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News ‘November, 2007’

Chess World Cup round 3

Chess World Cup round 3

11 draws and 5 wins for white. Tomorrow live commentaries continue on Chessdom.com

Cheparinov – Mamedyarov LIVE!

Cheparinov – Mamedyarov LIVE!

live commentary from the Chess World Cup World Cup resources Chess World Cup – all the reports, photos, and analyzed games Pairings tree Official website Dominguez Perez – Carlsen LIVE now! Live updates on the rest of the games

Dominguez Perez – Carlsen LIVE!

Dominguez Perez – Carlsen LIVE!

Magnus Carlsen – Lenier Dominguez Perez game is the final winner of the votings, it will be the top live game of round 3. Follow it live on Chessdom.com, starting 11:00 CET / 5 EST

Chess World Cup round 3 LIVE!

Chess World Cup round 3 LIVE!

The winner is birthday boy Magnus Carlsen! Happy birthday Magnus! Today’s featured game on Chessdom is dedicated to him

Fischer – Benko

Fischer – Benko

how does Fischer win? This chess puzzle is from a game between Fischer and Benko played in New York in 1963. White is to move and win. Send us your solution

Chess World Cup round 2 tiebreaks LIVE!

Chess World Cup round 2 tiebreaks LIVE!

Welcome to the live coverage and frequent updates from the Chess World Cup tiebreaks. From 24 players 12 will have to go home, while the others will continue their attempt to capture the World Cup. Join us live at 10:00 CET for frequent updates and commentary.

Exciting day at the Chess World Cup

Exciting day at the Chess World Cup

Today was an exciting day at the World Cup. For some it brought joy, for others deception. In total day 4 saw 20 draws, 6 wins for black and 6 wins for white. That left us with 20 players advancing to round 3 and 12 tiebreak matches. The only players that won their matches with 2,0/0 were Macieja, Svidler, and Almasi. Tiebreak games tomorrow live at Chessdom!

World Chess Cup – round two return games

World Chess Cup – round two return games

First game in the mini-match Carlsen-Naiditsch ended in a draw after Carlsen’s multiple attempts to convert the advantage and Naiditsch’s persistent defence. Naiditsch will be white in the return game, but we should keep in mind that Carlsen already beat him twice with black. Is this going to be another Exchange Ruy Lopez? We’re about to find out soon.

Chess news from all over the world

Chess news from all over the world

Wijk Aan Zee Cultural Village, Open ‘Mediterranean 2013′, 67th Iatlian Chess Championship, International Belgrade Open Chess Championship, Knut Brokstads Minneturnering Norway, Commonwealth Chess Championship 2008

World Chess Cup – round two

World Chess Cup – round two

World Chess Cup second round, games one are scheduled to start on Tuesday 5am EST/11am CET. Chessdom will provide live commentary as usual, this time our readers have posted most of the votes for Magnus Carlsen – Arkadij Naiditsch. See you there!

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