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Anand wins the Botvinnik Memorial by a wide margin with 4.5/6 undefeated. Aronian and Kramnik on 3 and Carlsen loses all three games on second day to finish with 1.5.

Botvinnik Memorial 2011

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Anand, Kramnik, Carlsen, Aronian meet in double round robin of rapid in Moscow to commemorate Botvinnik's 100th birthday. Anand leads on +1 after three rounds of six.
Svidler wins his sixth Russian championship.

Kazan Candidates 2011 R2

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Semifinals starting today. Kamsky-Gelfand, Kramnik-Grischuk. Same format as first round with four-game matches.
Candidates matches begin May 5 in Kazan at 7am EDT. Kramnik-Radjabov, Kamsky-Topalov, Grischuk-Aronian, Mamedyarov-Gelfand.
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.
Candidates matches begin on May 3 in Kazan. Topalov (BUL) - Kamsky (USA), Kramnik (RUS) - Radjabov (AZE), Aronian (ARM) - Grischuk (RUS), Gelfand (ISR) - Mamedyarov (AZE).
All games drawn in the final round and Nakamura is Tata Steel Chess champion! Anand second, Aronian and Carlsen =3-4, then Kramnik and Vachier-Lagrave.
Nakamura leads alone on +5 with two rounds to go. Round 12: Nakamura-Kramnik, Anand-Giri, Ponomariov-Shirov, l'Ami-Aronian, Smeets-Grischuk, Carlsen-Wang Hao, Vachier-Lagrave-Nepomniachtchi.
Round 1 at 7:30am NY time, 1330 local. I'll be on Chess.FM with Peter Svidler. Carlsen-Aronian, Ponomariov-Anand, l'Ami-Giri, Smeets-Shirov, Nakamura-Grischuk, Vachier Lagrave-Wang Hao, Nepomniachtchi-Kramnik.

London Burning

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McShane stuns Carlsen, Kramnik beats Short, Adams beats Howell. R2: Kramnik-Nakamura, Howell-Anand, Short-McShane, Carlsen-Adams. Round 2 starts at 1600 local, 11am NY instead of the usual 1400 local.

Heat in London

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London Chess Classic begins Wed. Nakamura, Kramnik, Anand, McShane, Howell, Adams, Short, Carlsen.

Big Bad Vlad Takes Bilbao

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Kramnik wins with +2 undefeated. Anand on +1, Carlsen on -1, Shirov -2.

Kramnik Takes Early Lead in Bilbao

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Kramnik beats Carlsen; Anand draws with Shirov. Round 2: Carlsen-Anand, Kramnik-Shirov.

Bilbao is Super

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Anand, Carlsen, Kramnik, Shirov. Nuff said.
Ponomariov leads with 2/2 after two rounds, including a win over Kramnik. Mamedyarov, Leko, Naiditsch, and qualifier Le Quang Liem of Vietnam complete the double round-robin.
Anand interview reveals he had opening and training assistance from Carlsen, Kramnik, and Kasparov!
Rapid event, just seven rounds. Mamedyarov leads after two rounds. Kramnik, Mamedov, Guseinov, Radjabov, JPolgar, Sutovsky, Kamsky

Two GMs, One Cup

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Carlsen and Ivanchuk share first place, Kramnik third.

Corus 2010 Wrap: Carlsen Comeback

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Carlsen takes clear first after drawing in the final round. Kramnik and Shirov =2-3, Anand and Nakamura =4-5.
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