5/16 games decisive in first half of round 3. Cheparinov beats Mamedyarov, Kamsky beats Georgiev.
November 2007 Archives
Kasparov released from jail.
Radjabov out to Macieja. Aronian, Mamedyarov, Adams, Onischuk and Kamsky through. Shulman misses win against Shirov and loses.
World Youth Ch finishes in Turkey. Many Russian medalists for the first time in a while. Naroditsky of USA takes gold in U-12.
Karpov tries to visit Kasparov in jail.
Radjabov and Ponomariov lose in first game of the round. Kamsky and Onischuk win.
Rapid and blitz tiebreaks today. All favorites go through. 5/8 USA players eliminated in first round.
Trouble with live game page. KO day for many players.
Most favorites win on first day. Ponomariov and Alekseev upset.
Kasparov arrested in Moscow after opposition march. Sentenced to 5 days in prison. Not yet released or in contact as of Saturday night in Moscow.
First stage of world championship. 128-player KO event. First round Saturday.
Bobby Fischer is in a Reykjavik hospital for unspecified condition.
Ivanchuk leads world blitz championship at the half.
Kramnik wins Tal Memorial with a round to spare with great +4 score. Final round tomorrow.
Kramnik leads by a half point with four rounds to play.
Topalov wins Vitoria tournament, finishing strong as usual.
The Week In Chess site main URL not working, but site still up via other URL.
New Radjabov interview refers to Armenian team as the hated enemy.
Bacrot, Krasenkow, Sargissian, Cheparinov, Movsesian, Harikrishna, Short, Stellwagen, Nepomniachtchi, Humpy, l'Ami, Smeets, Hou Yifan, Spoelman
Tal Memorial begins tomorrow. Ivanchuk, Kramnik, Mamedyarov, Leko, Shirov, Gelfand, Kamsky, Carlsen, Alekseev, and Jakovenko.
Ponomariov and Topalov share the lead in Vitoria-Gasteiz tournament in Spain with 2.5/3. Polgar, Karpov, Nisipeanu, and Kasimdzhanov also play.
13-year-old Ray Robson going for an IM norm.
In new interview, Kramnik says he "lent Anand the title."
Russia takes the clear lead in Euro Team Ch after crushing Azerbaijan. Narava queen sac.