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Sergey Karjakin: Our Dispute With Carlsen Is Not Over Yet
Sergey Karjakin: Our Dispute With Carlsen Is Not Over Yet
Russian mass media writes about Karjakin.  
FIDE Announces Venues for 2017 Grand Prix series
FIDE Announces Venues for 2017 Grand Prix series
One of the tournaments will take place in Moscow.  
December 2-12, 2016

World Schools Chess Championship 2016

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24 November 2016
Magnus The Magnificent Vladimir Barsky's New York blog is now fully translated.
12 November 2016
On a Par with Trump The last-minute pre-start events in New York in the review of Vladimir Barsky.
10 November 2016
Alexandra Kosteniuk: I Switched to Chess Mode Very Quickly in Novosibirsk The Russian Champion answered Eteri Kublashvili's questions.
7 November 2016
Alexander Riazantsev: I've Been Missing Serious Tournaments Vladimir Barsky, the Russian Chess Federation website's editor-in-chief, interviews the 2016 Russian champion.
5 November 2016
Alexander and Alexandra Decisive rounds of the Russian Superfinal in the review of Dmitry Kryakvin.
1 November 2016
A Prelude to the Battle for Renault Rounds 6-8 of the Russian Superfinal in the review of Dmitry Kryakvin.
30 October 2016
A Week of Autumn Chess Feast Dmitry Kryakvin's impressions from Russian Championships at Zhemchuzhina Hotel on those charming last warm days of the autumn.
25 October 2016
A Mathematical Margin of Error GM Alexander Galkin shares impressions on coaching Alexandr Triapishko at the World Youth U16 Championship.
24 October 2016
Ups and Downs of a Chess Game Dmitry Kryakvin reviews rounds 4 and 5 of the Russian Superfinal in Novosibirsk.
23 October 2016
A Social Day At Russian Superfinal Four simuls on the Superfinal's rest day were carried out by the commentators.
22 October 2016
Goganov’s Rule, Kosteniuk’s Lucky Sign Dmitry Kryakvin reviews the initial three rounds of the Russian Superfinal in Novosibirsk.
20 October 2016
Novosibirsk Knows to Surprise The Russian Superfinal opening ceremony in the review of Eteri Kublashvili.
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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.