Russian
Chess
Federation
Tal Memorial Continues Chess in Museums Project
Tal Memorial Continues Chess in Museums Project
The supertournament begins on September 25.  
Xiong (USA), Sadaukassova (Kazakhtan) Become World Junior Champions
Xiong (USA), Sadaukassova (Kazakhtan) Become World Junior Champions
Vladislav Artemiev took the silver, Dinara Dordzhieva got the bronze.  
European Junior Championships Begin in Prague
European Junior Championships Begin in Prague
Russia is represented by more than 130 players.  
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July 31 - August 13

Russian Junior Team Championship

// About the tournament
Topics:
14 August 2016
Reviving Old Traditions Mikhail Botvinnik Cup in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
11 August 2016
Pre-Olympic Records Eteri Kublashvili's review from Baku.
9 August 2016
Whatever RCF Decides is Right Latest intrigues and investigations in Dmitry Kryakvin's review from Suzdal.
7 August 2016
No Summit is Unconquerable The chess tourism festival "Kuznetsky Alatau" in the review of Vladimir Germansky.
5 August 2016
Any Smokers Here? Opening of the Russian Junior Team Championship in Suzdal in the review of Dmitry Kryakvin.
28 July 2016
Rapid at the Homeland of New Challenger Fans Grand Prix Cycle Stage in Barnaul in the review of Dmitry Kryakvin.
27 July 2016
Bringing Chess Closer to the Sky The Gelfand–Inarkiev match finale in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
25 July 2016
Gelfand Wins Ahead of Time Three rapid games of the Magas match in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
23 July 2016
Delay and Punishment Game six of the Gelfand-Inarkiev match in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
22 July 2016
Fighting Until the Lone Kings Game five of the Inarkiev–Gelfand match in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
20 July 2016
Battle in the Mountains and Duel in Nazran Two rest days and game four of the Gelfand-Inarkiev match in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
19 July 2016
Iceberg Game three of the Inarkiev–Gelfand match in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
Position of the day

Poikovsky

Jakovenko - Sutovsky
A nice-looking knight move: 14.Nd5+! A traditional tournament started in Poikovsky.
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