Chess Championship

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Shen Yang (chess Player) - Career
... won the U-12 Girls section of the World Youth Chess Championship in Spain ... A notable game occurred in the World Team Chess Championship, held in Beersheba, Israel on October–November 2005, where Shen - then rated 2326 - managed to defeat 2652-rated Russian GM ... In the May–June 2006 37th Chess Olympiad in Turin she was part of the Chinese team that came third in the Women's section ...
Laura Rogule
... Laura Rogule (5 February 1988, Riga) is a Latvian chess player who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster ... She won the Latvian Chess Championship for women in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 ... In 2002 she won the World Girls Under-14 Championship ...
Le Quang Liem - Chess Career
2008, he won the 1st Dragon Capital Vietnam chess open with 7/9 ... In September 2009, he won the 4th Kolkata Open Chess Tournament ahead of 13 higher-rated players ... Open with 7/9, earning him an invitation to the Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting ...
Tal Shaked
... (born February 5, 1978 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA) is an American chess grandmaster, who is best known for winning the World Junior Championship in 1997 ... As a junior, Shaked won several national scholastic championships, including the 1987 National Primary Championship, the 1990 National Elementary Championship, the 1991 National K-8 ... Cadet (under 16) Championship, and the 1995 U.S ...
Chess Software - Chronology
... The idea of creating a chess-playing machine dates back to the eighteenth century ... Around 1769, the chess playing automaton called The Turk became famous before being exposed as a hoax ... Ajedrecista of 1912, were too complex and limited to be useful for playing full games of chess ...

Famous quotes containing the word chess:

    The sailor is frankness, the landsman is finesse. Life is not a game with the sailor, demanding the long head—no intricate game of chess where few moves are made in straight-forwardness and ends are attained by indirection, an oblique, tedious, barren game hardly worth that poor candle burnt out in playing it.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)