Sinquefield Levon Aronian

Armenia’s Levon Aronian Claims the 2105 Sinquefield Chess Title Vishi Anand Finishes 8th

 September 4, 2015   R K Gupta

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After 9 rounds, Levon Aronian of Armenia finished at the top with 6 points. That gave him the sole leadership in the tournament as he emerged as the unquestioned champion. There was a possibility of the tie, while world champion Magnus Carlsen played his ninth round against Indian grandmaster and five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand. […]

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Anand Draws Again in Sinquefield Carlsen Loses to Grischuk Aronian Leads After Round-7

 August 31, 2015   R K Gupta

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With two rounds left in 2015 Sinquefield Chess tournament, the fifth consecutive draw for Indian Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand has only ensured that he cannot win now. By losing the first and second Rounds, Vishy Anand had weakened his position considerably and in not being able to force a single victory so far, he will continue […]

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After 6 Rounds in Sinquefield Chess Magnus Carlsen & Levon Aronian Are Still Joint Leaders

 August 30, 2015   R K Gupta

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Magnus Carlsen and Levon Aronian were the joint leaders after Round-5 before Friday’s break in the Sinquefield Chess tournament at Missouri USA. In Round-6, they played against each other and settled for a draw. That means; before the start of the seventh round, the two are still the joint leaders with 4 points each. India’s […]

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Sinquefield Chess

Anand Draws Again But Carlsen Topples Topalov From Top Spot in Sinquefield Chess

 August 29, 2015   R K Gupta

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At the end of round five, the Sinquefiled Chess Tournament became a tight race after 10th placed Fabiano Caruna defeated round-4 leader Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria. Topalov had a dream start against Caruna but the Italian turned the tables on him to register his first win. Also with Magnus Carlsen winning one more game, Topalov […]

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Vishy Anand

Vishy Anand Loses in First Two Rounds before Drawing in Next Two at Sinquefield Chess

 August 28, 2015   R K Gupta

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World no.2 and five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand of India opened his 2015 Sinquefield Cup campaign on a disastrous note. In the first round on August 23, 2015, the Indian lost to USA’s Hikaru Nakamura and next day he suffered his second consecutive defeat in the tournament against Russia’s Alexander Grischuk. In the next round […]

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