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International Chess Federation 1h
“Heart of Chess” is a very fitting nickname for a chess-lover / cardiologist 🙂 Welcome!
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Emilchess May 25
Three days of FIDE Online Seminar with best coaches: A. Yussupov, A. Motylev, I.Sokolov, J.Hall - not to be missed.
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International Chess Federation 12h
FIDE Newsletter #6 has been distributed today. The first week of project, , online meeting of the FIDE Council, and other topics are covered. Want to receive it in your email box? Subscribe here:
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Lukasz Turlej 2h
Jan-Krzysztof Duda and talking live about and in general in , leading morning sport show in Poland🇵🇱
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Replying to @ReyesGleb
Hola. Me temo que es tu navegador quien está haciendo una traducción automática, ¿es posible? Porque nuestra web no está en español. El término “bombardeo” tampoco es muy preciso 🙂
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International Chess Federation 3h
We will have to wait one more year for the Chess Olympiad in Moscow, but meantime you can go through our Batumi-2018 photo gallery to revive the colorful moments of the previous one! 1000+ shots by and :
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Michael Ciamarra 15h
John Donaldson is a wonderful ambassador, tireless promoter for chess and friend.
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International Chess Federation 12h
FIDE Newsletter #6 has been distributed today. The first week of project, , online meeting of the FIDE Council, and other topics are covered. Want to receive it in your email box? Subscribe here:
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chess24.com 17h
With today's games over only Hikaru Nakamura has made it to the semi-finals. Ding Liren & Yu Yangyi are tied 1:1 and will play a deciding match on Wednesday. Tomorrow So and Karjakin must beat Carlsen and Dubov to prolong their stay in the tournament!
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International Chess Federation 13h
6 lucky participants of got their guest invitations to the Moscow Chess Olympiad 2021 in today's prize draw, crowning the end of the first week of the project.
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International Chess Federation 19h
🏆 The time has come for the first prize draw of the FIDE project! Live on stream with Elisabeth Paehtz in some 45 minutes! Twitch: Youtube:
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International Chess Federation 23h
Celebrating Zambian GM Amon Simutowe is the first grandmaster from sub-Saharan Africa. He also holds a Master of Science in Economics for Development from . Here is a great 2011 article on his career by :
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International Chess Federation May 25
Born in the largest of Kampala's eight slums, Phiona Mutesi became one of the best players in Uganda. Her life inspired 2012 book & 2016 film called "Queen of Katwe". 📷: Phiona (left) with her gal pals from the Ugandan national team during Batumi Olympiad
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International Chess Federation May 25
10 young players from Spain and Africa will celebrate the over the board in a chess match on .
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International Chess Federation May 24
Celebrating 🎉 Egyptian GM Bassem Amin is the best African chess player (2686 FIDE rating). Can you play like him? White to move! The position is from Bassem Amin vs Vahap Sanal, World Rapid Championship 2017 in Riyadh. 📷by
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International Chess Federation May 24
John Donaldson has been the Captain of the US open team for most of the Olympiads since 1986. He is a winner of the Mikhail Botvinnik Award in 2019, and he will be one of the lecturers at the FIDE Trainer Seminar for North America, on May 29-31.
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Checkmate Coronavirus May 23
, Mediterranean Chess Association, and 10 National Chess Federations - Colombia, Cyprus, Denmark, Ethiopia, Finland, Greece, Mongolia, Romania, South Africa, Qatar, and Uruguay have joined the initiative with dozens of tournaments played!
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Abu Dhabi Chess Club & Mind Games May 24
We are so proud to be part of intuitive and support
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chess24.com May 24
After the first mini-matches of the quarterfinals Nakamura, Carlsen, Yu Yangyi and Dubov have a 1:0 lead, but there are still up to 2 mini-matches to go in each pairing!
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