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US Chess 8h
“The players had no new answers to the question, ‘...is Black the new White’” on round seven of
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Boyd Reed 11h
Hey, - your app needs help with . 🤣
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chess24.com 12h
So has now started with 7 draws, just as in Carlsen-Karjakin in New York in 2016!
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US Chess 13h
Who would win in tug-of-war?
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US Chess 13h
Making a wild prediction that game 7 will end in a draw
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US Chess 13h
Interesting possibility for to sacrifice his bishop with 26...Be4!? for perpetual check.
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US Chess 14h
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US Chess 14h
“I think we’re getting to the point where one mistake will decide the match” -
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US Chess 15h
Former World Champion and recent winner of the blitz, is being interviewed on . Watch live:
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Viswanathan Anand Nov 15
Thank you Kolkata. Thank you . Was a wonderful week. Amazing performance by in both events. My Indian thambis did a great job. Especially . The smallest ones and fought valiantly. Think Indian chess didn’t look better!
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American Chess Mag 15h
Fabiano Caruana, after 5.Bf4
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US Chess 15h
Put your pencils aside... The Ball Point Pen is lined with meteor dust and is the official pen for
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US Chess 15h
Imagine playing a chess game while being photographed from every angle... Luckily for the players, the press is only allowed in the playing room for the first 5 minutes of the game.
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US Chess 15h
Fabiano showing his claws
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Kostya Kavutskiy 16h
What time is this?
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US Chess 16h
The first surprise of the game is the incredibly rare 10...Qd8!? is clearly in preparation and is the first to take a long think.
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US Chess 16h
Round 7 has begun with 9-year-old Shreyas Royal playing 1.d4 for . Read more about Royal's story here:
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