Chess World Cup
The Chess World Cup, also known as FIDE World Cup, is the major chess event organised by FIDE. It is held every two years. It was first organised in 1988 by GMA. From 2000, FIDE started organizing it. 128-player participates in this single-elimination chess tournament. The final usually has 4 games before the tiebreak starts.
22 Jul 2019
In an interesting development, former world champion and legend Vladimir Kramnik will train six Indian chess players in Geneva from August 14 to 25.
10 Aug 2018
One of the greatest chess players ever, Vishwanathan Anand has won everything a player can think of.
21 Dec 2017
The world of chess has been left stunned after the FIDE 2018 World Chess Championship unveiled its logo. It looks like a 'Kama Sutra' logo, at best.
08 Sep 2017
On Thursday, Canadian World No. 109 Anton Kovalyov knocked out Indian chess mastermind Vishwanathan Anand in the second round of the World Cup in Tbilisi, Georgia.
06 Sep 2017
On Monday, chess mastermind Viswanathan Anand secured his place in the second round by holding Malaysia's Li Tian Yeoh to a draw at the ongoing Chess World Cup in Tbilisi.
02 Sep 2017
They say, 'When the going gets tough, the tough get going.'
22 Jul 2017
Former chess world champion Viswanathan Anand is taking some time off as he wants to to focus on the next month's Rapid & Blitz Chess tournament in St Louis.