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American 12-year-old boy close to becoming youngest-ever grandmaster
In this week’s puzzle: mate in three, a simple yet tricky classic
Victory in Candidates tournament means the Russian champion will challenge the Norwegian in a €2m, 14-game series in Dubai
Russian champion Nepomniachtchi leads race for €2m world crown challenge to Carlsen
Puzzle: what was Black's winning move against the Russian master?
Puzzle: both sides are attacking — find the winning move for Black
Puzzle: how did the No1 persuade the No2 to resign immediately?
Anish Giri, world No7 from the Netherlands, achieves lifetime best result
Guildford’s record breakers, unbeaten in 83 matches, at last test their skills against Europe and the Russians
Puzzle: with both sides attacking, can you work out Nigel Short’s winning sequence?
World No5 Levon Aronian quits Armenia for St Louis after new regime cuts support
Nearly 300 teams and famous names compete as Germany’s Grenke Bank defeats Russia’s SBER
US champion So again beats world champion Carlsen in an online final
Carlsen back in form as Play Magnus takes control of New in Chess magazine
New generation dominates as Jorden van Foreest, 21, wins while Alireza Firouzja, 17, closes on top 10 ranking
Puzzle: The grandmaster failed to find Black’s subtle winner. Can you do better?
World top two, Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana, in action across the board this week
Find how the New York master won in style in the 1930s depression
Hastings online this weekend features a rare clash of England’s top quartet
Norway’s world champion Carlsen plays from the tropics for $60,000
Puzzle: Solving experts missed the single line of play to checkmate in three — can you do better?
The generation of grandmasters now turning 30 . . . And in this week’s puzzle: find the only route for White’s full army to checkmate the lone black king in four moves
Caplin chess event goes digital — and in this week’s puzzle, grandmasters failed to find the mate; can you do better?
Plus, Russia’s No1 failed to solve this week’s puzzle. Can you do better?