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“Now we have the future,” said Garry Kasparov as he opened the Match of the Millennials in St. Louis. The event sees US and Rest of the World teams compete in
The 50th Biel Chess Festival has brought some chess legends back into the limelight, with former champions Anatoly Karpov and Vlastimil Hort playing in the opening rapid knockout, while 65-year-old Rafael
Radek Wojtaszek beat Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu in Sunday’s final round to win the 2017 Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting. Only a win would do, since Vladimir Fedoseev crushed Wang Yue and would have
After the quiet start and rest day it was all about Alexander Grischuk in Jiayuguan, as the Russian star won one rook ending and one crushing attacking game to triumph 3:1
Radek Wojtaszek squandered a win against Matthias Bluebaum and then lamented, “that’s somehow the story of the tournament - there are many winning chances, but everything ends in a draw”. The