Biel International Chess Festival: Indian Grandmaster P Harikrishna beats tournament leader Radoslaw Wojtaszek
Harikrishna, playing with black pieces, put it across the Polish player in a 50-move game to reduce the lead to three points with two rounds to go.
Legends of Chess: Ian Nepomniachtchi inflicts another defeat on former world champion Viswanathan Anand
Viswanathan Anand, who is making his debut on the Magnus Carlsen Tour, lies ninth in the table with three points.
Legends of Chess: Viswanathan Anand suffers fifth straight defeat; Magnus Carlsen beats Vasyl Ivanchuk to stay on top
Anand got off to a good start and won the first game of the best-of-four contest. The next two games were drawn before Leko levelled by winning the fourth.
Legends of Chess: Viswanathan Anand crashes to fourth straight defeat; Magnus Carlsen beats Boris Gelfand
Viswanathan Anand and Anish Giri played out four draws before the Dutch player pulled off a win in the Armageddon game (a tie-break)
Legends of Chess: Viswanathan Anand tastes defeat against Magnus Carlsen; Anish Giri beats Vladimir Kramnik
In best-of-four contest former World Champion Viswanathan Anand lost 1.5-2.5 to reigning World No 1 Magnus Carlsen
Legends of Chess: Viswanathan Anand goes down to Peter Svidler in opening round; Magnus Carlsen beats Anish Giri
Viswanathan Anand, making his maiden appearance on the Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour, drew the first three games of the best-of-four contest before losing the final game on Tuesday.
The former world champion said "most Indian parents are right" that chess will help their children do better in school.
Women's Speed Chess Championships: Koneru Humpy, D Harika bow out in quarter-finals as Indian challenge ends
Humpy was no match for Alexandra Kosteniuk of Russia, going down 2-9 while Harika was ousted by World No 1 Hou Yifan of China 3-7 in her last-eight clash.
Humpy, the world number two, jumped to an early lead against her compatriot and sealed an easy win in the FIDE Chess.com event.
Akash's GM title was confirmed at the second council meet of International Chess Federation (FIDE) for the year 2020 held recently
Vaishali, who had finished fourth in the first leg, came back from 2-4 down to oust the experienced Ukrainian by winning the last two bullet games
Women Speed Chess Championships: India's R Vaishali eliminated in semi-final defeat to Anna Ushenina
Vaishali, elder sister of young prodigy R Praggnanandhaa, had reached the semi-finals with wins over WIM Munkhzul Turmunkh in the quarter-final and former world champion Antaoneta Stefanova in the opening round.
SAI to explore possibility of hiring differently-abled coaches to work with hearing, speech-impaired athletes
In a virtual meeting with the Sports Minister, the AISCFD on Thursday highlighted the need for differently-abled coaches for its athletes for clear communication.
The Chennai-based Vaishali will take on International Master Munkhzul Turmunkh of Mongolia in the quarter-finals.
Despite thriving during COVID-19 pandemic, chess will not remain online for long, says FIDE official Emil Sutovsky
Sutovsky also said India was a key partner in the growth of chess and added that there was a need to popularise the sport at the school level
Firstpost Masterclass: Practice, reflect and be mindful, Vidit Gujrathi delves into the making of chess Grandmaster
In this edition of Firstpost Masterclass, Vidit Gurathi dives deep into the mental and the physical aspects of chess, his training, playing style, and what it takes to be a Super Grandmaster.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Viswanathan Anand reunites with family in Chennai after spending over three months in Germany
Chess maestro Viswanathan Anand finally reunited with his family in Chennai after being stuck in Germany for over three months as the former world chess champion reached his home on Saturday after completing a seven-day institutional quarantine in Bengaluru.
Viswanathan Anand back in India after 3 months in Germany; to be in 7-day institutional quarantine before going home
Anand was in Germany to play in the Bundesliga chess league in February and was to return to India in March, but was forced to stay put after the COVID-19 outbreak disrupted sporting schedules across the globe apart from restricting movement.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Viswanathan Anand to finally return home after being stuck in Germany for over three months
Former world chess champion Viswanathan Anand will be finally reaching India late on Saturday after being stuck in Germany for over three months due to the travel restrictions imposed in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There has been a spurt in the number of online chess events during this coronavirus-forced lockdown.