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Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour Blitz Day 1 Recap

So-Nakamura in Leuven 2018There was a big shake up in the standings after a full day of blitz. Wesley So still leads the tournament but his lead has narrowed to only one and a half points. The 2016 World Blitz Champion Sergey Karjakin dominated the day by scoring 6.5 points out of 9.

1st International Pelion Open

Greece FlagThe 1st International Pelion Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 16-23 June in the picturesque Agios Ioannis village of the Pelion mountain.

4th ad Gredine Open

SF_Plakat_297x420mm_04.inddThe 4th ad Gredine Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 16-24 June 2018 in Ortisei, Italy. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

European Amateur Chess Championship 2018 live

amaterskoMontenegro Chess Federation in association with City of Niksic and under the auspices of the European Chess Union are organizing European Amateur Chess Championship 2018. It will be held from 13-21 June in Niksic, Montenegro.

US Olympic Teams Set: “I Like Our Chances to Repeat”

171110WCHOF_Olympiads6999-13_preview-640x427The 2018 US Olympic teams are set, with a formidable Open squad featuring three of the top ten players in the World, including World Championship Challenger Fabiano Caruana.

Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour Rapid Day 2 Recap

Wesley So leading in LeuvenDay two of Your Next Move was all about Wesley So, as the American keeps showing excellent form and has extended his lead to two points. Levon Aronian had a strong showing and is the next closest to the leader.

6th World Team Championship 50+ & 65+

DSC_0823_Alle_Sieger_2016From the 7th to the 15th of July 2018, the chess world will be looking at Radebeul near Dresden in Germany.

The Baltic Zonal -Palanga Stage live

Lithuania FlagThe second stage of the Baltic Zone tournament will take place from the 14th to the 20th. June in Palanga, Lithuania. This is the second of three Baltic Zonal tournaments and the overall winner qualifies for the 2019 Chess World Cup.

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