CHESS and GO, Games Invented Thousands of Years Ago, Finally Have a Sibling

CHESS and GO, Games Invented Thousands of Years Ago, Finally Have a Sibling

Sean Shekhtman, a student at Discovery Academy TORONTO (PRWEB) December 11, 2019 Many have predicted the impossibility of creating a new game analogous to chess, which simultaneously stimulates intelligence, creativity, and learning capacity, but Dr. Bronn, creator of this new class of games, refutes that claim. “We don’t doubt that the people who lived […]

Rampersad, Fuentes top Chess tournament

Rampersad, Fuentes top Chess tournament

KIRSTEN Rampersad, Bryan Fuentes and Amrita Harrilal were among the stand-out performers when the Lynette Rampersad Foundation School’s Chess-A-Ton, hosted by Little Masters Chess Club, continued on November 20, at St Stephen’s College. This initiative to hold chess tournaments came about, on March 8, when former chess player Savon Sama saw the need to give […]

CBM 192: Caissa has the last word

CBM 192: Caissa has the last word

by Nagesh Havanur 12/8/2019 – ChessBase Magazine offers a window to the world of professional chess. The current issue offers a bird’s eye view of three major events, the 7th Sinquefield Cup Tournament, the 72nd Russian Championship Superfinal and the FIDE World Cup. In a previous article, NAGESH HAVANUR analysed the performance of Ding […]

Nankai wins in Nankai! | ChessBase

Nankai wins in Nankai! | ChessBase

World Prestigious University Invitational What does it mean to be a prestigious university? For some, it means excelling at chess. For others, it means placing high on international university rankings. This tournament invited some of the very best chess universities in the world. For example, University of Missouri fielded a team with Grigory Oparin (2660) […]

Speed Chess Championship Semifinal, Artemiev vs So

Speed Chess Championship Semifinal, Artemiev vs So

Vladislav Artemiev and Wesley So will play the first semifinal of the 2019 Chess.com Speed Chess Championship on Thursday. Their match will start at 7 a.m. Pacific (10 a.m. Eastern, 16:00 CET). Yesterday, Hikaru Nakamura defeated Jan-Krzysztof Duda 15.5-11.5 and so all four quarterfinals have now been played. Today is the first semifinal in the Speed Chess championship, which has […]

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