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FIDE Zone 4.3 Individual Chess Championships

FIDE Zone 4.3 Individual Chess Championships

The Chess Association of Malawi has the honour of inviting all chess federations in Zone 4.3 that are affiliated to the World Chess Federation (FIDE) to participate in the 2015 Zone 4.3 Individual Chess Championships. The event is held under the auspices of the African Chess Confederation. The Championships will be held from 17th April [...]

FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Dushanbe, Tajikistan

FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Dushanbe, Tajikistan

A FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar is going to be organized from 29 May to 2 June 2015 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, by the Tajikistan Chess Federation and under the auspice of FIDE. The venue of the Seminar will be the Hodja Abigarm Hotel, in Dushanbe. The Lecturer will be IA Ashot Vardapetyan (ARM), Chairman of the FIDE [...]

Bangkok Chess Club Open – Round 5

Bangkok Chess Club Open – Round 5

Five Grandmasters have moved to the front of the Thai Open Chess Championship as the tournament, being played at the Dusit Thani Resport in Pattaya, passes the halfway mark. Two of the overnight leaders, Jan Gustafsson and Paco Vallejo, played out a speedy, friendly draw to maintain a share of the lead, and were soon [...]

Rajlich, Vajda and Gara tie for the first at the Women Spring Festival

Rajlich, Vajda and Gara tie for the first at the Women Spring Festival

The Hungarian Chess Federation organized the International Women Spring Chess Festival from 7-15th April, 2015, in Budapest, the capital of Hungary and one of the largest cities in Central Europe. The event was a 9-round Swiss tournament, exclusively for women. The tempo of play was 90′/ 40 + 30′ + 30″. The first place was split in a three-way [...]

Grandmaster Dragan Solak wins 17th Dubai Open Chess Tournament

Grandmaster Dragan Solak wins 17th Dubai Open Chess Tournament

Grandmaster Dragan Solak walked away with Sheikh Rashid Bin Hamdan Al Maktoum Cup after Tuesday night’s final round of the 17th Dubai Open Chess Tournament at Dubai Chess and Culture Club. Coming into the final round with the highest tiebreak among the five eighth-round joint leaders, Solak only had to draw his final game and [...]

Eastern Class Championships 2015

Eastern Class Championships 2015

The 24th Annual Eastern Class Championships will be held from April 24-26, 2015, at the Host Hotel at Cedar Lake, 366 Main St, Sturbridge, Massachusetts. The event has 7 sections: Master, Expert, Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D and Class E. All sections have either 3-day (April 24-26) or 2-day (April 25-26) schedules [...]

FIDE Zone 4.2 Individual Chess Championships

FIDE Zone 4.2 Individual Chess Championships

The Uganda Chess Federation (UCF) under the auspices of the African Chess Confederation (ACC) has the honour of inviting all chess federations in Zone 4.2 that are affiliated to the World Chess Federation (FIDE) to participate in the 2015 Zone 4.2 Individual Chess Championships. The event will comprise an Open Section and a Women’s Section. [...]

Bangkok Chess Club Open – Round 4

Bangkok Chess Club Open – Round 4

The Bangkok Chess Club Open saw many big fights in round four with the big upset of the day being GM Oliver Barbosa’s win over GM Nigel Short and which helped him join two former champions in GM Francisco Vallejo Pons and GM Jan Gustafsson on 4/4 and continue as one of the leaders. Gustafsson [...]

Five players tied for the lead going into the final round at Dubai Open Tournament

Five players tied for the lead going into the final round at Dubai Open Tournament

Excitement heats up with one round to go as top-seed Grandmaster (GM) David Howell of England crawled back into the leader board with five others after out outsmarting GM Gadir Guseinov of Azerbaijan in Monday night’s eighth round, to up his tally to 6.5 points in the 17th Dubai Open Chess Championship – Sheikh Rashid [...]

FIDE Women’s World Championship viewed by more than 1 million people

FIDE Women’s World Championship viewed by more than 1 million people

The daily audience of the Championship games’ Internet broadcasts exceeded 100,000 spectators from 201 countries.

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