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News ‘November, 2011’

Vizag GM International Open Chess Championship – Round Nine

Vizag GM International Open Chess Championship – Round Nine

After nine rounds of play the reigning India champion Abhijeet Gupta is holding a convincing lead with 8 points, a full point ahead of the nearest opposition.

25th Belgrade International Open Championship – Round Six

25th Belgrade International Open Championship – Round Six

GM Sipke Ernst and IM Filip Pancevski are joint leaders after winning their respective games in the 6th round.

9th Jura Open in Delemont, Switzerland

9th Jura Open in Delemont, Switzerland

GM Alexandr Fier from Brazil and GM Christian Bauer from France achieved the perfect score and shared the first place.

London Chess Classic 2011 – pairings

London Chess Classic 2011 – pairings

GM Naiditsch and the Chess Evolution team will join the Chessdom.com commentary for all rounds.

London Chess Classic 2011

London Chess Classic 2011

The 3rd London Chess Classic, the strongest tournament in the history of British chess, runs from 3-12 December 2011.

GM Baadur Jobava enters the 32nd Edoardo Crespi Trophy

GM Baadur Jobava enters the 32nd Edoardo Crespi Trophy

The 32nd Edoardo Crespi Trophy is set to take place from 3rd to 11th December in the large tournament hall of Chess Club in Milan, via Sant’Uguzzone 8.

GM Dragan Paunovic winner in Valladolid

GM Dragan Paunovic winner in Valladolid

The 7th Torneo Internacional de Ajedrez de Valladolid took place on 27th November in Hotel “Novotel” in Valladolid, Spain.

Grandmasters Plaskett and Matamoros share first in the 34th Open Vicente Bonil de Albox

Grandmasters Plaskett and Matamoros share first in the 34th Open Vicente Bonil de Albox

The 34th Open Internacional Vicente Bonil de Albox was held on 27th November in Albox, Almería province, Spain.

25th Belgrade International Open Championship – Round Four

25th Belgrade International Open Championship – Round Four

Three players are currently leading with perfect score after four rounds. Among them is Marko Nenezic, the 16-years old wonder-boy with one GM norm.

Galina Strutinskaya and Vladimir Okhotnik are 2011 World Senior Champions

Galina Strutinskaya and Vladimir Okhotnik are 2011 World Senior Champions

The 21st World Senior Chess Championships were held in Opatija, Croatia, from November 14th to November 27th.

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