Daniil Dubov has beaten Hikaru Nakamura in Armageddon to win the 2020 Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge, claiming not just the $45,000 top prize but also a place alongside Magnus in the $300,000 Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour Grand Final. After losing on the first day of the final the Russian grandmaster hit back on Day 2 and then took the lead in the second game of the final day. Hikaru Nakamura bounced back in the next but was doomed to defeat after falling into a trap on move 12 of the decisive Armageddon game.
The kid gloves are off! After two quick draws Game 3 of the World Championship match developed into a real fight. Vishy Anand seized the initiative but may later have missed a gilt-edged chance to take the lead
An Indian journalist in the post-game press conference began his question to World Champion Vishy Anand, "you played e4 to thunderous applause from the young chess fans in Chennai", but in terms of excitement it was downhill from...
The event of the year is finally underway after reigning World Champion Vishy Anand held Magnus Carlsen to a quick draw with the black pieces in the first game in Chennai
The European Chess Club Cup was held in Rhodes from the 20-26th October, with the Czech team of Novy Bor pulling off a sensational victory ahead of the big favourites from Azerbaijan and Russia
The 66th Russian Championship came to an end on the 14th October 2013 - a red letter day for Peter Svidler. The Chess24 author won the world’s toughest national championship for a record-breaking 7th time, surpassing the six USSR...
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