In Saint Quentin, France, eleven teams participated to win the title of best team in France. This event witnessed the participation of top grandmasters such as Vachier-Lagrave, Ivanchuk, Wojtaszek and many popular players.
The Sigeman & Co Chess Tournament organized in Malmö, Sweden saw Laurent Fressinet of France wining the 22nd edition. In an event that only lasted five rounds, three and a half point was acquired by the 32-year-old French grandmaster to finish clear first and half a point ahead of IM Axel Smith.
Last weekend 14-year-old Rachel Miller became the 2014 champion in the Digicel National Chess Championships in Jamaica. Her win created history in the chess world. Two new champions — National Master (NM) Andrew Mellace and Woman Candidate Master (WCM) Rachel Miller — were crowned in the 2014 Digicel National Chess Championships.
Alexander Morozevich scored the highest in the 15th Anniversary edition of the Karpov-Poikovsky international tournament.