Archive for May, 2010

Weekend chess tactic #33

Black to move.

Weekend chess tactic #32

White to move.

Weekend chess tactic #31

White to move.

Viswanathan Anand Won the Last Game and the World Chess Championship Match!

What a fantastic show we saw in Sofia yesterday! Vishy Anand and Veselin Topalov played great and exciting match with a super-hyped finale! The score was 5,5:5,5 after 11 games. Which meant that the winner of the last game would take everything – the match and the crown for chess king. I cannot imagine how [...]

World Chess Championship Match is still not decided! Anand – Topalov 5,5:5,5

Today we could watch 11th game of the World Chess Championship Match between two great chess players – Vishy Anand and Veselin Topalov. Anand, who had white pieces, surprised with new first move – he played 1.c4 – for the first time in the match. Topalov answered 1…. e5 and the Dragon Sicilian with opposite [...]

Andre Lilienthal Died. RIP.

The oldest living chess grandmaster Andre Lilienthal died yesterday. He passed away at the age of 99. He played and won games with several chess champions like Emanuel Lasker, Capablanca, Alekhine, Euwe, Botvinnik, Smyslov and the first women champion Menchik. Lilienthal received the title of chess grandmaster in 1950, where the first group of chess [...]

Weekend chess tactic #30

White to move.

World Chess Championship Match is going to its finish! Anand – Topalov 5:5

The exciting match between the current world chess champion Viswanathan Anand and his challenger Veselin Topalov had two games on the program since the last mention here on the blog. Both of them was draw. But especially the game #9 brought bug chance to one of players to score a win. The player was Vishy [...]

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