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Chess 3rd Women’s Chess Grand Prix Nalchik 2010

The 3rd Women's Chess Grand Prix takes place in Nalchik, Russia, 25th April (arrival) - 8 May (departure) 2010. Humpy Koneru, Pia Cramling, Yifan Hou, Tatania Kosintseva etc Source: The Week in Chess


Chess Letter from organizer to FIDE

During the 5th game of the World Championship match between Anand and Topalov, the electricity in Central Sofia went out, causing the playing hall to go dark. The Bulgarian organizer immediately issue an apology to FIDE and both parties. To: Mr. Georgios Makropoulo


Chess Judit beats Guseinov, Kramnik beats Kamsky

Round 1 (April 29) Kamsky, Gata - Radjabov, Teimour 1-0 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Polgar, Judit 1-0 Kramnik, Vladimir - Mamedov, Rauf 1-0 Guseinov, Gadir - Sutovsky, Emil 0-1 Round 2 (April 29) Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Kramnik, Vladimir 1-0 Su


Chess T. Kosintseva wins again at WGP

Another round and another win! Tatiana Kosintseva is clearly living up to the label given by G. Kasparov. He said back in 2004 that Tatiana is by far the most talented female player from Russia.After 5 rounds, she has 4.5 points and is 1.5 pt ahead of the next play


Chess Stunning results from WGP

Top seed Humpy Koneru of India lost again this round, this time with the White pieces! She is now -1 after 5 rounds at the Women's Grand Prix in Nalchik.Round 5 results:SNo.NameRtgRes.NameRtgSNo.3GMKoneru Humpy26220 - 1GMZhu Chen2476124WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22440


Chess Interview with Hou Yifan

Interview with young Chinese superstar Hou Yifanhttp://nalchik2010.fide.com/- Yifan, how many times did you visit Nalchik?- I am in Nalchik for the second time. I was here in 2008 on the Chess Championship.- Do you like this town?- I like it very much, because the


Chess Tablas en la quinta partida, Anand conserva su ventaja

 Leer Ajedrez // marca.com


Chess Much at stake in world chess match

The world chess championship match, which began Saturday in Sofia, Bulgaria, will determine the chess champion for the next two years. There is a hefty prize fund of 2 million euros (about $2.7 million), of which the winner will receive 60%. But even more is at sta


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