Four draws in round six leave the standings unchanged. Sunday is Leko-Anand, Ivanchuk-Aronian, Topalov-Morozevich, Svidler-Carlsen
February 2007 Archives
Carlsen leads after beating Topalov. Carlsen-Leko, Morozevich-Svidler, Aronian-Topalov, Anand-Ivanchuk on Saturday.
Alekseev takes clear first at Aeroflot.
Anand in clear first after beating Morozevich. Carlsen beats Ivanchuk and is in clear second.
FIDE VP, Kasparov, and others on the Radjabov robbery and drop-out
Anand beats Carlsen to join Ivanchuk in the lead.
Stanislav Novikov leads after six rounds.
Radjabov asked for 100,000 euros to stay and play in Morelia
In round 2 Ivanchuk beats Topalov, Carlsen fends off Aronian. Topalov-Leko, Svidler-Ivanchuk, Carlsen-Anand, Morozevich-Aronian today.
Carlsen leads! Ivanchuk-Topalov, Leko-Morozevich, Aronian-Carlsen, Anand-Svidler.
Linares begins today in Mexico. Topalov-Anand in the first round.
Radjabov drops out of Morelia/Linares after his father's room is robbed. Ivanchuk replaces him
Akopian, Sasikiran, Jakovenko top seeds.
First round in Mexico on February 17. Full schedule. I'm doing Chess.fm live commentary.
ChessBase to run silly Topailov cable photos.
Kasparov political events in NYC, video, transcript. Notes on upcoming book.
Kasparov speaks at democracy forum in NY
Comments from Bareev and some video of Danailov from Kommersant
Linares 2007 with Topalov, Anand, Leko, Svidler, Aronian, Radjabov, Morozevich, and Carlsen.
Baden Baden keep rolling with wins by Svidler, Shirov, and Bacrot.
Najer wins on tiebreaks over Yemelin.
The latest comments from Nigel Short and the Topailov signaling allegations.
Akopian wins clear first in Gibraltar. Nakamura, Areshchenko, Sutovsky 2-4.
Latest list of FIDE title recipients.