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Svidler wins his sixth Russian championship.

Waiting for Bazna

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Bazna Kings starts June 11. Carlsen, Nakamura, Ivanchuk, Karjakin, Radjabov, Nisipeanu. Games begin 8:30 NY time.
The 20th and final edition of Melody Amber blindfold and rapid tournament begins on the 12th. Anand, Carlsen, Kramnik, Aronian, Topalov, Nakamura, Grischuk, Ivanchuk, Karjakin, Gelfand, Gashimov, and Giri.

Black Day in Poikovsky

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A wild king chase in Karjakin game.
Karpov tournament in Poikovsky with Jakovenko and Karjakin leading after four rounds of 11.
Various tournament notes: Sigeman, Chinese Ch, ACP Rapid Cup, computer events.
Gelfand and Karjakin's team ShSM-64 team leads with three rounds to play.

Ivanchuk Leads Amber

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After 7 of 11 rounds, Ivanchuk a half-point ahead of Carlsen. Gelfand and Karjakin right behind.
Kramnik beats Carlsen and then takes over the lead when Anand beats Shirov. Round 11: Shirov-Kramnik, Carlsen-Dominguez, Ivanchuk-Karjakin, Nakamura-Leko, Short-Caruana, Smeets-Anand, van Wely-Tiviakov.

Corus 2010 R8: Here Comes Kramnik

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Kramnik beats Nakamura to move into equal second with Carlsen on +3. Shirov still leads after draw with Carlsen. Round 9 (Tuesday): Ivanchuk-Shirov, Carlsen-Kramnik, Nakamura-Karjakin, Tiviakov-Anand, Smeets-Caruana, van Wely-Leko, Short-Dominguez.
Gelfand beats Karjakin with black in first game of semifinals. Ponomariov-Malakahov drawn.

World Cup 09 r4.2: Tiebroken

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Karjakin, Svidler, and Mamedyarov through, the other five to tiebreaks. Short draw in a must-win by Laznicka?!

Blitzed in Moscow!

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Carlsen leads World Blitz ahead of Anand in Moscow after day two.

Bloody in Bilbao

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Grischuk and Aronian lead after three rounds.

Bilbao (chicka-bow-bow) 2009

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Bilbao Grand Slam Final begins Sunday at 11am. I'll be hosting ICC Chess.FM live.

Karjakin in Moscow

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Karjakin a new Russian player at the Moscow blitz championship. But he finished behind Grischuk. Questions on federation changes and FIDE.
5th GP event in Jermuk, Armenia begins Sunday. Aronian, Akopian, Ivanchuk, Cheparinov, Kasimjanov, Inarkiev, Gelfand, Eljanov, Bacrot, Alekseev, Kamsky, Jakovenko, Karjakin, Leko.
World team dominated Azerbaijan in second day of action thanks to 3/3 score from Kramnik and 2.5/3 from Karjakin. Event wraps with three final rounds tomorrow.
Azerbaijani team of Radjabov, Mamedyarov, Gashimov, Guseinov, and Mamedov take on Anand, Kramnik, Shirov, and Karjakin in rapid Scheveningen team rapid event.
Leko wins to join Aronian in the lead and set up their final-round battle Wednesday. Aronian has white.
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