Caruana Wins Norway Chess

By On June 07, 2018

Caruana Wins Norway Chess

Caruana Wins Norway Chess

Caruana Wins Norway Chess

PeterDoggers | 4 hrs ago

Fabiano Caruana won the €75,000 first prize at the Altibox Norway Chess tournament after beating Wesley So and seeing his main rivals draw their games. In the last round Vishy Anand won a gainst Sergey Karjakin. ...

Caruana, Nakamura Win In Norway Chess Round 8

Caruana, Nakamura Win In Norway Chess Round 8

PeterDoggers | 1 day ago

It was a good day for American chess as both Hikaru Nakamura and Fabiano Caruana won their games at the Altibox Norway Chess tournament, and Wesley So held a worse rook ending. Magnus Carlsen, So, Nakamura and Caruana are lea...

Norway Chess: Anand Wins; Mamedyarov Admits Pre-Arranged Draws

Norway Chess: Anand Wins; Mamedyarov Admits Pre-Arrange...

PeterDoggers | 2 days ago

Viswanathan Anand defeated Maxime Vachier-Lagra ve in round seven of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament and is now tied for first place. The other news today was Shakhriyar Mamedyarov admitting to having been involved in pre-arranged draws. ...

Malcolm Pein: FIDE Deputy President 2018, President 2022?

Malcolm Pein: FIDE Deputy President 2018, President 202...

PeterDoggers | 2 days ago

On Monday, FIDE presidential candidate Georgios Makropoulos announced his ticket. The deputy president on his ticket is the well-known organizer Malcolm Pein, who told Chess.com he "would be interested" in running for president in 2022. The FIDE...

So Beats Carlsen, Shakes Up Norway Chess Standings

So Beats Carlsen, Shakes Up Norway Chess Standings

PeterDoggers | 4 days ago

On Sunday, Wesley So won his first-ever classical game against Magnus Carlsen and shook up the standings at the Altibox Norway Chess tournament. Together with Levon Aronian he is now half a point behind the world champion, bu...

Caruana Beats Karjakin In Norway Chess Round 5

Caruana Beats Karjakin In Norway Chess Round 5

PeterDoggers | 5 days ago

Fabiano Caruana is back at 50 percent thanks to a good win over Sergey Karjakin today at the Altibox Norway Chess tournament. As a result, Magnus Carlsen's lead increased back to a full point. This Saturday started with the sad ne...

Aronian, Karjakin Win In Norway Chess Round 4; Ding Withdraws

Aronian, Karjakin Win In Norway Chess Round 4; Ding Wit...

PeterDoggers | 6 days ago

Sergey Karjakin and Levon Aronian won their games in round four of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament. Both defeated the Gruenfeld defense, against Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov respectively. Update: On Satur...

Ding Liren Wins Cook-Off, Then Heads To Hospital With Fractured Hip

Ding Liren Wins Cook-Off, Then Heads To Hospital With F...

PeterDoggers | 6 days ago

Ding Liren fell off a bicycle before winning a cooking contest with Vishy Anand and then learned in the hospital that he has a fractured hip. Ding likely won't play more games in the Altibox Norway Chess tournament. Update: after surgery on Frid...

Carlsen Beats Aronian, Expands Lead At Norway Chess

Carlsen Beats Aronian, Expands Lead At Norway Chess

PeterDoggers | 8 days ago

Magnus Carlsen increased his lead to a full point with a convincing win over Levon Aronian today. The other four games in round three of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament ended in draws. With his two wins and one draw, a tournam...

Who Will Qualify For The Speed Chess Championship?

Who Will Qualify For The Speed Chess Championship?

FM MikeKlein | 8 days ago

The third edition of Chess.com's Speed Chess Championship brings back 16 of the world's best blitz ballers, but only 14 will be invited to the bracket. The remaining two have to earn their way in via two qualifiers. The Speed Chess season kicks ...

Carlsen Retains Lead After Quick Draws In Norway Chess Round 2

Carlsen Retains Lead After Quick Draws In Norway Chess ...

PeterDoggers | 9 days ago

It took just 2.5 hours for all games to finish in draws in round two of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament in Stavanger, Norway. Magnus Carlsen retained his half-point lead. It was one of those days. Most round-robin tournaments have at le...

Carlsen Beats Caruana In Altibox Norway Chess Round 1

Carlsen Beats Caruana In Altibox Norway Chess Round 1

PeterDoggers | 10 days ago

As the only winner of the round, Magnus Carlsen defeated Fabiano Caruana on day one of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament in Stavanger, Norway. Caruana was scratching and clawing for every inch, but had to resign after 77 moves in a queen en...

Wesley So Wins Norway Chess Opening Blitz

Wesley So Wins Norway Chess Opening Blitz

PeterDoggers | 11 days ago

Wesley So won the Altibox Norway Chess opening blitz tournament on Sunday in Stavanger. "Totally unexpected, I suppose," the Ameri can GM said. "Everyone expected Magnus to dominate again, like last year." After ending his work with his f...

A Star-Studded Baden-Baden Wins Bundesliga

A Star-Studded Baden-Baden Wins Bundesliga

PeterDoggers | 13 days ago

Despite bringing top players Fabiano Caruana, Maxime Vachier -Lagrave and Vishy Anand, the team of Baden-Baden scored only a narrow 4.5-3.5 victory against Solingen to clinch its 12th Bundesliga title in 13 years. The playoff between Baden-B...

Chess.com Acquires Komodo; Launches New 'Monte Carlo' Version Similar To AlphaZero

Chess.com Acquires Komodo; Launches New 'Monte Carlo' V...

News | 14 days ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Chess.com acquires the Komodo chess engine and launches Komodo Monte Carlo with a probability search similar to AlphaZero. Palo Alto, Calif., May 24, 2018â€"Chess.com has acquired the powerful computer chess engine K...

Altibox Norway Chess Takes Off On Sunday

Altibox Norway Chess Takes Off On Sunday

PeterDoggers | 14 days ago

On Sunday, the sixth edition of the Altibox Norway Chess tournament begins in Stavanger, Norway. The field, topped by Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana, has eight out of the world's top 10 players. The participants list has eight of t...

Bassem Amin Wins African Individual Chess Championship

Bassem Amin Wins African Individual Chess Championship

Alessandro_Parodi | 15 days ago

The 2018 African Individual Chess Championship was a walk in the park for Egyptian GM Bassem Amin, the only African player to ever reach a rating of 2700. He won the tournament for the fifth time. Amin ended the main section of th...

Titled Players: Win A Trip To Play Isle Of Man

Titled Players: Win A Trip To Play Isle Of Man

PeterDoggers | 16 days ago

Besides our regular prize fund, there's something very special to win in our next Titled Tuesday tournament, on Tuesday, June 5: The best male and best female player will earn an expenses-paid spot in the Chess.com Isle of Man International. ...

Shankland Wins Capablanca Memorial

Shankland Wins Capablanca Memorial

PeterDoggers | 18 days ago

Two weeks after his success at the U.S. championship, Sam Shankland won another tournament: the Capablanca Memorial in Havana, Cuba. With a score of 7.5/10 and a 2829 performance rating, the American grandmaster entered the world's top 30. ...

Ju Wenjun Wins Women's World Championship

Ju Wenjun Wins Women's World Championship

PeterDoggers | 20 days ago

Ju Wenjun is the new women's world champion. She drew with reigning champion Tan Zhongyi in the final game of the women's world championship in Chongqing today to set the final score at 5.5-4.5. It was a tense final game in a tens...

Tan Needs To Win Last Game In Women's World Champs

Tan Needs To Win Last G ame In Women's World Champs

PeterDoggers | 22 days ago

After two tense draws in games eight and nine, Tan Zhongyi will need to win the final match game on Friday to secure a playoff at the women's world championship. Ju Wenjun missed near wins in both games. After five deci...

FIDE Money Transferred To Fiduciary Accounts

FIDE Money Transferred To Fiduciary Accounts

PeterDoggers | 24 days ago

On May 4, FIDE transferred its money to two fiduciary accounts after the Swiss bank UBS had closed its account at the start of the month. This was revealed by FIDE's treasurer on Sunday. It took the World Chess Federation two weeks, but finally ...

Women's World Champs: Tan Not Giving    Up

Women's World Champs: Tan Not Giving Up

PeterDoggers | 25 days ago

With a win on Saturday Tan Zhongyi kept hopes alive to retain her title. After five decisive games there was finally another draw on Sunday resulting in a 4-3 lead for Ju Wenjun at the Women's World Championship. Thursday and Friday w...

Mamedyarov Joins Strong Returning Speed Chess Championship Field

Mamedyarov Joins Strong Returning Speed Chess Champions...

News | 26 days ago

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mamedyarov Joins Strong Returning Speed Chess Championship Field Palo Alto, Calif., May 11, 2018â€"The 2018 Chess.com Speed Chess Championship will feature new addition Shakhriyar Mamedyarov to complement a strong re...

Ju Leads Women's World Championship At Half

Ju Leads Women's World Championship At Half

PeterDoggers | 27 days ago

Ju Wenjun beat Tan Zhongyi once again in game five and is leading the women's world championship with a two-point margin. Tomorrow the match resumes in Chongqing, China. The fifth game, playe d on Wednesday, was the last in the Int...

Source: Google News Norway | Netizen 24 Norway

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