Anand beats Shirov to move to +3. Carlsen beats Ivanchuk, who played 17 moves in 35 seconds and flagged.
February 2008 Archives
Morozevich says in interview he won't play in the FIDE Grand Prix.
Diagrams in ancient manuscript said to be the work of Leonardo da Vinci.
Kasparov-Karpov on a magazine's list of greatest sports rivalries.
Anand leads a half-point over Shirov and Topalov at the halfway point.
Round 7: Anand-Ivanchuk, Shirov-Radjabov, Carlsen-Aronian, Leko-Topalov
Anand leads after 5. Round 6: Topalov-Anand, Aronian-Leko, Radjabov-Carlsen, Ivanchuk-Shirov.
Yet more recent movies with chess scenes. I say conspiracy.
Freakonomics blog entry on whether cheating is good for sports.
Round 5: Leko-Anand, Topalov-Carlsen, Aronian-Shirov, Radjabov-Ivanchuk.
In round 3 Anand beats Carlsen and Topalov beats Ivanchuk to take the lead. Round 4: Anand-Radjabov, Ivanchuk-Aronian, Carlsen-Leko, Shirov-Topalov.
Topalov and Ivanchuk lead with 1.5/2. R3: Leko-Shirov, Carlsen-Anand, Topalov-Ivanchuk, Aronian-Radjabov
Shirov-Anand, Carlsen-Ivanchuk, Leko-Radjabov, Topalov-Aronian.
Good interview with Vishy Anand on Linares, Fischer, and more.
Linares, Moscow Open, NY Times, help wanted!
FIDE and Global Chess announce the Grand Prix cycle 2008/09.
Riazantsev leads the powerful open event with 4/4.