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Position of the day

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.

Moscow

Kramnik - Gelfand
Attack is the best defense: 26.Rxd5! A blitz tournament opened the Tal Memorial in Moscow.

Baku

Bodnaruk - Bairamov
After 38...Rhg8? 39.Re8+! Black loses a queen. A big open tournament takes place in Baku.

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky

Inarkiev - Hou Yifan
The rook on h3 brings White no joy - 31...g4! The Match of Friendship takes place on Kamchatka.

Baku

Kramnik - Vocaturo
Kramnik's passers pass again: 40.Rxb8! Rxb8 41.Bd5, and Black resigns. The Chess Olympiad ended in Baku.

Baku

Grischuk - Naiditsch
The rook has arrived: after 31.Rf6! Black's defense was ruined. Chess Olympiad continues in the capital of Azerbaijan.

Baku

Jobava - Ponomariov
After 17.Bh6! White developed a winning attack. A brillant idea and brilliant victory by Jobava!

Baku

Karjakin - Navara
It's all pins and forks: after 19.exd5! Rxd5 20.Qa2! Nf4 21.axb5 Black's position fell apart. The Olympiad continues in Baku.

Baku

Gunina - M.Muzychuk
After 38.Rxd7! Rxd7 39.Qc8+ Rd8 40.Qc6+ White set up a nice-looking perpetual.