Humpy out of World Championship

India’s Koneru Humpy crashed out of the World Women’s chess championship after drawing the second game of the semifinal match against nemesis Yifan Hao of China.

Humpy in semifinals, Harika faces another tiebreaker

Koneru Humpy secured a much-needed draw against China`s Ju Wenjun in the second game of the quarterfinals to enter the semifinals of the World Women`s Chess Championship.

Humpy takes lead; Harika held in World Chess Championship

Top rated Grandmaster Koneru
Humpy took an early lead against Ju Wenjun of China while GM
norm holder D Harika played out a draw with another Chinese
Ruan Lufei.

Humpy in quarterfinals of World Women Chess Championship

Grandmaster Koneru Humpy of India made it to the quarterfinals of the World Women Chess Championship after she split point in the second game of the third round against Anna Zatonskih of the United States.

Humpy in quarterfinals of World Women Chess Championship

Grandmaster Koneru Humpy of India made it to the quarterfinals of the World Women Chess Championship after she split point in the second game of the third round against Anna Zatonskih of the United States.

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 smell last 16 in World Championship

Indian Grandmaster Koneru Humpy and D Harika defeated International Master Jovanka Houska and Tatiania Shadrina respectively to come in sniffing distance of entering the last-16 stage of the World Women`s chess championship.

Humpy beats Melissa Greeff; Harika held by Kruttika

Top rated Koneru Humpy started off with an easy victory in the women’s world championship opener but second highest Indian D Harika was held to a draw by compatriot Kruttika Nadig.

I have been overlooked for the Asian Games: Humpy

India`s number one ranked women chess player Koneru Humpy Saturday alleged that she has been overlooked for the upcoming Asian Games in Guangzhou next month.

Humpy to participate in world blitz chess c`ship

World number two Grandmaster Koneru Humpy will represent India in the FIDE Women`s world blitz chess championship finals to be held in Moscow, Russia on September 17 and 18.

Humpy, Chanda, Gopal among leaders in Gibraltar

Indian Grandmasters Koneru Humpy, Sandipan Chanda and G N Gopal scored impressive victories to emerge joint leaders after the fourth round in the Gibtelecom Masters chess tournament here.

Humpy beats Eesha; Sandipan draws in Gibtelecom Masters

World`s second highest
rated woman player Koneru Humpy put it across fellow Indian
Eesha Karavade while Sandipan Chanda was held to a draw by
local Michael Hoffmann in the third round.

Humpy, Sandipan off to winning start

Grandmaster Koneru Humpy started
her campaign with an easy victory against Maria Schoene of
Germany in the first round of the Gibtelecom chess tournament
here.

Koneru Humpy to play two tournaments in Greece next month

Indian Grandmaster Koneru Humpy
will take part in two international tournaments in Greece next
month, her father Koneru Ashok said on Tuesday.