Free Internet Chess Games Server


Game result  (chess)


S. Kireev, 2300
F. de la Foret, 1900

1-0

See game 96079




 Hot news
 Discussions
 Files search
 Social network



Internet Go, Weiqi, Baduk

                                          
Chess news



Latest chess news       Chess news



- Sergey Karjakin is FIDE blitz champion 2016

- V. Ivanchuk is new FIDE rapid chess world champion

- Magnus Carlsen retains FIDE WCH title

- Eros Riccio wins 12th FICGS corr. chess WCH

- Arkadiusz Wosch wins 12th FICGS candidates final

- Alvin Alcala wins 1st Ultimate Chess Championship

- Eros Riccio wins 10th FICGS corr. chess WCH

- Eros Riccio wins 9th FICGS corr. chess WCH

- Alvin Alcala shares 1st pl. at 6th engines masters

- Magnus Carlsen retains FIDE WCH title

- Alvin Alcala 2nd in Infinity Chess Freestyle 2014

- Anson Williams wins Infinity Chess Freestyle 2014

- Sergey Karjakin wins Norway super tournament

- Magnus Carlsen is new FIDE world chess champion

- David Howell wins British championships

- E. Retanal wins Al Riyadh open, Alvin Alcala 4th

- Magnus Carlsen wins FIDE candidates tournament

- Eros Riccio wins 8th FICGS chess championship

- M. Adams wins Bunratty Chess Festival

- Fabiano Caruana wins Zurich tournament

- Sanan Sjugirov wins Cappelle La Grande open

- Ron Langeveld wins 26th ICCF world championship

- Eros Riccio wins 6th FICGS chess championship

- Anton Korobov wins Ukrainian championship

- Baadur Jobava wins wins Georgian Championship 2012

- H. Nakamura and I. Krush win US Championship

- Parimarjan Negi wins 11th Asian Cont. Chess Champ.

- Levon Aronian wins 74th Tata Steel in Wijk aan Zee

- Sergei Tiviakov wins 1st Panama Chess Open

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Hoogeveen

- Zhao Xue wins Nalchik women's Grand Prix

- M. Vachier-Lagrave wins 2011 French Championship

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Dortmund 2011

- Sergey Tiviakov wins 5th Leiden Chess Tournament

- Magnus Carlsen wins Media Kings 2011

- Ponomariov wins 80th Ukrainian Championship

- Levon Aronian wins Amber 2011, Carlsen second

- Sergey Tiviakov wins 19th Fajr Open

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins Gibraltar tournament

- Nakamura wins Tata Steel 2011 in Wijk aan Zee

- Alexei Shirov wins Keres Memorial in Tallinn

- Eros Riccio wins FICGS correspondence chess WCH

- Hou Yifan is 2010 Women's World Champion

- Magnus Carlsen wins London Chess Classic

- Eros Riccio qualifies for the 5th FICGS WCH final

- Levon Aronian wins World Blitz Championship

- 5 time US champion GM Larry Evans dies on nov. 15

- Eros Riccio wins the 3rd FICGS Freestyle Cup

- Magnus Carlsen wins the Nanjing tournament 2010

- Kramnik wins Shanghai-Bilbao Chess Masters

- Tigran Kotanjian wins 3rd Karen Asrian Memorial

- Kirsan Ilyumzhinov is re-elected FIDE president

- Ukraine wins Chess Olympiad 2010

- GM Bent Larsen dies at 75

- Alexander Morozevich wins 64th Moscow Blitz

- Magnus Carlsen tops sept. 2010 FIDE rating list

- Gata Kamsky wins Chess Classic Mainz

- Hou Yifan wins Ulaanbaatar FIDE Grand Prix

- Julian Radulski wins the Najdorf festival (Warsaw)

- Ruslan Ponomariov wins Dortmund 2010

- GM Sebastien Feller wins Paris Championship

- Boris Gelfand wins Leon Masters (advanced chess)

- Wang Hao and Ju Wenjun are new Chinese Champions

- Karjakin wins ACP World Rapid Cup in Odessa

- Viswanathan Anand is new chess world champion

- Anand beats Topalov with Black in game 12

- T. Kosintseva wins Women's Grand Prix in Nalchik

- David Navara wins Czech Championship 2010

- Topalov wins game 8, equalizes...

- Anand wins Game 4, takes the lead in the FIDE WCH

- GM Hou Yifan wins 3rd Kuala Lumpur Open

- Russian Team Championship: Cmilyte performs 2700

- Li Chao wins the Doeberl Cup in Canberra

- Ivanchuk and Carlsen tie for 1st at Amber

- Vladimir Baklan wins Hypercube Blitz in Utrecht

- Le Quang Liem wins Aeroflot open in Moscow

- Konstantin Chernyshov wins Moscow open

- Edward Kotlyanskiy is new FICGS chess champion

- Magnus Carlsen wins Wijk aan Zee 2010

- Gata Kamsky wins Reggio Emilia 2010

- Magnus Carlsen wins London Chess Classic

- Carlsen wins the world blitz championship

- Kramnik wins Tal memorial in Moscow.

- Anand beats Karpov 3.5-0.5 in Corsica

- Magnus Carlsen wins Nanjing tournament

- China wins World Women's Team Championship

- Murtas Kazhgaleyev wins Paris championship

- Alexander Grischuk wins Moscow Blitz championship

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Champions Rapid in Zurich

- Ivanchuk wins 5th FIDE Grand Prix in Jermuk

- Shakhriyar Mamedyarov wins Ordix open

- Maxime Vachier-Lagrave wins Biel 2009

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Dortmund 2009

- Ivanchuk wins Romgaz King's Tournament

- Alexei Shirov wins the Sofia GM tournament

- Boris Gelfand wins the 3rd ACP World Rapid Cup

- Rybka 3 wins the 17th WCCC

- Hikaru Nakamura wins U.S. championship 2009

- Xavier Pichelin wins the 2nd FICGS chess WCH

- Levon Aronian wins Nalchik Grand Prix

- GM Namig Guliyev wins 27th Metz international open

- E. Kotlyanskiy wins the 3rd FICGS candidates final

- Levon Aronian wins the 18th Amber tournament

- Evgeny Tomashevsky wins European Championship 2009

- Grischuk beats Ivanchuk on tiebreak to win Linares

- Topalov beats Kamsky in the FIDE candidates match

- Etienne Bacrot wins Aeroflot Open

- Alexander Onischuk wins Moscow open

- Sergey Karjakin wins Wijk aan Zee 2009

- Ganguly wins Parsvnath Open in New Delhi

- Mikhail Donskoy (one father of Kaissa) dies at 61

- André Diamant wins Brazilian Chess Championship

- W. Utesch wins the 2nd FICGS candidates final

- Veselin Topalov wins Pearl Spring in Nanjing

- Miroshnichenko wins Ukrainian Championship 2008

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins Benidorm tournament

- Armenia wins gold at 38th Chess Olympiad

- Deep Fritz 11 is available (Chessbase.com)

- Dominguez-Perez wins World Blitz Championship

- Hikaru Nakamura wins Cap d'Agde tournament

- Viswanathan Anand is FIDE world champion 2008

- Nigel Short wins Commonwealth Championship

- Rybka wins World Computer Chess Championship 2008

- Topalov tops the October 2008 FIDE rating list

- Pentala Harikrishna wins Spice Cup in Lubbock

- GM Jan Werle wins EU Individual Championships

- Alexandra Kosteniuk is Women's World Champion 2008

- Veselin Topalov wins Bilbao

- Anand wins the 13th rapid championship in Mainz

- Evgeny Alekseev wins Biel category 18 tournament

- Hillarp-Persson won the swedish championship 10/13

- Karjakin beats Short 7.5-2.5 in Kiev Life Rapid

- Peter Leko wins Sparkassen Meeting in Dortmund

- Michal Krasenkow wins Mumbai Mayor’s Cup

- Ivanchuk beats Anand in León Rapid final 2,5-1,5

- Carlsen beats Leko 5-3 in Miskolc

- Lenier Dominguez Perez wins Capablanca Memorial

- Yury Shulman wins 2008 U.S. championship

- Kramnik beats Navara in Prague CEZ chess trophy

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins MTel Masters in Sofia (8/10)

- Gashimov, Wang and Carlsen win Grand Prix in Baku

- Veselin Topalov wins Dos Hermanas Rapid

- Gregory Kaidanov wins Gausdal Classic open

- Jan Smeets wins Dutch Championship 2008

- Deep Hiarcs 12 is available (Chessbase.com)

- Levon Aronian wins Amber 2.5 points ahead of rest.

- Hou Yifan wins Atatürk Masters

- Viswanathan Anand wins Morelia-Linares

- Nepomniachtchi wins Aeroflot Open 2008

- Vugar Gashimov wins Cappelle la Grande

- Artyom Timofeev wins Moscow Open 2008

- Rybka & Naum win CCT 10

- Hikaru Nakamura wins Gibtel 2008 in Gibraltar

- Aronian & Carlsen win Wijk aan Zee 2008

- Chess legend Bobby Fischer dies at 64 in Iceland

- Wijk aan Zee : Anand & Topalov lose in 1st round

- Radjabov wins ACP World Rapid Cup in Odessa

- Zoltan Almasi wins Reggio Emilia 2008

- GM Ramesh wins Commonwealth Championship 2007

- Morozevich wins Russian Championship Superfinal

- Gata Kamsky wins FIDE world cup 2007

- Fabiano Caruana is new Italian champion

- Valeriy Aveskulov is new Ukrainian Champion

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins World Blitz Championship

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Tal Memorial

- Tania Sachdev wins Indian Women's Championship

- Fritz 11 is now available (Chessbase)

- Topalov wins Vitoria Gasteiz Champions League

- John Nunn is World Chess Problem Solving Champion

- Hikaru Nakamura wins Corsican Circuit 2007

- Deep Shredder 11 is now available (Chessbase)

- Ivanchuk beats Leko in Mukachevo

- H. Nakamura wins Casino de Barcelona tournament

- Shakhryar Mamedyarov wins Essent 2007

- Bu Xiangzhi wins Blindfold World Cup in Bilbao

- Vishy Anand is new FIDE world champion

- Zappa Mexico beats Rybka 5,5-4,5

- FIDE WCH in Mexico, Anand leads after round 5

- GM Aroshidze wins Banyoles Chess Festival

- Maxime Vachier-Lagrave is France chess champion

- Ilia Smirin wins Acropolis 2007 in Athens

- Vishy Anand wins the Grenke Leasing Rapid WCH

- Michael Adams wins the Staunton Memorial

- David Navara wins the Ordix Open

- Levon Aronian wins Chess960 world championship

- Rybka 2.3.2a tops CEGT 40/20 rating list

- Alexander Moiseenko wins Arctic Chess Challenge

- Pravin Thipsay wins All India Open Chess Tourney

- Magnus Carlsen wins Biel GM tournament

- Zhu Chen wins 2007 North Urals Cup

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins 8th Montreal International

- Viswanathan Anand wins Leon 2007

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Dortmund 2007

- Joop van Oosterom is new ICCF world champion

- Gorenje 2007 : Roiz 1st, Atalik 2nd, Karpov 3rd

- Rybka is computer chess world champion (15th WCCC)

- Leko, Gelfand, Aronian, Grischuk qualify to Mexico

- Rybka 2.3.2 is now available

- Computer challenge : Deep Junior beats Fritz 4-2

- Shirov, Gelfang, Rublevsky & Aronian qualify

- Kamsky, Leko, Bareev & Grischuk win their matches

- Candidates matches for the Fide WCH in Elista

- China wins Women's Team Championship

- GM Alex Shabalov wins US Championship

- Topalov wins 3rd M-Tel Masters in Sofia

- Tomsk wins Russian Team Championships

- Arkadij Naiditsch wins President's Cup in Baku

- Aronian beats Kramnik 4-2 in Yerevan

- Kramnik beats Leko 4,5 - 3,5 in Miskolc

- Magnus Carlsen wins Gausdal Chess Classics

- Ivan Cheparinov wins Sigeman tournament

- Miskolc 2007, Kramnik leads 2,5-1,5 against Leko

- Rybka 2.3.1 tops SSDF rating list

- Legends match : Portisch vs. Spassky, 3 - 3

- Vladislav Tkachiev wins European Championship

- Tatiana Kosintseva wins Women European Championship

- Gata Kamsky wins Foxwoods Casino Open in Ledyard

- Vishy Anand tops 2007 april FIDE rating list

- Vladimir Kramnik wins 16th Amber Tournament

- Amber : R8, Kramnik leads, Anand 2nd

- Boris Chatalbashev wins Bulgarian Championship

- Amber : R5, Aronian, Ivanchuk & Kramnik lead

- Garry Kasparov, new book : How Life Imitates Chess

- Amber : R3, Vladimir Kramnik leads, Aronian 2nd

- Amber blindfold : R1, Morozevich beats Anand

- Amber 2007 tournament started in Monaco

- GM Wang Yue wins Cappelle la Grande tournament

- Anand wins Morelia-Linares super GM tournament

- Linares, final round : Leko beats Carlsen

- Linares : R13, Morozevich beats Topalov

- Linares : Morozevich and Svidler win with Black

- Linares : R11, Carlsen beats Ivanchuk

- Linares : R10, Anand beats Carlsen again, lead

- Linares : R9, Morozevich beats Leko

- Rybka 2.3.1 beta is available

- Linares : R8, all games drawn. Anand, Carlsen lead

- Morelia : R7, Anand, Topalov, Ivanchuk win

- Evgeny Alekseev wins Aeroflot Open 2007

- Carlsen beats Topalov, Aronian beats Anand

- Morelia : R4, Anand & Carlsen win, Anand leads

- Morelia : R3, Anand beats Carlsen

- Morelia : R2, Ivanchuk beats Topalov

- Morelia : R1, Carlsen beats Morozevich

- Rybka 2.3 is available

- Alexey Dreev wins Parsvnath International Open

- Akopian wins GibTel Masters in Gibraltar

- Zap! Chess Zanzibar is available

- FIDE rejected Topalov's challenge to Kramnik

- Eljanov wins group B, Krasenkow wins group C

- Aronian, Topalov & Radjabov share Corus 1st place

- Corus : R12, Radjabov wins, catches Topalov

- Corus : R11, Svidler beats Topalov

- Corus : R10, Topalov beats Carlsen, still leads

- Wijk aan Zee : Round 9, Anand beats van Wely

- Corus 2007 : Topalov beats Anand, takes lead

- Topalov beats Ponomariov in Corus, moves 2nd

- Wijk aan Zee : Round 6, Kramnik beats Anand

- Wijk aan Zee : Teimour Radjabov leads 4,5/5

- 2nd FICGS chess world championship started

- Wijk aan Zee starts with Topalov, Anand & Kramnik

- Hiarcs 11 UCI is available

- Peter Leko wins ACP world rapid chess cup

- Surya Ganguly wins Indian National Championship

- Alexander Morozevich wins Pamplona 6/7 perf 2951

- Kateryna Lahno beats Parimarjan Negi 11-7

- Asian Games chess : India takes Gold, China 2nd

- Evgeny Alekseev wins Russian Superfinal

- Nigel Short wins Commonwealth championship 9/10

- Bilbao blindfold, Topalov vs. Polgar : 3,5-2,5

- Vassily Ivanchuk wins Capablanca Memorial

- Computer beats World champion 4-2

- Deep Junior beats Teimour Radjabov in Florence

- Chess challenge in Bonn : Deep Fritz 10 leads

- Game 3 drawn, Deep Fritz leads 2-1

- Game 2 : Kramnik checkmated by Deep Fritz

- Kramnik vs. Deep Fritz, game 1 is a draw

- Vishy Anand wins Tal Memorial Blitz

- Leko, Ponomariov & Aronian win Tal Memorial

- Rustam Kasimdzhanov wins Corsican Masters 2006

- Teimour Radjabov wins Cap d'Agde rapid chess

- Judit Polgar & Shakhryar Mamedyarov win Essent

- Topalov looses to Mamedyarov & Polgar at Essent

- Vladimir Kramnik is FIDE world champion !

- Kramnik vs. Topalov : Score 6-6, tie break

- Vladimir Kramnik wins game 10. Score 5-5

- Veselin Topalov wins game 9, takes the lead

- Topalov wins game 8 with black. Score 4-4

- Kramnik accused of using Fritz 9 by Danailov

- FIDE wch confusion : Kramnik did not play game 5

- Kramnik wins game 2, takes the lead 2-0

- Vladimir Kramnik wins game 1 in 75 moves

- FIDE wch : Topalov vs. Kramnik, sep 23 - oct 12

- Magnus Carlsen is new norwegian chess champion

- Nigel Short wins european union chess championship

- Grischuk wins world blitz championship

- Christophe Leotard is ICCF world champion

- Viktor Korchnoi wins Banyoles chess festival

- Rybka 2.1 multi processor available

- Miskolc : Leko beats Karpov, 4.5 - 3.5

- Tkachiev & Skripchenko win french championships

- Vishy Anand and Levon Aronian win Mainz

- Garry Kasparov & Anatoly Karpov win Zurich blitz

- Vladimir Kramnik wins Dortmund, Svidler 2nd

- Morozevich wins Biel, Magnus Carlsen 2nd

- Deep Junior 10 available (chessbase.com)

- Sergey Karjakin wins Tomsk (cat. 18) tournament

- Gata Kamsky wins World Open in Philadelphia

- Veselin Topalov (2813) tops FIDE rating list

- Sergey Tiviakov wins Dutch championship

- AeroSvit : Rublevsky wins, Ivanchuk 2nd

- Rybka 1.2 tops SSDF rating list

- Anand wins Leon, defeating Topalov , 2.5 - 1.5

- Chess olympiad in Turin : Armenia takes Gold

- FIDE : Kirsan Ilyumzhinov reelected

- Computer chess program Junior - WCCC 2006

- 1st FICGS go tournament started !

- Legends match : Spassky - Karpov , 1.5 - 0.5

- Shredder 10 available (chessbase.com)

- Topalov wins M-TEL masters










 

Message




Chat



 

February 25, 2017

FICGS is also a social network including seo forums, a hot news & buzz blog, a free web directory and discussion forums to meet people from all over the world. Discuss the last events, improve your search engines optimization, submit your website, share your interests...


Feel free to link to FICGS chess server, register & win Epoints :






Poker holdem world championship