Tag Archives: Chess

Russian chess endorse dies after descending from Moscow balcony

Yuri Yeliseyev, 20, who was reportedly a fan of the urban boast parkour, immersed from 12 th storey of apartment block A promising chess grandmaster has jumped to his death from a Moscow apartment block in what appeared to have been a achievement of daring gone wrong. Yuri Yeliseyev, 20, fell from the 12 th … Read More

The Joy of Six: players who have exceeded in more than one boast | Michael Butler and Ian McCourt

From a gun-slinging Jackie Stewart to Tadhg Kennellys exploits in Gaelic football and AFL, there are half-a-dozen jocks who have switched sports 1) Simen Agdestein For most people, football and chess has not been able to be more different. One is played in the silt and rainwater. The other does not even expects trainers. Football … Read More

Inside the psyche of “the mens” who would be ‘Blindfold King’ of chess

Next month, Timur Gareyev will play virtually 50 opposings at once – blindfolded. Can neuroscientists reveal how he play-act such prodigious mental accomplishments? Even by macrocosm record criteria, it gives a high bar for human achievement. Next month in Las Vegas a chess player appointed Timur Gareyev plans to take on virtually 50 opposings at … Read More