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Baskaran Adhiban
Baskaran Adhiban
Baskaran Adhiban
(born 15 August 1992 in Mayiladuthurai)[1] is an Indian chess Grandmaster
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Indian Name
Indian family names are based on a variety of systems and naming conventions, which vary from region to region. Names are also influenced by religion and caste and may come from epics. India's population speaks a wide variety of languages and nearly every major religion in the world has a following in India. This variety makes for subtle, often confusing, differences in names and naming styles
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Eltaj Safarli
Eltaj Safarli
Eltaj Safarli
(Azerbaijani: Eltac Səfərli; born 18 May 1992 in Baku) is an Azerbaijani chess Grandmaster.[1] He entered tournaments from the age of 6, with modest success.[2] Safarli won the Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
Cha
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Tromsø
Tromsø
Tromsø
(Norwegian pronunciation: [²trumsø] ( listen); Northern Sami: Romsa;[2] Finnish: Tromssa; Kven: Tromssa) is a city and municipality in Troms
Troms
county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the city of Tromsø. Outside Norway, Tromso and Tromsö are alternative spellings of the city. Tromsø
Tromsø
town has a population of 64,376 as of 1 January 2016. The most populous town north of it is Alta, Norway, with a population of 14,272 (2013). Tromsø
Tromsø
lies in Northern Norway. The 2,521-square-kilometre (973 sq mi) municipality is the 18th largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. Tromsø
Tromsø
is the 9th most populous municipality in Norway
Norway
with a population of 74,541
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Pentala Harikrishna
Pentala Harikrishna
Pentala Harikrishna
(born May 10, 1986) is a chess Grandmaster from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India. He became the youngest grandmaster from India
India
on September 12, 2001, a record now held by Parimarjan Negi. He was Commonwealth Champion in 2001, World Junior Champion in 2004 and Asian Individual Champion in 2011. Harikrishna won the Tata Steel Group B in 2012 and the Biel MTO Masters Tournament Open event in 2013. He represented India
India
at seven Chess
Chess
Olympiads from 2000 to 2012 and won team Bronze at the World Team Chess
Chess
Championships in 2010. At the Asian Team Championships, Harikrishna won team gold once, team silver twice and individual bronze once. In February 2013, Harikrishna's FIDE
FIDE
rating passed 2700 for the first time
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Aleksander Delchev
Aleksander Delchev
Aleksander Delchev
(Bulgarian: Александър Делчев; born 15 July 1971) is a Bulgarian chess grandmaster and chess author. He won the Bulgarian Chess
Chess
Championship in 1994, 1996 and 2001
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Elizbar Ubilava
Elizbar Ubilava (born August 27, 1950 in Tbilisi) is a Spanish chess Grandmaster (1988) of Georgian origin
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Vladimir Fedoseev
Vladimir Vasilyevich Fedoseev (Russian: Влади́мир Васи́льевич Федосе́ев; born February 16, 1995) is a Russian chess grandmaster
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Fast Chess
Fast chess
Fast chess
(also known as speed chess) is a variation of chess in which each side is given less time to make their moves than under normal tournament time controls. Time controls in chess allow each side a total amount of time to use for making their moves; in a fast chess game, each player will have less than the usual 60 minutes at their disposal, based on a 60-move game, and sometimes considerably less than this. Fast chess
Fast chess
can be further subdivided, by decreasing time controls, into rapid chess, blitz chess, and bullet chess. Armageddon chess is a particular variation in which different rules apply for each of the two players. The 2017 World Rapid Chess
Chess
Champion is Viswanathan Anand
Viswanathan Anand
from India, and the 2017 World Blitz Chess
Chess
Champion is Magnus Carlsen
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Sergey Karjakin
Sergey Alexandrovich Karjakin (Russian: Серге́й Алекса́ндрович Каря́кин, Russian pronunciation: [sʲɪrˈɡʲej ɐlʲɪˈksandrəvʲɪtɕ kɐˈrʲakʲɪn]; born 12 January 1990) is a Russian (formerly representing Ukraine) chess grandmaster. A chess prodigy, he holds the record for the world's youngest ever grandmaster, having qualified for the title at the age of 12 years and 7 months. Karjakin learned to play chess at the age of 5. He won the European U10 Chess
Chess
Championship in 1999, and was World U12 Chess
Chess
Champion in 2001. He earned the international master title at age 11, and was awarded his grandmaster title in 2003. He represented Ukraine
Ukraine
at the Chess
Chess
Olympiad in 2004, winning team and individual gold
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Evgeny Alekseev (chess Player)
Evgeny Vladimirovich Alekseev (Russian: Евгений Владимирович Алексеев; born 28 November 1985) is a Russian chess grandmaster and Russian champion in 2006. He competed in the FIDE
FIDE
World Chess
Chess
Championship 2004 and the FIDE
FIDE
World Cup in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. Career[edit] He won the gold medal in chess at the 2001 Maccabiah Games.[1] In 2006 Alekseev won the Russian Championship Superfinal after defeating Dmitry Jakovenko
Dmitry Jakovenko
in a playoff match.[2] By winning the 2007 Aeroflot Open in Moscow,[3] Alekseev qualified for the 2007 Dortmund Sparkassen Chess
Chess
Meeting
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Richárd Rapport
Richárd Rapport
Richárd Rapport
(born 25 March 1996) is a Hungarian chess grandmaster. A chess prodigy, he earned his grandmaster title at the age of 13 years, 11 months and 6 days. This makes him Hungary's youngest ever grandmaster.[1] He is one of the most original players in the world and often surprises with many unusual ideas and experiments early in the opening.[2]Contents1 Early life 2 Titles 3 Career3.1 2013 3.2 2016 3.3 20174 Personal life 5 Sample games 6 References 7 External linksEarly life[edit] Rapport was born in Szombathely, to Tamás Rapport and Erzsébet Mórocz, both economists.[3] He learned chess at age four from his father.[2] Titles[edit] In 2006 he won the European Championships U10.[2] Rapport achieved the National Master
National Master
title in 2008, and became an International Master
International Master
the next year
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Radosław Wojtaszek
Radosław Wojtaszek
Radosław Wojtaszek
(born 13 January 1987, in Elbląg, Poland) is a Polish chess grandmaster. He is a three-time Polish Chess
Chess
Champion and the No
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Alejandro Ramírez (chess Player)
Alejandro Tadeo Ramírez Álvarez (born 21 June 1988 in San José, Costa Rica)[1] is a Costa Rican-born American chess grandmaster. At the age of 15, he became the first Central American to achieve the grandmaster title and the second youngest chess grandmaster in the world at the time.[2] He graduated from the University of Texas
University of Texas
in Dallas
Dallas
with a master's degree in arts and technology, video game design. Career[edit] Ramírez started playing chess at the age of four after watching the movie "Searching for Bobby Fischer" and was taught the game by his father, Jorge Ramírez.[2] In 1998 Ramírez won the gold medal in the Pan American Under-10 Chess
Chess
Championship held in Florianopolis[3] and this achievement earned him the title of FIDE
FIDE
Master
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Maxime Lagarde
Maxime Lagarde (born 16 March 1994) is a French chess grandmaster.Chess career[edit] Born in 1994, Lagarde earned his international master title in 2011[1] and his grandmaster title in 2013.[2] He is the No. 9 ranked French player as of March 2018.[3] Lagarde finished second at the 2018 Reykjavik Open,[4] scoring 7/9 (+6–1=2).[5]References[edit]^ 82nd FIDE Congress 2011, Krakow, 15-22 October, POL FIDE^ 2nd quarter Presidential Board Meeting 2013, 4-7 May, Baku, AZE FIDE^ Staff writer(s) (March 2018). "Federations Ranking - France". FIDE. ^ Staff writer(s) (15 March 2018). "GAMMA Reykjavik Open 2018 - Bobby Fischer Memorial". Chess Results. ^ Staff writer(s) (15 March 2018). "GAMMA Reykjavik Open 2018 - Bobby Fischer Memorial: Lagarde Maxime"
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Chessgames.com
Chessgames.com is an Internet chess community with over 224,000 members.[1] The site maintains a large database of chess games, where each game has its own discussion page for comments and analysis. Limited primarily to games where at least one player is of master strength, the database begins with the earliest known recorded games and is updated with games from current top-level tournaments. Basic membership is free, and the site is open to players at all levels of ability, with additional features available for Premium members
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