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11/1/2017 – Never has the Top Ten looked so crowded with so little to separate one from the other. In fact, every single player has been world number two at least once, if only for a day. One constant has re-established itself, and that is Magnus Carlsen's domination, as he opened the gap to 36 Elo points after a win at the ...
Bulgaria's Ivan Cheparinov grabbed the title at Gibraltar's Tradewise Chess Festival, one of the world's strongest open tournaments. In the final of the event, which had attracted 256 different players including over 60 grand masters, the Bulgarian faced off and defeated Russia's Nikita Vitiugov (1.5:0.5 ...

0 Comments. 1/22/2008 – After his opponent had refused to shake hands at the start of their round eight game Nigel Short was awarded the full point by the arbiter. The Appeals Committee decided to give Ivan Cheparinov a chance to repair the damage with an apology, and the game was rescheduled for the free day.
A game Sunday between Nigel Short of England and Ivan Cheparinov of Bulgaria in the B section of the Corus tournament in the Netherlands ended in a forfeit win for Short after Cheparinov refused to shake Short's hand at the start of the game. According to a report on Chessbase.com, Short immediately ...
1/21/2008 – In the B Group Nigel Short offered his opponent Ivan Cheparinov the traditional handshake, which was twice refused. Short protested, the arbiters defaulted Cheparinov, whose manager Silvio Danailov lodged a protest. The Appeals Committee decided the game should be replayed after an apology.
... 5.5); Abhijeet Gupta (6) beat Vassily Ivanchuk (Ukr, 5); S L Narayanan (5.5) drew with Duda Jan-Krzysztof (Pol, 5.5); Michael Adams (Eng, 5.5) drew with Sandipan Chanda (5.5); S P Sethuraman (6) beat R Praggnanandhaa (5); Victor Mikhalevski (Isr, 5.5) beat P Harikrishna (4.5); Ivan Cheparinov (Bul, ...

11/1/2017 – Never has the Top Ten looked so crowded with so little to separate one from the other. In fact, every single player has been world number two at least once, if only for a day. One constant has re-established itself, and that is Magnus Carlsen's domination, as he opened the gap to 36 Elo points after a win at the ...
Bulgaria's Ivan Cheparinov grabbed the title at Gibraltar's Tradewise Chess Festival, one of the world's strongest open tournaments. In the final of the event, which had attracted 256 different players including over 60 grand masters, the Bulgarian faced off and defeated Russia's Nikita Vitiugov (1.5:0.5 ...
0 Comments. 1/22/2008 – After his opponent had refused to shake hands at the start of their round eight game Nigel Short was awarded the full point by the arbiter. The Appeals Committee decided to give Ivan Cheparinov a chance to repair the damage with an apology, and the game was rescheduled for the free day.
A game Sunday between Nigel Short of England and Ivan Cheparinov of Bulgaria in the B section of the Corus tournament in the Netherlands ended in a forfeit win for Short after Cheparinov refused to shake Short's hand at the start of the game. According to a report on Chessbase.com, Short immediately ...
1/21/2008 – In the B Group Nigel Short offered his opponent Ivan Cheparinov the traditional handshake, which was twice refused. Short protested, the arbiters defaulted Cheparinov, whose manager Silvio Danailov lodged a protest. The Appeals Committee decided the game should be replayed after an apology.
PanARMENIAN.Net - Three rounds have been completed at the European Individual Chess Championship 2017 in Minsk, with 9 players in the lead with maximum scores. GMs Artashes Minasian, Vladimir Fedoseev, Ivan Cheparinov, Daniel Fridman, Sergei Azarov, Maxim Rodshtein, Yuriy Kuzubov, Pavel ...
0 Comments. 1/22/2008 – After his opponent had refused to shake hands at the start of their round eight game Nigel Short was awarded the full point by the arbiter. The Appeals Committee decided to give Ivan Cheparinov a chance to repair the damage with an apology, and the game was rescheduled for the free day.
A game Sunday between Nigel Short of England and Ivan Cheparinov of Bulgaria in the B section of the Corus tournament in the Netherlands ended in a forfeit win for Short after Cheparinov refused to shake Short's hand at the start of the game. According to a report on Chessbase.com, Short immediately ...
1/21/2008 – In the B Group Nigel Short offered his opponent Ivan Cheparinov the traditional handshake, which was twice refused. Short protested, the arbiters defaulted Cheparinov, whose manager Silvio Danailov lodged a protest. The Appeals Committee decided the game should be replayed after an apology.
8-13. Vidit Santosh Gujrathi IND 2643, Levon Aronian ARM 2770, Leinier Dominguez Perez CUB 2803, Nguyen Ngoc Truongson VIE 2685, Farrukh Amonatov TJK 2693, Ivan Cheparinov BUL 2699, 9.5/15 14-22. Anton Korobov UKR 2714, Li Chao CHN ...
... Alexander Grischuk or Russia, Anand, Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia, all with six points, Chao Li of China, Santosh Gujrathi Vidit of India, Xiangzhi Bu of China, Carlsen, Vladislav Artemiev of Russia, Ivan Cheparinov of Bulgaria, and Villagra ...

Now Ivanchuk owns five points and surpasses by far Almasi, Bulgarian Ivan Cheparinov and the also Ukrainian Yuriy Kryvoruchko, who all total 3.5.
Havana, Cuba, Jun 16.-All matches of the seventh round in the Capablanca Memorial Chess Tournament Elite Group finished in draw, but the same didn't happen in the Premier, although leaders of both pooles were ratified.
Ivanchuk totals four units in five outings and clearly tops the standings over his compatriot Yuriy Krivoruchko (2682), Bulgarian Ivan Cheparinov (2687) and Hungarian Zoltan Almasi (2688), all with 2.5 points, while Lenier and the also host Lazaro ...
Imagen de muestra 13 de junio de 2016, 13:24Havana, Jun 13 (Prensa Latina) Ukrainian Great Chess Master, Vasily Ivanchuk, who is still undefeated in the chess tournament, Elite Group of the Capablanca in Memoriam, which is held in Varadero, Matanzas, ...
For his part, Almasi (2,688 points of Elo), the tournament's champion in 2013, will play today against Ukrainian player Yuri Kryvoruchko (2,682 points), who won on Friday against Bulgarian player Ivan Cheparinov (2,687 points) after 46 moves of a ...
6-26. Radoslaw Wojtaszek POL 2722, Kacper Piorun POL 2681, Laurent Fressinet FRA 2692, Aleksey Goganov RUS 2600, Daniil Dubov RUS 2644, Nikita Vitiugov RUS 2721, Ivan Cheparinov BUL 2685, Evgeniy Najer RUS 2681, Robert Hovhannisyan ...
6-26. Radoslaw Wojtaszek POL 2722, Kacper Piorun POL 2681, Laurent Fressinet FRA 2692, Aleksey Goganov RUS 2600, Daniil Dubov RUS 2644, Nikita Vitiugov RUS 2721, Ivan Cheparinov BUL 2685, Evgeniy Najer RUS 2681, Robert Hovhannisyan ...


 

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