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15/02/2019 Stanley Kubrick and chess
13/02/2019 Chess, a sport candidate in the Olympic Games of Paris 2024
12/02/2019 Colossal battle in the TCEC
09/02/2019 Kramnik on retirement & life after chess
08/02/2019 72-hour Banterthon starts Sunday
07/02/2019 Cairns Cup 1: A fighting start
06/02/2019 Inaugural Cairns Cup starts in Saint Louis
05/02/2019 Grand Chess Tour grows to 4 continents, $1.75m
05/02/2019 Stapjestoernooi Mortsel
03/02/2019 Giri on Kramnik's retirement, Tata Steel & more
01/02/2019 Magnus Carlsen: “I’m living a lie!”
01/02/2019 Artemiev & Tan Zhongyi win Gibraltar Masters
31/01/2019 Gib Masters 9: Artemiev leads as Lev & Naka fail
30/01/2019 Gibraltar Masters 4-8: Artemiev shines
29/01/2019 Vladimir Kramnik quits chess at 43
28/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 13: Carlsen’s Magnificent Seven
27/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 12: A Carlsen-Giri showdown
26/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 11: Shankland commits hara-Giri
25/01/2019 Gibraltar Masters 1-3: No easy games
24/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 10: Vintage Carlsen beats Anand
23/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 9: Nepo catches Magnus and Vishy
22/01/2019 Aronian & co. in action as Gibraltar Masters begins
21/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 8: Carlsen & Anand take the lead
20/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 7: Insane chess
19/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 6: Carlsen and Giri hit the front
17/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 5: Magnus breaks the streak
16/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 4: Giri and Vidit win
15/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 3: Nepo beats Kramnik to lead
14/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 2: The Dutch strike back
14/01/2019 Schoolschaaktoernooi Sint-Pietersinstituut Turnhout
13/01/2019 Tata Steel 2019, 1: Nepo & Anand snatch early lead
10/01/2019 Big Swiss open to decide a 2020 Candidates spot
10/01/2019 Tata Steel Chess 2019 Preview
09/01/2019 Antwerpen Schaakt 2019
08/01/2019 Tal's last game
04/01/2019 2019 Chess Calendar
31/12/2018 Carlsen & Lagno end 2018 as World Blitz Champions
29/12/2018 World Rapid 3: Dubov & Ju Wenjun take gold
28/12/2018 World Rapid 2: Seven leaders as Magnus lurks
27/12/2018 World Rapid 1: Magnus suffers as Firouzja shines