Reports | May 18, 2008 23:10

[lang_nl]Videoverslag ronde 9 M-Tel[/lang_nl][lang_en]Video report round 9 M-Tel[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]Vanwege tijdsgebrek vandaag wat minder montage, maar in plaats daarvan wel de volledige persconferenties van ronde 9. We hebben het natuurlijk over een nieuw video van de M-Tel Masters.[/lang_nl][lang_en]Lacking time, I decided to limit the editing for this one, but instead you can watch the full press conference of round 9. Of course we're talking about a new video of the M-Tel Masters.[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]P.S. Ivanchuk heeft de M-Tel Masters gewonnen. Een verslag volgt zo spoedig mogelijk![/lang_nl][lang_en]P.S. Ivanchuk has won the M-Tel Masters today. A report will follow as soon as possible![/lang_en]

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Author: Peter Doggers

Founder and editor-in-chief of, Peter is responsible for most of the chess news and tournament reports. Often visiting top events, he also provides photos and videos for the site. He's a 1.e4 player himself, likes Thai food and the Stones.


Coco Loco's picture

Why you don't know how to construct a question? You non-English speaker chess player?

Artin's picture

Why non-English speaker chess players use "OK" so frequently in their interviews? The champion is Radjabov of course, although he speaks very good English...

Arthur's picture

Your question is valid. It seems as if "OK" is the equivalent of "uh", the interjection used in English to provide time to think of the next sentence. I hear the annoying "uh" a lot and "OK" sounds better (or maybe cuter).

VB's picture

Txs for the nice video!

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