Home Page arrow Chess Life Online arrow 2008 arrow April arrow Kamsky Scores in Baku
Kamsky Scores in Baku Print E-mail
By Jennifer Shahade   
April 21, 2008
Gata Kamsky drew blood with Black today in the Baku Grand Prix, (April 21-May 5). The American World Championship candidate crushed Ernesto Inarkiev (Russia, 2684) in a wild attacking game.


The only other decisive game of the round was Alexander Grischuk's victory against Ivan Cheparinov on the black side of the French.


Tomorrow Gata Kamsky will play David Navara with White. Check out the full schedule here. Watch the games live at 6 AM EST on the Internet Chess Club or on the official website.

Baku Grand Prix

Standings after 1 round
1-2. Alexander Grischuk and Gata Kamsky-1
3-12. Shakriyar Mamedyarov, Magnus Carlsen, Vugar Gashimov, Teimour Radjabov, Sergey Karjakin, David Navara, Michael Adams, Etienne Bacrot, Wang Yue and Peter Svidler- .5
13-14. Ernesto Inarkiev and Ivan Cherparinov- 0

April - Chess Life Online 2008

Kaufman and Foygel Lead SeniorHow Wojo Won: Part VI, the King's Indian DefenseSenior Open Update GM Joel on Online Lessons78 Seniors Battle in Boca RatonFantasy Chess 2008!Gata Missteps in BakuAlisa Earns IM Norm; Angelo Takes 1stWinners in at Girls NationalsKamsky Joins Leaders in BakuAll-Girls Nationals StandingsBaku Grand Prix UpdateLenderman Wins Online Grand PrixAlisa Scores WGM Norm Girls Nationals Kicks Off on Friday Mr. Postman, Have You Got A Letter For Me? Play in USCF/WCL Grand Prix!Photo Essay from Atlanta Bhat and Krush Win Samford Interview and Analysis with Vigorito Nip on Regis & KellyMelekhina Earns 2nd WIM norm Hilton On Not Winning NationalsChicago Norm Hunt IntensifiesKamsky Scores in Baku Fiery Chess in Chicago Dramatic Sunday in AtlantaSeniors, Collectors and Hall of Famers Meet in Florida Baku Grand Prix Begins SundayHigh School Nationals Kicks Off Nicholas Nip to Appear on Regis & KellyHilton Previews High School Kaidanov Dominates GausdalBarclay and Amanov Take Park ForestThree IMs Top Spring VikingAliyev Wins Battle of the CarolinasVigorito, Bhat, Robson and Sevillano Move to SemisForeclosure Doctors Win PlayoffsJen on Burning Boards II and the USCL Bubble Amateur Team Champs Face Off on Saturday61 Memorable Games: A Hoax Wild Cards AnnouncedJorge Strikes AgainJunior High Nationals Wrap-UpUTD Takes Final FourJunior High Down to WireFinal Four in BaltimoreJunior High UpdateIrina Krush Wins Challenge MatchNationals Tactics Warm-UpTodd On Tulsa GM Joel on Even Stronger ComputersE.Vicary Previews NationalsKrush-Mrktchian Match Kicks OffQualifier Open: A Qualified Success New Findings on Gender and Tactics