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Chess Chat: GM Gukesh Dommaraju wins FIDE Candidates
Victory of 17-year-old Indian GM Dommaraju Gukesh in the 2024 FIDE Candidates Tournament

Tournament Details Revised: 5/21/2024 9:58:01 AM
General Information
Event Organizer: The Wachusett Chess Club  Visit Organizer Website
Event Location: Fitchburg Access Television (FATV), 175 Kimball St., Fitchburg, MA 01420   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Thursday, May 23, 2024
Rounds Time: Program via LIVE STREAMNG at www.fatv.org on Thursday, May 23, at 11 a.m.
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Event Webpage: www.fatv.org
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Sections Information
Tournament Sections: "Chess Chat" on Fitchburg Access Telelvision (FATV) Program via LIVE STREAMING 11 a,m,to noon, Thursday, May 23
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • "Chess Chat" hosts George Mirijanian and Dave Couture will present complete results of the 2024 FIDE Candidates Tournament in Toronto.
  • Presented with analysis will be Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa vs. Gukesh Dommaraju game, won by the FIDE Candidates winner.
  • This is Episode No. 191 of "Chess Chat."
  • "Chess Chat" debuted on Fitchburg Access Television (FATV) in October 2006.

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