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21st Dubai Open 2019

Dubai Open is an international chess tournament that is organized and hosted annually by the club since 1999. Over the years, Dubai Open has become one of the strongest open tournaments in the world and is known for attracting top-class chess players and grandmasters. Click here to download regulation Last day of registration & payment is Tuesday 5th Mar 2019 at 9:00 pm ... Read More »

UAE 47th National Day Rapid Chess Tournament 2018

Dubai Chess & Culture Club is pleased to invite you to participate at UAE 47th National Day Rapid Chess Tournament 2018, which will be held at Dubai Chess Club from 6th ~ 8st Dec 2018 Click here to download regulation Click here for registration Last day of registration & payment is Monday 3rd Dec 2018 at 21:00 Read More »

Dubai Open Blitz Chess Tournament 2018

  GM Gawain Jones of England won theChampionship finishing alone with 7 points out of 9 rounds yesterday at the Dubai Chess Club in Dubai, UAE. A total of 72 players competed in the half-day tournament including 19 Grandmasters, 5 International Masters and 6 FIDE Masters. Each player has some 5 minutes for the whole game. At stake was a ... Read More »

Four tied for the lead heading into the homestretch of Dubai Open Chess Tournament

Sokolov, Akopian, Jones, Savchenko have six points each British Grandmaster (GM) Gawain Jones and Russia’s GM Boris Savchenko caught up with the leaders after grinding down their respective opponents in drawn-out endgames in the seventh round of the Dubai Open Chess Tournament – Sheikh Rashid Bin Hamdan Cup at the Dubai Chess and Culture Club. Sixth-round joint leaders GM Vladimir ... Read More »

Grandmasters prevail in opening round of Dubai Chess Open Championship

The Dubai Chess Open 2016 – Rashid Bin Hamdan Al Maktoum Cup opened Monday night at the Dubai Chess and Culture Club with most of the favourites easily hurdling their round-one assignments, but a handful could only split the point against their overmatched opponents – and some even had to work hard to save the draw. Organised under the patronage of ... Read More »