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30.09.2006 KIRSAN ILYUMZHINOV COMMENTS ON THE CURRENT EVENTS
FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov answered the questions about the current situation in the world championship match Kramnik – Topalov. Follow the link below.
more [source: www.worldchess2006.com]


30.09.2006 Photographic report №4
Our contributor Misha Savinov sent his fourth photographic report devoted to the frustrative game that had to be played on Friday, September 29.
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30.09.2006 OPEN LETTER №2 OF VLADIMIR KRAMNIK
Vladimir Kramnik’s second Open Letter adressed to FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov was published on the official site of the match. Follow the link below.
more [source: www.worldchess2006.com]


30.09.2006 RUSSIAN CHESS FEDERATION IS ON KRAMNIK’S SIDE
Yesterday RCF’s statement in Kramnik’s support was published on the official website of Russian Chess Federation. It is adressed to FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov. Follow the link below.
more [source: russiachess.ru]


30.09.2006 ILYUMZHINOV IS ON TOPALOV’S SIDE!
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov’s Open Letter to Vladimir Kramnik was published on FIDE website. FIDE President informed of his full trust in the members of the Match Appeals Committee and their latest decisions. Ilyumzhinov asked Kramnik to continue his participation in the world championship match.
more [source: www.worldchess2006.com]


30.09.2006 THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH IS DELAYED. WE ARE WAITING FOR TOMORROW
As informed our contributor Misha Savinov, FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov announced that he decided to postpone today’s game. It is possible that the opponents will play next game tomorrow.
more [source: www.worldchess2006.com]


30.09.2006 The best game of August: Zvjaginsev - Zhang Pengxiang
International master Maxim Notkin concludes the expert voting for the best game of August.
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30.09.2006 Photographic report №3
Our contributor Mikhail Savinov sent his third photographic report devoted to the third and the fourth games of the world championship match Topalov - Kramnik.
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29.09.2006 THE FIFTH GAME HASN'T BEEN PLAYED TODAY
The fifth game started at 15:22 but the fact is that Vladimir Kramnik refused playing because his demands were not satisfied. The Russian chessplayer appeared at Makropoulos press conference and made a statement saying that he is ready to play the fifth game tomorrow in accordance with the rules accepted before the match.
more [source: www.chessbase.com]


29.09.2006 KRAMNIK TEAM’S OPEN LETTER
Kerstin Hansel announces that Topalov team’s protest is absolutely groundless. Kramnik’s manager considers that it is necessary to replace the members of the Appeals Committee because they curtail Kramnik’s rights. If these rights won’t be kept, Vladimir Kramnik will think over the participation in the match.
more [source: chessbase.com]


29.09.2006 NEW DEMANDS OF TOPALOV TEAM
The Bulgarian delegation fired off another protest in reply to the decision of the Appeals Committee. Now Topalov’s participation in the world championship match depends on the realization of these demands.
more [source: chessbase.com]


29.09.2006 Decision of the Appeal`s Committee of the Match Topalov-Kramnik
FIDE is publishing the Decision of the Appeal`s Committee of the World Chess Championship Match Topalov-Kramnik to the Appeal of the Head of the Bulgarian Delegation Mr. Silvio Danailov English translation, dated 28 September 2006
more [source: fide.com]


28.09.2006 Kramnik leads 3:1 after four games
The fourth game of the world championship match between Veselin Topalov and Vladimir Kramnik ended in a draw on the 54th move. Now the score is 3:1 in favor of the Russian. Tomorrow is a rest day. The fifth game will be played on Friday, September 29.
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27.09.2006 Geller Memorial
The Geller Memorial ended in Odessa, Ukraine. Five players shared the fist place in the A-tournament with 6.5 out of 9: grandmasters Brodsky, Zubarev (both Kharkov), Vysochin (Kiev) and Golubev (Odessa), and international master Zubov (Nikolaev). 68 players participated in the main tournament, including 11 grandmasters. In the mass B-tournament there were 106 players. It was won by V.Kholkin, rated 2000.
more [source: www.chess.odessa.ua]


27.09.2006 Photographic report №2
Our correspondent Mikhail Savinov sent us his second photographic report, with photos from the first and second games of the WCC.
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25.09.2006 VICTOR TOPOROV. A PARADOX OF THE MATCH
St. Petersburg writer Victor Toporov has his own view on the match in Elista between Kramnik and Topalov. Added to the Competitions section.
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25.09.2006 SECOND WIN OF VLADIMIR
The second game of the match, in which Topalov had White, ended on the 64th move. Vladimir Kramnik won again. The score is now 2-0 in favor of the Russian player. Tomorrow is a day off. The third game will be played on Tuesday.
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25.09.2006 CANDIDATES MATCHES IN ELISTA
At the FIDE Presidential Board which gathered on September 22-23 in Elista, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov suggested organizing all the candidates matches or candidates tournament in Elista. Our correspondent Misha Savinov informs that April 5 is tentative date for the start of the event, according to Berik Balgabaev, helper of the FIDE President.
more [source: www.worldchess2006.com]


25.09.2006 VLADIMIR KRAMNIK TAKES THE LEAD
The first game of the world championship match ended in Kramnik's favor on the 75th move. Follow the link below to find the online commentary of this game by grandmasters Sakaev and Yemelin.
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23.09.2006 European Junior Championship
The European Junior championships in rapid chess ended in Montenegro. Two players from St. Petersburg won silver medals: Shimanov (B-14) and Lanin (B-18). Linchevsky (B-16) from Leningrad region also took the second place in his group. The following players became champions: Milutinovic (Serbia) and Lugovskoj (Russia) (G-10, B-10), Lezhepekova and Savitsky (both Russia) (U-12), Voinovic (Serbia) and Ter-Sakhakian (Armenia) (U-14), Sadykhova (Russia) and Normantas (Lithuania) (U-16), Airapetian (Russia) and S.Zhigalko (Belarus) (U-18). Valentina Gunina (Russia) and Sergey Zhigalko (Belarus) won the European Cup in rapid chess; the latter defeated Lanin (Russia) in the final.
more [source: www.scgchess.org]


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