Wednesday, August 07, 2013 13:01
On Sunday Parimarjan Negi took clear first at the strong Politiken Cup in Elsinore, Denmark. The 20-year-old Indian grandmaster scored 9/10 (two draws and eight victories!) and finished one point ahead of Ivan Cheparinov, Romain Edouard, Sebastien Maze, Sune Berg Hansen, Jan Timman, Sabino Brunello and ChessVibes Training co-editor Robin van...
Thursday, August 01, 2013 11:26
Winning six straight games, Ivan Cheparinov is the sole leader at the Politiken Cup in Helsingor, Denmark with four rounds to go. The Bulgarian grandmaster is half a point ahead of GMs Parimarjan Negi (India) and GM Sergey Erenburg (Israel). In today's 7th round Ivan Cheparinov plays against Negi, who has the white pieces. Erenburg has black...
Wednesday, July 03, 2013 14:07
Parimarjan Negi (photo Wikipedia) of India won the D.C. International held June 27th-July 1st, 2013, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia (USA). The tournament was a 9-round Swiss and Negi finished on 7.5/9, half a point more than IM Bindi Cheng.
D.C. International 2013 | Final standings (top 30)
Sunday, March 03, 2013 12:03
The 29th Cappelle la Grande tournament finished in an 8-way tie for first place. Sanan Sjugirov (Russia) eged out Parimarjan Negi (India), Maxim Rodshtein (Israel), Sergey Fedorchuk (Ukraine), Eric Hansen (Canada), Vlad-Christian Jianu (Romania), Alexei Fedorov (Belarus) and Yuri Vovk (Ukraine) on tie-break after all finished on 7/9.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 18:49
Anton Korobov was leading for most of the tournament and eventually the Ukrainian champion won the AICF-AAI Cup in New Delhi with 6.5/10, a full point more than Evgeny Alekseev of Russia. Krishnan Sasikiran was the best Indian player with a 50% score, followed by Abhijeet Gupta and Radek Wojtaszek who finished on "-1". Parimarjan Negi scored 4/10...
Friday, December 28, 2012 15:10
With just two rounds to come at the AICF-AAI Cup in New Delhi, Anton Korobov and Evgeny Alekseev are ahead of the field with 4.5 points each. They are trailed by Radek Wojtaszek and Krishnan Sasikiran on four points apiece. Parimarjan Negi and Abhijeet Gupta share the fifth spot another half point adrift. Korobov lost to Gupta and was caught by...
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 13:32
Anton Korobov still enjoys the cushion of a half point lead over Evgeny Alekseev at the AICF-AAI Cup at the AAI Officer's Institute in New Delhi, India. The Ukrainian with 4 points has two white games to come in the remaining four matches and has now emerged as a firm favourite for tournament victory.
The players enjoying a Christmas cake
Monday, December 24, 2012 18:20
The AICF-AAI Cup, a category 18 Grandmaster's tournament, is currently under way in the AAI Officer's Club at the Sufdarjung Airport in New Delhi, India. It's a six-player double round robin with Anton Korobov, Radek Wojtaszek, Evgeny Alekseev, Abhijeet Gupta, Parimarjan Negi and Krishnan Sasikiran. After only four rounds of play, Korobov is...
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 16:37
China won the gold medals in both the open and women's sections at the Asian Team Championship in Zaozhuang, Shandong (China). The tournament lasted 9 rounds and included some of the strongest Asian chess players such as Wang Hao, Krishnan Saskiran, Le Quang Liem, Li Chao, Harikrishna Pentala and Wang Yue.
Best of the Asian nations: China 1, with...
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 7:58
Ni Hua of China finished first on tiebreak at the Dubai Open. The 28-year-old grandmaster from Shanghai finished shared first, together with Georgians Baadur Jobava & Mikheil Mchedlishvili as well as Normunds Miezis of Latvia and Chanda Sandipan of India.
Ni Hua wins the 14th Dubai Open | All photos courtesy of the official website