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The Chess European Club Cups 2019 took place in Budva (Montenegro), 9th-17th November. 7 round Swiss.
Open: 1. Obiettivo Risarcimento Padova - 14 out of 14 scores, 2. AVE Novy Bor - 12, 3. Mednyi Vsadnik St.Petersburg - 11.
Obiettivo Risarcimento Padova: Richard Rapport, Michael Adams, Peter Leko, Francisco Vallejo Pons, Gawain Jones, Ivan Saric, Daniele Vocaturo, Sabino Brunello.
Women: 1. Nona - 11 out of 14 scores, 2. Kyiv Chess Federation - 10 (118), 3. Cercle d'Echecs de Monte-Carlo - 10 (110.5).
Nona: Nana Dzagnidze, Lela Javakhishvili, Nino Batsiashvili, Bela Khotenashvili, Salome Melia.

The Hamburg FIDE Grand Prix 2019 was held in Germany, 4th-18th November.
Final: Alexander Grischuk - Jan-Krzysztof Duda 3.5-2.5.
Semifinals: Jan-Krzysztof Duda - Daniil Dubov 3.5-2.5.
Alexander Grischuk - Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 1.5-0.5.

The first official FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Championship 2019 was held in Henie Onstad Kunstsenter at Hovikodden, Baerum, near Oslo (Norway), 27th October - 2nd November.
Final: Wesley So - Magnus Carlsen 13.5 - 2.5. Wesley So is the Fischer Random Chess Champion 2019.
For 3rd place: Ian Nepomniachtchi - Fabiano Caruana 12.5 - 5.5.

The European Team Championships 2019 took place in Batumi (Georgia), 24th October - 3rd November.
Open: 1. Russia - 15 out of 18 scores, 2. Ukraine - 14 (236.5), 3. England - 14 (219).
Women: 1. Russia - 16 out of 18 scores, 2. Georgia - 15, 3. Azerbaijan - 14.

The FIDE chess.com Grand Swiss 2019 was held in the Isle of Man, 10th-21st October.
1-2. Wang Hao, Fabiano Caruana - 8 out of 11 scores, 3-8. Kirill Alekseenko, Levon Aronian, David Anton Guijarro, Magnus Carlsen, Hikaru Nakamura, Nikita Vitiugov - 7.5. Wang Hao qualified for the Candidates Tournament 2020 in Yekaterinburg (Russia).

The World Chess Cup 2019 took place in Khanty-Mansiysk (Russia), 9th September - 4th October.
Final: Teimour Radjabov - Ding Liren 6-4. Teimour Radjabov wins the World Chess Cup 2019. Teimour Radjabov and Ding Liren have qualified for the Candidates Tournament 2020 in Yekaterinburg (Russia).
For 3rd place: Maxime Vachier-Lagrave - Yu Yangyi 4-2.
Semifinals: Ding Liren - Yu Yangyi 2.5-1.5. Teimour Radjabov - Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 1.5-0.5.

The Skolkovo Women's FIDE Grand Prix 2019 was held in Moscow (Russia), 10th-23rd September.
1. Koneru Humpy - 8 out of 11 scores, 2-3. Ju Wenjun, Aleksandra Goryachkina - 7.5.

The Russian Chess Championships 2019 Super Finals were held in Izhevsk, 10th-22nd August.
1. Evgeny Tomashevsky - 7 out of 11 scores, 2-4. Nikita Vitiugov, Maxim Matlakov, Ernesto Inarkiev - 6.5.
Women: 1-2. Olga Girya, Natalija Pogonina - 8 out of 11 scores, 3. Aleksandra Goryachkina - 7.5. Tiebreak, rapid: Pogonina-Girya 1-2 (Girya wins Armageddon).

The Czech Open 2019 was held in Pardubice, 19th-28th July. Swiss, 9 rounds.
1. Jiri Stocek - 7.5 out of 9 scores, 2-10. Viktor Laznicka, Sergei Movsesian, Mikhail Demidov, Adam Kozak,Vlastimil Babula, Pier Luigi Basso, Jorden Van Foreest, Vojtech Plat, Viktor Gazik - 7.

The Riga FIDE Grand Prix 2019 was held in Latvia, 12th-25th July.
Final: Shakhriyar Mamedyarov - Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 5-4.
Semifinals: Wesley So - Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 0.5-1.5.
Alexander Grischuk - Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 0.5-1.5.

The Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting 2019 was held in Germany, 13th-21st July.
1. Leinier Dominguez Perez - 4.5 out of 7 scores, 2-5. Ian Nepomniachtchi, Radoslaw Wojtaszek, Richard Rapport, Teimour Radjabov - 4.

The Croatia Grand Chess Tour 2019 took place in Zagreb, 26th June - 8th July.
1. Magnus Carlsen - 8 out of 11 scores, 2. Wesley So - 7, 3-4. Levon Aronian, Fabiano Caruana - 6,

The FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament 2019 was held in Kazan (Russia), 29th May - 17th June.
1. Aleksandra Goryachkina - 9.5 out of 14 scores, 2. Anna Muzychuk - 8 3-4. Kateryna Lagno. Tan Zhongyi - 7, 5-6. Mariya Muzychuk, Nana Dzagnidze - 6.5, 7. Alexandra Kosteniuk - 6, 8. Valentina Gunina - 5.5. Aleksandra Goryachkina will play vs Women's World Chess Champion Ju Wenjun in 2020.

The Norway Chess 2019 tournament took place in Stavanger, June 3rd -15th.
1. Magnus Carlsen - 13.5, 2-3. Levon Aronian, Yu Yangyi - 10.5.

The Moscow FIDE Grand Prix 2019 was held in Russia, May 16th-30th.
Final: Ian Nepomniachtchi - Alexander Grischuk 2.5-1.5.
Semifinals: Ian Nepomniachtchi - Radoslaw Wojtaszek 3.5-2.5.
Alexander Grischuk - Hikaru Nakamura 1.5-0.5.

The GRENKE Chess Classic 2019 was held in Germany, April 20th-29th.
1. Magnus Carlsen - 7.5 out of 9 scores, 2. Fabiano Caruana - 6, 3-4. Arkadij Naiditsch, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave - 5,

The Shamkir Chess 2019, Vugar Gashimov Memorial was held in Azerbaijan, 31st March - 10th April.
1. Magnus Carlsen - 7 out of 9 scores, 2-3. Ding Liren, Sergey Karjakin - 5, 4-5. Teimour Radjabov, Alexander Grischuk - 4.5.

The US Chess Championships 2019 took place in Saint Louis, United States of America, March 20th - 2nd April.
Open: 1. Hikaru Nakamura - 8 out of 11 scores, 2-3. Leinier Dominguez Perez, Fabiano Caruana - 7.5,
U.S. Women's Championship 2019: 1. Jennifer Yu - 10 out of 11 scores, 2-3. Tatev Abrahamyan, Anna Zatonskih - 7.5,

The European Individual Chess Championship 2019 took place in Skopje (North Macedonia), 18th-29th March.
1-2. Vladislav Artemiev, Nils Grandelius - 8.5 out of 11 scores.

The World Team Championships 2019 was held in Astana (Kazakhstan) 5th-14th March.
Open: 1. Russia - 16 out of 18 scores, 2. England - 13, 3. China - 12, 4. India - 11 (22), 5. USA - 11 (20.5), 6. Iran - 8 (18), 7. Azerbaijan - 8 (16.5), 8. Kazakhstan - 4 (14.5), 9. Sweden - 4 (10.5), 10. Egypt - 3.
Women: 1. China - 18 out of 18 scores, 2. Russia - 14, 3. Georgia - 12 (23), 4. Ukraine - 12 (20.5), 5. Kazakhstan - 10, 6. India - 9, 7. USA - 7, 8. Armenia - 4 (15). 9. Hungary - 4 (11.5), 10. Egypt - 0,

The Gibraltar Chess Festival 2019 was held in Caleta, 21st-31st January.
1. Vladislav Artemiev - 8.5 out of 10 scores, 2. Karthikeyan Murali - 8, 3-5. Nikita Vitiugov, David Howell, David Anton Guijarro - 7.5.

The New Zealand Open Championship 2019 took place in Auckland 14th-24th January. The 126th New Zealand Chess Congress.
1-2. Brandon Clarke (England), Timur Gareyev (USA) - 7 out of 9 scores, 3-8. Vasily Papin (Russia), Darryl Johansen (Aus), Aleksandar Wohl (Aus), Anthony Ker (NZ), Dusan Stojic (Aus), Russell Dive (NZ), Leonid Sandler (Aus) - 6.5. Anthony Ker and Russell Dive are the New Zealand Champions 2019.

The Wijk aan Zee Tournament 2019 was held in The Netherlands, January 12th-27th.
1. Magnus Carlsen - 9 out of 13 scores, 2. Anish Giri - 8.5, 3-5. Ian Nepomniachtchi, Ding Liren, Viswanathan Anand - 7.5.

The Hastings International Chess Congress 2018-2019 took place in England 28th December 2018 - 6th January 2019.
1-6. Oleg Korneev, Sarunas Sulskis, Daniel Gormally, Martin Petrov, Alexander Cherniaev, Conor Murphy - 7 out of 10 scores.

The Rilton Cup 2018-2019 took place in Stockholm (Sweden) 27th December 2018 - 5th January 2019.
1. Tamir Nabaty - 8 out of 9 scores, 2-4. Tiger Hillarp Persson, Sergey Volkov, Frode Olav Olsen Urkedal - 7.

The Erfurt Schachfestival 2018 was held in Germany 26th-30th December.
1-2. Dennes Abel, Raphael Lagunow - 6.5 out of 8 scores, 3-8. Julius Muckle, Gabor Nagy, Jonathan Carlstedt, Nikolas Lubbe, Cliff Wichmann - 6.

The Zurich Christmas Chess Open 2018 was held in Switzerland 26th-30th December. 1-5. Haik Martirosyan, Rasmus Svane, S.L Narayanan, Dennis Wagner, Andrei Istratescu - 5.5 out of 7 scores.

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