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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Ian Nepomniachtchi
In Basque chess, revenge apparently is a dish served piping hot. Basque chess — a format I had never heard of before — pits two players against each other in a pair of simultaneous rapid (Game/25) games, with each player playing White in one game and Black in the other.
It's been the best of chess and the worst of chess at the Tata Steel Tournament, the traditional elite event held each January at the Dutch seaside town of Wijk aan Zee.