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News ‘February, 2010’

Asia Continental Chess Championship 2010

Asia Continental Chess Championship 2010

Subic, Philippines, April 20-30 For yet another year The Philippines Chess Federation is holding the Asia Continental Chess Championships. The 2010 edition of the competition is going to take place in Subic, April 20-30 and the opening ceremony date will coincide with the opening of the WCC match Topalov – Anand. The Asia Continental will [...]

Chess Olympiad 2010 in Khanty Mansiysk

Chess Olympiad 2010 in Khanty Mansiysk

The Chess Olympiad 2010 in Khanty Mansiysk September 19 – October 4. It is the 39th editon of the Olympiad, coming after Dresden Chess Olympiad 2008 and preceeding the Chess Olympiad 2012 in Turkey.

As confirmed by the organizers and Alexander Filipenko, the preparation for the Olympiad is on schedule. Here is all the latest information.

Aeroflot chess 2010 round 1

Aeroflot chess 2010 round 1

Aeroflot chess 2010 is one of the strongest and most exciting tournaments of the year. With multiple titled players and balanced participation it secures interesting games, surprising results, and strong chess. Such was the situation in round 1 of the event.

Moscow Chess Open 2010

Moscow Chess Open 2010

In the last round, FIDE Grand Prix participant Ernesto Inarkiev wins a beautiful positional game against Sergey Volkov to leap forward and reach the shared first place. The experienced GM Evgeny Bareev, who held the Indian hope Krishnan Sasikiran to a draw, and GM Konstantin Chernyshov and GM Le Quang Liem, who split points on the first board, are also tied on the top, with 7.0 points each.

Etienne Bacrot and Antoaneta Stefanova currently top players in Rijeka

Etienne Bacrot and Antoaneta Stefanova currently top players in Rijeka

We are just a month away from the 11th European Individual Men and Women’s Chess Championship which will be held from 5th to 19th of March 2010 in Rijeka, in new sports hall “Center Zamet”. Even though the registration process is ongoing, it is important to mention that the current number of over 350 competitors is a very good indicator and we can already tell that this Championship will be the strongest ever.

Maxim Turov wins the title at Chennai Open

Maxim Turov wins the title at Chennai Open

Maxim Turov of Russia won the Chennai Open 2010 international chess tournament sponsored by LIC & ONGC and organized by Sports Promotion Foundation, today, collecting 9.5 points from 11 rounds and conceding only three draws. His title fetched him a cash prize of two lakh rupees. GM Ziaur Rahman of Bangladesh, R. Siddharth of Tamil Nadu and national junior champion M.R. Lalith Babu of Andhra Pradesh, tied for the second to fourth places scoring 9 points each.

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