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Anand Draws With White, Trails 4.5 – 5.5
World chess champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway defended well and drew Viswanathan Anand with the black pieces in a rook ending after 32 moves at Sochi, Russia on November 21, 2014. Carlsen leads the series 5.5-4.5 and two games remain to be played. Anand kept the chances alive with mid-way through but quieter alternatives on turn 24 and 25 allowed black to equalise and walk away with a draw in a double rooks and pawn ending. Saturday is a rest day.
Anand Draws Game Nine With Ease
World champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway obtained nothing with the white side against the Ruy Lopez, Berlin variation and drew in 20 moves against Viswanathan Anand by perpetual checks. The score stands at 5-4 in favour of Carlsen. In the last three games, Anand plays two white games and needs to win both to regain his title he lost at home in Chennai last year.
Carlsen Draws Anand With Ease In Game Eight
World champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway revealed strong preparation with the black pieces to hold challenger Viswanathan Anand to a quick draw in the eighth match at Sochi, Russia on Tuesday. Carlsen leads 4.5-3.5 with Wednesday being a rest day. Four games remain to be played. Two-third of this match has gone down in history. The champion Magnus Carlsen holds a slender 4.5-3.5 lead with four game still to be played. Many of the games were thoroughly fought until a clear verdict is on the table. Carlsen might be considered boring but playing out these equal positions can push some players to blunder material or lose the positional grip and so on.
Anand Draws In 122 Moves, Carlsen Leads 4-3
Game seven was drawn after 122 marathon moves, the second longest world championship game in history. This one lasted six hours and 25 minutes, only shorter than Korchnoi-Karpov, 1978 game that lasted 124 moves and ended in a stalemate in Baguio City (Phi). For the first time in the match, Anand played the Berlin variation of the Ruy Lopez with the black pieces. Kramnik had criticised the choice of Anand playing the Sicilian Paulsen that led to his defeat in the previous game.
Lucky Carlsen, Back In Lead 3.5-2.5
In a see-saw sixth game, Magnus Carlsen of Norway blundered his centre pawn on move 26 and the challenger Viswanathan Anand failed to seize the opportunity. A rare event for a world championship match.
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TN State U-14 & U-18 Rapid Chess Championship
22-Nov-2014 to 23-Nov-2014
Bharath Polytechnic College, Manickam Palayam,
Namakkal.

30th RACHEL PARANJOTHY MEMORIAL CHESS TOURNAMENT FOR WOMEN
28-Nov-2014 to 30-Nov-2014
Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai - 600 008

Rajapalayam Sivakasi Round Table State Level Open Tmt
29-Nov-2014 to 30-Nov-2014
Kamarajar Kalayana Mandapam, Railway Feeder Road,
Rajapalayam.

18thTamil Nadu State Open Rapid Chess Championship - 2014
29-Nov-2014 to 30-Nov-2014
Venue:

AST Kalyana Mandapam, Meenakshipuram, Nagercoil

2nd Thangam State Level Children Chess Tmt
29-Nov-2014 to 30-Nov-2014
Thangam Mount Litra Zee School, NH-79, New Attur Bye-pass, Ayothiapatnam, Sale-636 103

National Under - 17 Boys & Girls Chess Championship -2014
02-Dec-2014 to 10-Dec-2014
Patna, Bihar.

Miracle CA State Level Children Chess Tmt
06-Dec-2014 to 07-Dec-2014
NPL Mahal, Bhavani,
Erode

Kamaraj Memorial CC FIDE Rating Chess Tmt-1800
25-Dec-2014 to 28-Dec-2014
Naradhagana Sabha,
Karur.

2nd Arrvindurga Open FIDE Rating Chess Tmt
25-Dec-2014 to 29-Dec-2014
Valluvar Gurukulam,
Tambaram,
Chennai.

Chennai Open Grandmaster Chess Tournament
30-Dec-2014 to 06-Jan-2015
Chennai.

Open FIDE Rating - no Rating restriction
30-Dec-2014 to 03-Jan-2015
Chennai.

Chennai Open FIDE Rating for 1599 & below
04-Jan-2015 to 06-Jan-2015
Chennai.

3rd SVVV TN State Level Children Tmt -2015
10-Jan-2015 to 11-Jan-2015
Sreevatsa Viswanathan Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Chitlapakkam, Chennai-64

VEL's Vidhyashram Children Chess Tmt
17-Jan-2015 to 18-Jan-2015
Vel's Vidhashram,
Jamin Pallavaram, Chennai.

6th AIM All India FIDE Rated Chess Tmt
22-Jan-2015 to 26-Jan-2015
King College of Technology, Namakkal.

Rotary Chess King 2015-All India Open-1600
30-Jan-2015 to 01-Feb-2015
JN Stadium, Chennai.

5th RMT International School Junior Chess Tmt
31-Jan-2015 to 31-Jan-2015
RMT International School,
Thiruvallur Salai, Kumaran Nagar, Semmanacherry Village,
Sholinganallur, Chennai 600119

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