Wednesday, October 13, 2010

London Chess Classic :The Telegraph

The London Chess Classic 2010 runs from December 8-15 at the Olympia Conference Centre in Kensington.

London Chess Classic latest

Category 19 and rising

The London Chess Classic is currently FIDE category nineteen with the players having an average rating of just over 2720 if one uses the Live Rating list.
12 Jun 2010

Chess is coming home

I am delighted to announce that the 2nd London Chess Classic will be held at the Olympia Conference Centre from December 8th to 15th.
05 Jun 2010

Marshall law in London

David Howell’s performance at the London Chess Classic was easily the best of his career and for the first time he demonstrated a solidity that is often required at the top level.
18 Dec 2009

Bomb disposal in London

The best game prize at the London Chess Classic was €10,000, a record, and the panel of GMs Jon Speelman, GM Jonathan Rowson and GM John Nunn awarded it to Luke McShane for his remarkable victory with the black pieces over the US champion Hikaru Nakamura.
18 Dec 2009

Magnus Carlsen claims classic

A tremendous finish to the London Chess Classic saw the world number one Magnus Carlsen take the €25,000 first prize after a last round that kept the spectators on the edge their seats.
17 Dec 2009

Up for grabs

Only World number one Magnus Carlsen and the 14th world champion Vladimir Kramnik can secure the 25,000 € first prize as the London Chess Classic climaxes with the seventh round at Olympia.
15 Dec 2009

Wild win for Luke McShane

Magnus Carlsen increased his lead with victory over Ni Hua but the fifth round of the London Chess Classic was a great day for English chess as David Howell held former world champion Vladimir Kramnik to a draw and Luke McShane defeated the US champion Hikaru Nakamura.
15 Dec 2009

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