Press conference in Moscow with Ilyumzhinov and Topalov to formally announce the 2006 Topalov-Kramnik WCh match.
April 2006 Archives
Garry Kasparov is delivering a lecture at the Gödel Cententary in Vienna today.
FIDE website now placing hundreds of third-party cookies.
We now resume our regularly schedule inanity.
Hydra programmer Chrilly Donninger on the recent Freestyle tournament.
Ilyumzhinov says Mexico wants the next final match.
FIDE announces 12-game match starting Sep. 21, 2006.
The 2005 computer champ Zappa is now available from ChessBase as Zap!Chess.
New formats, new champions around the world.
Ivanchuk moves up from #10 to #7. A few other changes in the top 100.
Ivanchuk leads after seven of eleven rounds.
Sunday night on "GSN," "The Mad Genius of Bobby Fischer."
Topalov playing Nisipeanu. Will there be a Kramnik match?
Article on Alexandra Kosteniuk. Not naked.
The real list this time. Topalov leads, a single point ahead of Anand.
The NY Times on costs of chess for kids, also celebrity chess TV coming soon.
The title is not a joke. Poker, Scrabble, and now dominoes.
In a remarkable leap, FIDE president Kirsan Ilyumzhinov passed Vishy Anand and Veselin Topalov to take the #1 spot in the April, 2006 FIDE rating list.