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Kramnik wins the 2013 FIDE World Cup
01/09/2013 CET

Vladimir Kramnik outlasted 128 of the best players in the world to become the 2013 champion of the FIDE World Chess Cup, an elite tournament held in Tromos (Norway) during the summer month of August, which is an integral part of the 2012-2014 World Championship Cycle. With this outstanding victory, Kramnik clinches one of the eight spots of the 2014 Candidates tournament, the winner of which will face Anand or Carlsen for the World Championship Click here for more ...

Candidates tournament: Kramnik shares first after a brilliant performance and unlucky finish.
04/03/2013 CET

The FIDE World Chess Championship Candidates took place in London 15th March to 1st April 2013. 14 Rounds 8 players in a double round robin Click here for more ...

Sensational performance by Kramnik at the London Chess Classic
10/12/2012 CET

Kramnik finished second, unbeaten, with 4 wins and 4 draws, showing a remarkable concept which translated into several brilliant victories. Click here for more ...

Caruana wins Dortmund
23/07/2012 CET

The Sparkassen Chess-Meeting took place in Dortmund 13th-22nd July 2012. Fabiano Caruana won the event on tie-break (more wins) from Sergey Karjakin after both scored 6/9. Click here for more ...

Magnus Carlsen wins the Tal Memorial 2012
19/06/2012 CET

Vladimir Kramnik reached fourth place in the final standings. The 7th Tal Memorial has been a very interesting and enthralling event. Click here for more ...

Kramnik and Aronian draw their match in Zurich
29/04/2012 CET

The Zurich Chess Challenge between the numbers 2 and 3 of the World ranking, Levon Aronian (Armenia) and Vladimir Kramnik (Russia), ended in a 3:3 tie. In the final game the two players again showed a brilliant fight. Aronian took the initiative but later on again overestimated his chances. Click here for more ...

Kramnik wins the London Chess Classic
12/12/2011 CET

Vladimir Kramnik took clear first place in the 3rd London Chess Classic. Kramnik beat the four English players and drew with the rest Click here for more ...

Carlsen and Aronian win the Tal Memorial
25/11/2011 CET

This remarkable event was a ten-player round robin event, and took place from November 16th to 25th in Moscow, Russia Click here for more ...

Kramnik wins Hoogoven by 1.5 points
22/10/2011 CET

He produced a remarkable 2903 performance which sends him back to the 2800 Club where at the moment only 3 other players belong Click here for more ...

Kramnik takes second at the Botvinnik Memorial 2011
03/09/2011 CET

The participants of Men’s section were Viswanthan Anand, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian and Vladimir Kramnik. Click here for more ...

64th Russian Championship Super Final
15/08/2011 CET

The 64th Russian Championship Super Final took place in Moscow from 8th-15th August 2011. Svidler was the tournament winner with 5 points from 7 rounds, followed by Morozevich as a clear second with 4.5/7.  Click here for more ...

Kramnik wins Dortmund with 2868 performance
31/07/2011 CET

The 39th Dortmund Chess Meeting took place 21st-31st July 2011. Kramnik took clear first place with 7/10, well ahead of Le Quanq who took second with 5.5/10  Click here for more ...

FIDE Candidates: Gelfands is the new challenger
25/05/2011 CET

The Candidates Matches were held in Kazan, Rusia, 6-25 May 2011. Grischuk and Gelfand played the final match to determine the challenger to face Vishy Anand next year. The first five games were drawn, until Gelfand won the decisive game to claim final victory.  Click here for more ...

Aronian wins the last Melody Amber
24/03/2011 CET

The armenian grandmaster took clear first, one full point ahead of Magnus Carlsen. World Champion V.Anand took third. Click here for more ...

Nakamura wins the 73rd Tata Steel Tournament in Wijk aan Zee
30/01/2011 CET

The US grandmaster took clear first, half point ahead of World Champion V.Anand. Kramnik took 5th tied with French GM Vachier-Lagrave Click here for more ...

Carlsen won the London Chess Classic
15/12/2010 CET

The second London Chess Classic event took place from Dec 6th to 15th 2010, in London, England. It was a seven-round round-robin event with an average rating of 2724, led by Anand, Carlsen, Kramnik and Nakamura, plus four british players, Adams, Short, McShane and Howell  Click here for more ...

Karjakin and Aronian win the Tal Memorial!
14/11/2010 CET

The 5th Tal Memorial took place from November 5th to November 14th, in Moscow, Russia. According to the official tiebreak rules, Aronian and Karjakin shared the title, while Kramnik took 7th place with 50%. Click here for more ...

Kramnik wins Bilbao!
15/10/2010 CET

The Bilbao Masters Final took place October 9th-15th 2010, a four player double round robin event. The participants were Magnus Carlsen, Viswanathan Anand, Vladimir Kramnik and Alexei Shirov  Click here for more ...

Shirov wins Shanghai. Kramnik takes second to qualify to Bilbao
08/09/2010 CET

The Shanghai Masters took place 3rd-8th September 2010 Click here for more ...

Ponomariov wins Dortmund
25/07/2010 CET

The event took place July 15th-25th. Kramnik shared third place with Mamedyarov Click here for more ...

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