Flawless China retain World Team Championship
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Flawless China retain World Team Championship

The Chinese men’s team didn’t lose a single game in Khanty-Mansiysk on their way to retaining the World Team Championship title. Russia only lost one, but that defeat for Vladimir Fedoseev at the hands of Li Chao meant Russia had to settle for silver medals. Poland’s bronze was their best team performance since 1939, while Turkey stunned the world with their ability to compete with the top teams. In the women’s section Russia won their first World Teams title in style, finishing three match points clear of China.

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  • Reports Jun 22, 2017 | 9:53 PM 5

    Paris GCT, Day 2: Magnus breaks clear

    Magnus Carlsen beat co-leader Wesley So in the first game of Day 2 of the Paris Grand Chess Tour and leads Hikaru Nakamura by a point going into the final day of rapid chess. He held a draw against his US rival in the last round ...

  • Reports Jun 21, 2017 | 10:30 PM 10

    Paris GCT, Day 1: Carlsen and So lead

    Magnus Carlsen and Wesley So lead on 5/6 after Day 1 of the Paris leg of the Grand Chess Tour. Magnus exploited blunders by Mamedyarov and MVL to win two of his three games, while Wesley won lost positions against both Caruana an...

  • General Jun 20, 2017 | 9:27 PM 12

    Kasparov on hand for Paris Grand Chess Tour launch

    Garry Kasparov was again on hand as the 2017 Grand Chess Tour was launched in Paris on Tuesday. Magnus Carlsen tops the 10-player field for the Paris stage of the series, where he’ll face tough competition from tour regulars Naka...

  • Reports Jun 20, 2017 | 8:08 AM 5

    World Teams 2-3: Only Poland are perfect

    The Polish men’s team has the only 100% score in either section of the 2017 World Team Championship, with Radek Wojtaszek making up for his first round defeat by crushing Sam Shankland in Round 2. Behind them are China and Russia...

  • General Jun 18, 2017 | 10:00 PM 0

    Greek Youth Championships, Cup and League

    The Greek Youth Championships 2017 take place from June 26th to July 2nd in Porto Rio Hotel, Rio, Achaia. The festival consists of Open and Girls sections in six age categories (u08, u10, u12, u14, u16, u18). The tournaments are 7- ...

  • Reports Jun 18, 2017 | 9:15 AM 10

    Russia beat China as World Teams starts

    The Russian women's team already has a great chance of winning its first ever World Team Championship after battering 3-time champions China 3:1 in Saturday’s opening round in Khanty-Mansiysk. The news got better as their next cl...

  • Reports Jun 16, 2017 | 11:41 PM 20

    Norway Chess 9: Aronian cruises to victory

    Levon Aronian has won one of the strongest tournaments of all time by a full point after his rivals fell at the final hurdle. While Lev drew safely with Wesley So, Hikaru Nakamura was cut down in Fabiano Caruana’s Najdorf prepara...

  • Reports Jun 16, 2017 | 9:24 AM 10

    Norway Chess 8: Magnus (& MVL) are back!

    Magnus Carlsen will now remain world no. 1 on the July rating list after finally grabbing a win in the penultimate round of the 2017 Altibox Norway Chess tournament. His risky decision to sac a pawn in time trouble against Sergey...

  • Reports Jun 15, 2017 | 9:08 AM 19

    Norway Chess 7: Carlsen’s no. 1 in peril after Kramnik loss

    Vladimir Kramnik beat Magnus Carlsen for the first time in 7 years to move within a mere 6.4 rating points of stealing the World Champion’s no. 1 spot. An out-of-form Carlsen would now need to win both remaining games simply to r...

  • Reports Jun 13, 2017 | 1:08 PM 21

    Norway Chess 6: Lev traps another champ’s queen

    Levon Aronian has beaten Vladimir Kramnik to catch Hikaru Nakamura in the Altibox Norway Chess lead with only three rounds remaining. He did it by trapping the ex-World Champion’s queen, recalling his victory over the current Wor...


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