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29.04.2005 The official statement of Vladimir Kramnik
World champion Vladimir Kramnik made the official statement about the proposed FIDE championship.
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29.04.2005 Nigel Short's opinion
Grandmaster Nigel Short answers the new questions by the ACP.
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29.04.2005 January’s Laureates: Anand – Adams, Leko – Svidler
International grandmasters Alexey Bezgodov and Evgeniy Najer annotate the best games of January. Read in the section "Creativity".
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28.04.2005 V.Barsky “City where nothing happens”
The international master Vladimir Barsky tells about the Club championship of Russia in Dagomys. Read the article in the section “Competitions”. The resulting information will be available next week. (available in Russian)
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28.04.2005 Michael Adams on books
Grandmaster Michael Adams answers the new ACP questions about the chess literature.
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26.04.2005 The best game of March
The grandmaster Evgeny Gleizerov annotates the game Dreev – Dominguez that was recognized by our experts as the best encounter of March. Read more (available in Russian)
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26.04.2005 Unbracked interview of E.Sveshnikov
The grandmaster Evgeny Sveshnikov known for his fidelity to principle and independence gave an exclusive interview to our correspondent, international master V.Barsky. Read more (available only in Russian)
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22.04.2005 Pavel Eljanov's opinion
Grandmaster Pavel Eljanov answers the new questions by the ACP.
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22.04.2005 Mark Dvoretsky. New article
Mark Dvoretsky returns to the endgame positions from his earlier publications and makes several instructive corrections that he has found recently. Read the article in the section "Creativity" in Russian.
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20.04.2005 The game Dreev–Dominguez becomes theMarch laureate
The international master Maxim Notkin sums up the results of experts’ voting in defining the best games that were played in the chess world during the March of 2005. Till the end of April visitors will have an opportunity to read the survey of all the candidate games of this month. And already in the first decade of May you’ll be able to appreciate the new April list...
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20.04.2005 Children’s festival in Dagomys
The most promising young chess players of St. Petersburg, who participated in the last two years' city championship finals – Maxim Matlakov and Nikita Vitiugov – won U14 and U18 championships of Russia and qualified for the world championship. Anish Giri, Daria Efremova (U12) and Olga Lelekova (U18) took the second places and qualified for the European championships. 12-years old Artiom Smirnov, Nastya Bodnaruk (who contrived to loose two concluding games in U14), Marina Lupik (U18) won bronze medals. It’s probably the first time when the young chess players from our city have taken so many medals (8!). Our congratulations to the champions and medalists, their coaches and parents!
Our players Vera Sokolova (U12) and Maxim Matlakov (the latter added another gold medal of U14) won two more gold medals in the Russian rapid championship.
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20.04.2005 Club championship of Russia
Our strongest chess players have dispersed over other teams after the St. Petersburg chess federation withdrew the place in the Premier league of the club championship of Russia. Svidler plays for Kazan's “Ladja”, Alekseev became the head of “Lada” from Togliatti, Khalifman plays for “Termosteps” Samara, and Sakaev – for “Max Ven” Ekaterinburg. “TPS” from Saransk has become the most congenial team: three of our grandmasters – Popov, Ivanov and Yemelin are playing for this team. On the other hand, two teams from St. Petersburg will play in the Higher league, in which the teams will compete for the spot in the Premiere league – the team of the Junior Sports School of Chigorine’s Club (with Ionov, Loginov, Klimov, and other players from our city and the team of the Financial University (with Lugovoi, Vitiugov and some players from other cities). IM Vladimir Barsky, our correspondent at the Club championship, will inform our readers of the most interesting episodes and games of the Dagomys competition.
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20.04.2005 Club championship of Russia
Three teams represent our city in the women's club championship of Russia, two of them are from the Saint Petersburg Financial University. The first team consists of five grandmasters, Sudakova and Korbut who come from Saint Petersburg are among them. Kirillova became the leader of the second team, experienced Bystriakova plays at a lower board, and the rest are the young students. Dushenok, Molchanova, Sirotkina, Rakitskaya play for the Junior Sports School of Chigorine’s Club. The first team would hardly keep the champion’s title, as there is a “monster” team ABC with the world champion Stefanova, European ex-champion Zhukova, and brilliant Kosintseva sisters among the participants.
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20.04.2005 Teimour Radjabov's opinion
GM Teimour Radjabov answers the new questions by the ACP.
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19.04.2005 Alexey Dreev's opinion
GM Alexey Dreev answers the new questions by the ACP.
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15.04.2005 Mark Dvoretsky's opinion
Famous chess trainer Mark Dvoretsky answers the new questions by the ACP.
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13.04.2005 Sergey Rublevsky's opinion
Grandmaster Sergey Rublevsky answers the new questions by the ACP.
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13.04.2005 S. Klimov. HARDSHIP OF CALCULATION.
International master Sergey Klimov prepared the first part of his research dedicated to psychological difficulties of choosing candidate moves in various positions. Read in the section "Theory and practice"
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11.04.2005 Emil Sutovsky annotates...
Israeil grandmaster Emil Sutvosky set up a new height – three of his February games were selected for our top list. The Aeroflot open 2005 winner annotates his encounter against Valerij Filippov for our readers. Read in the section "Creativity"…
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05.04.2005 PEN OF A WUNDERKIND: 11-year-old Nikita Vitiugov
Nikita Vitiugov presents his view on his won game against Muscovite Alexey Kim (a grandmaster now) that took place at the Russian under 12 championship in 1998. Vitiugov made his final grandmaster norm at the Chigorine's Memorial in 2004. Read the article in the section "Creativity".
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