The Indian challenge will be spearheaded by Vidit Gujrathi, Adhiban Baskaran and Dronavalli Harika while world number 10 Levon Aronian will be the top draw of the meet.
World Team Chess Championship: GMs Adhiban Baskaran, Surya Sekhar Ganguly bring home golds from Kazakhstan
Grandmasters Adhiban Baskaran and Surya Sekhar Ganguly provided the much-needed silver lining to Indian efforts at the 2019 World Team Chess Championships by winning individual gold medals on Boards 1 and 3
Regardless of the accomplishments of his opponents, Vidit Gujrathi remains undeterred and is looking forward to playing each game as it comes.
Isle of Man Masters: Radoslaw Wojtaszek clinches title in nail-biting playoff; Adhiban Baskaran finishes joint second
With a win in the Armageddon, Wojtaszek took home the champion’s trophy (and an extra £500 for winning the blitz mini-match). The top prize, however, was shared between the two players. So both Wojtaszek and Naiditsch received £37,500.
Abhijeet Gupta and Jeffery Xiong beat Vidit Gujrathi and Richard Rapport, respectively to take joint lead at the Isle of Man Masters.
R Praggnanandhaa scored a major upset defeating elite GM Pavel Eljanov while Viswanathan Anand and Vidit Gujrathi were held to a draw by lower-ranked players.
Batumi Chess Olympiad: India finish 6th after final round draw against Poland; women dominate Mongolia to take 8th spot
A final round draw against Poland places India 6th in the open group; women dominate Mongolia to take the 8th spot.
In the final round of the Reykjavik Open, India’s Adhiban Baskaran held Turkish Grandmaster Mustafa Yilmaz to a draw to bag the title prize at the Reykjavik Open.
Adhiban defeated Hungarian number one, GM Richard Rapport, on the top board.
Another Indian GM who inched closer to the top of the leaderboard was Vaibhav Suri. Playing from the white side of a King’s Indian Defence, Suri drew against Gabriel Bick.
Das defended tenaciously and did not allow Adhiban any opportunity of scraping out a win.
After Adhiban Baskaran's phenomenal comeback, Firstpost caught up with the man of the moment to talk about his ever positive mindset and his two contrasting performances.
Tata Steel Chess Round 12: Viswanathan Anand virtually out of contention after draw with Wesley So; Carlsen, Giri lead charts
Viswanathan Anand drew his game with the white pieces against Wesley So in a very theoretical battle in the Open variation of the Ruy Lopez
Tata Steel Chess Round 10: Viswanathan Anand overcomes Gawain Jones challenge to win 3rd game of tournament
Anand won his third game of the tournament beating the English GM Gawain Jones. Anish Giri in joint lead with Magnus Carlsen and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov.
Tata Steel Chess Round 9: Viswanathan Anand draws against Magnus Carlsen; Anish Giri leads after defeating Maxim Matlakov
Outplaying the European Individual champion, Maxim Matlakov, in the final phase of the game, Dutch Grandmaster Anish Giri managed to bring home the full point and take sole lead.
Tata Steel Chess Round 8: Anish Giri stuns Shakhriyar Mamedyarov to go joint top; Viswanathan Anand plays out draw
Anish Giri succeeded in bringing down Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, who had been on a roll winning his last three games and joined Mamedyarov as the tournament leader.
Tata Steel Chess Round 7: Viswanathan Anand's strategic shortcomings prove costly against Vladimir Kramnik
Viswanathan Anand, who was co-leading the tournament until the conclusion of Round 6, was strategically outplayed by his long-time rival and friend, Vladimir Kramnik.
Tata Steel Chess Round 6: Viswanathan Anand's draw against Anish Giri puts Shakhriyar Mamedyarov in sole lead
Six rounds down, Azerbaijan’s Shakhriyar Mamedyarov raced past Viswanathan Anand and Anish Giri to take sole lead in the tournament with his win against India’s Adhiban Baskaran.
Tata Steel Chess Round 5: 'Embarrassed' Viswanathan Anand draws with Wei Yi; Vidit Gujrathi slips to joint 2nd
For Viswanathan Anand, it was a tough day at the office. His 18-year-old opponent Wei Yi from China caught him in a deeply prepared line of the Petroff Defence.
Tata Steel Chess Round 4: Adhiban Baskaran ekes out draw against Viswanathan Anand; Vidit Gujrathi beats Harika Dronavalli
In the Masters, Adhiban Baskaran managed to hold Viswanathan Anand to a draw while Vidit Gujrathi defeated Harika Dronavalli with the white pieces in the Challengers