Kasparov begins UK book media tour on April 1.
March 2007 Archives
FIDE official confirms that Morelia/Linares not rated for April 2007 list. Topalov still #1.
April 2007 rating list comes out without rating Linares?!
Article mentions some of the players in this year's Aerosvit supertournament, starting June 19.
American Jorge Sammour-Hasbun wins Dos Hermanas internet blitz tournament.
Kramnik leads the blindfold and overall standings with three rounds to play.
Mtel final field announced: Topalov, Adams, Kamsky, Mamedyarov, Sasikiran, and Nisipeanu
Sargissian dominates Ruy Lopez tournament. Jakovenko wins Poikovsky.
Sargissian wins Ruy Lopez tournament in Spain with a round to spare.
Some good games in round five. Ivanchuk, Kramnik, and Aronian lead.
Washington Post chess column by Kavalek under threat of being shrunk.
Kramnik leads the combined standings with 6.5/8
Three strong events in progress: Amber, Poikovsky, and the Ruy Lopez Festival.
Various items on Linares, Carlsen, Cappelle la Grande, Kasparov in Germany.
Still alive. Kasparov book coming out in Germany now, UK next month
Press conference transcript of Vishy Anand after his Linares 2007 win.
Anand wins clear first, Carlsen-Morozevich share 2-3 after Leko beats Carlsen in the final round.
Round 14: Ivanchuk-Anand, Leko-Carlsen, Svidler-Morozevich, Topalov-Aronian
Carlsen-Svidler, Leko-Anand, Morozevich-Topalov, Aronian-Ivanchuk.
US Championship in Oklahoma starting May 15. 9-round swiss. Pay to play idea introduced.
Handicap human-machine matches with Zap and Rybka playing L'Ami and Ehlvest.
FIDE announces yet another world championship format. Matches!
Svidler and Morozevich win in round 12. Free day Thursday, final two rounds Fri-Sat.
Carlsen pounds Ivanchuk in round 11 to move into clear second behind Anand. Round 12: Leko-Svidler, Topalov-Carlsen, Ivanchuk-Morozevich, Anand-Aronian
Round 11: Morozevich-Anand, Svidler-Topalov, Carlsen-Ivanchuk, Aronian-Leko
Moro beats Leko in a great game in round 9. Anand and Carlsen still lead on +2. Round 10: Leko-Topalov, Ivanchuk-Svidler, Anand-Carlsen, Aronian-Morozevich.
GM Varuzhan Akobian to star in MTV "The True Life" show on March 8.
Morozevich-Leko, Topalov-Ivanchuk, Carlsen-Aronian, Svidler-Anand. Hoping for some big chess in Topalov-Ivanchuk
Round 8 is Anand-Topalov, Aronian-Svidler, Morozevich-Carlsen, Leko-Ivanchuk.
Carlsen and Anand lead going into the second half in Linares on March 2.