2019-04-29

GRENKE Chess Classic 2019

The 2019 GRENKE Chess Classic is a 10-player round-robin taking place in Germany from 22-29 April.  It features World Champion Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Levon Aronian, Vishy Anand, Peter Svidler, Arkadij Naiditsch, Vallejo Pons, Meier Georg and Keymer, Vincent.

Time control: 100 minutes for 40 moves, then 50 minutes for 20 moves and then 15 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment.

Official site

Schdule in UTC:

Round 1    Apr 20, 2019    13:00 
Round 2    Apr 21, 2019    13:00 
Round 3    Apr 22, 2019    13:00 
Round 4    Apr 23, 2019    13:00 
Round 5    Apr 24, 2019    13:00 
Round 6    Apr 26, 2019    13:00 
Round 7    Apr 27, 2019    13:00 
Round 8    Apr 28, 2019    13:00 
Round 9    Apr 29, 2019    13:00

Watch the games of the GRENKE Chess Classic 2019 with computer analysis LIVE on ChessBomb.

Read the articles of Peter Doggers: Keymer Fights, Loses Marathon Game To Carlsen As Grenke Chess Classic Takes Off

You can see games from previous issues of the tournament with computer analysis at ChessBomb:
GRENKE Chess Classic 2018
GRENKE Chess Classic 2017
GRENKE Chess Classic 2016
GRENKE Chess Classic 2015
GRENKE Chess Classic 2014

2019-04-27

Shenzhen Masters 2019


The 2019 Shenzhen Masters is a 6-player double round-robin held from 17-27 April in Shenzhen, China. It features world famous participants: Giri, Anish; Harikrishna, P.; Jakovenko, Dmitry; Yu, Yangyi; Ding, Liren; Rapport, Richard
Time control: 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment.

Official site

Schedule in UTC:

Round 1    Apr 17, 2019    06:00 
Round 2    Apr 18, 2019    06:00 
Round 3    Apr 19, 2019    06:00 
Round 4    Apr 20, 2019    06:00 
Round 5    Apr 21, 2019    06:00 
Round 6    Apr 23, 2019    06:00 
Round 7    Apr 24, 2019    06:00 
Round 8    Apr 25, 2019    06:00 
Round 9    Apr 26, 2019    06:00 
Round 10    Apr 27, 2019    02:00

Watch the games of the Shenzhen Masters 2019 with computer analysis LIVE on ChessBomb.

You can see games from previous issues of the tournament with computer analysis at ChessBomb:
Shenzhen Chess Masters 2018  and Peter Doggers' article Vachier-Lagrave Wins, Ding's Streak Ends
Shenzhen Chess Masters 2017