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2013 Sinquefield CupSeptember 9th-15th, 2013 (St. Louis, USA)Round #5 – Saturday, 14 September 2013 1 Nakamura, H USA ½–½ Carlsen, M NOR 2 Aronian, L ARM ½–½ Kamsky, G USA Drum Coverage| Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Official Site Today was a […]

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2013 Sinquefield CupSeptember 9th-15th, 2013 (St. Louis, USA)Round #4 – Friday, 13 September 2013 1 Kamsky, G USA 0-1 Carlsen, M NOR 2 Aronian, L ARM 1-0 Nakamura, H USA Drum Coverage| Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Official Site The Sinquefield participants […]

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2013 Sinquefield CupSeptember 9th-15th, 2013 (St. Louis, USA)Round #3 – Wednesday, 11 September 2013 1 Carlsen, M NOR ½-½ Nakamura, H USA 2 Aronian, L ARM ½-½ Kamsky, G USA Drum Coverage| Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Official Site In the marquee […]

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2013 Sinquefield CupSeptember 9th-15th, 2013 (St. Louis, USA)Round #2 – Tuesday, 10 September 2013 1 Aronian, L ARM ½-½ Carlsen, M NOR 2 Nakamura, H USA 1-0 Kamsky, G USA Drum Coverage| Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Official Site Epic battles between […]

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2013 Sinquefield CupSeptember 9th-15th, 2013 (St. Louis, USA)Round #1 – Monday, 9 September 2013 1 Carlsen, M NOR 1-0 Kamsky, G USA 2 Nakamura, H USA 1-0 Aronian, L ARM Drum Coverage| Round 1 | Round 2 | Round 3 | Round 4 | Round 5 | Round 6 | Official Site Carlsen wows audience… […]

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Four of the world’s top chess players will assemble in what has become a major center for chess development. St. Louis will host the 1st Sinquefield Cup beginning tomorrow in a double-round robin event. Magnus Carlsen, the world’s highest-ranked player headlines the event along with the second highest in Levon Aronian and top American players […]

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GM Levon Aronian (Armenia)2012 Tata Steel ChampionPhoto by Fred Lucas. Levon Aronian of Armenia continues his string of career successes by adding yet another accolade. The 2012 Tata Steel at Wijk aan Zee was a powerhouse tournament with the strongest assembly of players the tournament has seen to date. Certainly, the majority of chess fans […]

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ARMENIA Arshak Petrosian (captain), Vladimir Akopian (board #3), Robert Hovhannisyan (reserve), Gabriel Sargissian (board #4), Sergei Movesesian (board #2), Levon Aronian (board #1) Armenia continues to add to their success in team events by winning the 2011 World Team Championship held in Ningbo, China. Armenia and the Ukraine played to a draw in the last […]

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Armenia has garnered great success in the past several years in team play and hope to continue the trend today as the 2011 World Team tournament goes into its final four rounds. The Olympiad champions from 2006 and 2008, Armenia has always had tremendous team chemistry which helps when trust is needed in crucial moments. […]

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The bienniel World Team Championships will commence with round one on Sunday, July 17th. The ten teams are comprised of host China, Russia (defending champion), Ukraine, Israel Hungary (2010 Olympiad finishers), Azerbaijan, Egypt, India, USA (the continental champions) and Armenia (nomination from FIDE President). The field will prove to be very challenging and represent some […]

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Many of the world’s top chess federations will assemble in the Bursa province of Turkey for the World Team Championships. Some of the notable teams represent perennial powers Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Israel and USA. Also included in the field is India, the world’s #6 team Despite the fact that World Champion Viswanathan Anand is busy […]

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