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Wednesday, October 21, 2009 0:52
A lot of highly interesting fights can be witnessed every day in the open group of the Univé Chess Tournament. In the fourth round, American GM Josh Friedel got a promising position agains Dutchman FM Migchiel de Jong and then found a beautiful, flashing finale, ending the game in great style. Enjoy! Friedel-De JongUnivé Open (04) 2009 Game...
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009 0:39
Here's a first video from Hoogeveen. On the first day of the Crown Group in Hoogeveen we spoke to Vassily Ivanchuk and Judit Polgar, the two favourites to win the 17th edition. Enjoy!
Thursday, October 15, 2009 1:40
Last year she won her first title after a dramatic playoff with Irina Krush, but this time things went more smoothly for IM Anna Zatonskih, who yesterday clinched her second consecutive U.S. Women's Chess championship with a phenomenal score of 8.5/9. In a very combative tournament, WGM Camilla Baginskaite finished second, two points behind the...
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 18:35
Now that's marketing. We're happy to give the company behind AMP energy drinks a stage for showing their latest stunt, in which a grandmaster, disguised as a big AMP can, beats ten of the best players in Washington Square Park, New York City. We love the video. AMP Energy (or simply AMP - formerly Mountain Dew AMP) is an energy drink produced and...
Sunday, October 11, 2009 21:26
In the week that YouTube let the world know about their new milestone of 1 billion views per day, we discovered several videos posted on the site which are of considerable historical value to the chess world. The videos contain unknown photos of Bobby Fischer visiting Japan and the Philippines in 1967 and 1973. Fischer defeated Spassky in their...
Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:46
After Arne posted about our arrival in Valencia and the press conference, it's my turn. At the end of this long, first day in this remarkably pretty city (some beautiful photos will be added tomorrow!) the video of the press conference on Monday afternoon has been recorded, edited and uploaded. I've removed all unnecessary bits and Spanish...
Thursday, August 27, 2009 20:05
On July 8 we reported for the first time on the upcoming rapid and blitz match between Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov, to be held September 21-24 in Valencia, Spain. In the mean time, we have booked our flights, and a promo video has been published by the organizers which provides more information on this exciting event. Update: the official...
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Friday, August 21, 2009 21:40
Already in the first round of the NH Chess Tournament, the players of the Experience team have made their intentions clear: we're not going to suffer like last year (or suffer at all)! They beat the Rising Stars team 3-2; with victories for Svidler and Heine Nielsen. Videos of the opening and first round now available. The NH Chess Tournament...
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Friday, July 31, 2009 5:38
All last-round games ended in a draw and so Maxime Vachier-Lagrave became the surprising winner of the Biel Chess Festival today. The Frenchman stayed undefeated, finished on 6/10 and scored the biggest success of his career so far. The Biel Chess Festival takes place July 18 to 31 in Biel, Switzerland. The Grandmaster Tournament is a six-player...
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Tuesday, July 21, 2009 2:31
Especially when a number of elite grandmasters come and play, it's nice to have a local winner and this is what happened at the Canadian Open, where GM Mark Bluvshtein and IM Edward Porper, both from Canada, finished shared first with a fine score of 7.5/9, ahead of Adams, Ni Hua, Shirov and other strong GMs. Bluvshtein was declared winner on...

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