The Norway Chess tournament has seen the participation of four leaders who competed with just a gap of a point between first and last. Chess leaders like Sergey Karjakin joined Magnus Carlsen, Vladmir Kramnik and Fabiano Caruana in the lead after the most unlikely of wins against Anish Giri in 131 moves and over seven and a half hours play.
One of the great chess events in Corsica recently took place. Around 3500 pupils from Northern Corsica came to compete in the 11th edition of the Corsican Scholastic Championships which is held in Bastia, Corsica, with hundreds of judges and volunteers.
Hikaru Nakamura is playing in Prague. The U.S. number one is David Navara's opponent in the 2014 edition of the Cez Chess Trophy. This year the expert player will play matches over four classical games. Nakamura started very well and thus he won the first two games.