Check, and not mates: Magnus Carlsen's cheat charge rocks the chess world
World champion Magnus Carlsen has accused Hans Niemann of cheating and feels the American teenager's over-the-board progress is unusual.
Chess No. 1 Carlsen accuses rival of cheating
World chess champion Magnus Carlsen said on Monday he believes Hans Niemann has "cheated more -- and more recently -- than he has publicly admitted" and that he no longer wants to play against the American.
Praggnanandhaa beats Carlsen in final round, finishes second in FTX Crypto Cup
R Praggnanandhaa earned a win over eventual champion Magnus Carlsen to finish second at the FTX Crypto Cup. This is the third time he's beaten Carlsen in 2022.
Chess: Viswanathan Anand elected FIDE deputy president
Incumbent president Arkady Dvorkovich was re-elected for a second term and Anand was in his team.
The magic of Magnus: At the Chess Olympiad, everything and everyone stops for the king
From football to chess, Magnus Carlsen's got the moves.
From Malta, Djibouti and Iraq, Chess Olympiad brings the global family to the board
With 2000 players from 187 countries, Chennai's Chess Olympiad has truly become a global event
Chennai, India's chess capital, welcomes the world (and Carlsen)
Chennai hosts the 44th Chess Olympiad, beginning on Thursday with 2000 players from 188 countries
Meet Thambi, the mascot of Chess Olympiad 2022
Thambi is attracting a lot of attention. Stickers of him are plastered on buses in Chennai and his hoardings are all over the city.
Anand beats Carlsen in blitz event of Norway Chess, finishes fourth
Anand's win over Carlsen comes close on the heels of compatriot and teen sensation R Praggnandhaa defeating the Norwegian world champion in an online blitz tournament recently.
Praggnanandhaa - Student by day, world-beating chess star by night
This past week, Praggnanandhaa had been studying for (and appearing in) his 11th standard exams in the mornings and then beating some of the best players in the world in the evenings. Including the best: Magnus Carlsen.
Chess Olympiad: Anand to mentor India, hosts to field two teams
Viswanathan Anand, who decided against playing in Chennai, will be involved the mentor of the Indian teams
I see myself as an advisor, not administrator - Anand on possible future role with FIDE
The former world champion is slowly transitioning from strictly being a player to dabbling in a wider variety of roles.
India to host 2022 Chess Olympiad from July 28 to August 10
The 94th FIDE Congress will be organised by the All India Chess Federation in Chennai from July 31 to August 9, with August 7 as the date for FIDE elections.
Ash Barty to Michael Jordan - elite athletes retiring at their peak
A list of athletes who retired on their terms, at their peak, much like Ashleigh Barty did on Wednesday.
India confirmed as 2022 Chess Olympiad hosts: All you need to know
The 'World Cup of Chess' will take place in Chennai in July-August this year.
Indian chess IM Anwesh back home after surviving 'traumatic' experience in Ukraine
"Of course we're glad to have escaped," says Anwesh. "But Ukraine isn't a place we can cut off from our minds."
Indian IM in Ukraine manages to reach Poland
The chess International Master went through the uncrowded Dołhobyczów-Uhryniv border and is now headed to Warsaw.
Indian IM in Ukraine manages to flee Kyiv in packed train
Anwesh Upadhyaya arrived in Lviv, around 70 kilometers from the Polish border early on Tuesday.
Indian chess IM in Ukraine is safe in Kyiv but faces tough call on trek to border
The 30-year-old is a resident doctor in a city hospital and moved to Ukraine in 2012 to have better chess tournament opportunities.
India offers to host chess Olympiad after Russia removed
Fide's move came after mounting pressure from players and commentators to not hold any chess events in Russia following the military action in Ukraine.
'I don't know what to expect anymore': Alone in his Kyiv apartment, Indian chess IM faces uncertain future
Anwesh Upadhyaya, 30, is a resident doctor and International Master who moved to Ukraine to have better tournament opportunities.
Airthings Masters: Praggnanandhaa misses out on quarterfinals after finishing 11th
Praggnanandhaa scored five wins from 15 rounds, drew four games and lost six.
Praggnanandhaa, 16, becomes only third Indian to beat Carlsen in stunning upset
The 16-year-old beat Carlsen at the Airthings Masters, a 16-player online rapid tournament.
Harika among women chess players targeted by sexually abusive mails
The incidents span more than ten years and at least 15 victims; issue is being investigated by Latvian police.
Arjun Erigaisi: Chess' newest breakout player
Eighteen-year-old Arjun has won two Tata Steel events in two continents, broken into the top 100, and is hoping to catch a sponsor's eye.
John Brewin reviews the eight matches that ultimately doomed Louis van Gaal's tenure as manager at Manchester United.
South African fast bowler Kyle Abbott brags about his angling skills, and confesses to bullying Australians in the Kings XI dressing room
The sport and media landscape has changed so much that we may never have definitive voices like his ever again