D Harika best woman in Poker Masters Chess
D Harika best woman in Poker Masters Chess

 Grandmaster and former world junior champion D Harika was adjudged the best woman player after she settled for a draw with Alon Mindlin of Israel in the ninth and final round of Poker Masters Isle of Man Chess tournament that concluded here.

D Harika holds Adams in Poker Masters Chess
D Harika holds Adams in Poker Masters Chess

 Grandmaster D Harika got a creditable draw against highly regarded world number 12 Michael Adams of England in the eighth and penultimate round of Poker Masters Isle of Man chess tournament here on Sunday.

Indian grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta off to a flier in Poker Masters
Indian grandmaster Abhijeet Gupta off to a flier in Poker Masters

Grandmaster and former world junior champion Abhijeet Gupta got off to a good start, crushing Kolbus Dietmar of Germany in the first round of Poker Masters Isle of Man International chess tournament here.

Harika loses first game of semifinals

Grandmaster D Harika`s title aspirations suffered a major blow as she lost to Antoaneta Stefanova of Bulgaria in the first game of the semifinal of World Women chess championship.

Harika storms into Semi-final of World Championship

Grandmaster D Harika came up with a spectacular performance in the tiebreak games to beat Zhao Xue of China and enter the last four stage in the World Women chess championship here.

Humpy, Harika in second round of World Championship

Koneru Humpy effortlessly defeated Denise Frick of South Africa while D Harika outplayed compatriot Soumya Swaminathan to move to the second round of the World Women`s chess championship, here.

Indian eves tamed by China; Men hold England

The Indian women`s team met their nemesis in the Chinese as they lost by a huge 0.5-3.5 margin but the men held higher seeds England to a draw in the fifth round of the 40th Chess Olympiad here.

Indians off to a flier in Chess Olympiad

The Indian men`s and women`s teams cruised to identical 4-0 victories over Wales and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia respectively in the first round of the 40th Chess Olympiad here at the Wow Hotel and Convention centre.

Tough challenge for Hari, Harika

Former world junior champion P Harikrishna will start his campaign with Bruzon Lazaro Batista of Cuba while compatriot D Harika will clash with promotee Daniel Vocaturo in the B group of Tata Steel Chess tournament.

After GM title Babu aims to become world champion

Having achieved the Grandmaster title at the age of 19, M R Lalith Babu is now aiming to improve his ranking and be a world chess champion.

Steely Harika joins Humpy in quarterfinals

Grandmaster norm holder D
Harika showed steely nerves to beat Mariya Muzychuk of Ukraine
and storm into the quarterfinals of the World Women`s Chess
Championship here.

Steely Harika joins Humpy in quarterfinals

Grandmaster norm holder D
Harika showed steely nerves to beat Mariya Muzychuk of Ukraine
and storm into the quarterfinals of the World Women`s Chess
Championship here.

Humpy, Harika in pre-quarters of World Championship

Koneru Humpy and D Harika moved into the pre-quarterfinals of the World Women’s chess championship after eliminating Jovanka Houska of England and Titiana Shardina of Russia respectively in the second round here.

Humpy, Harika in pre-quarters of World Championship

Koneru Humpy and D Harika moved into the pre-quarterfinals of the World Women’s chess championship after eliminating Jovanka Houska of England and Titiana Shardina of Russia respectively in the second round here.

Meenakshi maintains lead; Harika at second spot

Grandmaster S Meenakshi maintained her slender half point lead over top seed D Harika as both their respective matches ended in draw in the ninth round of the 36th National Women`s chess championship.

Meenakshi maintains lead; Harika at second spot

Grandmaster S Meenakshi maintained her slender half point lead over top seed D Harika as both their respective matches ended in draw in the ninth round of the 36th National Women`s chess championship.

Harika, Meenakshi settle for draw

Top seed D Harika and WGM Meenakshi were locked in an intense tussle for supremacy but settled for a draw in the third round of the 36th National Women Premier Chess Championship.

Harika, Meenakshi settle for draw

Top seed D Harika and WGM Meenakshi were locked in an intense tussle for supremacy but settled for a draw in the third round of the 36th National Women Premier Chess Championship.