Bu Xiangzhi wins Politiken Cup. 21-29.07. 2014 Helsingor, Denmark

Bu Xiangzhi wins Politiken Cup. 21-29.07. 2014 Helsingor, Denmark. 6. GM Rapport Richard HUN 2701 SV Hockenheim 7.5 Chinese Grandmaster Bu Xiangzhi crushed the opposition in the 2014 Politiken Cup to convincingly take the first place with 9,0/10 points. Bu Xiangzhi won eight games and conceded only two draws to leave the nearest followers a full point behind. He earned 2700 EUR and 24 elo points. The 2014 Politiken Cup took place on 21-29th July 2014 in Helsingor, a city in Denmark, known internationally for its castle Kronborg, where William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is set. The event was...

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Olympiad: Sakkolimpia – Hírek

starts in just three days, and some of our readers may be on their way already. For those going to Tromsø, but those who just want to feel the atmosphere of the 41st World Chess Olympiad, here is all the information you will need – greetings, schedules, events. You will even be able to watch a special production of the musical Chess – don’t miss the video at the end of our report! Welcome to Norway Dear participants,A warm welcome to Norway to all of you! We are proud that Norway was chosen to host the Chess Olympiad 2014, and that Tromsø is the venue. As a token of the...

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Sakk- Magyarország – Sakkolimpia

Sakk-Magyarország – A legerősebb magyar csapatok utaznak a sakkolimpiára Budapest, 2014. július 29., kedd (MTI) – A legerősebb magyar férfi és női csapat utazik a norvégiai Tromsőben pénteken kezdődő sakkolimpiára – mondta Mészáros Attila, a Magyar Sakkszövetség főtitkára kedden. A budapesti sajtótájékoztatón elhangzott, hogy az Élő-pontszámok alapján a résztvevők rangsorában a férfi csapat a 6., a női a 13. helyen áll. Hazai László szövetségi kapitány szerint a nőknél a legjobb tízbe kerülés szép eredmény lenne. Lékó Péter,...

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Interview: Jan Berglund, Chess Olympiad ambassador

Interview: Jan Berglund, Chess Olympiad ambassador In August the Chess Olympiad comes to Tromsø. 181 countries take part, crowning it the third biggest sporting event in the world. The Local makes its move to meet Jan Sigmund Berglund, head event coordinator of the event and a key ambassador of the sport in the Arctic Circle. Jan, what is your background as a chess ambassador? I learned chess at age of 13 while also playing other more physical sports, such as ice-hockey and football. I really liked that chess was a mindful sport and also very competitive. In 1986, I came to Tromsø, met my...

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Tromso Chess Olympiad LIVE Site 1!

Tromso Chess Olympiad Men LIVE! Live games (open): Live games (top) Live games (other boards) Tromso Chess Olympiad Women LIVE! Live games (women): Live games (top) Live games (other...

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