Russian
Chess
Federation

November 1-25, 2018

FIDE Women's World Championship

// Games
November 8-28, 2018

World Championship Match Carlsen – Caruana

// Games
November 8-28

World Championship Match Carlsen - Caruana

// About the tournament
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21 November 2018
Reeling Throne

Maxim Notkin analyzes games 1-2 of the final match between Ju Wenjun and Kateryna Lagno

18 November 2018
Opposite-colored Bishops Endgame Is Not a Panacea Semi-final of the Women's World Championship in the review by Maxim Notkin
15 November 2018
One Match at the Prize of Three Maxim Notkin reviews quarterfinals of the Women's World Championship
14 November 2018
Accounts Are Being Opened, Life Is Improving

Executive Director of the Russian Chess Federation Mark Glukhovsky reports from London

12 November 2018
Passed Pawns Are a Girl's Best Friend Round 3 of the Women's World Championship in the review by Maxim Notkin
9 November 2018
On the Verge of Loss and Beyond Second round of the Women's World Championship reviewed by Maxim Notkin
6 November 2018
Moderate Sensations Round 1 of Women's World Championship in review by Maxim Notkin
24 October 2018
Charm of Intellect

Eteri Kublashvili talks about the upcoming Women’s World Championship and other matters

10 October 2018
Fortune Will Return! Boris Dolmatovsky’s photo spread from the closing ceremony of the Chess Olympiad in Batumi
9 October 2018
A Tough Morning Chess

Vladimir Barsky and Eteri Kublashvili reporting about the Olympiad’s final round in Batumi

8 October 2018
Pros and Cons of Exchange Sacrifice

Vladimir Barsky and Eteri Kublashvili reporting about round ten of the Olympiad 

6 October 2018
And here I am, strolling through Batumi!

Boris Dolmatovsky’s photo spread from the capital of the chess Olympiad

Position of the day

Khanty-Mansiysk

Lagno - Ju Wenjun
A pendulum-rook is shaking Black's position: 34.Rh8! Kg6 35.Rf8 Rf7 36.Rg8+ Kh7 37.Rd8. Kateryna Lagno takes the lead in the final of the Women's World Championship.
Person of the day