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Kings and Princes drew 32-32 at the Nutcracker 24 December 2016 Kings and Princes drew 32-32 at the Nutcracker

Grigoriy Oparin won the first men’s prize and will be invited to the supertournament Kortchnoi Zurich Chess Challenge

The traditional Christmas event - Nutcracker generation tournament - ended at the Central House of Chess Player in Moscow on December 22. There were played two Scheveningen matches: Kings vs. Princes and Queens vs. Princesses.

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"Chesscast" will be the official broadcaster of the FIDE World Chess Rapid & Blitz Championships 19 December 2016 "Chesscast" will be the official broadcaster of the FIDE World Chess Rapid & Blitz Championships

The tournament will be held in Doha from 25 till 30 December

The FIDE World Chess Rapid & Blitz Championships will take place in the capital of Qatar from 25 till 30 December. The participants of both Open and Women's sections are the world strongest and the most famous chess players.

The world champion...

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Nutcracker Generation Tournament Starts on December 16 in Moscow 13 December 2016 Nutcracker Generation Tournament Starts on December 16 in Moscow

The company "Chesscast" will be the official broadcaster

A traditional Christmas event – Nutcracker Generation Tournament – will be held on December 16-23 in the Central House of Chess Player in Moscow. There will be two Scheveningen matches: Kings vs. Princes and Queens vs. Princesses.

The lineup...

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Ju Wenjun wins both the Khanty-Mansiysk leg and the overall FIDE Grand Prix Series 3 December 2016 Ju Wenjun wins both the Khanty-Mansiysk leg and the overall FIDE Grand Prix Series

The Chinese grandmaster qualified to the FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship Match

The decisive leg of the FIDE Women’s Grand Prix 2015/16 finished in Khanty-Mansiysk. 

Ju Wenjun (China), Alexandra Kosteniuk (Russia), Harika Dronavalli (India), Valentina Gunina (Russia), Natalija Pogonina (Russia), Nina Batsiashvili (Gerogia),...

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