96 Mosconi Ariel
97 Saralegui Mario
98 Andrade Roberto Luiz Costa
99 Mariani Daniel Brandao
100 Bustelo Tabare
101 Okamura Milton Kasuo
102 Caceres Vasquez Sergio
103 Pomar Marcelo Nascimento
104 Manzi Luiz Antonio Bardaro
105 Garmendia Vega Gabriel
106 Torella Rodolfo
107 Soto Nicolas
108 Durante Aurelio
109 Chang Suzana
110 Izquierdo Sebastian
111 Da Silva Junior Sediney Mari
112 Nascimento Pedro Henrique Alves
113 Moccero Eduardo
114 Vazquez Facundo
115 Palma Neira Eliseo Maximiliano
116 Rodriguez Farias Eduardo
117 Chaves Jorge Antonio Torres
118 Ramos Angelo Bil
119 Pena Canapa Alfredo
120 Suarez Pedro
121 Moyses Sobrinho Elias
122 Ruggiero Alvaro
123 Busca Joaquin
124 Ledezma Panades Hernan Javier
125 Pinero Ismael
126 Barandiaran Gabriel
127 Davila Texeira Mario
128 Belistri Ubaldo
129 Zaruski Julio
130 Marrero Javier
131 Cortes Arias Mariela
132 Visillac Alejandro
133 Ortiz Jorge
134 Marques Ubiratan De Azevedo
135 Campora Edgardo
136 Lanaro Emilio
137 Areco Antonio
138 Palmieri Daniel
139 Malan Lucia
140 Nakle Gonzalo
141 Ferrari Carlos
142 Gomes Marco Tulio Caldeira
143 Do Prado Hamilton Mesquita
144 Reolon Victor
145 Solari Pablo
146 Torres Acosta Raul
147 Ramirez Agustin
148 Miraballes Lopez Andres
149 Fein Jorge
150 Amaral Francisco
151 Palacio Enzo
152 Oviedo Mathias
153 Bon Charles
154 Cardozo Camila
155 Arias Duran Jorge
156 Mordetzki Ariel
157 Araujo Daniel
158 Stetsenko Ilya
159 Ribeiro Gilnei Guedes
160 Maestro Esteban
161 Aprahamian Tomas
162 Macias Araya Javier
163 Shih Ferreira Yin Chieh
164 Kulik Nicolas
165 Podesta Sofia
166 Baratta Daniel
167 Michels Luciano Rhinow
168 Sanches Daniel

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Mumbai Mayor’s Cup 2018

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 20:33

11th Mumbai Mayor’s Cup is held from 3 to 9 June in Mumbai.
The venue is Mount Litera School International BKC. The tournament is divided in 3 sections.
216 players are taking part in the group A.
The top seeded are GM Martyn Kravtsiv, GM Mikheil Mchedlishvili, GM Farrukh Amonatov etc…

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Norway Chess 2018 /Karpov Poikovsky Tournament 2018 /Longtou Cup Open

Starting list

1 Kravtsiv Martyn
2 Mchedlishvili Mikheil
3 Amonatov Farrukh
4 Rozum Ivan
5 Grigoryan Karen H.
6 Sandipan Chanda
7 Paichadze Luka
8 Stupak Kirill
9 Mozharov Mikhail
10 Tukhaev Adam
11 Ghosh Diptayan
12 Deepan Chakkravarthy J.
13 Burmakin Vladimir
14 Pruijssers Roeland
15 Tran Tuan Minh
16 Erigaisi Arjun
17 Rahman Ziaur
18 Neverov Valeriy
19 Karthik Venkataraman
20 Harsha Bharathakoti
21 Visakh N R
22 Karthikeyan P.
23 Nguyen Van Huy
24 Neelotpal Das
25 Khusenkhojaev Muhammad
26 Dzhumaev Marat
27 Viani Antonio Dcunha
28 Manik Mikulas
29 Rathnakaran K.
30 Tran Minh Thang
31 Sammed Jaykumar Shete
32 Sidhant Mohapatra
33 Sankalp Gupta
34 Saravana Krishnan P.
35 Siva Mahadevan
36 Neelash Saha
37 Mitrabha Guha
38 Navin Kanna T.U.
39 Kulkarni Vikramaditya
40 Nitish Belurkar
41 Kushagra Mohan
42 Rathanvel V S
43 Raja Rithvik R
44 Skurygin Anton
45 Kulkarni Bhakti
46 Navalgund Niranjan
47 Ziatdinov Raset
48 Pratyusha Bodda
49 Tiwari Arjun
50 Deshmukh Anup
51 Pranav V
52 Ojas Kulkarni
53 Abu Sufian Shakil
54 Sauravh Khherdekar
55 Gajwa Ankit
56 Ajay Karthikeyan
57 Raahul V S
58 Phadke Sohan
59 Manigandan S S
60 Nguyen Phuoc Tam
61 Aaryan Varshney
62 Aditya Mittal
63 Srija Seshadri
64 Tilak Sharad S
65 Bharath Subramaniyam H
66 Pranavananda V
67 Pujari Rucha
68 Lokesh N.
69 Shantharam K.V.
70 Koshy Varugeese
71 Chitlange Sakshi
72 Deshpande Aniruddha
73 Meftahi Houssem
74 Divya Deshmukh
75 Varshini V
76 Saptorshi Gupta
77 Samant Aditya S
78 Surendran N
79 Jubin Jimmy
80 Chowdhury Sohel
81 Mahindrakar Indrajeet
82 Ghosh Chanchal Kumer
83 Michelle Catherina P
84 Abhishek A
85 Tarun V Kanth
86 Joshi S G
87 Barath Kalyan M
88 Sreekumar P.
89 Kavinda Akila
90 Thipsay Bagyashree Sathe
91 Mythireyan P
92 Aishwin Daniel
93 Patil Mitali
94 Panesar Vedant
95 Priyanka K
96 Saranya J
97 Tarun Kanyamarala
98 Kiran Manisha Mohanty
99 Satkar Chirag
100 Badrinath S.
101 Avik Sarker
102 Md.Abzid Rahman
103 Aditya Guhagarkar
104 Polakhare Aryan
105 Md. Jamal Uddin
106 Harini S.
107 Chittal Sairaj
108 Gavi Siddayya
109 Pranesh M
110 Chandreyee Hajra
111 Mrudul Dehankar
112 Aryan Abhijeet Shah
113 Bhatt Jalpan
114 Lakshmi C
115 Dhruv Easwar
116 Anisuzzaman Jewel
117 Sachin Malik
118 Shourya Jain
119 Meenal Gupta
120 Sadnan Hasan Dihan
121 Parthasarathy R
122 Nair Sanjeev
123 Vaibhav Jayant Raut
124 Zia Tahsin Tajwar
125 Acosta Mariano
126 Souradip Deb
127 Inamdar Sameer
128 Joshi Abhijeet
129 Toshali V
130 Sayantan Chandra
131 Shetye Siddhali
132 Adarsh Tripathi
133 Ayushh Ravikumar
134 Shahnaz Mohammad Faruque
135 Yash Dhoke
136 Kadam Om Manish
137 Trisha Kanyamarala
138 Jodunath Biswas
139 Mohammad Hasan
140 Jain Kashish Manoj
141 Kothari Swapnil
142 Rahul Bharadwaj B
143 Deshpande Abhishek
144 Sri Sai Baswanth P
145 Sourath Biswas
146 Dere Pushkar
147 Yutesh P
148 Avinash Ramesh
149 Kishor Shazzad
150 Sudarshan Bhat
151 Dave Sneh
152 Md. Tipu Sultan
153 Hrishikesh Chavan
154 Gawade Milind
155 Rohit S
156 Ghelani Dhairya
157 Aneek Das
158 Ansh M Shah
159 Gokhale Rishabh Chandrashekhar
160 Kanishk S K
161 Arifuzzaman Arif
162 Talukder Umme Taslima Protiva
163 Afzal Kazi Md. Mahbub
164 Kumthekar Shubham
165 Shah Jeet
166 Mezanur Rahman
167 Md. Shahidul Islam
168 Tanmay Jain
169 Dhyana Patel
170 Arnav Maheshwari
171 Ilamparthi A R
172 Barde Om
173 Shah Vishwa
174 Arya Nirag Shah
175 Konatham Snehil
176 Sarthak Rawat
177 Mckenzie Lionel Joseph
178 Ananmay Sharma
179 Md Sohel Rana Pritom
180 Deodhar Vrushali Umesh
181 Aryan Ranjan
182 Keshav Kothari
183 Eesha Ajay Sarda
184 Vijin Babu S
185 Patil Priyanshu
186 Adane Narayani
187 Kadam Nikhil
188 Krishnan Ritvik
189 Harsh Suresh
190 Wettasinha Vasanta
191 Aditya P Melani
192 Behere Ravi
193 Om Batra
194 Bragadeeshwaran Chidambaram.C
195 Abhay Bandewar
196 Sunil Vaidya
197 Joglekar Abhijit
198 Satvik Sharma
199 Debarghya Samanta
200 Arora Honi
201 Ahmed Walijah
202 Potawad Anirudhha
203 Md. Akmal Hossain Khan
204 Bhuta Hriday
205 Bang Atharva
206 Kazi Zarin Tasnim
207 Jain Adi
208 Nehete Arnav
209 Kiyarra Sunil Khaturia
210 Aagam Aditya E
211 Walde Harshal
212 Patil Aditi G
213 Mahi Amit Doshi
214 Mitank Maru
215 Wadifa Ahmed
216 Md. Firoz Kabir

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Karpov Poikovsky Tournament 2018 live

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 14:38

The 19th Karpov International Chess Tournament is taking place in the small Siberian town of Poikovsky, Russia from 27 May to 5 June. The venue is the Sports School “Neptune” in Poikovsky, Nefteyugansk Ugra, Russia. The event is a 10-player single round-robin with the average Elo 2688. The time control is 100 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 50 minutes for 20 moves, then 15 minutes until the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.
Replay the games from Karpov Poikovsky Tournament 2017 here

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Longtou Cup Open /Mongolian Championship 2018

Participants:

Ian Nepomniachtchi
Dmitry Jakovenko
Santosh Gujrathi Vidit
Vladimir Fedoseev
Vladislav Artemiev
Boris Gelfand
Anton Korobov
Vladislav Kovalev
Emil Sutovsky
Victor Bologan

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Top 12 French Teams

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 10:45

The 2018 Top 12 French Team Championship is taking place from 26 May to 5 June in Brest. The 12 best French teams play a single round-robin over 11 rounds. Each match is played over 8 boards, with teams choosing from a starting list of up to 16 players.
It is the strongest French team competition, and one of the best in the world.
Évry, Metz, Monaco, Clichy, Bischwiller, Nice, Mulhouse, Bois-Colombes, Grasse, Saint-Quentin, Tremblay-en-France and Vandœuvre are qualified this year. The winning club will be crowned French champion.

The Clichy team will try to keep the title that it has already won fifteen times in its history. Bischwiller, second last year and champion in 2015, should be Clichy’s main rival for the title.

For eleven days, Brest will be the capital of French chess, but the influence of the Top 12 goes beyond the French borders. With players from 24 different countries last year, including 61 grandmasters, the event has aroused the interest of chess players from around the world. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves plus 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Croatian Women’s Championship 2018 /Mongolian Championship 2018

Categories: Ενημέρωση

China-Russia match in Qinhuangdao

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 10:06

The traditional friendly match between China and Russia is taking place from 26th May to 1st June in Qinhuangdao, China.

The match consists of one round of classical chess and two rounds of blitz.

Team compositions:

Men

Russia: Maxim Matlakov (2704), Sanan Sjugirov (2663), Kirill Alekseenko (2625), Andrey Esipenko (2587), Alexey Sarana (2587), coach – Alexander Motylev.

China: Li Chao (2724), Lu Shanglei (2643), Zhou Jianchao (2624), Wen Yang (2581), Bai Jinshi (2579).

Women

Russia: Valentina Gunina (2526), Aleksandra Goryachkina (2496), Olga Girya (2465), Natalija Pogonina (2457), Polina Shuvalova (2416), coach – Sergei Rublevsky.

China: Shen Yang (2468), Ni Shiqun (2444), Huang Qian (2439), Xiao Yiyi (2345), Zhai Mo (2304).

Qinhuangdao is the eastern-most point of the Great Chinese Wall

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Huge turnout for Silver Lake Chess Festival 2018

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 09:59

One month before the start of the Silver Lake Chess Festival 2018 there are already 220 registered participants from 23 countries. Among them are 68 titled players, including 18 Grandmasters and 21 International Masters.

The Organizing Committee is preparing a rich programme for all ages and playing levels:
– Open “A”, tournament for players rated over 2000 FIDE
– Open “B”, tournament for players rated under 2200 FIDE
– Open “C”, tournament for players rated under 1700 FIDE
– Blitz FIDE rated tournament on a Danube liner “Silver Star”

The Festival is conveniently connected with the Belgrade Amateur Tournament (from 25th June) and International Chess Festival Nis Open (26th June – 4th July). Transfer from Silver Lake to Nis and Belgrade can be arranged upon request.

Full Tournament Regulations

Registration, accommodation, entry fees and airport transfers with the tournament director FM Slobodan Djukić, email: djukicslobodan20@gmail.com, phone +381 62-778-091.

Silver Lake is an oxbow lake along the right Danube bank near the town of Veliko Gradište. It is a popular tourist resort.

The lake has an arch shape, it is 14 kilometers long, up to 300 meters wide and covers an area of 4 km². The water is clear due to the lack of pollution and the natural filtration of the water through many sand dunes. The lake is abundant in fish, including white amur, carp, catfish, pike, perch and other freshwater whitefish.

Fishing poles and kayak paddles are waiting for you. In addition, the Danubia Park Hotel operates a large waterpark right next to the playing hall!

Categories: Ενημέρωση

Longtou Cup Open live

Sat, 05/26/2018 - 08:34

The 1st Longtou Cup “Belt and Road” Chess Open is a 9-round Swiss open taking place in Qinhuangdao, China from 26 May to 4 June. The time control is 90 minutes for all moves, with a 30-second increment from move.
80 players are expected. The top seeded are GM Hao Wang, GM Dmitry Gordievsky, GM Mikhail Antipov etc…

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Czech Olympiad Team Qualification /Mongolian Championship 2018

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Lüneburger Schachfestival 2018

Thu, 05/24/2018 - 15:07

Lueneburger Chess Festival will be held from 6 to 13 July at Hotel-Seminaris Lueneburg.
The tournament is divided in 3 sections.
A-Open (open to all)
B-Open (open for players from 1200 to 1800)
C-Open (open to players up to 1400)
Around 100 players are expected to take part in the tournament.
The top seeded players are GM Evgeny Vorobiov, GM Vadim Malakhatko, GM Azer Mirzoev etc…

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

Starting list

1 Vorobiov Evgeny E
2 Malakhatko Vadim
3 Mirzoev Azer
4 Karpatchev Aleksandr
5 Genov Petar
6 Simantsev Mikhail
7 Sriram Jha
8 Colpe Malte
9 Strebkovs Andrejs
10 Weishäutel Moritz
11 Poeck Ole
12 Stork Oliver
13 Ngo Minh Duc
14 Böhm Jürgen
15 Utiatskaja Irina
16 Ramme Christoph
17 Puschendorf Steffen
18 Möller Dustin
19 Thorsbro Peter
20 Stabolewski Andreas
21 Bathke Jörg
22 Wagner Benjamin
23 Bogachkova Alena
24 Röhr Tobias
25 Kiesel Harald
26 Keyser Robin
27 Bosselmann Tom Linus
28 Drozdowski Konrad
29 Marxen Peter Dr.
30 Kozarcanin Sead
31 Meyer Henrik
32 Matzat Andre
33 Popvasilev Kaloyan
34 Wobbe Sven
35 Hoffmann Lennard
36 Keyser Philipp
37 Harringer Manfred
38 Jöhnk Christian
39 Stolberg-Rohr Thomine
40 Bajorski Leszek Dr.
41 Litfin Boris
42 Lodde Martin
43 Lau Felix
44 Ziese Gerhard
45 Hesse Jürgen
46 Serreck Uwe
47 Bajorski Marius
48 Kiesel Lucas
49 Schwarz Jochen
50 Ploder Udo
51 Kollhoff Josef
52 Reuter Maximilian
53 Farokhi Keyvan
54 Von Estorff Jacob
55 Reuter Elisa
56 Stockmann Till
57 Nyenhuis Yannek
58 Röhr Oliver
59 Buecker Timo
60 Joppich Til
61 Floren Dieter Dr.
62 Seepe Uwe
63 Stork Christopher
64 Bajorski Maria Sophie
65 Deschner Jürgen
66 Schlemminger Degenhard
67 Ische Helmut
68 Kropp Leon
69 Paufler Patrick
70 Raedisch Peter
71 Hinke Gerhard
72 Reuter Marek
73 Von Mettenheim Johannes
74 Schoppe Gottfried
75 Geißler Karl-Heinz
76 Bieler Janek
77 Kiesel Lara
78 Thomas Jeremy
79 Herzog Mike
80 Brühl Rainer
81 Hoffmeyer Florian
82 Stolzenwald Frank
83 Wang Huanying
84 Krüger Dietrich
85 Fuhrmann Berndt

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37th Zalakaros Open

Thu, 05/24/2018 - 14:59

The 37th Zalakaros Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 25 May to 2 June, 2018 in Zalakaros, Hungary. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Karpov Poikovsky Tournament 2018 Longtou Cup Open

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Rheinland-Pfalz-Open Nickenich

Thu, 05/24/2018 - 14:51

10th Rheinland-Pfalz-Open Nickenich will be held from 31 May to 3 June in Nickenich.
Around 200 players are expected to take part. The top seeded are GM Alexandre Dgebuadze, GM Viesturs Meijers etc…

Starting list

1 Dgebuadze Alexandre
2 Meijers Viesturs
3 Petrisor Adrian-Marian
4 Srinath Rao S.V.
5 Barzen Pascal
6 Syrov Arkadi
7 Zimmermann Klemens
8 Puth Dieter
9 Köllner Ruben Gideon
10 Roos Thomas
11 Farmani Anosheh Yasha
12 Van Der Valk Niklas
13 Minkovitch Michael
14 Suranyi Pal
15 Marquardt Christian
16 Weber Samuel
17 Fink Christian
18 Neurohr Jürgen
19 Ronge Tim Hendrick
20 Berresheim Helmut
21 Stull Norbert
22 Busch Lorenz
23 Schön Ralf Dr.
24 Köllner Christof
25 Stümer Paul
26 Hinrichs Hans-Uwe
27 Begri Robert
28 Syed Tareq
29 Montermann Klaus
30 Mitran Anthony Cristian
31 Spreemann Ralf Dr.
32 Kathstede Gerd Dr.
33 Cornelius Jörg
34 Matusch Dirk Dr.
35 Bruziks George
36 Köllner Aaron Noah
37 Deckert Frank
38 Kolthoff Siegmund
39 Begri Felix
40 Fleuch Hans-Jürgen
41 Waffenschmidt Joachim
42 Link Klaus
43 Schwab Thomas
44 Schnur Edmund
45 Knapp Michael Dr.
46 Hinrichs Niklas
47 Reitz Philipp
48 Kopf Rainer
49 Gruschinski Rainer
50 Hauer Andreas
51 Hinrichs Paul
52 Büse Ralf
53 Van Der Wouw Karsten
54 Reimann Gunther
55 Rörig Gerhard
56 Opitz Frank
57 Metzing Joachim
58 Schönberger Kay
59 Hipler Andreas Dr.
60 Grosse Christian
61 Noras Peter
62 Müller Mark
63 Zirwes Hans Jürgen
64 Lütz Jannik
65 Roj Michaela
66 Damke Boris Dr.
67 Drescher Werner
68 Klein Günther
69 Hynar Alexandra
70 Köllner Felicitas Ophelia
71 Vossen Harald
72 Merges Harald
73 Hubrich Thomas
74 Fink Wolfgang
75 Wieber Dominik
76 Endres Thomas
77 Michels Holger
78 Warkentin Peter
79 Tegin Dmitry
80 Steinhauser Florian
81 Reitz Theresa
82 Düro Liam
83 Trepkowski Piotr
84 Wilk Jan
85 Lachnit Manfred
86 Marzec Witold
87 Fetzer Roman
88 John Volkmar
89 Michels Fabio
90 Gnad Gunnar
91 Renner Michael Dr.
92 Bigott Martin
93 Mitran Marie
94 Ley Reinhard
95 Weber Andreas
96 Müller Michael
97 Riedel Thomas
98 Ohler Julius
99 Vitz Hans-Joachim
100 Hoppe Jens
101 Von Häfen Dieter
102 Marechal Georges
103 Rokitta Norbert
104 Stange Jörg Dr.
105 Pikatz Frank
106 Weber Frank
107 Probstfeld Bernd
108 Wachtel Anton
109 Van Leyen Peter
110 Königs Paul
111 Wladimir Markus
112 Decrouppe Johann
113 Strate Wolfgang
114 Quägwer Gerhard
115 Anetsberger Carlos
116 Woyave Pascal
117 Weckerle Anatol
118 Höber Michael
119 Hesper Axel
120 Becker Stefan
121 Plum Paul
122 Van Der Valk Reiner Dr.
123 Fröhlich Markus
124 Marx Christina
125 Zimmer Elmar
126 Kirschweng Luca
127 Lang Jochen
128 Mitran Ovi
129 Kozlowski Stephan
130 Scheffler Jürgen
131 Klemens Martina
132 Rösch Felix
133 Brandt Antje
134 Daub Christina
135 De Luca Andrew
136 Hesch Lukas
137 Arndt Lena
138 Steinbach Julian
139 Lenz Joshua
140 Fels Georg
141 Engel Hans-Peter
142 Elpelt Silvia
143 Schrott Nick
144 Meurer Finn
145 Sequeira Titus
146 Höblich Markus
147 Meuer David
148 Von Rhöneck Niclas
149 Conrad Nico
150 Seng Alexander
151 Reuther Marvin
152 Weber Winfried Willi
153 Keller Lukas
154 Busley Tim
155 Busley Patrick
156 Wohde Manfred
157 Fey Karl-Heinz
158 Busch Dorothee
159 Marquardt Jonas
160 Kirschweng Alexander
161 Schröder André
162 Englert Georg
163 Roth Niklas
164 Khalil Cengiz
165 Elenz Elisa
166 Schneider Fynn
167 Vitz Jeremias
168 Olma Saskia
169 Hess Nikita
170 Böhm Aljoscha
171 Schuck Nils
172 Von Elmpt Leo
173 Nedilko Marko
174 Barz Leon
175 Lang Gabriela
176 Michel Sebastien

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John Paul Gomez and Catherine Secopito are the winners at Philippine National Games

Thu, 05/24/2018 - 09:07

Grandmaster John Paul Gomez (Philippines)

Philippine National Games were held from 20 to 23 May. Venue was Robinson Galeria, Mandaue City, Cebu.
In the Open section 66 players took part.
The winner is GM John Paul Gomez with 6 points out of 7.
Second is IM Paulo Bersamina with 5,5 points and third is GM Darwin Laylo also with 5,5 points.
In the Women section 43 players took part.
The winner is WIM Catherine Secopito with 6 points out of 7.
Second is WGM Janelle Mae Frayna with 5,5 points and third is WIM Marie Antoinette San Diego also with 5,5 points.

Final standings Open section

1 GOMEZ John Paul 6
2 BERSAMINA Paulo 5,5
3 LAYLO Darwin 5,5
4 GARCIA Jan Emmanuel 5,5
5 JACUTINA John Merill 5,5
6 ANTONIO Rogelio Jr. 5,5
7 GONZALES Jayson 5
8 PANGILINAN Stephen Rome 5
9 FLORENDO Joey Albert 5
10 MONTOYA Edsel 4,5
11 DOCENA Jerad 4,5
YAP Kim Steven 4,5
13 DIMAKILING Oliver 4,5
14 MICIANO John Marvin 4,5
15 PASCUA Haridas 4,5
16 LUPIAN Alexander 4,5
17 BALQUIN Jhonnel 4,5
18 BULICATIN Jay Dv 4,5
19 SALUBRE Jayson 4,5
20 MANGAO Danny Maersk 4
21 BERNARDINO Marlon 4
22 PALASIGUE Gal Brien 4
23 MONTOYO Ted Ian 4
24 MAKINANO Anthony 4
25 MANGUBAT Mario 4
26 PASON Allan 4
27 ZAMORA Earl John 4
28 LITERATUS Austin Jacob 3,5
29 VALDEZ Dennis 3,5
30 ALIDANI Leonardo 3,5
31 DELA CRUZ Noel 3,5
32 SUMNGAT Elmer 3,5
33 GALON John Rey 3,5
34 JIMENEZ Ricardo 3,5
35 GOHETIA Richard 3,5
36 TRANGIA Jimzon 3,5
37 MAGPILY John Michael 3,5
38 BATUCAN John Ray 3,5
39 CABUENOS Carlos 3,5
40 AZOTE Ahmad Ali 3,5
41 VILLAROJO Marc Bryan 3,5
42 MAGNO Cedric 3,5
43 BALANAY Marc Francis 3
44 MOSQUEDA Anthony 3
45 PARRO Francis Roi 3
46 LANGAMON Ramil 3
47 JORGIO Andre Miguel 3
48 LORENA Carlo 3
49 ILIGAN Arnel June 3
50 BASILGO Adrian Basil 3
51 BONDOC Nino 3
52 RESUERA Romeo 2,5
53 YAP Gerry 2,5
54 OMEREZ Roy 2
55 MAGBANUA Jud Renzo 2
56 SISTOZA Jester 2
57 RIVERA Alberto Jr. 2
58 OLAC Jovan Rey 2
59 ROMITMAN Leo 2
60 CRISPINO Jerecho 2
61 VIAJAR James Noel 2
62 TAMPUS Thomas 1
63 ERAGA Rodnie Jay 1
64 ORTIZ Oswaldo 1
65 VILLAREAL Nelson 1
66 LOFRANCO Leo 0
AUSTRIA Mark Andy 0

Final standings Women section

1 SECOPITO Catherine 6
2 FRAYNA Janelle Mae 5,5
3 SAN DIEGO Marie Antoinette 5,5
4 GALAS Bernadette 5,5
5 SUEDE Mikee Charlene 5
6 MENDOZA Shania Mae 5
7 YAON Michelle 5
8 ACEDO Rowelyn Joy 4,5
9 BERNALES Christy Lamiel 4,5
10 MAGPILY Francois Marie 4,5
11 VICENTE Venice 4,5
12 SUEDE Akiko Charmaine 4
13 RAMOS April Joy 4
14 MIRANO Mira 4
15 TABUDLONG Zsuzsa Grace 4
16 DOROY Allanney Jia 4
17 MOULIC Ella Grace 4
18 APAO Exiquila 4
19 QUINANOLA Glybel Jane 3,5
20 MORALA Keith Claire Carlisle 3,5
21 OLENDO Sara Francine 3,5
22 LIM Adelaide Joie 3,5
23 YNGAYO Dhona 3,5
24 TATOY Glesit Marie 3,5
25 BANGUIRAN Kristensen 3,5
26 EUMAGUE Kylene Mae 3
27 ENRIQUEZ Jean Karen 3
28 GUDEZ Gale Anne 3
29 TUMBOS Eden 3
30 MENDOZA Bea 3
31 SUEDE Alexis Charlotte 3
32 BIÑAN Angelyn 3
33 CATULAY Jinky 3
34 BAJO Jeremy Rose 2,5
35 LEQUIN Mary Jonah 2,5
36 SUPAS Daisiree Lynn 2
37 TIMBAS Rosela 2
38 PADRO Roxanne 2
39 SONJACO Khay Zoila 2
40 DOMINISE Jobielyn 1,5
41 TRUMATA Nicole Kate 1,5
42 ROBILLOS Airene 0
LATINE Nel-Joy 0

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Croatian Women’s Championship 2018

Wed, 05/23/2018 - 20:40

The 2018 Croatian Women’s Championship is 9-round Swiss tournament taking place in Zagreb, Croatia from 23-29 May. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Mongolian Championship 2018 Summer Chess Classic – Group A

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Kacper Piorun wins 6th edition Polish-Hungarian friendship chess tournament in Katowice

Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:55

Polish-Hungarian friendship chess championship was held on the week-end of 5-6 May 2018. The 600 players from ten countries participated in 6th edition chess event. 9-round Rapid Swiss open took place in the International Congress Center in Katowice city in Poland.
The time control was 15 minutes per player, with a 10-second increment for each move. The prize fund amounted 40, 000 PLN (approximately 10,000 EUR). The aim of the tournament is to make Polish-Hungarian relations stronger. The event was organized by the cities of Katowice cooperation with Miskolc and the Silesian chess Association.
from left: Andrzej Matusiak, President of Silesian Chess Association, Adam Dzwonkowski, President of Polish Chess Federation, Lukasz Turlej, Chief Organizer and Vice-president of Polish Chess Federation, -Grzegorz Matusiak, Member of Parliament, Mariusz Skiba Vice Mayor of the Katowice, prof. Adrienne Kormendy Consul General of Hungary, Jan Chrzaszcz, Deputy Voivod, Adam Leski and Michal Luty – event initiators, Bartosz Sulkowski, organizer.

The event attracted strong Grand Masters including: well known chess family Bartosz Socko 2630 and Monika Socko 2360, Robert Kempinski 2583, Pakleza Zbigniew 2549, legendary Michal Krasenkow 2546 and two times World solving Champion Kacper Piorun 2639 , who managed to win the tournament with amazing score 8/9.

GM Bartosz Socko was leading with perfect score 5/5. In 7th round he lost winning position with IM Hnydiuk Aleksander, and shared 2nd – 4th places with 7,5/9 together with IM Hnydiuk, Aleksander, IM Klekowski, Maciej and Ukrainian GM Kazakov, Mikhail.
European Chess TV was broadcasting the event. IM Piotr Nguyen (half-Polish half-Vietnamese) and WGM Keti Tsatsalashvili (Georgian) were doing live commentary of the games from the open studio.

Youngest participants got special prices.
Source: http://chesscup.com.pl/en/results/kategoria-open
Photos by Walusza photography, Karol Bartnik (1st photo)

Report WGM Keti Tsatsalashvili

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Czech Olympiad Team Qualification

Wed, 05/23/2018 - 09:30

Czech Olympiad Qualification is a double round-robin tournament of six top Czech players taking place from 25 May to 3 June in Prague. Winner of the tournament will join David Navara, Viktor Laznicka and Zbynek Hracek as fourth member of this year’s Czech Chess Olympiad team. Last, fifth player, will be selected by the team captain. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game with 30 second increment starting from move one.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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Marian Tiberiu Georgescu wins Romanian Championship

Wed, 05/23/2018 - 09:24

The 2018 Romanian Championship was a 9-round Swiss tournament which took place from 14-22 May in Băile Olănești.
53 players took part in the tournament.
Before the last round Marian Tiberiu Georgescu was leading with a half point and all the top boards have finished draw.
After 9 rounds the winner is GM Marian Tiberiu Georgescu with 7 points.
Second is GM Daniel Deac Bogdan with 6,5 and third is GM Vlad-Cristian Jianu also with 6,5 points.

Replay the games here

Final standings

1 Georgescu Tiberiu-Marian 7
2 Deac Bogdan-Daniel 6,5
3 Jianu Vlad-Cristian 6,5
4 Marin Mihail 6
5 Nevednichy Vladislav 6
6 Manolache Marius 6
7 Istratescu Andrei 6
8 Secheres Adrian-Simion 6
9 Anton Teodor 6
10 Szabo Gergely-Andras-Gyula 5,5
11 Gavrilescu David 5,5
12 Daianu Cristian-Clement 5,5
13 Banzea Alexandru-Bogdan 5,5
14 Posedaru Bogdan 5,5
15 Stoleriu George 5,5
16 Ileana George 5
17 Pisu Robert-Daniel 5
18 Manea Alexandru 5
19 Pribeanu Mihail-Dacian 5
20 Dobre Claudiu-Cristian 5
21 Ciorgovean Iustin 5
22 Horvat Dan-Sebastian 4,5
23 Iustin Silviu 4,5
24 Pop Alexandru 4,5
25 Vasilescu Lucian-Mihail 4,5
26 Vasiesiu Victor 4,5
27 Dumitru Matei-Ioan 4,5
28 Paraschiv Paul-Alexandru 4,5
29 Coca Cristi-Iulian 4,5
30 Neagu Liviu 4,5
31 Sava Bogdan 4,5
32 Rusan Paul-Cristian 4,5
33 Stanciu Alexandru-Ovidiu 4
34 Chima Radu-Niculin 4
35 Farcadi Hunor 4
36 Bobocea Laurentiu-Vlad 4
37 Ciobanu Viorel-Adrian 4
38 Raducanu Andrei-Augustin 4
39 Stan Andrei-Mihaita 3,5
40 Cotruta Alexandru-Mihai 3,5
41 Craciun Ovidiu 3,5
42 Albu George 3,5
43 Pislariu Stefanel-Vasilica 3,5
44 Toma Mihail 3
45 Morariu Daniel 3
46 Rauca Horatiu-Augustin 3
47 Berechet Stefan-Mario 3
48 Tufa Mihai 3
49 Cenusa Mihai 2,5
50 Muller Wilhelm 2,5
51 Dinca Ovidiu 2,5
52 Afloarei Jenica 1,5
53 Creanga Robert-Ionut 0,5

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TCEC Premier Division – the battle for the top begins

Tue, 05/22/2018 - 17:22

TCEC Season 12 graphic by Santiago Mendez (click image for full size)

TCEC Premier Division – the strongest round robin championship for chess software – is going to start this Wednesday, May 23rd, at 20:00 CET. The eight strongest computer chess programs in the world with over 3300 ELO will compete in the 12th edition of the highest division of the Top Chess Engine Championship.

TCEC Premier Division consists of the 6 engines that qualified from Season 11 plus the top 2 engines from First Division. This year we will see the reigning champion Stockfish, as well Houdini, Komodo, Fire, Chiron, Andscacs, Ginkgo, and Jonny. The event is a 8x round robin (224 games) which runs 24/7 until all games have been played. One game is played at a time – the next one starts automatically. The top 2 engines will qualify for the Superfinal, where the champion of Season 12 will be determined in a traditional 100 games match of classical chess.

TCEC official website / TCEC on Twitch / Facebook page / Full information on Season 12

TCEC Premier Division participants

Ginkgo and Jonny are the newcomers to TCEC Premier Division. They promoted from First Division after a fierce fight with Fizbo, Booot, Laser and Fritz. Ginkgo has a new version and the update includes tablebases support. Other engines that come with new versions this season are Stockfish, Komodo, Chiron, and Andscacs. The benchmark of this season – the engine to which other engines progress will be tracked – is Houdini, which will still participate with its champion version from Season 10.

It is expected that the average ELO added per engine is around 30 points, which makes this season’s Premier Division the strongest 8 player round robin in history.

Follow the games on the official website

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Norway Chess 2018 LIVE!

Tue, 05/22/2018 - 17:12

The tournament starts with blitz chess matches on May 27th and the last round is June 7th. The 6 first rounds are played at Clarion Hotel Energy before the last 3 rounds, 5th-7th. June is played at Stavanger Concert Hall.
We are pleased to present a fantastic field of players to Altibox Norway Chess 2018!

Participants:

Magnus Carlsen (Norway)
Shahriyar Mamedyarov (Azerbaijan)
Wesley So (USA)
Levon Aronian (Armenia)
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (France)
Hikaru Nakamura (USA)
Fabiano Caruana (USA)
Vishy Anand (India)
Ding Liren (China)
Sergey Karjakin (Russia)

This solid field of players confirms once again that Altibox Norway Chess is the world’s strongest 10-person tournament. The tournament concept has been very well received by players, teams, sponsors, press and fans. The international tournament that takes place in Stavanger, Norway each year has earned its high ranked spot on the world-chess map!

Two of the 2018 participants debuts at Altibox Norway Chess. Shahriyar Mamedyarov from Azerbaijan, currently number 2 in the world and Ding Liren from China, who is currently ranked 11th in the world (FIDE).

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

Replay Norway Chess 2017

Program Altibox Norway Chess 2018
May 27 – June 8

May 27 – Blitz (Clarion Hotel Energy)

May 28- 1st Round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

May 29th – 2nd round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

May 30th – 3rd round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

May 31 – Day off

June 1 – 4th Round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

June 2 – 5th round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

June 3 – 6th round (Clarion Hotel Energy)

June 4 – Day off

June 5 – 7th round (Stavanger Concert Hall)
Norway Summit (Clarion Hotel Energy)

June 6 – 8th round (Stavanger Concert Hall)

June 7 – 9th round (Stavanger Concert Hall)

June 8 – Tentative Playoff TBA

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Srinath Narayanan wins Kolkata Open 2018

Tue, 05/22/2018 - 15:44

The 3rd Kolkata International Grandmaster Open Chess Tournament was held from 14 to 22 May in Kolkata.
Venue was The New Town School. Tournament was organised by Dibyendu Barua and Allsport Foundation.
200 players took part in the tournament.
After 9 rounds, the winner is GM Srinath Narayanan, who drew in the last round against GM Sundar M. Shyam and finished with 7,5 points.
Second is GM Chakkravarthy J. Deepan, who won in the last round against GM Deep Sengupta and also made 7,5 points.
Third is GM Nigel Short who only drew his last two games and finished with 7 points.

Replay the games here

Final standings

1 Narayanan Srinath 7,5
2 Deepan Chakkravarthy J. 7,5
3 Short Nigel D 7
4 Shyam Sundar M. 7
5 Erigaisi Arjun 7
6 Harsha Bharathakoti 7
7 Tukhaev Adam 6,5
8 Rozum Ivan 6,5
9 Burmakin Vladimir 6,5
10 Amonatov Farrukh 6,5
11 Nihal Sarin 6,5
12 Karthikeyan Murali 6,5
13 Rahman Ziaur 6,5
14 Gupta Abhijeet 6,5
15 Vishnu Prasanna. V 6,5
16 Neverov Valeriy 6,5
17 Nguyen Van Huy 6,5
18 Iniyan P 6,5
19 Sengupta Deep 6
20 Sandipan Chanda 6
21 Lalith Babu M R 6
22 Raghunandan Kaumandur Srihari 6
23 Gukesh D 6
24 Vignesh N R 6
25 Tran Tuan Minh 6
26 Ravi Teja S. 6
27 Nguyen Phuoc Tam 6
28 Neelash Saha 6
29 Aravindh Chithambaram Vr. 6
30 Kaustuv Kundu 6
31 Swapnil S. Dhopade 6
32 Das Sayantan 5,5
33 Nitin S. 5,5
34 Neelotpal Das 5,5
35 Rajdeep Sarkar 5,5
36 Sangma Rahul 5,5
Sahoo Utkal Ranjan 5,5
38 Rathnakaran K. 5,5
39 Koustav Chatterjee 5,5
40 Shyaamnikhil P 5,5
41 Khusenkhojaev Muhammad 5,5
42 Manigandan S S 5,5
43 Rahul Srivatshav P 5,5
44 Laxman R.R. 5,5
45 Sundararajan Kidambi 5,5
46 Jubin Jimmy 5,5
47 Sai Vishwesh.C 5,5
48 Tran Minh Thang 5,5
49 Krishna C R G 5,5
50 Wagh Suyog 5,5
51 Sidhant Mohapatra 5,5
52 Konguvel Ponnuswamy 5,5
53 Rajesh V A V 5,5
54 Aronyak Ghosh 5,5
55 Saravana Krishnan P. 5
56 Patil Pratik 5
57 Srijit Paul 5
58 Kushagra Mohan 5
59 Senthil Maran K 5
60 Vaishali R 5
61 Aradhya Garg 5
62 Kulkarni Vinayak 5
63 Sekar B 5
64 Aaryan Varshney 5
65 Saurabh Anand 5
66 Manik Mikulas 5
67 Mendonca Leon Luke 5
68 Navalgund Niranjan 5
69 Ajay Karthikeyan 5
70 Islam Kh. Aminul 5
71 Gomes Mary Ann 5
72 Alan Diviya Raj 5
73 Deviatkin Andrei 5
74 Aditya Mittal 5
75 Thipsay Praveen M 5
76 Roy Chowdhury Saptarshi 5
77 Ashwath R. 5
78 Abu Sufian Shakil 5
79 Shelke Sankarsha 5
80 Arya Bhakta 5
81 Mitrabha Guha 5
82 Dhulipalla Bala Chandra Prasad 5
83 Mohammad Minhaz Uddin 5
84 Deshpande Aniruddha 5
85 Om Kharola 5
86 Ojas Kulkarni 4,5
87 Ziatdinov Raset 4,5
88 Arjun Kalyan 4,5
89 Suvrajit Saha 4,5
90 Nandhidhaa Pv 4,5
91 Balasubramaniam H 4,5
92 Gajwa Ankit 4,5
93 Raja Rithvik R 4,5
94 Subhayan Kundu 4,5
95 Priyanka Nutakki 4,5
96 Baivab Mishra 4,5
97 Dixit Nikhil 4,5
98 Lokesh N. 4,5
99 Jayakumaar S 4,5
100 Mohota Nisha 4,5
101 Tiwari Arjun 4,5
102 Kunal M. 4,5
103 Bharath Subramaniyam H 4,5
104 Harshavardhan G B 4,5
105 Arpan Das (Jr) 4,5
106 Santu Mondal 4,5
107 Bhambure Shantanu 4,5
108 Hari Madhavan N B 4,5
109 Panda Sambit 4,5
110 Pruthu Deshpande 4,5
111 Arindam Mukherjee 4,5
112 Rajarshi Dutta 4,5
113 Mohite Ranveer 4,5
114 Thipsay Bagyashree Sathe 4,5
115 Bidhar Rutumbara 4,5
116 Gusain Himal 4,5
117 Mullick Raahil 4,5
118 Vatsal Singhania 4,5
119 Manish Anto Cristiano F 4,5
120 Prasad Devaki V 4
121 Anand Nadar 4
122 Rahman Syed Mahfuzur 4
123 Siva Mahadevan 4
124 Ahmed Sk. Nasir 4
125 Krishnater Kushager 4
126 Pranav V 4
127 Samant Aditya S 4
128 Mahitosh Dey 4
129 Utsab Chatterjee 4
130 Goswami Vedant 4
131 Mahindrakar Indrajeet 4
132 Nayak Rajesh 4
133 Jain Nityata 4
134 Jaeel Atharva 4
135 Jeet Jain 4
136 Gandhi Anish 4
137 S M Sharon 4
138 Rakshitta Ravi 4
139 Siddharth Sabharishankar 4
140 Dileep Kumar R 4
141 Makhija Aashna 4
142 Kumar Gaurav 4
143 Lakshmi C 4
144 Mohammad Fahad Rahman 3,5
145 Anustoop Biswas 3,5
146 Nitin Shankar Madhu 3,5
147 Kishan Gangolli 3,5
148 Arpita Mukherjee 3,5
149 Arpan Das 3,5
150 Kavinda Akila 3,5
151 Soham Datar 3,5
152 Matta Vinay Kumar 3,5
153 Mehdi Hasan Parag 3,5
154 Sonkalan Bharati 3,5
155 Chowdhury Sohel 3,5
156 Shahil Dey 3,5
157 Shah Rishab 3,5
158 Suvradeepta Das 3,5
159 Harshita Guddanti 3,5
160 Didwania Vishal 3,5
161 Lama Surbir 3,5
162 Sa Kannan 3,5
163 Khan Mokaddesur Rahman 3,5
164 Polakhare Aryan 3,5
165 Mrudul Dehankar 3,5
166 Tarun V Kanth 3,5
167 Hari Suresh 3
168 Jennitha Anto K. 3
169 Pranav Shetty 3
170 Ghosh Chanchal Kumer 3
171 Anisuzzaman Jewel 3
172 Rathore Sonakshi 3
173 Vinay Thomas Abraham 3
174 Chandreyee Hajra 3
175 Soundarya Kumar Pradhan 3
176 Souhardo Basak 3
177 Harshini A 3
178 Zia Tahsin Tajwar 3
179 Wairagade Khush 3
180 Samrat Ghorai 3
181 Kiran Manisha Mohanty 3
182 Vantika Agrawal 2,5
183 Krithigga K 2,5
184 Arka Sengupta 2,5
185 Saksham Rautela 2,5
186 Deepthamsh Reddy. M 2,5
187 Aryan B Joshi 2,5
188 Makwana Ashvin K 2,5
189 Siddharth Jagadeesh 2
190 Shrutarshi Ray 2
191 Acosta Mariano 2
192 Godbole Atharva 2
193 Sandip Dey 2
194 Harshit Arya 2
195 Hamid Rani 2
196 Dahal Sushrut 1
197 Palit Somak 0,5
198 Deota Snehil S 0
199 Skurygin Anton 0

More live chess Mongolian Championship 2018
/Summer Chess Classic – Group A /Romanian Championship 2018

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Iva Videnova wins Tournament of the Champions

Tue, 05/22/2018 - 10:05

The “Tournament of the Champions” was a 10-player round-robin tournament which took place from 14-21 May 2018 in Pleven, Bulgaria.
All the strongest Bulgarian women have played, except Antoaneta Stefanova.
IM Iva Videnova took by storm the tournament with 8,5 points out of 9. She gained 27 rating points also.
The competition was for the second place. In the end WGM Adriana Nikolova took it with 6 points and third is the young FM Gabriela Antova with 5,5 points

replay the games here

Final standings

1 Videnova Iva 8,5
2 Nikolova Adriana 6
3 Antova Gabriela 5,5
4 Genova Lyubka 5
5 Raeva Elitsa 4,5
6 Salimova Nurgyul 4,5
7 Radeva Viktoria 4
8 Voiska Margarita 3
9 Velcheva Maria 2,5
10 Gocheva Rumiana 1,5

More live chess Mongolian Championship /Summer Chess Classic – Group A /Romanian Championship 2018

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Mongolian Women’s Championship

Tue, 05/22/2018 - 08:55

The Mongolian Women’s Championship is a 12-player round-robin tournament taking place from 19-27 May 2018 in Arkhangai, Mongolia. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Summer Chess Classic – Group A /Romanian Championship 2018 /Kolkata International Grandmaster Open tournament 2018

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