- Chess Governing Body To Investigate Cheating Claims
The governing body of chess said on Friday that it would investigate claims by five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen that American player Hans Niemann had cheated.
- Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen Accuses Hans Niemann Of Recent Cheating
Chess superstar Magnus Carlsen for the first time openly accused American Hans Niemann of cheating Monday, saying the rising star had done so more recently and more often than he previously admitted.
- Julius Baer Cup: Magnus Carlsen Wins First Match Of Final Against Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi
World No. 1 Magnus Carlsen underlined his superiority, winning the first two games in the opening match of the final against teenaged Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi in the Julius Baer Generation Cup rapid online chess tournament.
- Julius Baer Generation Cup: Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi To Meet Magnus Carlsen In Final
Julius Baer Generation Cup: Arjun Erigaisi got the better of Liem Quang Le (Vietnam) to set up a final clash with world no.1 Magnus Carlsen.
- Julius Baer Generation Cup: Arjun Erigaisi Enters Semifinals; R Praggnanandhaa Bows Out
Julius Baer Generation Cup: Indian Grandmaster Arjun Erigaisi edged out Christopher Yoo in the quarterfinals via tie-breaker to reach the last four round.
- Magnus Carlsen Withdraws From A Chess Game Amid Cheating Allegations
After playing just one move in a match against Niemann on Monday night in the "Julius Baer Generation Cup" online tournament, Carlsen resigned the game without a word
- Julius Baer Generation Cup: R Praggnanandhaa Posts Three Wins Before Losing To Fellow Teen Christopher Yoo
R Praggnanandhaa was heading for top spot after registering three wins but was pegged back due to a loss in the final round.
- "Earliest By 2025": Viswanathan Anand On When India Can Have Next Chess World Champion
Viswanathan Anand firmly believes that India has enough talent to produce the next Chess World Champion but not before 2025 since there is no "quicker pathway" and the process to create one will take that much time
- "What He Brings To The Table Is His Fearlessness": Viswanathan Anand On Chess Prodigy Praggnanandhaa To NDTV
Viswanathan Anand has spoken highly of his protege R Praggnanandhaa in an exclusive interview with NDTV, just a day after the young chess prodigy beat current world champion Magnus Carlsen
- FTX Crypto Cup: R Praggnanandhaa Beats Magnus Carlsen In Final Round But Loses Out On Top Prize
Despite the win over Carlsen, R Praggnanandhaa could only take second place in the final standings
- FTX Crypto Cup: R Praggnanandhaa Loses To Poland's Jan-Krzystof Duda
Teenaged Indian Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa went down to Poland's Jan-Krzystof Duda via the tie-break in the sixth round of the FTX Crypto Cup, the American finale of Champions Chess Tour
- FTX Crypto Cup: R Praggnanandhaa's Winning Streak Ends With Loss To Liem Le
Indian Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa's winning run came to an end at the hands of Quang Liem Le in the fifth round of the FTX Crypto Cup, the American finale of Champions Chess Tour.
- FTX Crypto Cup: R Praggnanandhaa Makes It Four Wins In A Row
Indian prodigy R Praggnanandhaa handed world No.6 Levon Aronian a 3-1 thrashing in the fourth round to notch up his fourth consecutive win in the FTX Crypto Cup
- MK Stalin Announces Rs 1 Crore Prize For Indian Teams That Won Bronze In Chess Olympiad
Both the India-B and A-Women's teams, would be honoured with a cash prize of Rs 1 crore each for winning bronze medals in the FIDE 44th Chess Olympiad, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin announced.
- Chess Olympiad: India 'B' Team Wins Bronze In Open Section; India 'A' Women Also Finish Third
India 'B' defeated Germany 3-1 in their final round match to end at third position.
- Viswanathan Anand Elected FIDE Deputy President
Indian chess legend Viswanathan Anand was on Sunday elected deputy president of FIDE, the sport's world governing body. Arkady Dvorkovich was re-elected for a second term as president.
- Tania Sachdev Shines As Indian Women's Team Wins At 44th Chess Olympiad
After Koneru Humpy, Dronavalli Harika and R Vaishali ended with a draw in their respective encounters, Tania Sachdev rose brilliantly to the occasion.
- Chess Olympiad: Indian Teams Off To Winning Starts
Indian teams opened their campaigns with easy wins in the Open and women's sections of the 44th Chess Olympiad on Friday