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FABIANO Caruana lost narrowly to Magnus Carlsen in last Sunday’s Clutch Chess International final. The world number two inflicted four defeats on the world champion in 12 games; Carlsen won five games and three were drawn. The match was played online at a fast time limit of 10 minutes plus

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Mind Master - Viswanathan Anand
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Mind Master – Viswanathan AnandWinning Lessons from a Champion’s LifeFew people know better than Viswanathan Anand how to tackle the gravest obstacles and overcome the toughest odds. From the time he learnt to move pieces on a chess board as a six-year-old, Vishy – as Anand is fondly known –

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Sultan Khan: Chess Champion of the British Empire by Daniel King
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Sultan Khan: Chess Champion of the British Empire by Daniel KingThe fascinating story of a humble Indian servant who stunned the chess world. Hardly anyone paid attention when Sultan Khan arrived in London on April 26, 1929. A humble servant from a village in the Punjab, Khan had little formal education

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Millennium Chess Genius Exclusive Chess Computer
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Millennium Chess Genius Exclusive Chess Computer The elegant chess computer with piece recognition, made from real wood Playing strength > 2300 ELO! The new Chess Genius Exclusive is a handmade, elegant wooden sensory board with a size of approximately 40 x 40 x 2 cm, with 81 LEDs as move

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MILLENNIUM ChessGenius Chess Computer
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MILLENNIUM ChessGenius Chess Computer The chess computer for tournament and club players! The MILLENNIUM ChessGenius utilises the ten time world computer champion, Chess Genius, created by Richard Lang. Unlike, other chess computers on the market the Millennium Chess Genius plays to a strong club playing standard (approximately 175 ECF /2000 Elo). A

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