|02/09/2011, 16:37 ||
| AHMED ADLY: I WILL DEFINITELY RETURN TO KHANTY-MANSIYSK
The Egyptian player not only withdrew from the World Cup due to illness, but also had to undergo an urgent surgery. Fortunately, the local doctors were able to help him, and now he is in good health.
|02/09/2011, 15:30 ||
| 2nd round — tiebreak
|02/09/2011, 15:15 ||
| VYACHESLAV ZHURAVLEV: THE ONLINE TRANSMISSIONS DISTRACT FROM THE MAIN WORK
The Executive Director of the World Cup Organizing Committee Vyacheslav Zhuravlev told about his team of the organizers of the World Cup 2011 at the press conference.
|02/09/2011, 15:01 ||
| THE CLASHES OF 2700-PLAYERS ARE COMING AT THE WORLD CUP
The Round 2 of the Chess World Cup ended on September 2 in Khanty-Mansiysk.
|02/09/2011, 12:38 ||
| INDIAN SUMMER IS ON THE WAY
The sun was shining in Khanty-Mansiysk on the first day of September. I wanted to walk around before the start of the round. Nicely dressed school girls and boys were everywhere (September 1 is a first day of school in Russia).
|02/09/2011, 12:09 ||
| VASILY FILIPENKO: WE STILL HAVE GOALS TO ACHIEVE
The President of the Chess Federation os Ugra, the Mayor of Khanty-Mansiysk Vassily Filipenko answered the question of Vladimir Barsky.
|02/09/2011, 12:02 ||
| EMIL SUTOVSKY: YOU NEED LUCK TO DEFEAT IVANCHUK
The Israeli grandmaster Emil Sutovsky defeated Laurent Fressinet (France) 1,5−0,5, and answered the questions about this match at the press-conference.
|02/09/2011, 9:46 ||
| JUDIT POLGAR: I AM HAPPY WITH ANY OPPONENT
The world's strongest woman player Judit Polgar won as Black against Sergey Movsesian, securing herself a pass to the Round 3. Tomorrow she will be watching tie-breaks, waiting for her next opponent.