EST. TOTAL REVENUE
$7 - $17
EST. MONTHLY REVENUE
$88 - $221
EST. YEARLY REVENUE
Carlsen: "Kramnik's Games When He was Young Impressed …
Carlsen: "Kramnik's Games When He was Young Impressed Me When I Was Little" ... when he was young, impressed me quite a bit when I was little. ... Carlsen; Kramnik;
Best Chess Games - Chess.com - Gioca a scacchi online ...
Watch the best chess games as they are played by Anand, Carlsen, Kramnik, and other top players… and be part of the action!
Carlsen - Kramnik | Amber 2011 round 07a-blind | ChessBomb ...
Chess game: Carlsen - Kramnik, Amber 2011 round 07a-blind, result: 1-0
Candidates Tournament, Final Round: Carlsen & Kramnik Both ...
It was a final round suitable for April Fool's Day. Magnus Carlsen and Vladimir Kramnik entered the final round tied for first, but with Carlsen having "tie odds".
Carlsen – Kramnik LIVE! | Chessdom Chess
All games from Tal Memorial with commentary. Welcome to Tal Memorial 2009 live commentary on Chessdom.com! IM MIodrag Perunovic and Goran Urosevic will be …
Candidates Tournament 2013 - FIDE
Magnus Carlsen won the FIDE Candidates' Tournament in London on Monday after a bizarre finish of what has become a ... Carlsen & Kramnik winners in 10th round FIDE ...
Tal Memorial: Carlsen, Kramnik, Anand... | chess-news.ru
13.06.13 - 23.06.13 Moscow, Russia: Participants: About the tournament: Dates (CET) Carlsen, Kramnik, Anand, Nakamura, Karjakin, Caruana, Morozevich, Gelfand,
Magnus Carlsen - The savant syndromeThe savant syndrome
Sven Magnus Carlsen Øen (November 30, 1.990, Bærum, Akershus, Norway) is a norwegian International chess Grandmaster.
Carlsen - Kramnik | Corus 2010 A round 09 | ChessBomb Arena
Chess game: Carlsen - Kramnik, Corus 2010 A round 09, result: 0-1
شبكة اللواء الاخبارية - Carlsen-Kramnik
Carlsen-Kramnik - Twenty-second round, World Blitz Championship 2010, Moscow, Russia
Vishy will have a psychological initiative against Carlsen: Kramnik
Viswanathan Anand is in a good place these days. The triumph at the Candidates 2014 not only gave his sagging confidence a huge boost but it also altered the growing perception that he was a lost force after his loss to Magnus Carlsen in the World ...
Viswanathan Anand is scared of Carlsen: Kramnik
It was Vladimir Kramnik who brought Garry Kasparov's two decade-long reign to an end in 2000. Kramnik was the unofficial king of world chess till 2008 before Viswanathan Anand beat him in the World Championship match. Kramnik came very close to …
Anand draws with Carlsen; Kramnik back in lead
World champion Viswanathan Anand settled for a draw against Norwegian top seed Magnus Carlsen before Vladimir Kramnik scored over Ukraine's Ruslan Ponomariov to take the lead following the sixth round of Tal memorial chess tournament in Moscow …
Anand not scared, assures Aruna
The only problem that he is facing is that he is somewhat intimidated by Carlsen,” Kramnik had said. But Team Anand is cool as cucumber and not provoked by such statements. “Everyone is entitled to their opinion. If Kramnik has said something ...
Vlad Kramnik sweeps past Englishmen en route to winning London Classic
Beating up the Brits was the key for Russia's Vlad Kramnik, who won this week's London Classic narrowly from the US No1 Hikaru Nakamura and the world No1 Magnus Carlsen. Kramnik made a clean sweep of the four Englishmen. His key game was in …
Some of the other players lost points and by combining the November official ratings from FIDE with the Live Ratings of Carlsen, Kramnik and Short my pocket calculator offers me a figure of just over 2698, still much higher than any other tournament ever ...
London Chess Classics: Anand draws with Kramnik
The lead positions changed only a little following a peaceful day as Nakamura stretched himself to be two points ahead of Carlsen, Kramnik and McShane who all have to play an extra game compared to the American. Aronian and Anand share the fifth spot …
Chess: Armenian grandmasters at Wijk aan Zee tournament
The main group of the 73rd Tata Steel Chess Festival (former Corus) features Armenia’s top player Levon Aronian, whose opponents are GMs Anand, Carlsen, Kramnik, Grischuk, Nakamura, Ponomariov, Nepomniachtchi, Wang Hao, Shirov, Vachier-Lagrave ...
Viswanathan Anand to make ‘rapid’ moves to enjoy chess
squashing the likes of Carlsen, Kramnik and Aronian. Since then however he has been playing only the regular time controls. Will he be changing gears, to cope with the change in format? "Well I am not thinking too much on those lines," says Anand.
Chess King falls behind in contest for crown
"The only problem that I think Anand is facing is that he - this is just my opinion - is somewhat intimidated by Carlsen," Kramnik said. "He is playing unconfidently against him - he's scared of him, I would say."