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  • Aronian leads Norway Chess 2017 at the end of Round 7
    It was another action-packed Round 7 in the 5th Altibox Norway Chess 2017. Levon Aronian won against Sergey Karjakin to take solo lead at the end of the round, with 2 more rounds to go. The world champion and Norway’s very own, Magnus Carlsen, found himself in trouble again, as he lost to Vladimir Kramnik, … Continue reading “Aronian leads Norway Chess 2017 at the end of Round 7”

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  • Anand and Aronian win in Round 6 Norway Chess 2017
    Former world champion Vishy Anand, after losing two games in the prior rounds, finally won one, at the expense of Fabiano Caruana, in Round 6 of the Altibox Norway Chess 2017. Meanwhile, Levon Aronian scored once against against Vladimir Kramnik in the same round. Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Round 6 Results Aronian and Hikaru Nakamura … Continue reading “Anand and Aronian win in Round 6 Norway Chess 2017”

  • All Draws in Round 3 Norway Chess 2017
    The Round 3 games of the Altibox Norway Chess 2017 were nothing short of action, as players tend to create imbalance among their games, but they ended in draws nonetheless. Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Round 3 Results

  • Kramnik beats Anand in Round 2 Norway Chess 2017
    Vladimir Kramnik came out strong with the black pieces and defeated Viswanathan Anand in Round 2 of Altibox Norway Chess 2017. The rest of the games ended in draws. Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Round 2 Results This win by Kramnik made him reclaim the 2nd place in the live rankings:

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  • Nakamura draws first blood in Round 1 Norway Chess 2017
    Hikaru Nakamura grabs the early lead in the opening round of Altibox Norway Chess 2017 tournament, as he beats Anish Giri in 67 moves of the Grunfeld Defense. The rest of the games ended in draws. Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Round 1 Results Replay the games below: Photo courtesy: @NorwayChess

  • May 2017 FIDE Ratings Update
    In this month’s FIDE ratings update, Vladimir Kramnik is back at No. 3 and Levon Aronian at No. 6. FIDE Ratings Top 20 – May 2017 Check out the complete Top 100 list for May 2017.

  • March 2017 FIDE Ratings Update
    GM Wesley So is now officially the No. 2 chess player in the world, in the March 2017 FIDE Ratings list, up one notch from last month’s. Moreover, it should be noted that this is the first time that there are 5 2800+ players in the list, after MVL made a comeback to the 2800-club. … Continue reading “March 2017 FIDE Ratings Update”

  • Altibox Norway Chess 2017 – World’s Strongest Chess Tournament
    Dubbed as the World’s Strongest Chess Tournament, Altibox Norway Chess 2017, which is scheduled to happen June 5 to 17 this year, was able to gather to play the current (February 2017) top 10 players in the world: World chess champion, Magnus Carlsen (Norway) Wesley So (USA) Fabiano Caruana (USA) Vladimir Kramnik (Russia) Maxime Vachier-Lagrave … Continue reading “Altibox Norway Chess 2017 – World’s Strongest Chess Tournament”

  • February 2017 FIDE Ratings Update: Wesley So is No. 3
    Following his outstanding performance in Tata Steel Masters 2017, Wesley So is now the world’s number 3 in the official FIDE Ratings List, with a rating of 2822. Despite the Live Ratings indicating So as now No. 2 after Fabiano Caruana dropped some ELO points to today’s 2820, Caruana’s sub-optimal performance from Gibraltar are not … Continue reading “February 2017 FIDE Ratings Update: Wesley So is No. 3”

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