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India’s Erigaisi wins title in Armenia

India’s Erigaisi wins title in Armenia

Arjun, the highest rated player here, tallied 6.5 points out of a possible nine in the 10-player round-robin tournament

19 June,2024 08:20 AM IST | New Delhi | PTI
Norway Chess: Praggnanandhaa beats Nakamura; Carlsen wins

Norway Chess: Praggnanandhaa beats Nakamura; Carlsen wins

Nakamura finished second on 15.5 points despite losing to Praggnanandhaa, who concluded third on 14.5 points. In the women’s section, Wenjun Ju had no trouble securing the top spot at the expense of compatriot Tingjie Lei

09 June,2024 07:35 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI
World Junior Chess: Divya surges ahead

World Junior Chess: Divya surges ahead

Divya got what she wanted out of the opening, an open white king and the dynamics that help her calculation skills

09 June,2024 07:31 AM IST | Gandhinagar | PTI
Pragg loses to Carlsen; Vaishali beats Muzychuk

Pragg loses to Carlsen; Vaishali beats Muzychuk

With the win, Carlsen stretched his lead to a full point over Hikaru Nakamura of United States, who lost to Firouzja Alireza of France

06 June,2024 07:04 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI
Pragg stIngs Ding!

Pragg stIngs Ding!

India teen star beats world champion in Armageddon; sister Vaishali loses

05 June,2024 06:55 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | IANS
Pragg loses to Alireza, Carlsen jumps into lead

Pragg loses to Alireza, Carlsen jumps into lead

With four rounds still to come in both sections, Carlsen is now followed by Nakamura on 11 points while Praggnanandhaa is still third on 9.5 points in all

04 June,2024 07:01 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI
Pragg stuns World No. 2 Caruana to enter Top 10

Pragg stuns World No. 2 Caruana to enter Top 10

With 10 points in his bag, Nakamura has a full point lead over Carlsen at the half way stage of this USD 1,61,000 prize money tournament.

03 June,2024 07:28 AM IST | Norway | PTI
Norway Chess: Vaishali to take on Tingjie Lei

Norway Chess: Vaishali to take on Tingjie Lei

Having amassed 8.5 points from the first four rounds, Vaishali is ahead of women’s world champion Wenjun Ju of China and Anna Muzychuk of Ukraine in the USD 1,61,000 prize money tournament

02 June,2024 07:58 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI
India GM Vaishali outwits Cramling; Praggnanandhaa loses to Nakamura

India GM Vaishali outwits Cramling; Praggnanandhaa loses to Nakamura

Muzychuk defeated Koneru Humpy for her first win in the tournament while Wenjun got through her compatriot Tingjie Lei in the Armageddon

01 June,2024 06:40 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI
Praggnanandhaa claims maiden classical win over No. 1 Carlsen

Praggnanandhaa claims maiden classical win over No. 1 Carlsen

Having beating him a few times in online and faster versions of the game and after losing to him in the finale of the last World Cup, Praggnanandhaa finally got past the home favourite in what would be known as a clear classical triumph

31 May,2024 07:02 AM IST | Stavanger (Norway) | PTI

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