Online Chess Olympiad: An interactive look at the performances of each member of India's gold medal winning team
An interactive look at the performances of each member of the Indian chess team that won a gold medal at the Online Chess Olympiad.
Tata Steel Chess: Viswanathan Anand eliminated after running out of steam; Magnus Carlsen wins title by big margin
Magnus Carlsen finished the tournament with a whopping 27 points and broke his own record in the Grand Chess tour, bettering his 26.5 points scored at Abidjan, Ivory Coast earlier this year.
Regardless of the accomplishments of his opponents, Vidit Gujrathi remains undeterred and is looking forward to playing each game as it comes.
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.
Batumi Chess Olympiad 2018: Viswanathan Anand-led India score impressive wins in both open and women’s groups
Almost halfway into the 43rd World Chess Olympiad, the Indian team, spearheaded by Viswanathan Anand, scored another emphatic win over Paraguay.
Batumi Chess Olympiad 2018: With Viswanathan Anand rested, India claim dominating wins in open and women's groups
Batumi Chess Olympiad: With Viswanathan Anand rested, India kick off with dominating wins in both groups
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.
FIDE World Cup 2017: From Viswanathan Anand's struggle to SP Sethuraman's rise, a look at how Indians fared
A single loss was sufficient for Anand to be knocked out of the World Cup. Such is the unforgiving nature of this format.
FIDE World Cup 2017: Vidit Gujrathi settles for draw after tactical error; SP Sethuraman plays solid game
Vidit could have made a very strong first game result by beating Ding Liren, but, he was not able to keep his nerves in the winning position and the game ended in a draw.
FIDE World Cup 2017: SP Sethuraman's technical skills too good for P Harikrishna; B Adhiban suffers defeat
In the third round, Vidit Gujrathi will be up against Chinese Grand Master Ding Liren, while Sethuraman will face Dutch No 1 Anish Giri.
Indian Grand Master Pentala Harikrishna suffered a defeat at the hands of compatriot SP Sethuraman in the tie-breaker of the second round and exited the FIDE World Cup 2017.
FIDE World Cup 2017: Viswanathan Anand suffers earliest exit in a knockout event, but Vidit Gujrathi on track
On Thursday, Kovalyov showed such solidity with white pieces that the five-time world champion, Anand had absolutely no way to break through.
FIDE World cup 2017: Viswanathan Anand hurt by tactical error, P Harikrishna on back foot after drab draw
Anand had a advantageous position out of the opening but then went for a speculative piece sacrifice.
The second game against Yuri Gonzalez Vidal was where Harikrishna was in some trouble, but calculated admirably to get out of danger.
FIDE World Cup 2017: Viswanathan Anand unhurried in easy round one win, P Harikrishna suffers shock defeat
Anand looked relaxed and comfortable and his opponent choosing the Alapin Sicilian did not pose him too many problems. He came out of the opening without any difficulty.
As the biggest chess festival of 2017 begins in Tbilisi, here’s a look at the seven Indians, including Anand, and their chances at the 128-player event.
Gujrathi had already made it clear that his next goal was to reach Elo 2,700. At the World Team Championship held earlier this year, he came very close.
Biel Chess Festival: P Harikrishna's 3rd place finish no mean feat, but errors at crucial moments still a bane
If Harikrishna keeps getting regular invitations to the top tournaments, and keeps weeding out errors, there is absolutely no reason why he shouldn’t be giving the top players a run for their money.
Indian Grand Master Pentala Harikrishna played out a hard-fought draw against Peter Leko of Hungary in the fifth round of the 50th Biel chess festival here.
Indian Grandmaster Pentala Harikrishna played out a hard-fought draw against former World No. 2 Alexander Morozevich of Russia in the third round of the 50th Biel International Chess Festival here.