Archive for May, 2010

Veselin Topalov knows that he will have to build some momentum since he is a point down in a short match. In Game #6, Topalov gained that momentum by outplaying Viswanathan Anand in the latter stages of the game, but unfortunately was unable to score a full point. Nevertheless, this game had to have been […]

Read Full Post »

FIDE MASTER ELLIOTT SECURES SIXTH NATIONAL CHESS CHAMPION TITLE FM Warren Elliott at 2010 Jamaican Championship. Photo by Peter Myers. Jamaica’s number one ranked player, FIDE Master Warren Elliott, won the 2010 staging of the National Chess Championships, recently held at the Medallion Hall Hotel and the Norman Manley Law School from April 16 to […]

Read Full Post »

Topalov and Anand square in a pivotal 5th game. Photo by ChessBase. Game #5 was a key affair for Challenger Veselin Topalov. Many pundits were wondering how he would react to the severe thrashing he took in the previous game. Would he come out with guns blazing trying to get the point back? Would he […]

Read Full Post »

« Prev