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Carlsen responds to Nepomniachtchi challenge with 26-game unbeaten run — 30-Apr-21, play chess online
Ian Nepomniachtchi’s feat in qualifying as Magnus Carlsen’s official challenger in a €2m, 14-game world title series at Dubai in November has sparked Carlsen into a strong demonstration of his own chess skills. This week the Norwegian began the online New in Chess Classic with a 26-game unbeaten run as he aimed for his first victory of the Champions Chess Tour. Meanwhile, Nepomniachtchi’s celebrations this week at winning the Candidates with a round to spare were hit by a defeat in Tuesday’s dead rubber against China’s Ding Liren. The 30-year-old Muscovite said later that he lacked motivation for the game, a strange comment when a win would have raised his Fide world rating close to 2800, the super-elite level, while as it was Ding’s victory regained the No 3 spot in the chess ratings that he had briefly let slip a few days earlier. At the final … Nepomniachtchi nears Candidates title and tilt at Carlsen’s world chess crown — 24-Apr-21, play chess online
Ian Nepomniachtchi is in sight of the result of his life, as the 30-year-old Russian chess champion leads the Candidates in Ekaterinburg, half a point ahead of his nearest rival and with a superior tie-break, with just three of the 14 rounds still to go. The jackpot for the winner is a 14-game, €2m (£1.7m) challenge match for Magnus Carlsen’s world chess crown in Dubai in November. After 11 of the 14 rounds, Nepomniachtchi leads with 7/11, followed by Anish Giri (Netherlands) 6.5, and Fabiano Caruana (US) 6. The other chess players look out of it: Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (France) and Alexander Grischuk (Russia) 5.5, Wang Hao (China) 5, Kirill Alekseenko (Russia) 4.5 and Ding Liren (China) 4. The leader still has the favourable white pieces to come against the out of form Vachier-Lagrave, but the sting could be the final round, traditionally a nervous occasion for … Teaching Children To Play Chess Found To Decrease Risk Aversion — 21-Apr-21, play chess online
A trio of researchers from Monash University and Deakin University has found that teaching children to play chess can reduce their aversion to risk. In their paper Asad Islam, Wang-Sheng Lee and Aaron Nicholas describe studying the impact of learning chess on 400 children in the UK. Playing chess has long been considered a game for those with good logical skills, but past research has also shown that good chess players must also be able to take risks when necessary—sacrificing a knight, for example, if it looks like a move that will ensure victory. In this new effort, the researchers wondered what sort of mental impact playing chess might have on people who play the game in their youth. To find, out, they enlisted 400 school children (ages 15 and 16) in the UK who had never played chess before and training them to play chess. Each child was then tested over … Magnus Carlsen’s wait for challenger almost over as Candidates returns — 16-Apr-21, play chess online
The Covid-hit Candidates will resume in Ekaterinburg on Monday, a full year after the eight-player chess tournament to decide the official challenger for Magnus Carlsen’s global chess crown was unceremoniously and tantalisingly halted at halfway by the pandemic. Only six of the chess players are still in realistic contention, though. China’s world No 3 Ding Liren is effectively out of it – tied last with the Russian outsider Kirill Alekseenko on a measly 2.5/7 – with six players ahead of him and only seven rounds left. The Candidates has a €500,000 (£434,000) prize fund but that is dwarfed by the €2m purse, split 60-40, for the 14-game world title series in November at Expo Dubai. Carlsen, 30, who many consider the all time No 1 ahead of fellow chess legends Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov, will be aiming to cement his historic status and … Chess : new event gives chance for young talent to face Magnus Carlsen — 09-Apr-21, play chess online
A new $100,000 (£73,800) online event for rising chess talents, the Julius Baer Challengers Tour, is under way this week. Ten under-18 male players and 10 under-25 women are competing in an all-play-all which ends on Sunday. The winner qualifies for the next Meltwater Champions Tour event starting on 24 April and with it an opportunity to take on the world chess champion, Magnus Carlsen, and the grandmaster elite. Two legends, the former world chess champion Vlad Kramnik and the all-time No 1 woman, Judit Polgar, double up as team captains and online commentators. After Thursday’s opening five rounds the three joint leaders on 4/5 were Nodirbek Abdusattorov 16, of Uzbekistan, Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa, 15, of India, and Christopher Yoo, 14, of the United States. Four years ago Abdusattorov and Praggnanandhaa were … Chess : Magnus Carlsen’s recent failures should be just a blip on his record — 26-Mar-21, play chess online
Magnus Carlsen has now gone six chess tournaments in a row without a first prize, his longest such sequence since he won the world chess crown in 2013. However, his current setback (maybe “humiliation” was a bit strong) looks just a blip in comparison with his several impressive winning sequences in the past decade. Carlsen is virtually assured of a place in the Meltwater Champions Tour finals, which will be staged across the chessboard in San Francisco in September, two months before the 30-year-old Norwegian starts the defence of his world chess crown at a 14-game match in Dubai. In 2018-19 the Norwegian won eight chess events in a row at the World Blitz, Tata Wijk, Grenke, Shamkir, Abidjan, Lindores Abbey. Stavanger and Zagreb. Excluding speed chess tournaments, he had winning runs of five, six and seven. Negatively, his previous longest run of … RSS » More online chess news


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