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.
In the final round encounter against Russia, India's Vidit Gujrathi was beaten by Vladislav Artemiev, while B Adhiban was tamed by Dmitry Andreikin.
Anand beat Teimour Radjabov in 37 moves. The Indian had posted his maiden win in the tournament on Thursday by thrashing Russian Ian Nepomniachtchi in just 17 moves
Online Nations Cup: Chess wizard Viswanathan Anand registers first win but Russia hold India to a 2-2 draw
Former world champion Viswanathan Anand registered his first win but India were held to a 2-2 draw by Russia in the ongoing Online Nations Cup on Thursday.
The field for the event includes six former world champions, plus 12 others who have been candidates to the throne at some point
Coronavirus Outbreak: Online chess exhibition featuring Viswanathan Anand raises Rs 4.5 lakh for PM-CARES Fund
India no 1 Anand, no 2 Vidit Gujrathi, P Harikrishna and B Adhiban and the country's top two women players — Koneru Humpy and D Harika — took part in the event organised by chess.com on Sunday
Prominent players such as Dibyendu Barua, Swati Ghate and Abhijit Kunte have joined hands to form a Chess Players Forum with an aim to protect the interest of the players and take up their issues with the government.
Gujrathi, the Indian No 2, lost the eighth round game late on Thursday in a West Indian opening in 64 moves after coming under time pressure
Prague Chess Festival: India's Vidit Gujrathi wins third match of tournament, stays on top of table with four points from five games
In the sixth round to be played on Tuesday after a day's rest, Harikrishna, the other Indian in the fray, will meet David Anton Guijarro and Gujrathi will take on Vitiugov
Prague Chess Festival: India's Vidit Gujrathi keeps lead in masters category after draw against Nils Grandelius
Indian Grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi continued to lead the standings in the masters category of the Prague Chess Festival after sharing a point with Swedish GM Nils Grandelius in the fourth round.
India's Vidit Gujrathi, P Harikrishna settle for draws against David Anton Guijarro, Jan-Krzysztof Duda respectively in Prague Chess Festival
India's Vidit Santosh Gujrathi and P Harikrishna had to settle for half-a-point each on a day of draws in the Masters event of the Prague Chess Festival.
India's Vidit Gujrathi registers win in Prague Chess Festival opener; P Harikrishna draws with Nils Grandelius
India's Vidit Santosh Gujrathi opened his campaign in the Masters event of the Prague Chess Festival with a win over Sam Shankland of the USA.
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand planning on lighter 2020 season after struggling to find best form in 2019
Anand could not qualify for the Candidates 2020 and had a below-par outing at the Tata Steel Masters in Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands last month, finishing joint sixth spot with Anish Giri, Jan-Krzysztof Duda and Alireza Firouzja
Batumi Chess Olympiad 2018: India's chances of podium finish in doubt as men's and women's teams fail to win in round nine
In the penultimate round, India will play the Netherlands in the men's event while the women will be pitted against 37th seed Peru.
Vishwanathan Anand said, "I am proud to have played part, (as a) catalyst and convinced a lot of people to try out chess. I was the first Grand Master in 1987 and now we have 52. So that's quite a growth."
Grand Master Vidit Gujrathi appointed as brand ambassador of All India Chess Federation for the Blind
Twenty-three-year-old Gujrathi had broken the 2,700 rating barrier and has a current rating of 2,718, thereby becoming the fourth Indian to achieve the feat after legend Viswanathan Anand, Sasikiran and P Harikrishna, a media release said.
World Rapid and Blitz: Viswanathan Anand clinches bronze in blitz category; Magnus Carlsen bags gold
Anand too had seven points and his 7.5 points in the last 10 games was good enough for a tied 2nd place with Sergey Karjakin of Russia.
World Rapid and Blitz: Viswanathan Anand off to slow start in blitz campaign; P Harikrishna leads way among Indians
Newly-crowned World Rapid Champion Viswanathan Anand won two and drew four in the first six rounds to make a slow start to his campaign at the World Blitz Chess Championship in Riyadh on Friday.
In a field as strong as this, where Harikrishna was the ninth seed, his performance was quite a decent one. He remained unbeaten against a field that included some of the best in the world.
Mallorca Grand Prix: P Harikrishna clings on to 2nd spot; Teimur Radjabov's Candidates qualification seems suspect
Pentala Harikrishna had white pieces against Francisco Vallejo Pons, played the English Opening and attacked his opponent's king enterprisingly. Right from the word 'go', Harikrishna's play was audacious.