Thursday, August 4, 2011

Hou Yifan Wins again in Women Grand Prix Rostov 2011

Hou Yifan scored another win over Alexandra Kosteniuk in round three FIDE Woman GP Rostov. For this she is now featured as sole leader on the board. All games in round three are decisive except the Kosintseva sisters, which continue to teach a how to draw a chess games lesson. Standing and live games can be found :

Round 3 FIDE GP Rostov 2011:
1. Hou Yifan – 3/3
2-3. N. Kosintseva, Muzychuk – 2/3
4-8. Danielian, T. Kosintseva, Koneru, Lahno, Ruan Lufei – 1.5/3
9-11. Galliamov, Kosteniuk, Stefanova – 1/3
12. Kovalevskaya – 0.5/3

Other chess live can be watched over the weekend:

World Junior Championship in Chennai:

All boys and girls travel to Chennai, India for a World under 20 chess championship, now on round 3 onward. Top player from Russian GM Matlakov and Sanan Sjugirov made slow start and now only at 2/3, while third seed Grandmaster Ivan Salgado Lopez of Spain, along with Italian Rombaldoni Axel and Polish Grandmaster Piorun Kacper led the field with 3.0 points after as many rounds.

The girls section saw WGM Paikidze Nazi (Georgia), Cori T Deysi (Peru), Padmini Rout (India), Girya Olga (Russia), Bulmaga Irina (Romania) and Kazimova Narmin Nizami Qizi (Azerbaijan) sharing the lead with 3.0 points.  LIVE GAMES

We'll see who the young and dangerous for this year edition, last year winner was GM Dmitry Andreikin and Anna Muzyhuck.Again tih world championship did not joined by China federation, which is usually their speciality in creating young sport athletes.

Round 3 Ramco World Junior Chess:
1. GM Salgado Lopez Ivan ESP 2626 3.0
2 IM Piorun Kacper POL 2514 3.0
3 IM Rombaldoni Axel ITA 2459 3.0
4 FM Getz Nicolai NOR 2385 2.5
5 Janev Tihomir BUL 2349 2.5

Round 3 Ramco World Junior Chess Girls:
1. WGM Paikidze Nazi GEO 2416 3.0
2 WGM Cori T Deysi PER 2376 3.0
3 WGM Padmini Rout IND 2348 3.0
4 WGM Girya Olga RUS 2371 3.0
5 WIM Bulmaga Irina ROU 2293 3.0
6 WIM Kazimova Narmin Nizami Qizi AZE 2292 3.0
7 WIM Nakhbayeva Guliskhan KAZ 2222 2.5

British Championship 2011:
From UK, Nigel Short just win a 1.b3 games against GM Peter Wells in round 10. Nigel now join Adams in top standing, because Adams 10th result was a draw against Nicholas Pert. Live games

Politiken Cup 2011:
From Sheffield to Copenhagen, the Politiken Cup takes place and now on round 9. GM Igor Kurnosov and Julian Raduvsky on top standing at the moment. Live Games

Hogeschool Zeeland 2011:
And now to Holland, GM Yasser Seirawan is playing, as a active chess book author, his comeback is on the watch by all chess fans. Live games

Hogeschool Zeeland result after round 7:
1 GM Naiditsch, Arkadij Duitsland 6.0
2 GM Landa, Konstantin Rusland 6.0
3 GM Smeets, Jan Oegstgeest 6.0
4 GM Postny, Evgeny Israƫl 6.0
5 GM Hoffmann, Michael Duitsland 6.0
6 IM Burg, Twan Schijndel 6.0
7 GM Seirawan, Yasser 5.5
8 GM L'Ami, Erwin Woerden 5.5

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