Fide Masters and brothers Maher and Hussain Ayyad will start as favourites while other leading Bahraini and expat chess enthusiasts will be looking forward to honing their skills further ahead of the much awaited Bahrain Open.
What does FM stand for?
FM stands for FIDE Master (chess)
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We have 98 other meanings of FM in our Acronym Attic
- Federal Methodology (financial need determination formula)
- Federated States of Micronesia (US postal abbreviation)
- Femtometer (10 E^-15, one quadrillionth of a meter)
- Ferdinand Marcos
- Fetal Movement
- Fibrosing Mediastinitis
- Fibrous Monolith
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With 21 players at the 2,600 level, it is one of the strongest Dubai Opens ever, with 36 Grandmasters, five Woman Grandmasters, 23 International Masters and 15 FIDE Masters in action.
KARACHI, February 02, 2012 (Balochistan Times): Countrys top two International Masters, one Fide Master and eight National Masters will be battling for the Zahiruddin Farooqi Trophy in the second Pakistan Chess Players Association (PCPA) competition which explodes into action at Hotel Beach Luxury on Thursday afternoon.
This sub-plot is sure to keep the calculators in action over the next few days, but it is important not to lose sight of the fact this is a bone fide Masters Series event, one that even those who have achieved their main goals for the season will be desperate to win.
Aside from taking contemporary songsmiths into the blues realm, Robillard visited songs by bona fide masters of the form.
Diagrams, sample games, tips, and warnings guide the reader into learning how to utilize or defend against Alekhine's Defence, in this smooth instructional written by FIDE Master, junior championship winner and international chess player John Cox.
Here is Dave Rowe's brother's win against a FIDE master from the US Virgin Islands at the Olympiad event.
These are Grandmaster, of which there are approximately 800 in the world; International Master (around 1,500) and FIDE Master (2,000 or more).