Study on why there are few female GMs.
January 2007 Archives
Kramnik confirms he will play in Mexico. Other political bits.
FIDE says no time for Kramnik-Topalov rematch unless players agree.
Three-way tie for first: Radjabov, Topalov, Aronian
Major German newspaper article reports suspicious behavior by Topalov's manager Danailov in early rounds of Wijk aan Zee.
Kramnik holds Topalov while Radjabov beats Motylev to move into a tie for first with Topalov.
Looking for the photographer who took this pic of Garry Kasparov
Preview: The home stretch begins! The final three rounds have some potential for drama, but it will take either backbone and great play from Radjabov or a near miracle from Anand to produce it. Topalov is a full point up...
Topalov wipes out Carlsen, Anand beats Karjakin
Anand wins, all leaders draw.
New bank guarantees for an old challenge. Will Kramnik-Topalov II happen?
Topalov beats Anand and is in clear first; Radjabov falls to Aronian.
Radjabov held Anand, Topalov beat Ponomariov with black to move up.
Kramnik beats Anand in beautiful game. Radjabov draws to maintain full point lead.
Radjabov wins again with black to stretch his lead over Anand and Topalov
Topalov's bank guarantees rejected by FIDE's bank.
Radjabov downs Tiviakov to stay in clear first while Topalov beats Shirov to move into second.
Stupid quote from the BBC about chess.
Radjabov takes the clear lead again with another King's Indian win.
All the favorites win in a bloody day in the top group.
All games short draws except Radjabov's win over van Wely.
Corus Wijk aan Zee begins Saturday at 7:30am EST.
AF4C will not organize the 2007 championship. USCF accepting bids.
London-Moscow Short-Karpov game of ice chess.
Got a minute or 50? I thought this endgame from the first game of the Kramnik-Fritz match was dead and buried, but I need a better line than the direct one I have against what I now think is the...
Article on an Indian player caught cheating and another under suspicion.
Peter Leko beats Vasily Ivanchuk in the final in blitz.
Leko, Radjabov, Gelfand, and Ivanchuk into tomorrow's semifinals.
Deeper Blue - Kasparov ticket on Ebay.
Bits and pieces. ChessBase puzzles, coach conviction, ancient chess text found...
Favorites win through in first round. Nakamura out to Gelfand
Strong KO in Odessa begins tomorrow, runs for four days. Morozevich, Ivanchuk, Nakamura...
Looking for original German of a few Tarrasch and Lasker quotations. Help!