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|Jul-15-07|| ||samsal27: Chanda simply crushed Tiviakov in 30 moves in the 9th round of the Canadian Open finally mating him. I hope that <chessgames.com> puts the game in his collection.|
|Jul-23-07|| ||Jim Bartle: That game vs. Tiviakov is the subject of Kavalek's column in the Washington Post today: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dy...|
|Aug-12-07|| ||samsal27: Sandipan will be playing in the Asian Zonal Championship which gets underway later this month in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Good luck to him!|
|Sep-20-07|| ||samsal27: Sandipan is playing Darwin Laylo of the Philippines after beating Pinoy Nouri Hamed yesterday in the first round.|
|Oct-09-07|| ||samsal27: Vishy Anand mentions Chanda's help in this interview - http://www.gulfnews.com/sport/Chess...|
|Dec-17-07|| ||samsal27: Chanda playing in the 4th edition of the Singapore Masters. Good luck to him! - http://sports.inquirer.net/inquirer...|
|Dec-24-07|| ||samsal27: Chanda finished 3rd 9behind Azmai and Zhang) which is quite good in a strong field. Congrats to him! - http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/da...|
|Aug-09-09|| ||indianchessupdates: India's Sandipan Chanda finished joint first with 7/9 in the 18th Kavala open 2009 and in the process crossed 2600 for the first time|
For more on Indian players results
|Aug-13-09|| ||wordfunph: I saw GM Chanda Sandipan in this year's Asian Individual Championship in Subic, he wore a high-waist slacks with matching white running shoes huh!|
Happy Birthday GM Sandipan!
|Aug-13-09|| ||Ragh: Happy Birthday!
He is currently playing in Zurich Chess Club 200th Anniversary (2009) tournament.
|Jan-02-10|| ||vonKrolock: His own <Holiday Puzzle> is onine: <Compose a position where White has only a bare king and Black has king and three pawns (no double pawns). It is Black to play and the result is a draw.> http://www.chessbase.com/puzzle/chr...|
|Jan-07-10|| ||vonKrolock: I believe that Siegfried Hornecker beat the <20 minutes> record for solving <The Chandra Puzzle>, because he used already a similar position for one of his Studies... (ps. Not yet published so far in chessbase, and not yet 'spoiled' around in the web)|
|Jan-07-10|| ||vonKrolock: <not yet 'spoiled' around in the web)> Well, a more thorough search leads to the oposite conclusion, and this since December 31th, so <spoiler alert!> (invisible ink...) http://www.chessproblem.net/viewtop...|
|Feb-02-10|| ||indianchessupdates: .|
with one more round to go in 8th Gibtelecom Chess Festival Masters
GM Chanda is at 6/8 pts
Chanda takes on IM Boskovic,Drasko
and has good chance at the title
|Feb-04-10|| ||indianchessupdates: .|
8th Gibtelecom Chess Festival 2010
Chanda Sandipan tied for first place with 9 players with 7.5/10 points. The top four players on tie-break played off in a knockout.
Michael Adams beat Jan Gustafsson 2-1
Francisco Vallejo Pons beat Chanda Sandipan 1.5-0.5.
Adams beat Vallejo 1.5-0.5 in the final of the playoff to take the title.
Paco Vallejo Pons of Spain won his first game quite comfortably against Chand Sandipan of India. He was comfortable in the second game but Sandipan fought back to the point where he should have won, only the make a terrible blunder which cost him the win. Chanda earned 13 elo points from this open.
for more visit
|Mar-18-12|| ||shivasuri4: In the 12th round of the Bundesliga 2011-12, Sandipan Chanda of SG Solingen lost to Polish GM Bartosz Socko of Dresden in a 37 move Giuoco Piano.He blundered in an even position at move 30 with Rd1 (instead of Rh5)and the position collapsed soon after.|
|Mar-20-12|| ||shivasuri4: In the 13th round, Sandipan Chanda displayed fine endgame technique to beat IM Rene Stern of SK Konig Tegel in 69 moves.The opening was an English,Neo Catalan Declined.Sandipan gained a distinct advantage on move 42 and held it throughout to convert a win in the rook and pawns endgame.|
|Nov-18-12|| ||waustad: He beat Baadur Jobava today in UAE. Here is a link: http://api.livechesscloud.com/live/...|
It is probably ephemeral.
|Dec-06-12|| ||sanjoyg: Apart from Jobava he has beaten Liem & Ni hua in same tourney ,,, But chessbase database is not updated ...|
|Feb-01-13|| ||ketchuplover: Doing fine in Gibraltar so far.|
|Nov-10-13|| ||Lovuschka: Well, here is the study I made back then (after the incorrect introduction), for me it was clear how the position would look like with a third pawn but my position is more instructive.|
click for larger view
Black to move, White draws (composed 30.xi.2005!)
1.-Kb7! 2.Kb3! Kb6 3.Kb4!zz a5+ 4.Kc4, etc.
Not: 2.Kb4? Kb6!zz
Not: 3.Kc4? Ka5 4.K:d4 Kb4, etc.
|Nov-10-13|| ||RedShield: SandyPandy, pudding and pie, kissed Aruna, made Vishy cry.|
|Jun-09-14|| ||NeoIndian: His First Name is 'Sandipan' and the Surname (Title) is 'Chanda', So Sandipan Chanda is appropriate, and Mr. Chanda, in short.|
Nice trolling by the previous poster, by the way.
|Nov-26-17|| ||FSR: A shame that Chanda never played Joseph Daniel Lear.|
|Aug-13-18|| ||diagonal: Sandipan placed twice first ex aequo at the prestigious Gibraltar Open, namely in 2010 and again in 2013, in both years finishing as semi-finalist after the speed play-off tie-breaks.|
<8th Gibtelecom Chess Festival 2010>
There was a tie for first place of nine (!) players at 7.5/10. The top four players on tie-break played off in a knockout. Michael Adams beat Jan Gustafsson and Francisco Vallejo Pons beat Chanda Sandipan. <Michael Adams> beat Vallejo Pons in the final of the playoff to take the tournament title.
<11th Tradewise Chess Festival 2013>
Four players tied on 8/10 and took part in a rapid playoff. <Nikita Vitiugov> beat Chanda Sandipan in the semi-finals and Nigel Short (who beat Maxime Vachier-Lagrave in the other semi-finals) in the final to emerge as the eventual winner.
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