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26.09.2016
Lucky Charms

Although chess is considered a rational sport, sometimes even famous grandmasters have superstitions or follow certain rituals. Some believe in lucky pen, shirt, or shoes, others stop shaving during the tournaments, like hockey players during play-offs.

Shih Ching-An (TBE)
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25.09.2016
Round Four. Thriller Time

Finally! The key clashes took place today in two age groups out of six. The Girls 18 category featured the most fierce and uncompromising battles between all the main contenders. The nearby boards also added some heat. Let us begin with the main course. Two former World Champions of younger categories faced each other on […]

Maltsevskaya Aleksandra (RUS)
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25.09.2016
Start is Everything

Three starting rounds have passed, and it is a good time to draw some conclusions and play with the numbers. And there is nothing more emotional than dry statistical data…

The Chief Arbiter Carlos Dias (POR)
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25.09.2016
Geoffrey Borg: Chess is one of the few sports that is all-inclusive

The Chief Executive Officer of FIDE and of Global Chess Geoffrey Borg visited Khanty-Mansiysk to attend the Opening Ceremony and Round 1 of the FIDE World Youth U14, U16, U18 Championships 2016 as well as to discuss the future chess tournaments that will be held in Ugra in the coming years.

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24.09.2016
Round Three. The Final Time Out

In large open tournaments with an uneven lineup, the third round is usually the last more or less easy day, when the favorites have the luxury of facing a noticeably weaker opposition.

Khomeriki Nino (GEO)
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23.09.2016
Round Two. Rating Does Not Mean Anything

“Do not pay attention to ratings when talking about children”, a famous junior trainer told me. “It means nothing or almost nothing!”

Nguyen Vu Thu Hien (VIE)
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