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Harika wins bronze in World Women's Chess Championship

Apr 06, 2015

Harika wins bronze in World Women's Chess Championship

While both Humpy and Harika got excellent chances to beatMuzychuk, the Ukrainian prevailed over them, thanks to somesteely nerves. #Sports #India #Chess #SportsTracker #Koneru Humpy #Women's World Chess Championship #Dronavalli Harika
Women's World Chess Championship: Harika in semifinals, Humpy forces tiebreaker

Mar 28, 2015

Women's World Chess Championship: Harika in semifinals, Humpy forces tiebreaker

Humpy was in a must win situation andshe did not disappoint her fans by outclassing Mariya Muzychukto force the match into the tiebreaker. #Sports #India #Chess #SportsTracker #Koneru Humpy #Women's World Chess Championship #Dronavalli Harika
World Chess Championship: Humpy shocked by Mariya Muzychuk; Harika draws with Arabidze

Mar 27, 2015

World Chess Championship: Humpy shocked by Mariya Muzychuk; Harika draws with Arabidze

After winning six games in a row, Humpy committed a blunder from a seemingly harmless position to lose the game. #Sports #Chess #SportsTracker #Koneru Humpy #World Chess Championship #Mariya Muzychuk
World Chess Championships: Humpy cruises to quarterfinals, Harika loses to Kostenuik

Mar 25, 2015

World Chess Championships: Humpy cruises to quarterfinals, Harika loses to Kostenuik

Humpy just needed a draw in the second game to proceed further in the championship, but the Indian did not take things likely and scored what turned out to be her sixth win in a row. #Sports #India #Chess #SportsTracker #Koneru Humpy #World Chess Championship
Women's World Chess Championship: Humpy beats Tingjei Lei, in sight of last 16

Mar 21, 2015

Women's World Chess Championship: Humpy beats Tingjei Lei, in sight of last 16

After two easy victories in the first match against Ayah Moaatz of Egypt, Humpy started off from where she had left and her technical prowess proved too much for the Lei. #Sports #India #Chess #SportsTracker #Koneru Humpy #Women's World Chess Championship

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Anand Why this phony applause for a real national hero?

Jun 04, 2012

Anand Why this phony applause for a real national hero?

Few Indians understand the true achievement of Viswanathan Anand in chess. We love mediocrity too much to appreciate a real champ. #Sports #OnOurMind #Cricket #Viswanathan Anand #World Chess Championship