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Alexander Grischuk    Peter Svidler
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       World Chess Cup 2011 - Official Website
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  Site: Russia  Khanty-Mansiysk
  Event Date: 28.08.2011 - 20.09.2011

  ROUND SEVEN - FINAL - MATCH FOR THE 1st PLACE
FLAG FED FIDE  NAME G1 G2 G3 G4 R1 R2 r3 r4 B1 B2 SD TOTAL 
01 Russia RUS 2746  GM Alexander Grischuk 0 ½ ½ ½               1.5/4 
02 Russia RUS 2739  GM Peter Svidler 1 ½ ½ ½               2.5/4 





Vassily Ivanchuk    Ruslan Ponomariov
       Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Vassily Ivanchuk
       Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Ruslan Ponomariov
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       World Chess Cup 2011 - Official Website
       View all games in full screen - Round 01-07
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  Site: Russia  Khanty-Mansiysk
  Event Date: 28.08.2011 - 20.09.2011

  ROUND SEVEN - FINAL - MATCH FOR THE 3rd PLACE
FLAG FED FIDE  NAME G1 G2 G3 G4 R1 R2 r3 r4 B1 B2 SD TOTAL 
01 Ukraine UKR 2768  GM Vassily Ivanchuk ½ 1 ½ ½               2.5/4 
02 Ukraine UKR 2764  GM Ruslan Ponomariov ½ 0 ½ ½               1.5/4 







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   FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Official Site

     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 07
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 06
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 05
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 04
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 03
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 02
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 01
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - All Games

     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 07
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 06
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 05
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 04
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 03
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 02
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Round 01
     FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - All Games

  Chessbase

  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals: World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk: Players in the background
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals: World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk: Players in the background
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals: Svidler wins, Ivanchuk takes bronze
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals: both games drawn, players under pressure
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals: Ivanchuk wins game two with black
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup Finals G1: Svidler beats Grischuk, Ivanchuk draws Ponomariov
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R6 TB: Grischuk makes it to the final
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R6.2: Peter Svidler through to final
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R6.1: Both games drawn, Ukraine to move
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R5.2: Radjabov equalises, Polgár and Gashimov eliminated
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R5.1: Ivanchuk leads against Radjabov
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R4 Tiebreaks: Polgár and Ponomariov win on last blitz
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R4.2: Judit evens the score
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R4.1: no draw death in Khanty-Mansiysk
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R3 Tiebreaks: Navara wins, and Mamedyarov falls to Zherebukh
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R3.2: Fair play in Khanty-Mansiysk
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R3.1: Top players clash, Polgár, Kamsky, Sutovsky win
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2.2: Shirov and Movsesian sent packing
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2.1: Live by the sword, die by the sword
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2.1: small tragedies, expected victories
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - The winner takes it all, the loser standing small...
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1 tiebreaks: favourites through, no big surprises
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1.2– Leko, Wang Yue eliminated
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1.1 – A few upsets and vivid coverage
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - FIDE World Chess Cup starts in Khanty-Mansiysk
  Chessbase   Chessbase - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - All Reports
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  Chessdom

  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup – Peter Svidler wins the World Chess Cup 2011
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup – Grischuk and Ponomariov in a must win situation
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler maintains the lead, Ivanchuk defeats Ponomariov
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Peter Svidler grabs the lead in the World Cup Final
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Grischuk to take on his compatriot Svidler in the World Cup Final
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup 2011 LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Russian Champion Svidler qualifies for the World Cup Final
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Ukraine holds black color in the World Cup Semifinals
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Ukraine vs Russia in the World Chess Cup Semifinals
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Svidler, Ponomariov Advance to World Chess Cup Semi-Finals
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Polgár – Svidler, game 2 LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup 2011 LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Vassily Ivanchuk takes the lead at the World Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Svidler – Polgár LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup Quarterfinals Set
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Svidler, Navara and Radjabov advance to World Cup Quarterfinals
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Dominguez – Polgár show!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Polgár – Dominguez LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - 18-year-old Y. Zherebukh Stuns S. Mamedyarov in the World Cup R3 Tiebreak
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Karjakin sent home, Ivanchuk, Nepomniachtchi and Lysyj bounce back
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Moiseenko and Navara remind the world about the fair play
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Sergey Karjakin – Judit Polgár LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Bruzon – Le Quang Liem LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Judit Polgár defeats the World Cup top seed Sergey Karjakin
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Judit Polgár – Sergey Karjakin LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Le Quang Liem – Bruzon LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Morozevich – Grischuk in yet another battle
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - The last standing Chinese to meet the last standing Indian
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup round 3 pairings
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup: Round 2 Finished
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup: Shirov and Movsesian are packing
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Wesley So – Sergey Karjakin LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Le Quang Liem – Boris Grachev LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Sergey Karjakin – Wesley So LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Boris Grachev – Le Quang Liem LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Polgár – Movsesian LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup pairings R2
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Special analysis mode for the World Cup tiebreaks today
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Bu Xiangzhi the only Chinese player with direct qualification to World Cup R2
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Vietnam and India flawless at the World Cup R1
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - GM Ahmed Adly hospitalized in Khanty Mansiysk
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Ding Liren – Wesley So game 2 LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Susanto Megaranto – Le Quang Liem game 2 LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - The Asian Chess Champion starts with a victory
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup R1 game 1 – report and photos
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - GM Alexander Fier on fire
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Le Quang Liem – Susanto Megaranto LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Wesley So – Ding Liren LIVE!
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Chess Cup 2011 – opening ceremony (photos and info)
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Odd numbers to start with black at the World Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Chess World Cup 2011 schedule
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Hao Wang to miss the World Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Grandmaster Ziaur Rahman set for the World Chess Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Vietnam’s leading chess players in the World Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - V. Pons, I. Salgado, and B. Esen arrive for the World Cup 2011 in Khanty Mansiysk
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Vladimir Akopian forced to withdraw from the World Cup
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup 2011 – opening ceremony details announced
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Chess fashion fever in Khanty Mansiysk for the World Cup 2011
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Chess World Cup 2011 – the venue
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - 2011 Chess World Cup pairings
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Who qualified for the World Cup? Tiebreak issue also explored
  Chessdom   Chessdom - World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - All Reports
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  ChessVibes

  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler wins FIDE World Cup, Ivanchuk finishes 3rd
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Two draws on day 3 World Cup finals
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Ivanchuk wins on second day World Cup finals
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler wins first game World Cup final
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Grischuk reaches World Cup final after thrilling tie-break
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup R6.2: Peter Svidler reaches final
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup semi-finals start with two quick draws
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup R5 tie-breaks: Grischuk & Ivanchuk through
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R5.2: Svidler and Ponomariov reach semi-finals
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R5.1: Ivanchuk beats Radjabov
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R4 tie-break: Polgár eliminates Dominguez in blitz
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R4.2: Grischuk, Nielsen and Polgár level scores
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup's 4th round starts with tough fights
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - Le Quang Liem and Mamedyarov stumble in World Cup R3 tie-breaks
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R3.2: Polgár eliminates Karjakin, Morozevich throws in towel
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R3.1: Polgár beats Karjakin
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2 tie-break: Adams, Vachier-Lagrave & Vallejo eliminated
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2.2: Almasi & Shirov eliminated
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R2.1: Almasi, Bacrot, Shirov and Vallejo in danger zone
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1.3: Eljanov, Motylev & Malakhov eliminated
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1.2: Leko and Wang Yue out
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - World Cup R1.1: Leko loses to Shankland
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - 2011 FIDE World Cup officially opened - all the info
  ChessVibes   Chessvibes - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia - All Reports
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  Europe Échecs

  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (finale) (15/09/2011 23:00)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (1/2 finale) (14/09/2011 00:15)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (1/4 de finale) (09/09/2011 09:15)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (quatričme tour) (08/09/2011 22:15)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (troisičme tour) (05/09/2011 01:25)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (deuxičme tour) (02/09/2011 21:00)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Coupe du Monde (premier tour) (30/08/2011 10:07)
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Coupe du Monde FIDE 2011 - Dossier
  Europe Échecs   Europe Échecs - Homepage

  The Week in Chess

  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler wins World Cup Ivanchuk grabs final Candidates place
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler edges closer to winning the World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Ivanchuk takes lead, Svidler-Grischuk quick draw in World Cup Final Game 2
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler exploits Grischuk clock handling to win first game of World Cup Final
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Grischuk through to World Cup Final - same old story for Ivanchuk
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Peter Svidler reaches the final of the World Cup for the first time
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Both games finish in short draws in World Cup Semi-Finals Game 1
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Grischuk and Ivanchuk reach Semi-Finals after World Cup Playoff
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler and Ponomariov through, Rajdabov and Grischuk survive in World Cup Quarter Final
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Ivanchuk beats Radjabov in only win on day one of World Cup Quarter Finals
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Polgár, Grischuk, Ivanchuk, Gashimov and Ponomariov through to World Cup Quarter Finals
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - 5 playoffs follow a most dramatic day 2 of round 4 of the World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Svidler's magical combination, along with luck, beats Kamsky
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Polgár, Grischuk and Kamsky defeated in Round 4 Day 1 of the World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Zherebukh and Navara amongst ten to progress from World Cup Round 3 playoffs
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Polgár, Gashimov, Grischuk and Radjabov qualify from World Cup Round 3
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Moiseenko and Navara remind the world about Fair Play
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Morozevich's early draw offer allows Grischuk to progress
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Polgár and Sutovsky create the surprises in World Cup Round 3.1
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Karjakin, Mamedyarov, Ponomariov, Grischuk through Adams out in World Cup Round 2 Playoffs
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Polgár and Kamsky win to go through on Day 2 of Round 2 of the World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Three Opening Disasters from the World Cup Round 2 Game 1
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Filippov beats Bacrot in surprise of World Cup Round 2.1
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup Round 2 Pairings
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - How not to play with black in an Armaggedon game
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - World Cup Round 1 playoffs see major stars go through in a day of blunders
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Sam Shankland eliminates Peter Leko from World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - Shankland shocks Leko on first day of FIDE World Cup

  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Svidler takes lead over Grischuk in first game of World Cup Final
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Grischuk reaches World Cup Final after beating Ivanchuk
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Svidler through to the World Cup Final
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - World Cup Semi-Finals start with draws
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - World Cup Semi-Finals both Russia-Ukraine battles
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Ivanchuk progresses to semi-finals against Radjabov
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Bu quickly eliminated by Ivanchuk
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Titanic struggles in Round 4 playoffs of the World Cup
  The Week in Chess   The Week in Chess - FIDE World Chess Cup 2011 - IM Malcolm Pein Stories - Svidler's spectacular World Cup blow against Kamsky
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Chess World Cup 2011


The Chess World Cup 2011 was a chess 128-player single-elimination tournament, played between 26 August and 21 September 2011, in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. The Cup winner Peter Svidler and two next positions Alexander Grischuk and Vassily Ivanchuk qualify for the Candidates stage of the World Chess Championship 2013.

Format

Matches consisted of two games (except for the final, which consisted of four). Players had 90 minutes for the first 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 seconds per move from move one. If the match was tied after the regular games, tie breaks were played on the next day. The format for the tie breaks was as follows:
  • Two rapid games (25 minutes plus 10 second increment) were played.
  • If the score was still tied, two rapid games (10 minutes plus 10 second increment) were played.
  • If theses two games were drawn, the opponents played two blitz-games (5 minutes plus 3 second increment).
  • If the score was still tied after pair of blitz games, a single armageddon game (white must win, black only needs to draw) would be played. White had 5 minutes, black had 4 minutes, and both players had three-second increments beginning with move 61. Eventually, two Armageddon game were played in round 1 and round 3.
In the final the regulation is the same with the exception that instead of two games with “long” time control the finalists are to play four. Those who lost in the semifinal round played an additional match (according to the same regulation as in the final) for third place and the right to participate in the Candidates. The first two “tickets” to the Candidates are given to the finalists.

Participants

The players qualified for the event are:


All players are grandmasters unless indicated otherwise.

Qualification paths:
  • WC: Finalist and Semi-finalists of Chess World Cup 2009
  • WWC: Women's World Champion
  • J09 and J10: World Junior Champions 2009 and 2010
  • R: Rating (average of July 2010 and January 2011 ratings is used)
  • E10 and E11: European Individual Championships 2010 and 2011
  • AM10: Pan American Continental Absolute Championship 2010
  • AM11: American Continental Chess Championship 2011
  • AS10 and AS11: Asian Chess Championship 2010 and 2011
  • AF: African Chess Championship 2011
  • Z2.1, Z2.2, Z2.3, Z2.4, Z2.5, Z3.1, Z3.2, Z3.3, Z3.4, Z3.5, Z3.6, Z4.1, Z4.2, Z4.3: Zonal tournaments
  • PN: FIDE president nominee
Calendar



Results, rounds 5–7



Results, rounds 1-4















 

     Chess World Cup 2011. (1 October 2011 at 06:39). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15 October 2011, at 08.30, from
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_World_Cup_2011


Chess World Cup 2011


The Chess World Cup 2011 was a chess 128-player single-elimination tournament, played between 26 August and 21 September 2011, in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. The Cup winner Peter Svidler and two next positions Alexander Grischuk and Vassily Ivanchuk qualify for the Candidates stage of the World Chess Championship 2013.

Format

Matches consisted of two games (except for the final, which consisted of four). Players had 90 minutes for the first 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 seconds per move from move one. If the match was tied after the regular games, tie breaks were played on the next day. The format for the tie breaks was as follows:
  • Two rapid games (25 minutes plus 10 second increment) were played.
  • If the score was still tied, two rapid games (10 minutes plus 10 second increment) were played.
  • If theses two games were drawn, the opponents played two blitz-games (5 minutes plus 3 second increment).
  • If the score was still tied after pair of blitz games, a single armageddon game (white must win, black only needs to draw) would be played. White had 5 minutes, black had 4 minutes, and both players had three-second increments beginning with move 61. Eventually, two Armageddon game were played in round 1 and round 3.
In the final the regulation is the same with the exception that instead of two games with “long” time control the finalists are to play four. Those who lost in the semifinal round played an additional match (according to the same regulation as in the final) for third place and the right to participate in the Candidates. The first two “tickets” to the Candidates are given to the finalists.

Participants

The players qualified for the event are:


All players are grandmasters unless indicated otherwise.

Qualification paths:
  • WC: Finalist and Semi-finalists of Chess World Cup 2009
  • WWC: Women's World Champion
  • J09 and J10: World Junior Champions 2009 and 2010
  • R: Rating (average of July 2010 and January 2011 ratings is used)
  • E10 and E11: European Individual Championships 2010 and 2011
  • AM10: Pan American Continental Absolute Championship 2010
  • AM11: American Continental Chess Championship 2011
  • AS10 and AS11: Asian Chess Championship 2010 and 2011
  • AF: African Chess Championship 2011
  • Z2.1, Z2.2, Z2.3, Z2.4, Z2.5, Z3.1, Z3.2, Z3.3, Z3.4, Z3.5, Z3.6, Z4.1, Z4.2, Z4.3: Zonal tournaments
  • PN: FIDE president nominee
Calendar



Results, rounds 5–7



Results, rounds 1-4















 

     Chess World Cup 2011. (1 October 2011 at 06:39). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15 October 2011, at 08.30, from
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_World_Cup_2011







    
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