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Astana Open 2017

Astana Open 2017

The International Chess Festival ASTANA OPEN 2017 consists of 5 tournaments and a FIDE Arbiters' Seminar: The prize fund of the tournament is 35,000 USD. REGULATIONS

22 March 2017 Read More
Irish Chess Events 2017

Irish Chess Events 2017

The Cork Congress 2017 takes place from the 31 March - 2 April in the luxurious Gresham Metropole Hotel, Cork City, Ireland. Past winners include GM Gawain Jones, GM Simon Williams, GM Alex Baburin, GM Stuart Conquest and GM Dejan Bojkov.

22 March 2017 Read More
11th Tashkent OPEN, Memorial of Georgy Agzamov

11th Tashkent OPEN, Memorial of Georgy Agzamov

The international chess event 11th Tashkent OPEN, Memorial of Georgy Agzamov,  organized in Tashkent, Uzbekistan will be held from 1st May (arrival) till 11th May (departure), 2017. Total prize fund is 20 000 US dollars. The event is a 9-round Swiss. Time control: 90 minutes and a 30-second increment per move starting from move one. Tournament Regulations

22 March 2017 Read More
4 representatives of Armenia will participate in  European Women’s Individual Chess Championship

4 representatives of Armenia will participate in  European Women’s Individual Chess Championship

4 representatives of Armenia: GM Elina Danielyan, IMs Lilit Mkrtchyan, Lilit Galoyan and WIM Maria Gevorgyan will play in the tournament...

14 March 2017 Read More
Women’s World Chess Championship: Fourth game of the final match finished in a draw

Women’s World Chess Championship: Fourth game of the final match finished in a draw

The fourth classical game of the Women's World Chess Championship took place in the Espinas Palace Hotel in Tehran on March 2 and finished in a draw after 2, 5 hours of play. The score in the match remained level and it means that the fate of the match will be determined on tie-break with quicker time controls. The tie-break starts at 1 p.m. local time on the 3rd of March...

03 March 2017 Read More
Tan Zhongyi is a new Women’s World Chess Champion

Tan Zhongyi is a new Women’s World Chess Champion

Tan Zhongyi became 16th Women’s World Champion and the fifth Chinese player who won the highest title in the chess history.

03 March 2017 Read More
Women’s World Chess Championship: Anna Muzychuk ties the score

Women’s World Chess Championship: Anna Muzychuk ties the score

The third game of the Women's World Chess Championship final match was played in the Espinas Palace Hotel in Tehran on 1st of March. Anna Muzychuk, who was losing the final match after 2 games, managed to win the third encounter to level the score...

02 March 2017 Read More
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