|13/09/2011, 14:59 ||
| PETER SVIDLER (RUSSIA) ADVANCED TO THE WORLD CUP FINAL!
The second games of the World Cup Semi-finals were played on Tuesday, September 13 in Khanty-Mansiysk. Peter Svidler (Russia) won as Black against Ruslan Ponomariov (Ukraine), and advanced to the final.
|13/09/2011, 13:29 ||
| CAFÉ IS EMPTY, NETWORK IS BUSY
The semifinal match Russia — Ukraine started in Khanty-Mansiysk. The amateurs of the chess history have a good reason to recall on the previous matches of our heroes, to discuss them at the cup of coffee.
|12/09/2011, 13:18 ||
| UKRAINE HOLDS BLACK COLOR
On Sunday, 12 September the first games of the semifinals started in Khanty Mansiysk. As we have informed you earlier two Russian and two Ukrainian Grandmasters were qualified.
|12/09/2011, 12:59 ||
| ALL THE SAME AND GRISCHUK
It is strange but the decisive stage of this World Cup 2011 reminds semifinals of the FIDE World Championship 2001—2002.
|11/09/2011, 18:09 ||
| NERVES DECIDE EVERYTHING
Grandmaster Sergey Shipov presents the selection of the Round 5 games.
|11/09/2011, 16:56 ||
| VASSILY IVANCHUK: I MANAGED NOT TO MIX ANYTHING UP
The last semifinalist of the World Cup — Vassily Ivanchuk — shared his impressions on the hard battle with Teimour Radjabov and told us what’s expecting him in the future.
|11/09/2011, 16:46 ||
| ALEXANDER GRISCHUK: THE MOST IMPORTANT IS TO WIN THE WORLD CUP
The Russian Alexander Grischuk was qualified to the semifinals by outplaying the Czech Grandmaster David Navara. The opponents summed up their match at the press conference.
|11/09/2011, 16:07 ||
| DAVID NAVARA: I WANT TO LIVE A MEANINGFUL LIFE
Lately a 26-year-old Czech Grandmaster David Navara became our good friend and frequent guest in the World Chess Cup press-center.