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#81
Gata Kamsky
USA, 42
  • Classic 2669
  • Blitz 2675
  • Rapid 2749
  • World rank81
  • National rank6
  • Continent rank7

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Kamsky in Chess World

For a five-year period between 2007 and 2012, Viswanathan Anand was the undisputed king of chess.
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Alexander Morozevich is no longer among the game’s elite, but when he is on, he is still a fearsome competitor, as he showed recently in the Russian Team Rapid Championship.
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In the 1990s, a fight between Garry Kasparov, the World Champion, and the World Chess Federation led to a split in the chess world and, ultimately, competing claims for the title.
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Most opening innovations these days are in heavily analyzed variations and are often discovered with the help of a computer. The following game also features an opening innovation, but its subtlety suggests that it was discovered the old-fashioned way — by simple human ingenuity.
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They are a half point ahead of Ray Robson and a full point ahead of Hikaru Nakamura, Alexander Onischuk and the surprising 15-year-old, Jeffrey Xiong.
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Round 1 of the United States Championship was full of fireworks as five of the six games in the open section were decisive.
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To win the Candidates tournament and become the challenger for the World Championship, Sergey Karjakin had to come back from defeat, or near defeat, time and again. It is a similar path that Alexander Khalifman took 17 years ago.
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Though there were many great players in the Candidates in the 20 years after Bobby Fischer won the title in 1972, the competitions were dominated by the three K’s: Karpov, Korchnoi and Kasparov
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The lowest-ranked player in the Candidates has the experience and the tools to pull off some upsets.
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The second-oldest club in the United States is celebrating its centenary with a series of events this fall, including commemorating its past champions — some of whom were the best players in the world.
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