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Nana Dzagnidze Wins European Championship
Nana Dzagnidze Wins European Championship
Aleksandra Goryachkina is second, Alisa Galliamova is third.  
Russian Junior Championship in Classical Chess Begins
Russian Junior Championship in Classical Chess Begins
The event in Loo broke another attendance record.  
Vugar Gashimov Memorial Opens in Shamkir
Vugar Gashimov Memorial Opens in Shamkir
Kramnik and Karjakin are among the participants.  
April 12-17, 2017

Kortchnoi Zurich Chess Challenge

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18 March 2017
Ascension in Loo A picture report by Eteri Kublashvili from the All-Russian competitions among pupils of orphanages and boarding schools.
4 March 2017
Reacting Without Fail Big picture report by Eteri Kublashvili from a blitz tournament for the Region Group of Companies Cup.
3 March 2017
Medals, Cake and Camels Maria Emeljanova’s final picture report from the FIDE Grand Prix leg in Sharjah.
1 March 2017
No Forgiving Quick Draws by Caissa Maria Emeljanova’s picture report from the FIDE Grand Prix leg in Sharjah.
27 February 2017
Life in Cosmos The “Aeroflot Open” midline in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
24 February 2017
A Principled Opening Duel in Kemerovo IM Nikolai Vlassov shares his experience exploring the wilds of the Sicilian Defense.
23 February 2017
Shakh and Co on a Visit to Sheikhs Maria Emeljanova’s picture report from the FIDE Grand Prix leg in Sharjah.
8 February 2017
Dying Hard in the Grob Dmitry Kryakvin reacts to Hou Yifan's walkout with an essay on chess self-destruction.
2 February 2017
Mid-tournament Stars An interview with the Moscow Open director Artem Akhmetov and the tournament pictures in the report by Eteri Kublashvili.
29 January 2017
Thirteenth Opening of the International RSSU Chess Cup Moscow Open in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
3 January 2017
Alexander Riazantsev: Can Anything Be Achieved Without Setting Goals First? The European Blitz Champion answered the questions of Dmitry Kryakvin.
2 January 2017
1TV Hero The young and gifted boy Misha Osipov in the review of Boris Dolmatovsky.
Position of the day

Kutaisi

Dvoretsky - Kholmov
In memory of Mark Dvoretsky. This is his favorite kind of endgame - the one with opposite-colored bishops: 40.Ke4! Bxg3 41.c5!, and White wins.