Hillary Clinton: looking for Irina Krush

Hillary Clinton: looking for Irina Krush It happened in the Steve Harvey Show. Recently the TV host had Democratic front runner in the presidential race, Hillary Clinton, as a guest, and in one segment the former First Lady and Secretary of State had to identify a “female groundbreaker” who was concealed between two imposters. The groundbreaker was Irina Krush, first and only US female grandmaster. Watch the video. Steve Harvey, 59, is an American comedian, television host, radio personality, actor, and author. He hosts a talk show called Steve Harvey, which is taped in Chicago...

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Sakk NB I: a Haladás ellen haladnának tovább

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Masters of Chess, Not Self-Promotion

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Candidates Chess: Karjakin wins title but Vishy Anand shows why he is still among the world’s best

Candidates Chess: Karjakin wins title but Vishy Anand shows why he is still among the world’s best Candidates Chess: Karjakin wins title but Vishy Anand shows why he is still among the world’s best Moscow: Viswanathan Anand brought his World Candidates Championship campaign to a close, settling for a draw in his last match against Peter Svidler. The Indian ace, who conceded the right to challenge Magnus Carlsen for the first time since 2008, finished with a score of 7.5/14 and had to settle for the third spot behind Russia’s Sergey Karjakin and Fabiano Caruana of Italy. Local favourite...

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