Russian
Chess
Federation
FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich Visits Kazan
FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich Visits Kazan
To inspect playing conditions before FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament.  
Alexander Grischuk Advances to Final of Moscow Grand Prix Leg
Alexander Grischuk Advances to Final of Moscow Grand Prix Leg
Ian Nepomniachtchi and Radoslaw Wojtaszek to play tie-break.  
Andrey Filatov Presented with Order of Friendship
Andrey Filatov Presented with Order of Friendship
The ceremony took place at the Kremlin’s St Catherine Hall.  

May 16-29, 2019

Moscow Grand Prix

// Games
May 16-29

Moscow Grand Prix

// About the tournament
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11 May 2019
When a Rest Day Is Needed

Dmitry Kryakvin’s report from the Russian Team Championship held in the Zhemchuzhina Hotel

5 May 2019
Leningrad Chess on the March

Dmitry Kryakvin shares about initial rounds of the Russian Team Championships

19 April 2019
Chess History of Kazan – Now and 135 Years Ago

Dmitry Kryakvin goes over major chess development milestones in Tatarstan

11 April 2019
Stellar Level

Eteri Kublashvili’s final report from the Vugar Gashimov Memorial

10 April 2019
Vladislav Artemiev: This is Just the Beginning

The European champion answered Eteri Kublashvili’s questions

9 April 2019
Scoring a Double Four

Eteri Kublashvili’s report from Round 8 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial 

8 April 2019
Pressing to Lost Time Round 7 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial reported by Eteri Kublashvili
8 April 2019
Home-cooked Victory

Eteri Kublashvili’s report from Round 6 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial

5 April 2019
Chasing the Champion

Eteri Kublashvili keeps reporting from Shamkir

4 April 2019
Another Peaceful Day Eteri Kublashvili reporting about Round 4 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial
3 April 2019
Advent of a Leader

Eteri Kublashvili reporting about Round 3 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial

2 April 2019
Endgame Lesson from the Champion

Round 2 of the sixth Vugar Gashimov Memorial reported by Eteri Kublashvili

Position of the day

Moscow

Nepomniachtchi - Wojtaszek
Mistake worth a point: Black's position became hopeless after 18...Bc5? 19.b4! Bd6 20.c4!. Ian Nepomniachtchi advanced to the final of the first FIDE Grand Prix leg.