Partnership offers London Chess Classic attendees and chess fans a third off ticket prices in opening weeks. Gripping play explores the 1972 World Chess Championship, played against the backdrop of the Cold War. Discount can be accessed by entering the code LCC2019 at checkout on the Hampstead Theatre website.
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The London Chess Classic is a chess festival held at the Olympia Conference Centre, West Kensington, London. The flagship event is a strong invitational tournament between some of the world's top grandmasters. A number of subsidiary events cover a wide range of chess activities, including tournaments suitable for norm and title seekers, junior ...
Read more about 2017 London Chess Classic Recap - Round 8 2017 London Chess Classic Recap - Round 7 Round seven of the London Chess Classic was the most eventful one with three decisive results, which affected both the standings for this event and the entire tour.
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A special feature of the London Chess Classic is its impressive range of Festival events — which appeal to chess players and fans at all levels. With free entry to female players and the Under 25s, the event organiser, UK charity Chess in Schools and Communities, has led the way for years in welcoming new players to the game.
The ninth and final round of the 9th London Chess Classic, played on Monday 11 December 2017 at the Olympia Conference Centre, concluded with two of the players lifting trophies. Fabiano Caruana needed a tie-breaker against Ian Nepomniachtchi to win the first prize in the tournament itself, while Magnus Carlsen clinched the first prize in the ...
Watch every game of the London Chess Classic 2014 Classic updated live, move-by-move.
London Chess Classic - Ronda 3 transmitida por el GM Pepe Cuenca
London Chess Classic 2016, Rd. 8. Hikaru Nakamura - Levon Aronian That was quick. Nakamura and Aronian played a harmless line of the Ragozin Defence without much vigour and after 27 moves they agreed to a draw in a completely equal ending. Even the Naka needs a quiet day from time to time. #LondonChess Classic.