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"Try that on a jury," quips former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
The chess champ and dissident sounds the gong again on Vladimir Putin's manipulation of U.S. democracy.
"Someone tell CNN that their site has been hacked by the North Korean propaganda ministry," tweeted Russian chess legend Garry Kasparov.
Garry Kasparov wants people to stop comparing politics to chess.
This position appeared in the game for the second time and Black again gave the wrong check. 59...Qc1+? A draw is achieved
This official table gives mistakenly Vladimir Kramnik as a wild card. He didn't play in Saint Louis because of health reasons
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His childhood was harsh; his career difficult. But he spent almost half of his life in the West, able to taste liberty even before the Soviet Union fell. Viktor Korchnoi is one more reminder of the manifold injustices of totalitarian communism.
Caruana,Fabiano - Carlsen,Magnus GCT Blitz, Leuven 2016 Players' images by Lennart Ootes The mating patterns and combinations
Wesley So won a spectacular blitz game at the Ultimate Blitz Challenge in the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis last Friday. It was power chess with hard to see threats and surprising sacrifices.
Nakamura reached out his hand and gripped his king. Suddenly, his hand trembled and he yanked it backwards. "He touched the king! He touched the king!" Gasped the official commentators, grandmasters Evgeny Miroshnichenko and Alexandra Kosteniuk. "He needs to move it!"
Our world increasingly depends on elaborate networks like electric power grids and globally dispersed manufacturing. Unless these networks are highly resilient, their benefits could be outweighed by catastrophic breakdowns.
Liberals from other nations will continue to lobby Washington to advance their home countries' interests. No surprise there. But they shouldn't complain if American liberals choose priceless domestic peace and prosperity over costly international charity and conflict.
The world chess champion Magnus Carlsen won the Chess Grand Tour, a three tournaments bonanza played in Norway, the USA and England, and involving the world's best players.
In the ratings war, the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen, 24, and the top Armenian grandmaster Levon Aronian, 33, looked like brothers in arms, occupying the first two places for some years. But this year they both hit the wall.
Levon Aronian won the third Sinquefield Cup, the second leg of the recently established Grand Chess Tour. The top Armenian grandmaster finished a full point ahead of a group led by the world champion Magnus Carlsen and the U.S. champion Hikaru Nakamura.