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Alexandra Kosteniuk Loses First Semifinal Game
Alexandra Kosteniuk Loses First Semifinal Game
Tan Zhongyi won a starting game in another semifinal.  
Harika Dronavalli Advances to Semifinals
Harika Dronavalli Advances to Semifinals
She defeated Nana Dzagnidze on tie-break.  
Grischuk, Jakovenko Are Chasing Leaders in Sharjah
Grischuk, Jakovenko Are Chasing Leaders in Sharjah
Five rounds of the FIDE Grand Prix event are played.  
February 10 - March 5

Women's World Championship

// About the tournament
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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.
30 December 2016
Dmitry Andreikin: You Just Need to Play Strong Chess The European Blitz Champion answered the questions of Dmitry Kryakvin.
28 December 2016
No Feast Without Tiebreak The closing day of the Nutcracker generation tournament in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
27 December 2016
Do not Scatter Your Gauntlets! Round one of the Nutcracker rapid section in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
26 December 2016
Transition into New Time Format Round Four of the Nutcracker Tournament in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
25 December 2016
Crack in the Wall Round Three of the Nutcracker Tournament in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
24 December 2016
Out for Revenge Round Two of Nutcracker in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
23 December 2016
Catching on a Virus of Draws Round One of the Nutcracker in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
21 December 2016
Nutcracker Grants a Ticket to Zurich Review of the traditional Generation Tournament opening ceremony.
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.