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Magnus Carlsen playing chess on The Pulpit Rock - Norway Chess 2013 - YouTube

Norway Chess 2015 News - November 3, 2012 - 1:05pm

Magnus Carlsen playing chess on The Pulpit Rock - Norway Chess 2013
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Music video with Magnus Carlsen playing chess on The Pulpit Rock in the Norwegian Lyse fjord in the Stavanger region. Produced for Norway Chess by Genesis Film. Music. "Another Tempting There" by Hanne Sørvaag (Google Play • iTunes • eMusic ...

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Theo Walcott named world's footballer - PanARMENIAN.Net

London Chess Classic News - October 22, 2012 - 2:00am
Theo Walcott named world's footballer  PanARMENIAN.Net

The English player was flowed by Parma's striker Jonathan Biabiany and Beijing Guoan's right winger Joffre Guerrón.

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São Paulo Rd4 – Fabiano Caruana storms to 3.5/4 - Chessbase News

Sinquefield Cup News - September 29, 2012 - 2:00am
São Paulo Rd4 – Fabiano Caruana storms to 3.5/4  Chessbase News

The round saw Fabiano Caruana extend his lead even further with an even more incredible 3.5/4 and a lofty 2785 Elo on the Live Ratings lists. Karjakin was ...

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Judit Polgar, the chess prodigy who beat men at their own game - CNN International

London Chess Classic News - September 3, 2012 - 2:00am
Judit Polgar, the chess prodigy who beat men at their own game  CNN International

Chess prodigy Judit Polgar is the most successful female player of all time but the birth of her first child forced her to rethink everything.

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2012 Chess Olympiad: teams and players - Chessbase News

Grand Chess Tour News - August 26, 2012 - 2:00am
2012 Chess Olympiad: teams and players  Chessbase News

8/26/2012 – The biggest chess event of the year is just two days away, with teams arriving and preparing for round one on Tuesday. The top seeds are Russia, ...

Chess in Schools – Pein in the Palace - Chessbase News

London Chess Classic News - July 31, 2012 - 2:00am
Chess in Schools – Pein in the Palace  Chessbase News

IM Malcolm Pein, the CEO of the British charity Chess in Schools and Communities, received the Royal seal of approval earlier this week at St James's Palace.

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Who needs stalemate? Readers weigh in - Chessbase News

Sinquefield Cup News - July 22, 2012 - 2:00am
Who needs stalemate? Readers weigh in  Chessbase News

We recently published an article on stalemate in chess. Was is really necessary to finish the game one move earlier than the clear-cut goal of the game: the ...

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Who needs stalemate? Readers weigh in - Chessbase News

Grand Chess Tour News - July 22, 2012 - 2:00am
Who needs stalemate? Readers weigh in  Chessbase News

We recently published an article on stalemate in chess. Was is really necessary to finish the game one move earlier than the clear-cut goal of the game: the ...

Nå skal du spille U i EM! - Dagbladet.no

Norway Chess 2015 News - June 20, 2012 - 4:22am

Nå skal du spille U i EM!
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133; Brasil - Peru; S. SINGELKAMP. Dette spillobjekt kan spilles for seg selv. Statistikk; H1,14U6,05B9,55; 4. Klikk for å veksle filtrering: Sjakk. Man. 15.606:25. Norway Chess (International). Norway Chess 2015; TV. TV2 (kl 07:00). Statistikk ...

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Chess: Anand crushes Gelfand in just 17 moves - Firstpost

Sinquefield Cup News - May 21, 2012 - 2:00am
Chess: Anand crushes Gelfand in just 17 moves  Firstpost

Defending champion Viswanathan Anand struck back with vengeance and scored the much-needed equaliser against Boris Gelfand in the eighth game of the ...

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Kavalek in Huffington: The Road to Chess Mastery - Chessbase News

Sinquefield Cup News - March 26, 2012 - 2:00am
Kavalek in Huffington: The Road to Chess Mastery  Chessbase News

Siegbert Tarrasch, one of the world's finest players from 1890 till World War One, taught chess in his book Three Hundred Chess Games. Vassily Panov ...

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Kasparov – picking games for the Chess Informant - Chessbase News

Grand Chess Tour News - March 26, 2012 - 2:00am
Kasparov – picking games for the Chess Informant  Chessbase News

The Chess Informant is a periodical publication with a survey of topical games, annotated by experts. Now, as the publishers proudly inform us, they have a ...

Chess history: Nineteen Hours with Bobby Fischer – Part 2 - Chessbase News

Sinquefield Cup News - February 29, 2012 - 2:00am
Chess history: Nineteen Hours with Bobby Fischer – Part 2  Chessbase News

In 1981 the Film Board of Canada approached Bobby Fischer, hoping for his participation in a feature-length documentary on the game of chess. Last week we ...

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A history of cheating in chess (4) - Chessbase News

London Chess Classic News - February 28, 2012 - 2:00am
A history of cheating in chess (4)  Chessbase News

Las Palmas 1996: Garry Kasparov is agonizing over his 20th move against Vishy Anand. He calculates and calculates but cannot make a very tempting pawn ...

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Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen - CBS News

London Chess Classic News - February 19, 2012 - 2:00am
Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen  CBS News

At age 21, chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is the number one player in the world and says he loves to see his opponents squirm.

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Aronian to FIDE: I cannot play in Azerbaijan - Chessbase News

Sinquefield Cup News - February 2, 2012 - 2:00am
Aronian to FIDE: I cannot play in Azerbaijan  Chessbase News

The first two bids to stage the next Candidates Tournament for the World Championship received by FIDE are from Bulgaria and Azerbaijan. But one of the two ...

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Family who are hoping to show young people how much fun chess can be - WalesOnline

London Chess Classic News - January 3, 2012 - 2:00am
Family who are hoping to show young people how much fun chess can be  WalesOnline

You don't need to be an intellectual genius to play chess, Cathy Owen meets one Cardiff family hoping to show young people how it can be both fun and ...

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Magnus Carlsen – 'I don't quite fit into the usual schemes' - Chessbase News

London Chess Classic News - December 22, 2011 - 2:00am
Magnus Carlsen – 'I don't quite fit into the usual schemes'  Chessbase News

He is by his own admission a chess genius, weaned on computers, a supreme expert on openings, and the hardest worker amongst the top players. Actually ...

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The Great London Chess Debate - Huffington Post

London Chess Classic News - December 20, 2011 - 2:00am
The Great London Chess Debate  Huffington Post

The former world champion Vladimir Kramnik won the London Chess Classic, a tournament that brought the English capital close to its former glory. London was ...

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Rogoff on chess addiction and why he had to give up the game - Chessbase News

London Chess Classic News - December 16, 2011 - 2:00am
Rogoff on chess addiction and why he had to give up the game  Chessbase News

One of the highlights of the London Chess Classic has been the visits of a large number of important and interesting people. One of them, the Professor and ...

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