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Player: dsuttles Subject: Chess News
|18 cc1422628567||2014-03-18 08:31:21|
|19 cc1422628553||2014-03-18 10:32:45|
|V.Kramnik v L.Aronian 1/2 1/2|
33...Bxd5 was a blunder (exf1 = Q)
34.Rg1 would have kept a +3 advantage (stockfish engine) and left Aronian in
|20 dsuttles||2014-03-18 16:51:33|
|So, very tight in the top four. |
I had Aronian to win after his win against Svidler yesterday. The eyes of the world were all on their game, as it played out to five hours. Chesstv (thanks for the recommendation, Windmill) had nice commentary. Chess expertise not essential to follow the soap / drama. The pgn doesn\'t do it justice, but here it is.
The post-game interviews were fascinating, too. The loser hogged the mic. Aronian was so modest, it looked like he hadn\'t even taken part. Serious contender to beat Carlsen in the cool stakes, I was thinking. But then Day 5 Aronian draws and Svidler comes back with his own important win (#19).
1 Anand Viswanathan 2770 IND pts 3½ SB 8,25
2 Aronian Levon 2830 ARM 3 7,50
3 Kramnik Vladimir 2787 RUS 3 7,50
4 Svidler Peter 2758 RUS 3 6,00
5 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 2757 AZE 2 3,50
6 Topalov Veselin 2785 BUL 2 5,25
7 Karjakin Sergey 2766 RUS 2 4,25
8 Andreikin Dmitry 2709 RUS 1½ 4,25
|21 cc1422628553||2014-03-19 06:12:02|
Topolov v Kramnik 1-0
Very impressed with Toppy today.
Just when you thought he was going
to force the h file open he castled,
switched Queenside and powered through.
|22 cc1422628567||2014-03-19 08:47:09|
|Levon Aronian Dmitry Andreikin ½-½ |
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov Peter Svidler 1-0
Veselin Topalov Vladimir Kramnik 1-0
Viswanathan Anand Sergey Karjakin ½-½
|23 dsuttles||2014-03-19 09:04:36|
|Why is the World Chess Chammpionship special, Windmill?||-|
|24 cc1422628567||2014-03-19 14:24:30|
|Whoa a spelling mistake,your human!|
Without a world chess championship there would be no official world champion
It promotes the game of chess worldwide giving aspiring young chess players something to strive for.
It\'s entertainment for millions of chess players who follow the game.
It creates jobs.Media etc.and it gives people like you and me something to talk about.
|25 cc1422628567||2014-03-21 09:23:11|
|Dmitry Andreikin Veselin Topalov 1-0 |
Peter Svidler Viswanathan Anand ½-½
Sergey Karjakin Levon Aronian 0-1
Vladimir Kramnik Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 1-0
round 7 Anand seems to have lost interest in winning.Yet another draw.Aronian and Anand now lead,each with 4.5 points
|26 dsuttles||2014-03-21 10:00:49|
|Someone tweet FIDE and tell them to stop Svidler hogging the mic after his games. It would at least have been interesting to see what Anand (his opponent, Black) had to say about their game. |
Anyway, the old tiger is back with Black tomorrow, against Aronian!
|27 cc1422628567||2014-03-22 09:36:01|
|Levon Aronian Viswanathan Anand ½-½ |
Peter Svidler Sergey Karjakin 0-1
Veselin Topalov Shakhriyar Mamedyarov ½-½
Vladimir Kramnik Dmitry Andreikin ½-½
round 8 Anand and Aronian settle for a draw.Svidler is sinking fast
|28 dsuttles||2014-03-23 01:47:41|
|Aronian - Anand was a highly dramatic draw in 19 moves, with a novelty on move 3 !|
1.c4 c6 2.Nf3 d5 3.Qb3
Anand met it with a reversed Benoni (3...d4); Aronian went for a pawn grab (6 Qx6) believing he could \'pull a Petrosian\' (consolidate); but Anand developed fast. While Anand fretted that he didn\'t have sufficient compensation, Aronian realised it wouldn\'t be that easy to pull off his daring raid, and became fearful of another early loss to Anand. Aronian says he saw the innovation \'in a nap\' and \'dreamed\' Anand\'s reply. I am wondering how long before the game Aronian had taken this nap. It all sounds so human.
|29 dsuttles||2014-03-23 06:25:42|
|30 cc1422628567||2014-03-23 07:22:36|
|Dmitry Andreikin Peter Svidler ½-½ |
Sergey Karjakin Vladimir Kramnik 1-0
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov Levon Aronian 1-0
Viswanathan Anand Veselin Topalov 1-0
round 9 Anand back in the lead
|31 dsuttles||2014-03-23 07:55:07|
|Favourite game so far, anyone?||-|
|32 dsuttles||2014-03-25 11:35:09|
|Msg from RTC Chat Room user for our Russian members interested in following chess news: |
Привет всем! Здесь можно найти кое-что интересное о турнире претендентов в Ханты Мансийске
можно посмотреть комментарии МГ на chesstv
|33 dsuttles||2014-03-25 12:12:45|
|2014 World Chess Championship Candidates|
Round 10 (of 14)
Karjakin Sergey ½ - ½ Andreikin Dmitry
Kramnik Vladimir 0 – 1 Svidler Peter
Aronian Levon ½ – ½ Topalov Veselin
Anand Viswanathan ½ – ½ Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
So, Anand maintains his 1 point lead:
1 Anand Viswanathan - 6½ pts (SB 31,25)
2 Aronian Levon - 5½ (26,75)
3 Karjakin Sergey - 5 (24,25)
4 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar - 5 (24,75)
5 Svidler Peter - 5 (23,25)
6 Kramnik Vladimir - 4½ (23,00)
7 Andreikin Dmitry - 4½ (22,00)
8 Topalov Veselin - 4 (20,75)
\'The 6.h3 Naidorf Sicilian is all rage now in the FIDE World Candidates Tournament. In round 10 Viswanathan Anand again used the system, this time in the game against Shakhriyar Mamedyarov.
\'The game was similar to Anand’s match against Topalov, but this time black was more vigorous to trade the pieces, counter in the center and achieve good play.
\'Anand made a good psychological decision to go for relatively simple position in which Mamedyarov, a gifted tactician, could not create threats with taking excessive risk.
\'At some point white offered moves repetition but black decided to play on. However, on move 30 black changed his mind and offered a draw.\'
And that game:
Anand – Mamedyarov
|34 dsuttles||2014-03-27 22:00:15|
Peter Svidler vs Levon Aronian [1/2-1/2]
Veselin Topalov vs Sergey Karjakin [1/2-1/2]
Vladimir Kramnik vs Viswanathan Anand [1/2-1/2]
Dmitry Andreikin vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov[1/2-1/2]
Draws all round, and early showers for all but Topalov and Karjakin. Karjakin insisted on using his time to wring a win out of a drawn position. The normally demure and quiet Viktorija Čmilytė, commenting for FIDE, was surprised that the older Bulgarian was taking seconds on critical decisions, despite a big time advantage. Still, she could not see a way through for Karjakin\'s three passed pawns on the a and h files, until on 51 ... Bc1 she let out an amazed gasp. \'Zugzwang!\'
(\' A player is said to be \"in zugzwang\" when any possible move will worsen his position.\' - wikipedia)
He didn\'t quite make it. Draw agreed. He probably won\'t challenge Carlsen in November, but he wants to.
|35 dsuttles||2014-03-27 22:57:33|
Veselin Topalov vs Peter Svidler [1-0]
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Sergey Karjakin[1/2-1/2]
Levon Aronian vs Vladimir Kramnik [1/2-1/2]
Viswanathan Anand vs Dmitry Andreikin [1/2-1/2]
1 Anand Viswanathan - 7½ - 43,75
2 Aronian Levon - 6½ - 37,75
3 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar - 6 - 35,50
4 Karjakin Sergey - 6 - 34,50
5 Svidler Peter - 5½ - 32,00
6 Andreikin Dmitry - 5½ - 33,50
7 Topalov Veselin - 5½ - 33,25
8 Kramnik Vladimir - 5½ - 34,25
Viswanathan Anand stays one point ahead of Levon Aronian with two games to go. Sergey Karjakin and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov are tied for the third place, but of the two, Karjakin is the one with hopes for first place, having White against Anand next game.
Topalov\'s nice win against Svidler’s Taimanov Sicilian >
Round 13 on Saturday 29 March.
|36 cc1422628553||2014-03-28 04:27:53|
|The Anand v Andreikin game caused outrage.|
A piece up and a clear win in sight Anand
in mild time difficulty, made the 40 move
control using a repetition move. Ok you thought, now mop it up. No he made a draw
with more repetition. Anreikin was stunned as was everyone else. It may look like Andreikin has a threat but at their level he`s going through the last rites. Anand couldn`t be bothered, said he felt tired.
|37 cc1422628567||2014-03-28 09:04:02|
|A brain cramp.It happens to the best of them.||-|
|38 dsuttles||2014-03-30 02:26:35|
Historically, with a round still to go, it is all over. Viswanathan Anand, fourth seed, five times champion, number 8 in the world, at forty-four the oldest candidate, who lost his crown in last year\'s final, will meet Carlsen for a rematch in November.
Carlsen came on air during the FIDE commentary. He said second-placed Aronian\'s 8th game 3 Qd3 had been \'a bit much\', and 13... d6 in his active game, as it came up, was \'just weird\'. He didn\'t know if he would have offered the controversial practical draw in Anand\'s better position against Andreikin the day before. Andreikin went on to beat Aronian. Karjakin, the only remaining contender, gave Anand his stiffest challenge of the tournament, but could only draw.
Dmitry Andreikin vs Levon Aronian [1-0]
Sergey Karjakin vs Viswanathan Anand [1/2-1/2]
Peter Svidler vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov [1/2-1/2]
Vladimir Kramnik vs Veselin Topalov [1-0]
1 Anand Viswanathan - 8 - 50,25
2 Kramnik Vladimir - 6½ - 42,50
3 Andreikin Dmitry - 6½ - 42,50
4=Mamedyarov Shakhriyar - 6½ - 41,25
4=Aronian Levon - 6½ - 41,25
6 Karjakin Sergey - 6½ - 42,00
7 Svidler Peter - 6 - 38,75
8 Topalov Veselin - 5½ - 36,00
Kramnik, in last place, had said he was only thinking of home, but leapfrogged his old foe Topalov, one place above, and is now second. (Should they have shaken hands?) Only one point separates the seven \'runners-up\', with lots of money to play for.
1st place – €95,000
2nd place – €88,000
3rd place – €75,000
4th place – €55,000
5th place – €40,000
6th place – €28,000
7th place – €22,000
8th place – €17,000
|39 cc1422628567||2014-04-03 08:13:13|
|Undoubtedly the most exciting thing about the Chennai match is the palpable feeling that the dignified but slightly staid image of the game has abruptly changed. With a young, G-Star Raw model as World Champion, chess has become cool. It is suddenly reaching new audiences that had been hitherto untouched by its esoteric beauty. This was most graphically demonstrated by the Norwegian schoolgirls who famously undressed for Carlsen in a moment of patriotic fervour. More seriously, countless international media outlets, that have previously neglected chess, have this time covered the drama in Tamil Nadu.-Nigel Short||-|
|40 dsuttles||2014-04-18 20:11:49|
|Well, that was exciting chess.|
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Vladimir Kramnik[1/2-1/2]
Veselin Topalov vs Dmitry Andreikin [1/2-1/2]
Levon Aronian vs Sergey Karjakin [0-1]
Viswanathan Anand vs Peter Svidler [1/2-1/2
1 Anand Viswanathan 8½
2 Karjakin Sergey 7½
3 Kramnik Vladimir 7
4 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 7
5 Andreikin Dmitry 7
6 Aronian Levon 6½
7 Svidler Peter 6½
8 Topalov Veselin 6
(Ties decided by head-to-head scores.)
Possibly the highlight? ... @ 2:14:43-2:14:45 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab2trGXekwc&feature=share
Is anything else happening in chess before November?
|41 dsuttles||2014-04-25 21:26:13|
|Still in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, the |
FIDE Women World Rapid Championship 2014 tie for gold between Lagno and Kosteniuk (10.5/15) was decided yesterday by their single direct encounter:
Lagno Kateryna (UKR) vs Kosteniuk Alexandra (RUS)
(15 mins + 10 secs)
The FIDE Women World Blitz Championship 2014 (26-28 April) starts today, same 34 contenders, same venue, 15 Swiss pairings with both colours.
|42 dsuttles||2014-04-30 13:47:35|
|World Champion Magnus Carlsen has lost two classical games in a row for the first time since 2010 at Shamkir Chess 2014 in Azerbaijan, but came good in a final round decider.|
He complained of feeling unwell after losing the fourth game to twenty-one-year-old Italian Fabiano Caruana, who in June last year also handed him his last defeat in a classical game, and turned in a feeble performance in the fifth against semi-retired Azeri Teimour Radjabov. In the end he triumphed with double wins over Shak Mamedyarov (Azerbaijan) and Hikaru Nakamura, the American No1 (who had talked of beating the world champion), and a dramatic final round win over Caruana (5.5/10).
\'Even when not in good form, I always believe in myself.\'
- Carlsen, this month, talking to Le Monde.
Caruana, Fabiano (2783) vs. Carlsen, Magnus (2881)
Vugar Gashimov Memorial 2014 Shamkir Azerbaijan
Round 4 23 Apr 2014
Ruy Lopez, Berlin defence, open variation (ECO: C67) 1-0
The faulty recapture on move 21 costs Black a pawn.
|43 dsuttles||2014-05-10 23:35:43|
|The 2014 U.S. Chess Championship & U.S. Women\'s Championship are underway (May 7 - May 20) at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL). |
Only hours before the first move, the United States Senate passed an official resolution naming St. Louis the National Chess Capital. The two events have narrowed fields of 12 and 10 respectively, and for the first time do not include a player over 40. After three rounds, defending women\\\'s champion Irina Krush is top with 2.5/3, but Gata Kamsky has drawn all games, a full point below the leader, Aleksandr Lenderman.
13-year-old Californian Ashritha Eswaran (FIDE Elo 1979) is playing in her first-ever U.S. Women\\\'s Championship and won her first game against WIM Viktoriya Ni with Black (opposite). The untitled hopeful now lies fifth after 3 games, with +2 -1 =0.
|44 dsuttles||2014-05-16 21:52:43|
|Kasparov has registered his candidacy for the FIDE presidency, saying, \'No western sponsor will ever be with someone who talks about aliens and visits all the worst dictatorships in the world.\' |
Illyumzhinov, in the job 18 years, has missed a deadline to find sponsorship and a venue for the November Carlsen-Anand world title match, and says he may pay for it himself.
|45 dsuttles||2014-06-21 21:37:01|
|\'DUBAI: Indian chess ace Viswanathan Anand came up with a thumping victory over reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen but had to settle for the bronze medal in the World Rapid Chess Championship. |
The game with Carlsen, who won Gold despite the defeat, was the talking point for thousands of chess buffs on the social media as Anand is set for a re-match with Carlsen in November to determine the next world champion.
Anand, a five-time world champion, had lost the crown to Carlsen last year.\'
- The Times of India
2014 FIDE World Rapid Championship, Dubai
Magnus Carlsen v. Viswanathan Anand
D10 Queen\'s Gambit Declined Slav
|46 dsuttles||2014-08-01 19:55:03|
|June 11, one day before the 2014 FIFA World Cup opening game, and after various controversies and changes during the bidding process, FIDE announce Sochi, Russia, will be the venue for the 2014 World Chess Championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Viswanathan Anand.|
Is it too soon to get excited? Do you have unwelcome guests visiting between 6th and 25th November?
06 November 2014 Thursday Game 1
07 November 2014 Friday Game 2
08 November 2014 Saturday Rest day
09 November 2014 Sunday Game 3
10 November 2014 Monday Game 4
11 November 2014 Tuesday Rest day
12 November 2014 Wednesday Game 5
13 November 2014 Thursday Game 6
14 November 2014 Friday Rest day
15 November 2014 Saturday Game 7
16 November 2014 Sunday Game 8
17 November 2014 Monday Rest day
18 November 2014 Tuesday Game 9
19 November 2014 Wednesday Game 10
20 November 2014 Thursday Rest day
21 November 2014 Friday Game 11
22 November 2014 Saturday Rest day
23 November 2014 Sunday Game 12
24 November 2014 Monday Rest day
25 November 2014 Tuesday Tie-break games
|47 dsuttles||2014-08-01 23:42:50|
|Round 1 of the 41st Chess Olympiad will be played today in Tromsø, Norway. 2000 players from 180 countries are taking part. |
The 85th FIDE Congress will take part during the event. Member nations will decide the FIDE presidential match between the incumbent president Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and the former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov.
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