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- 16 November 2020
Kolkata, November 11, 2020: Keeping in view the health and safety of all concerned during the current COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 edition of Tata Steel Chess India Rapid and Blitz…
- 26 November 2019
At the end of another exciting day of chess, Magnus Carlsen was crowned the winner of the 2019 Tata Steel Chess India Rapid and Blitz. Despite starting the day under the weather,…
- 25 November 2019
After 9 rounds of blitz, chess fans got to witness some dramatic and electrifying games. Tournament leader Magnus Carlsen continued to show his dominance over the field by scoring…
- 24 November 2019
The rapid portion of the Tata Steel Chess India Rapid and Blitz concluded in day 3 with reigning World Champion Magnus Carlsen extending his lead even further over the competition…
- 23 November 2019
For World Champion Magnus Carlsen and India #1 Viswanathan Anand, day two began not on the chess board, but at Eden Gardens for the Cricket Test Match between India and Bangladesh…
- 22 November 2019
The final leg of the 2019 Grand Chess Tour regular season kicked off today at the National Library in Kolkata, India. Over five days (November 22-26), ten of the world’s top chess…
- 15 November 2018
By Peter Doggers for chess.com Viswanathan Anand won the Tata Steel Chess India blitz tournament in Kolkata. "It was just the most magical day," said the Indian superstar, who…
- 14 November 2018
Viswanathan Anand has won the Tata Steel Chess India Blitz Tournament after beating Hikaru Nakamura in an exciting final. The Indian won on home soil with 1.5-0.5. More…
- 13 November 2018
By Peter Doggers for chess.com After winning the rapid, Hikaru Nakamura has good chances to also take the first prize at the blitz part of the Tata Steel Chess India tournament…
- 13 November 2018
After his tournament victory in the rapid tournament, Hikaru Nakamura is also on a roll in the blitz. After 9 rounds the American leads with 6.5 out of 9, followed by Wesley So…
- 12 November 2018
By Peter Doggers for chess.com Hikaru Nakamura won the rapid part of the inaugural  Tata Steel Chess India tournament in Kolkata. The American grandmaster scored 1.5 on the final…

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