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grandmaster

1. Chess one of the top chess players of a particular country
2. Chess a player who has been awarded the highest title by the F?d?ration Internationale des ?checs
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Khademalsharieh snatched the second place, winning the $25,000 prize, in a heated rivalry among 204 female chess grandmasters.
(From back-left) Mark Dy, Manila Bulletin Brand and Marketing Manager; Rey Bancod, Tempo Editor; Jayson Gonzales, Filipino Chess Grandmaster (2008) ; Eugene Torre, First Asian Grandmaster; and Tyne Dignadice, Jr., Operations Manager of Manila Prince Hotel with the coaches and team captains of participating schools during the Tempo Inter-Schools Rapid Chess Championships Press Launch at Manila Prince Hotel, July 10, 2019 (Rio Leonelle Deluvio) / MANILA BULLETIN
'There are a lot of tournaments out there that we can win gold medals, but with only few Grandmasters participating.
ICON: Grandmaster Flash, real name Joseph Saddler, won the Polar Music Prize
Gashimov became an international master in 1999 and earned the top title of grandmaster in 2002.
And Grandmaster Flash is expected to step forward significantly from his debut effort, with the extra furlong of tonight's race expected to suit him.
Grandmaster Flash was the first DJ to physically lay his hand on the vinyl and manipulate it in a backward, forward and counterclockwise motion.
A strong field of 47 grandmasters, 30 International Masters, 7 Woman Grandmasters, 6 Woman International Masters, 20 FIDE Masters and 2 Woman FIDE Masters in a record field of 158 players from 32 countries are competing in the Masters event.
He missed out on becoming the youngest ever by three months with Sergey Karjakin of Ukraine holding the record of being the youngest Grandmaster in the world at 12 years, 7 months - a feat achieved in 2002.
Dubai: C India now has the second youngest chess grandmaster in the world and tweeps were thrilled.
Moscow-born Dlugy has been a successful chess player since the 1980s, winning the International Master title, the World Junior Chess Championship and the Grandmaster title, among other honors.
Danny Gormally, a chess Grandmaster who lives in Alnwick and works part-time in the famous Barter Books store there, plays most of his chess in the south.