Internationaal schaaknieuws

18/12/2018 7 conclusions from the 2018 Grand Chess Tour
17/12/2018 Carlsen: “I don’t understand why arrogance is considered a bad thing”
17/12/2018 Grand Chess Tour comes down to rapid and blitz
14/12/2018 Nakamura and MVL reach Grand Chess Tour final
12/12/2018 Carlsen on the World Championship format & more
12/12/2018 London GCT Final 1: Caruana can’t catch Carlsen
10/12/2018 Caruana back in action for the London Chess Classic
09/12/2018 Ligakampioenschap ronde 2
06/12/2018 AlphaZero really is that good
04/12/2018 Magnus blogs about winning title no. 4
04/12/2018 Svidler on the Carlsen-Caruana match
30/11/2018 AlphaZero on Carlsen-Caruana Games 9-12
29/11/2018 Magnus Carlsen wins 4th World Chess Championship
27/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 12: Magnus stakes all on tiebreaks
26/11/2018 Ju Wenjun retains her World Championship title
25/11/2018 Ligakampioenschap van start!
25/11/2018 Provinciaal Schoolschaak kampioenschap
25/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 11: Cold, hard facts
24/11/2018 AlphaZero on Carlsen-Caruana Games 1-8
23/11/2018 Jeugdkampioenschap Liga Antwerpen
23/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 10: Too much at stake
22/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 9: Injured pride
20/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 8: Fabi lets another chance slip
19/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 7: Magnus “way too soft”
18/11/2018 Lagno to battle Ju Wenjun for women’s title
17/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 6: Fabi close in 80-move thriller
16/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 5: Magnus can't match his idol
15/11/2018 Vishy! MVL! Abdumalik!
14/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 4: Prep, lies and videotape
13/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 3: Fabi squanders opening edge
12/11/2018 Ding 100 & out, Naka wins in Kolkata & more
11/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 2: Full grovel mode
10/11/2018 Carlsen-Caruana 1: Magnus lets Fabi off the hook
09/11/2018 Khanty WWCh R2: More stars fall
08/11/2018 Carlsen & Caruana true to form in press opener
08/11/2018 Ding moves to 99 as Chinese stars strike
08/11/2018 10de open kerstschaktornooi Turnhout
07/11/2018 Grischuk & Giri join our Carlsen-Caruana show
06/11/2018 Khanty WWCh R1: Favourites fall to youngsters
04/11/2018 Ding Liren follows in Tal’s footsteps