|17/09/2011, 12:23 ||
| RUSLAN PONOMARIOV: MERRY FELLOW IN LIFE AND FIGHTER AT THE CHESS BOARD
Ruslan Ponomariov is maybe the most successful chess player in the entire history of Chess Cups despite the fact that he never became the holder of this trophy.
|17/09/2011, 8:40 ||
| RUSLAN PONOMARIOV: SHOULD I HAVE TIME, I WOULD DANCE
The first game of the match for the third place between the Ukrainian Grandmasters Vassily Ivanchuk and Ruslan Ponomariov finished in a draw.
|17/09/2011, 8:36 ||
| PETER SVIDLER: IT IS HARD TO PLAY AGAINST YOUR CLOSE FRIEND
In the first game of the final the Russian GM Peter Svidler outplayed with Black his compatriot Alexander Grischuk. The opponents-friends told us about the game at the press conference.
|16/09/2011, 17:39 ||
| SVIDLER WINS THE FIRST GAME AS BLACK
The final round matches started on September 16 in Khanty-Mansiysk.
|16/09/2011, 15:32 ||
| 7th round 1st game
|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.