• Zia survives son scare

    A unique incident took place in the Premier Division Chess League yesterday as Grand Master Ziaur Rahman took on his 11-

  • Carlsen's 3rd in a row

    Norwegian Magnus Carlsen extended his dominance over the chess world on Wednesday by winning the World Chess

  • Carlsen wins 3rd World Chess Championship

    Norwegian Magnus Carlsen extended his dominance over the chess world by winning the World Chess Championship for the third consecutive time on Wednesday, beating his Russian challenger Sergei Karyakin in a tiebreaker.

  • Razib after 10 yrs

    Grand Master Enamul Hossain Razib reclaimed the National Chess Championship title after 10 years when the country's fifth

  • Rakib, Razib share the lead

    Grand Masters Abdullah Al Rakib and Enamul Hossain Razib shared the lead at the end of the 10th round of the OMICON 42nd

  • Nazrana still at the top

    WFM Nazrana Khan Eva has yet to lose her solo lead in the Saif Global Sports

  • Nazrana at the top

    WFM Nazrana Khan Eva took the solo lead in the Saif Global Sports 36th National Chess Championship at the close of the fourth

  • Hamid, Eva in lead

    WIM Rani Hamid and WFM Nazrana Khan Eva shared the lead at the close of the third round of the Saif Global Sports 36th

  • Three share lead in women's chess

    Three players shared the lead at the close of the second round of Saif Global Sports 36th National Women's Chess Championship,

  • BD experience worst-ever result

    The Bangladesh men's chess team produce their worst-ever result in a Chess Olympiad in the 42nd Chess Olympiad in Baku on

  • Lowly finish for Bangladesh

    Bangladesh produced their worst performance in recent history of the Chess Olympiad, with the men's team finishing 76th and the women's team 77th, in the 42nd edition of the tournament which finished on Tuesday in Azrbaijan capital Baku.

  • Contrasting fortunes for BD teams

    Bangladesh men's team slips to 76th position after losing to Serbia 3-1 in the 42nd Chess Olympiad.

  • Women win, men draw

    Bangladesh men's chess team drew against United Arab Emirates by 2-2 points in the sixth round of the 42nd Chess Olympiad in

  • Chess teams lose

    Bangladesh men's chess team drops 25 places to 51st position after losing by 05-3.5 points against Germany.

  • Chess teams back to winning ways

    Bangladesh men's and women's chess teams get back to winning ways in the third round of the 42nd Chess Olympiad in Baku,

  • Chess teams suffer defeats

    Bangladesh men's chess team suffers a narrow 2.5-1.5 point defeat to Norway in the second round of 42nd Chess Olympiad in Azerbaijan.

  • Shakil ends in 22nd place

    International Master Abu Sufian Shakil became 22nd in the Commonwealth Chess Championship after losing the last round

  • Shakil up to third

    International Master Abu Sufian Shakil returns to winning ways in the Commonwealth Games, beating Sri Lankan Priyankara.

  • Shakil falls further

    International Master Abu Sufian Shakil tasted his first defeat in the Commonwealth Chess Championship in the fifth round at

  • Shakil slips to second

    International Master Abu Sufian Shakil slips from the top position of the Commonwealth Chess Championship at the close of the fourth round.

  • Fahad sets his sights on IM norms

    Mohammad Fahad Rahman, the youngest FIDE Master of Bangladesh, has set an ambitious target to achieve the International

  • Bangladeshi young chess prodigy wins Dubai title

    The youngest FIDE Master of Bangladesh Mohammad Fahad Rahman, clinched the title of the 14th Dubai Juniors Chess

  • Fahad's Dubai triumph

    Fahad Rahman, the youngest FIDE Master of Bangladesh, clinched the title of the 14th Dubai Junior Chess Tournament, after a tense ninth and final round today, according to the official website of the tournament.

  • Fahad wins Dubai title

    Fahad Rahman, the youngest FIDE Master of Bangladesh, clinched the title of the 14th Dubai Junior Chess Tournament, after a tense ninth and final round today, according to the official website of the tournament.

  • Hefty promises by new chess fed GS

    After being elected the new general secretary of Bangladesh Chess Federation (BCF), Syed Shahabuddin Shamim has promised to do everything they need to do to produce new Grand Masters and International Masters in the next four years.

  • Stay order on chess fed polls

    A high court division bench yesterday passed an order to halt the election of Bangladesh Chess Federation (BCF) for

  • Rakib shares third spot

    Grandmaster Abdullah Al Rakib earned three points from four games to share the third spot with 32 other players in the 18th Dubai

  • Good start for BD players

    GM Abdullah Al Rakib, GM Enamul Hossain Razib and IM Minhaz Uddin won their first round games of the 18th Dubai

  • Bangladesh finish seventh

    The Bangladesh chess team finished seventh in the Asian Nations Chess Cup after suffering a straight 4-0 defeat to Iran in the ninth and final round held at Novotel Abu Dhabi Al Bustan Hotel in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

  • BD return to winning ways

    The Bangladesh chess team returned to winning ways in the Asian Nations Cup Chess when they defeated Jordan 3.5-0.5 in the 8th round held in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

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