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35 Year Old Chess Grandmaster beaten 13 year old Girl

35 Year Old Chess Grandmaster beaten by 13 year old Girl

35 Year Old Chess Grandmaster beaten 13 year old Girl. 13-year-old Girl continued with her impressive show in the Commonwealth Chess Championship at New Delhi. She not only defended well but carved out one of the biggest upset with the black pieces.Mrudul opted for the Scandinivian opening to force the experienced 13th seeded GM to

India can win medal in World Team Chess Championship

India can win medal in World Team Chess Championship

India can win medal in World Team Chess Championship. Coach Chennai, Jun 16 (PTI) India’s men and women chess teams have chances of winning medals in the World Team Championship in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, if they play to potential, the coach R B Ramesh said today.The men are seeded sixth while the women are seeded fourth


Top players for All-India chess tourney in Kodaikanal Chennai

Leading players including International Masters and FIDE Masters will take part in the 1st All-India Open rating chess tournament to be held at Kodaikanal from May 18 to 21. Around 155 rated players from across the country including former National champion and International Master R Balasubramaniam, IM norm-holder Ram S Krishnan of BSNL, Asian Youth

Jaskeerat, Arjun, Bhavesh wins Chess championship

Mohali: Jaskeerat Singh of DPS Sec 40,Chandigarh in the under-16 Boys category, Arjun Bhaskar of Chitkara Internation School Sec 25 in U-13 Boys category and Bhavesh Mahajan of Spring Dale School, Amritsar emerged as Champions in the Learning Paths School Prize Money Chess Championship 2016, which concluded today at the Learning Paths School Sec 67,

Chess tournament commences at Learnig Paths School

Mohali: The Learning Paths School Prise Money Chess Championship 2016, started on Saturday at the Learning Paths School School Sec 67, Mohali. The Championship is being organised by the Learning Paths School, Mohali and conducted by Chandigarh Chess Academy. A total of 175 players from different Schools of the Tri-City and neighboring states are participating

Himal Gusain becomes champion in open chess championship

Chandigarh: Himal Gusain got 1st position in the 25th National Youth (Under-25) Chess Championship- 2016 held at Guwahati. He scored 8 points out of 9 games. There were 67 players participated from all over India. Himal was the top seed player in the tournament. He won first 7 games in a row and then drew

Lady Gaga prefers men who can play chess

Los Angeles: Singer Lady Gaga says she would like to date someone who knows their way around a chess board. “I like to play chess, I think that it’s fun,” Gaga, who split from her fiance Taylor Kinney earlier this year, told The Sun newspaper, reported femalefirst.co.uk. The singer’s new album “Joanne”, which she named

Next couple of rounds will be acid test for Indian chess Olympiad team

Chennai: The Indian men’s team’s real battle for a medal at the chess Olympiad has begun with the seventh round against the US, game experts said. Though the Indian men failed in their first acid test against much stronger US team consisting of three World ranked players in the seventh round on Friday not all

Indian women’s chess team confident of Olympiad medal

Chennai: The fifth-seeded Indian women’s chess team, spearheaded by World No.5 Grandmaster (GM) Harika Dronavalli, is confident of putting up a good show at the upcoming World Chess Olympiad at the Azerbaijan capital of Baku, its members say. With an average ELO rating of 2410 points, the Indian women’s team is seeded after China (2528),