The Indian grandmaster was the first to win a game in the elite Shenzhen Masters.
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Mar 25
With a nearly perfect score, the world’s No. 2-ranked player has powered his team into the final weekend of the worldwide league.
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Round 1 of the Shenzhen Masters, featuring six of the world’s top players, produced no decisive results.
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Top players usually follow positional and strategic principles, but they also know when to deviate, as in the following game.
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Sam Shankland had high hopes going into a strong invitational tournament in St. Louis that ended last Sunday. He reports on how and why he fell short and analyzes games of the winner, David Howell.
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Tigran L. Petrosian has the same name as the former World Champion, but his style is very different, as can be seen in our game of the day.
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Sometimes a player’s brilliant effort is ruined at the very end, as in the following game of the day.
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China’s rising star did not win a tournament that ended Friday in Vietnam, but he played the most exciting chess. World Chess’s columnist annotates his top victories and a shocking loss.
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World Chess’s columnist explores the retrograde problems of Raymond Smullyan, a polymath, who died last month. A warning to readers: This column is challenging and addictive!
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When Ray Robson plays well, he can take his opponents apart, even with Black, as in the following game.
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More players, even some who are not the very elite, are finding that having a manager pays dividends.
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