King's Indian Defence (part 2)

King’s Indian Defence (part 2)

The King’s Indian Defence is a common chess opening. It arises after the moves: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 Black intends to follow up …
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Sasikiran - Negi

Sasikiran – Negi

Sasikiran and Negi are the two top Indian chess talents. Here is their game from AAI chess tournament
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Fabiano Caruana - Viktor Laznicka

Fabiano Caruana – Viktor Laznicka

Analysed game from the AAI tournament, Fabiano Caruana and Viktor Laznicka.
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Three Indians amongst amongst 6 Joint leaders at Commonwealth Chess

Three Indians amongst amongst 6 Joint leaders at Commonwealth Chess

Three Indians Harika, Laxman and Sahej Joins Gawain in the leadership battle after Round 8 of the Commonwealth Chess Championship The best warched and sought …
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Commonwealth Chess R 7

Commonwealth Chess R 7

Many Indians are in the reckoning for the top places at the ongoing Commonwealth Chess Championship being played at Johannesburg in South Africa. Top Seed …
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