|20/09/2011, 19:13 ||
| A DRAW THAT EQUALS A WIN
The last round of the World Cup ended without tie-breaks. Peter Svidler won the main prize. Alexander Grischuk and Vassily Ivanchuk advanced to the Candidates Tournament.
|20/09/2011, 18:40 ||
| SCORE A GOAL, PROTECT THE LEAD
In football, the team that scores first usually wins. In short chess matches this happens even more often. More experienced participants of the World Cup final matches scored first, and then accurately defended to protect their lead. And they succeeded.
|20/09/2011, 10:09 ||
| VASSILY IVANCHUK: IT IS A GREAT HAPPINESS TO PLAY IN KHANTY MANSIYSK!
Vassily Ivanchuk won the match against Ruslan Ponomariov and became a holder of the third ticket to the World Championship cycle. After a tough fourth game where Ivachuk managed to secure half a point, Grandmaster met with the journalists.
|20/09/2011, 10:06 ||
| PETER SVILDER: VICTORY IN THE WORLD CUP IS MY BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT
The Russian Grandmaster Peter Svidler became the holder of the World Cup 2011. He outplayed his close friend Alexander Grischuk in the final match.