Chess Set Online

Where Chess Is Promoted Everywhere


Goryachkina Strikes Back! After Match Moves To Russia

Aleksandra Goryachkina, Russia’s hope for Women’s World Chess Champion.

After series of draws from Game 1 to 3, Ju Wen Jun finally won in Game 4 but Goryachkina fights back in Game 5 followed by draws in Game 6 and 7 to even the match 3.5;3.5 in their 12-game FIDE Women’s World Championship Match.

2020 Women’s World Chess Championship Scores

The winner of the 2020 title will earn $558,000, the biggest prize ever for Women’s World Chess Championship.


Ariel Arrieta is an avid chess fan and a varsity chess player who loves promoting Chess everywhere. He founded (Chess Set Online) to help promote the game of chess anywhere in the world.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top