The Russian Youth and Junior Championships are taking place 15-30 April in Loo. The young stars of Russian including Urii Eliseev, Andrey Esipenko, Maxim Chigaev, Alexandra Goryachkina, Saveliy Golubov, Dmity Gordievsky, Kirill Alekseenko, David Paravyan, Daniil Yuffa, and Maxim Lugovskoy are among the participants.
Live games will be daily on Chessdom.com with TCEC analysis by Komodo, Stockfish and Houdini.
New: Another strongest event in history is starting this May 1st – the Top Computer Chess Championship 2016. There are 10 engines over 3100 ELO! Defending champion is Komodo, while Houdini will play with the new version 5. Find all the information here and follow the live games here