|22/09/2011, 19:07 ||
| VASSILY FILIPENKO: I AM VERY GLAD THAT THE TROPHY REMAINS IN RUSSIA
The closing ceremony of the World Cup 2011 took place in the Ogran Hall of the Ugra Classic concert and theater center.
|20/09/2011, 19:13 ||
| A DRAW THAT EQUALS A WIN
The last round of the World Cup ended without tie-breaks. Peter Svidler won the main prize. Alexander Grischuk and Vassily Ivanchuk advanced to the Candidates Tournament.
|20/09/2011, 18:40 ||
| SCORE A GOAL, PROTECT THE LEAD
In football, the team that scores first usually wins. In short chess matches this happens even more often. More experienced participants of the World Cup final matches scored first, and then accurately defended to protect their lead. And they succeeded.
|20/09/2011, 10:09 ||
| VASSILY IVANCHUK: IT IS A GREAT HAPPINESS TO PLAY IN KHANTY MANSIYSK!
Vassily Ivanchuk won the match against Ruslan Ponomariov and became a holder of the third ticket to the World Championship cycle. After a tough fourth game where Ivachuk managed to secure half a point, Grandmaster met with the journalists.
|20/09/2011, 10:06 ||
| PETER SVILDER: VICTORY IN THE WORLD CUP IS MY BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT
The Russian Grandmaster Peter Svidler became the holder of the World Cup 2011. He outplayed his close friend Alexander Grischuk in the final match.
|19/09/2011, 21:28 ||
| KONSTANTIN LANDA: I GAINED EXPERIENCE OF GREAT VALUE AT THE WORLD CUP
Foreign visitors of the World Cup site, watching the games on a daily basis, hear a pleasant man’s voice that is explaining them all the peculiarities of the battles between the best chess players of the planet.
|19/09/2011, 20:41 ||
| PETER SVIDLER WINS THE WORLD CUP
The 2011 World Cup winner was determined on Monday, September 19. The Russian champion Peter Svidler made a draw in the fourth game of the match against Alexander Grischuk, and won the main trophy.
|19/09/2011, 13:56 ||
| SHOW MUST GO ON
The third game of the decisive Round did not bring any sensation. No one believed that the fight will be over this day — so the match was continued. Now we have a question: whether everything will be decided in the classical games or tie breaks are ahead?