|16/09/2011, 10:55 ||
| AFTER THE STORM
The second finalist of the World Cup was defined in the fantastically hot battle. An absolutely equal and strong competition of the two absolutely different, but unique chess players was on the way till the «last breath».
|16/09/2011, 10:15 ||
| NOT ONLY BY A TEXTBOOK
Grandmaster Konstantin Landa presents the key moments of the World Cup Semi-finals.
|14/09/2011, 17:41 ||
| ALEXANDER GRISCHUK: TODAY IS THE CULMINATION OF MY CAREER
The Russian chess player Alexander Grischuk wrested the right to play in the finals from Vassily Ivanchuk of the Ukraine. He won in the tie breaks (2,5−1,5) and came to the press conference to share his emotions with the journalists.
|14/09/2011, 14:50 ||
| GRISCHUK AND SVIDLER WILL MEET IN THE ALL-RUSSIAN FINAL
The tie-break of the World Cup Semi-final between Alexander Grischuk (Russia) and Vassily Ivanchuk (Ukraine) was played on Wednesday, September 14 in Khanty-Mansiysk.
|14/09/2011, 14:25 ||
| MAN IN THE PRIME OF HIS LIFE
Peter Svidler became the main hero of the 2nd day of Semifinals. He won the 2nd game in the match against Ruslan Ponomariov and became the first finalist of the World Chess Cup 2011.
|14/09/2011, 12:07 ||
| PETER SVIDLER: HAPPINESS IS A POINT EMOTION
Having secured two rest days for himself, the first finalist of the World Cup 2011 has narrated on his winning game details in two languages: English and Russian.
|14/09/2011, 11:55 ||
| HILLS, ASSOL AND COMMANDEURS
The participants of the World Cup were asked the following question several times: «Have you had time to enjoy the beauty of Ugra? What local sight seeing did you like the most?».
|13/09/2011, 15:23 ||
| VASSILY IVANCHUK: I TRIED TO PLAY ACCORDING TO THE POSITION
Vassily Ivanchuk (Ukraine) and Alexander Grischuk (Russia) were unable to determine the winner in two classical games, and will continue the match on tie-breaks.