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November 2006 Archives

Lawson on Fritz & Tal

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Nice short article, mostly on Tal.

Ivanchuk Winning Capablanca

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Ivanchuk will lock up clear first with a draw in today's final round.

Why They Call It Dope

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Chess in Asian Games starting Dec 1. Drug testing for chessplayers. Yawn.

Kramnik-Fritz 06 g3

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Kramnik takes white into game three. I'll be doing live audio coommentary at chess.fm.

Nakamura Returns on Top

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Hikaru Nakamura comes back and wins National Congress

Kramnik-Fritz 06 g2

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Fritz with white in the second of six games. Game 1 was drawn.

Kramnik-Fritz 06 g1

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Game one drawn, Kramnik with some endgame chances.

Kramnik-Fritz Chatter

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Kramnik-Fritz six-game match in Germany begins Saturday at 1500 local, 9am EST.

Blind Stealth

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Topalov vs Polgar in six blindfold games Dec 7-9 in Bilbao.

Capa Memorial 06 Update

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Nogueiras beats Bareev in round 1. Ivanchuk's win finishes at 3:30am.

Quick Corrections

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Assorted Kasparov-related corrections and tidbits.

Chau, Che

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Felgaer replaced by Nogueiras in Capablanca Memorial beginning tomorrow.

Tal Blitz Cup

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Anand leads with 10 rounds to play today.

Remember the Candidates

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FIDE announces the candidates matches for May 26-June 14 2007 in Elista.

Tal Memorial r9

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Final round with the winner of Ponomariov-Leko winning the event. Update: All games short GM draws. Ponomariov, Leko, Aronian tie for first.

Vamos a La Habana

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Ivanchuk leads the field of the Capablanca Memorial starting Nov.19.

Tal Memorial 06 r7-8

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Round seven of ten. Leaders Ponomariov and Aronian meet.

Tal Memorial 06 r6

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Leko and Aronian win to share first with Ponomariov. Free day Monday.

Tal Memorial 06 r4-5

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Ponomariov leads at the start of the round.

Kasimdzhanov Wins Corsica 06

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Kasimdzhanov defeats Anand in the final in an attractive game.

Tal Memorial 06 r3

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Round 3 today. Three tied for lead after all draws in round 2.

Second that Motion

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Article with Kramnik and Topalov seconds Illescas and Vallejo on their Elista experiences.

Chess for the Ears

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Kramnik second Miguel Illescas to give chess.fm interview tonight about the goings-on in Elista.

Tal Memorial 2006

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Tal Memorial begins in Moscow. Cat 20 with all top 20 players plus Carlsen.

ECF Book of the Year 2006

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Dutch author van Perlo's "Endgame Tactics" wins 2006 ECF Book of the Year.

Blowing Up the Center

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Ronan Bennett replaces Nigel Short as Guardian chess columnist.

Black to Play and, Umm

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Cute cook of a 2R vs Q composition.

Matter of Fakty

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Latest ravings from Topalov's manager Danailov on the Kramnik WCh match

Radjabov Wins Cap d'Agde 06

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Radjabov beats Karjakin spectacularly in final match.

Cap d’Agde 06 Semis

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Karjakin eliminates Carlsen in first semi. Volokitin-Radjabov Thursday.

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