Where the chess is

7/26/2003 – There are a number of chess events to follow: the British Championships with a thousand players is being staged in Edinburgh, the Biel International Chess Festival (19th July–1st August) is well under way, with Alexander Morozevich in the lead; and Boris Gulko (picture) wins the US Senior Open chess tournament in Delaware. Here are all the links...

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  • 36th Biel International Chessfestival
    English language home page of the Category 16 GM event in Biel, Switzerland. Standings after five rounds: 1. Morozevich, Alexander g RUS 2679 4.0; 2. Smirin, Ilia g ISR 2656 3.5; 3. Bacrot, Etienne g FRA 2645 3.0; 4. Korchnoi, Viktor g SUI 2628 1.5; 5. Pelletier, Yannick g SUI 2602 1.5; 6. Lutz, Christopher g GER 2631 1.5;

  • Smith & Williamson British Chess Championships
    Messy home page with games and results. Leaders after five rounds: 1 Daniel Gormally, Adam Hund, Ziaur Rahman and Aaron Summerscale (all 3½ points).

  • Chess Festival: quiet – but intense
    U.S. Senior Open ends with grandmaster Boris Gulko finishing strong – News Journal report.


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