[Wired] - When Hikaru Nakamura and Gata Kamsky faced Vladimir Kramnik and Alexander Grischuk in the ninth round of the 40th World Chess Olympiad in Istanbul, the seasoned grandmasters drew upon years of experience, hours of preparation and two computers
[Wired] - Years after the final Deep Blue match, both Kasparov and Vladimir Kramnik, his successor as world chess champion, played against various versions of Deep Blue's successor Fritz. But in these matches, no code modifications were permitted between games.
[Washington Times] - Israeli GM Boris Gelfand, who took Anand to a rapid-game playoff in their title match earlier this year, and Bulgaria's Veselin Topalov, who lost close matches to Russia's Vladimir Kramnik and Anand, tied for first in London with Azerbaijani GM
[Chessbase News] - (Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian, Vladimir Kramnik und Teymour Radjabov belegen die Plätze eins bis vier.) Anand gegen Carlsen: Am Ende standen nur noch die beiden Könige auf dem Brett. Magnus Carlsen und Vishy Anand analysieren die Partie mit
[Bergensavisen] - Også armenske Levon Aronion, som har vunnet sjakk-OL tre ganger, kommer også. det samme gjør kinesiske Wang Hao og russeren Vladimir Kramnik. Sistnevnte sto for en sensasjon da han slo Garry Kasparov i London i Les også: Nominert til Peer
[Ninemsn] - Many readers will roll their eyes at this point. That's not exactly a revolutionary statement, after all. Well, consider this. Former world chess champion Vladimir Kramnik once stated that the game of chess is really about who makes the least mistakes
[Sun.Star] - The challenger won the eight-player Candidate Matches comprising Topalov, Gata Kamsky, Shakriyar Mamedyarov, Alexander Grischuk, Levon Aronian, Vladimir Kramnik and Teimour Radjabov, Anand is 42 years old and rated while Gelfand is a year older at
[The Caledonian Mercury] of splits and schisms, and Topalov, for all his great skill, is not generally regarded as having been the true world champion during that period, the “classical” title having rested with the Russian Vladimir Kramnik during the period 2000–07.
…är tyst som en mussla. Detta är glädjande för det är Världsmästaren, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian, Vladimir Kramnik med flera superstormästare som schackvärlden vill se i hård kamp om poängen. PRESS…
The former world chess champion Vladimir Kramnik (Rusia) and Grand Master Vlad-Cristian Jianu lead at the half of the two competitions of the King's Tour international chess event, edition, taking place in Medias that is dedicated to the former chess Woman Grand Master Elisabeta Polihroniade, ...
Vladimir Kramnik 14th World Chess Champion. Man vs. Machine. Technology continues to advance at a rapid pace. It may sound quaint today, but not so long ago, computers battled humans for supremacy at the game of chess. The challenge of building a computer program capable of defeating the best of human-kind at chess was one of the original grand ...