Team Carlsen Vs Team Caruana: Our World Chess Championship event

Hey Team Carlsen or Team Caruana supporters, we have an announcement for you. There are three weeks to go and we’re beginning to get excited. No, not about the World Chess Championship – about our BIG CHESSABLE MEET-UP! Yes, we’re putting on a night of chess, fun and chat in London to celebrate Magnus Carlsen’s defence […]

Can Fabiano Caruana beat Magnus Carlsen? We asked 7 chess masters

Fabiano Caruana takes on Magnus Carlsen for the World Chess Championship

We all know the big match is approaching – but can Fabiano Caruana beat Magnus Carlsen? The winner-takes-all World Chess Championship is without a doubt the game’s prestige event. Last time, when Carlsen faced the Russian Sergey Karjakin, the Norwegian champ was taken to tie-breaks, but no-one seriously thought he would lose. >> Try our […]

John Bartholomew tops group but narrowly misses out on second GM norm

He almost did it – but Chessable’s own John Bartholomew fell just short of winning a hard-fought second GM norm today. The Scandi king put in a phenomenal performance on the final day of the Charlotte Chess Center’s GM/IM Norm Invitational tournament to top his group above three GMs and the much talked about Indian super talent […]

John Bartholomew’s win over Indian wonderkid Praggnanandhaa

We don’t want to get you too excited, and we don’t want to pile too much pressure on John Bartholomew to get his next norm. But we thought you’d like to know Chessable’s resident IM has beaten the 12-year-old Indian super talent Ramesh Praggnanandhaa at the GM Norm Invitational in Charlotte. Praggu, as he is […]