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31.05.2006 Chess Olympiad photos - report №2
Photographic report Number two by Vladimir Barsky is now available.
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31.05.2006 RUSSIAN UNDER-8 CHAMPIONSHIP
Russian under-8 championship ended in Kostroma. Temirlan Baltabaev from Naberezhnye Chelny became the champion among boys, and Evgeniya Kolokoltsova from Kemerovo won the girls' event. Egor Kuzmin (6th) and Ekaterina Evdokimova (9th) showed the best result among St. Petersburg players. There were 30 children from our city in the championship.
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31.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
In the 10th round Russia (w) meets Bulgaria and Russia (m) meets Ukraine. Main contenders of our women's team, Ukraine and Georgia, are playing against each other today. The leaders of the main competition, Armenia and China, are also paired against each other. The standings: Ukraine 21, RUSSIA 20.5, Georgia 19, Bulgaria and China - both 18.5 (women); Armenia 26.5, China 25.5, France 24, RUSSIA and Ukraine 23.5.
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30.05.2006 Chess Olympiad photos - report №1
Vladimir Barsky, correspondent of our website and "Sport. Day after day" newspaper sent us his first photographic impressions.
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30.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
In the 9th round Russian men play against France, and Russian women meet the team China. Other key encounters of the men's event are Ukraine-Armenia, Georgia-China and USA-Czech Republic. The current standings: Armenia 24, RUSSIA and Ukraine - both 22, China, Georgia, USA and France - all 21.5 (men); RUSSIA 19, Ukraine 18.5, USA and China - both 17, Georgia 16.5 (women)
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30.05.2006 RUSSIANS MAKE DRAWS
Both Russian teams drew their 8th round matches - men shared points with Czech Republic, and women exchanged blows with the USA team. Svidler lost to Navara, Morozevich won on time against Babula, and the games Grischuk-Hracek and Bareev-Laznicka were drawn. Tatiana Kosintseva defeated the US women's champion Zatonskih, her sister Nadezhda lost to Krush, and Kovalevskaya drew with Goletiani.
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29.05.2006 OUR ANNOUCEMENT: e3e5 IN TURIN!
Tomorrow we'll start publishing photographic reports from the Chess Olympiad in Turin made by Vladimir Barsky, correspondent of "Sport. Day by day" newspaper and our website.
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29.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
The Russian teams will give rest to their leaders today: the men's team meets Czechs without Kramnik, and the women's team plays against USA without Kosteniuk.
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29.05.2006 Sergey Klimov. Dagomys cutting, rounds 8-11
International master Sergey Klimov concludes his report about the Russian Club Championship, which took place in Dagomys resort on the Black Sea.
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29.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
In the 7th round Russia won against Belarus 3-1. Kramnik def. Alekasndrov, Svidler def. Fedorov, Morozevich def. Azarov, and Bareev lost to Dydyshko. Armenia won against Netherlands 3-1. Ukraine defeated India 2.5-1.5. Armenia is first with 21 point, our team has 20 points. Russian women's team swept Slovaks 3-0, Kosteniuk def. Repkova, N.Kosintseva def. Hagarova, and Kovalevskaya def. Borosova. Ukraine won against Romania 2.5-0.5, USA defeated India. Russia leads with 17.5 points, Ukraine has 16.5, USA has 15.5.
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29.05.2006 SPASSKY DEFEATED KARPOV IN A MATCH!
Two former world champions played a two-game rapid (15 minutes + 3 seconds per move) match on Corsica, dividing the prize fund of 22 000 EUR. Boris Vassilyevich defeated Anatoly Evgenyevich 1.5-0.5.
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25.05.2006 TOPALOV-ANAND BECOMES THE BEST GAME OF 2005!
The experts of e3e5.com have voted for the best game of the year 2005. The prize goes to Topalov-Anand, MTel Masters-2005, Sofia. Alexander Khalifman, Sergey Rublevsky, Michal Krasenkow, Magnus Carlsen, Alexandra Kosteniuk and other notable players participated in the voting. Maxim Notkin tells about the procedure and offers short descriptions of the selected games. The reader can also find the complete information about each expert’s preferences.
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25.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
Today the Russian men's team meets with Armenia. Both teams have 13.5 points out of 16 and lead the field. Netherlands have 13 points and meet Uzbekistan (12.5). Our women's team in on a roll with 11.5/12 and plays against Ukraine (10). Other top pairings are Bulgaria (9.5) - USA (9.5) and Hungary (9) - China (9.5).
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25.05.2006 MEN: RUSSIA-CHINA 3-1, WOMEN: RUSSIA-LITHUANIA 3-0!
The Russian teams had an excellent day at the chess Olympiad. The men's team defeated China 3-1 - Svidler def. Zhang Zhong, Grischuk def. Zhang Pengxiang, games Kramnik-Bu Xiangzhi and Bareev-Wang Yu were drawn. Russian women's team saw off Lithuania 3-0 - T.Kosintseva def. Cmilyte, N.Kosintseva def. Ciukshyte and Kovalevskaya def. Daulyte.
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24.05.2006 ALEXANDER KENTLER. CROSSROADS
The editor dedicated his next column to the Chess Olympiad that has started in Turin, Italy. He presents some statistics of the Soviet and Russian teams.
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24.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
Probably the most important match of the entire men's event China-Russia is played today in the 4th round of the Olympiad. Both teams have 10.5/12. Uzbekistan (also 10.5) meets Ukraine (10). Netherlands and Greece also have 10 points. Russian women's team meets Lithuania, which is the only team having a perfect score, 9 out of 9. Russians have 8.5, China also has 8.5, Ukraine and Romania scored 8 points.
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24.05.2006 WORLD CHESS OLYMPIAD
In the 3rd round Russian defeated Germany 2.5-1.5. Kramnik and Bareev won their games, Morozevich made a draw, and Rublevsky lost to Graf (formerly known as Nenashev). Russia has 10.5 out of 12. Russian women's team defeated Poland 3-0, wins by Kosteniuk and Kosintseva sisters.
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23.05.2006 ALEXANDER KENTLER. CROSSROADS: DISTORTING MIRROR
The editor's column is dedicated to general issues of chess history and Mr Voronkov's article on the ChessPro.
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23.05.2006 ANATOLY KARPOV TUNRS 55!
An outstanding chess player, the 12th champion of the world Anatoly KARPOV celebrates his 55th birthday today. Our congratulations!
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22.05.2006 Tatiana Molchanova becomes St. Petersburg champion 2006
The 74th St. Petersburg women's championship came to an end yesterday. For the first time the title came to WIM Tatiana Molchanova. Tatiana is 25, she arrived to our city from Orsk (Orenburg Region), attends post-graduate studies in the North-Western Academy of State Service and heads the chess department of the Chigorin Club chess school. Her highest achievement was finishing second in the Russian Cup final 2002. Grandmaster Valery Popov is her trainer. In the last round Korbut def. Lupik, Soloviova got bye against Sirotkina, and the rest of the games were drawn - Bystryakova-Stiazhkina, Molchanova-Kirillova, Gromova-Sudakova. The final standings: 1.Molchanova 6, 2.Soloviova 5.5, 3.Kirillova 4.Gromova 5.Korbut 6.Lupik - all 5, 7.Bystryakova 4, 8.Sirotkina, 9.Sudakova - both 3.5, 10.Stiazhkina 2.5.
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