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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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Summary: Winner races past many grandmasters from over 20 countries
We are seeing a resurgence in hip hop at the moment and since Grandmaster Flash is a leading face of the genre, it is really exciting to be able to welcome him back.
The world's most prestigious, international chess events are combining efforts to establish a gold standard for the Grand Chess Tour, an annual competitive circuit for ten of the world's top grandmasters.
The Grandmaster played and came first, said Nicolaou.
The world's most prestigious, international chess events are combining efforts to establish a gold standard for the inaugural Grand Chess Tour , an annual competitive circuit for ten of the world's top grandmasters.
Grandmaster is the highest title a chess player can attain.
150 participants, including 54 grandmasters, from 27 countries, participated in the tournament.
The Qatar Masters Open 2014 was held from November 25 to December 5 with 92 grandmasters participating, 60 percent of the 154 total players.
Nasser al-Abdulghani, AAB's Managing Director, commented during the conference: "True to our commitment to be a part of this nation's development towards the achievement of Qatar 2030 National Vision, we support QCA in welcoming the grandmasters from all over the world.
Wing Chun has recently gained much popularity to due to successful movies about its Grandmaster, Ip Man and The Grandmaster.
In another high- profile clash, Bobir Sattarov of Uzbekistan held Grandmaster Lalith Babu of India.
Carlsen, who got his maiden title, said that he felt honoured to play against the Indian grandmaster.