Morozevich and Anand share first in combined score.
March 2006 Archives
Kasparov on BBC panel show tonight, viewable later online. Submit your own questions for Kasparov.
Vintage Anand photos and highlights.
Shirov wins Poikovsky tournament with 6/9.
On Ebay: $1200 for a 1927 poster of "The Chessplayer". Memorabilia chitchat.
Xu Yuhua defeats Alisa Galliamova to become new women's world champion.
Victory Korchnoi is 75, Vassily Smylov is 85. Viva!
Amber, Poikovsky, Women's world championship final match.
Blindfold / rapid event underway. Topalov, Anand, Aronian, etc. Kramnik withdraws.
Strong event in Siberia with Ponomariov, Bareev, Shirov, and Onischuk.
Giant final photo gallery.
Championship match review, Larsen Prize, blogging awards.
Ekaterinburg, Russia, already down to the final eight players. More women's chess pondering.
I just added the full prize list to the US Championship website standings and crosstable page.
The first of many items with thoughts and tidbits from the championship.
Prize fund distribution error mars closing ceremony of 2006 US Championship
Onischuk faces Shulman in the final. Goletiani-Zatonskih is the women's final match. 10am PST for the women, 1pm for the men.
Armenia's Levon Aronian played interesting, combative chess throughout and beat Leko in the final round to seal the deal.
Who's in front for the US Championship Best Blogger prize?
Batchimeg "Chimi" Tuvshintugs beat her third GM of the tournament today.
US Championship, a few notes a few ramblings.
Leko still holds slim lead, most of the action taking place at the bottom of the crosstable.
The player blog of the US Championship is back up. I'm offering prizes to the best bloggers!
Topalov making a comeback, now on an even score after two wins in a row. Leko still leads.
Nakamura loses to Friedel. Various web adventures and links.
Setup is still frantically underway at NTC Promenade here in San Diego.