Liga de Campeones
Vitoria Gasteiz, Spain
Players: Judit Polgar, Ponomariov, Karpov, Topalov, Kasimdzhanov, and Nisipeanu (replacing Khalifman). Discussion forum now open. New games will be uploaded as they become available.
Players: Ivanchuk, Kramnik, Leko, Mamedyarov, Shirov, Gelfand, Kamsky, Alekseev, Carlsen, Jakovenko.
USSR vs Yugoslavia Match
The countries don't exist, but the players do: Korchnoi, Taimanov, Averbahk, Balashov, Fatalibekova, Matanovic, Ivkov, Velimirovich, Lazarevic, and Gligoric. Discussion forum now open.
European Team Chess Championships Tournament
Oct 27-Nov 7
European Team Chess Championships Tournament (Women)
Oct 27-Nov 7
Ivanchuk - Leko Rapid Tournament
Ivanchuk wins the match in the tiebreaks.
Calvia Chess Festival: CECLUB Finals
Calvia, Mallorca (Spain)
Linex Magic (Shirov, Adams, Sublevsky, Sargissian, Cheparinov, Perez-Candelario) claims the Spanish CECLUB title.
Casino de Barcelona
Hikaru Nakamura wins with 7/9, a clear point ahead of Dominguez-Perez.
Bilbao Blindfold Chess World Cup
Bu Xiangzhi defeats Topalov, Carlsen, Polgar, Karjakin, and Harikrishna, with his eyes closed!
11th Essent Chess Tournament
Mamedyarov won the event on 4.5/6.
Eltaj Safarli wins with 7/9.
World Junior Championship
Ahmed Adly wins with 10/13.
World Junior Championship (Girls)
Vera Nebolsina wins with 10/13.
European Club Cup
Linux Magic won the cup.
European Club Cup (Women)
Cercle d'Echecs wins the women's cup.
FIDE World Championship Tournament
Mexico City, Mexico
Undefeated "Vishy" Anand finishes with 9/14 and claims the title of World Chess Champion.
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