|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, 16:34 ||
| 5th round — tiebreak
|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.
|11/09/2011, 13:54 ||
| RUSSIA VS UKRAINE IN SEMIFINALS
On Sunday, 11 September the quarter final tie break games took place in Khanty-Mansiysk.
|11/09/2011, 13:05 ||
| PAIR TO PAIR
Ruslan Ponomariov and Peter Svidler won their matches of the quarterfinals in the classical games and got the full deserved rest day to get prepared to play against each other.