Quebec Open : Final Report

The favorite, GM Lazaro Bruzon (7/9, $4000), from Cuba, won the Invitational Section, the strongest ever in a Quebec Open (+2350 average FIDE rating).

Game of the Week - Kraiouchkine vs. Kiewra

It's not over until it's over... That is the theme to this week's game from this year's Quebec Open between Nikita Kraiouchkine and IM Keaton Kiewra. Take a look at a game where even a master fails to win a completely winning position up a queen!

Fundraiser at CFS Leitrim

Congratulations to Master-Corporal Philippe Leveillée who won the NATO Chess Fundraiser held at the Canadian Forces Station Leitrim 24 July 2013. This fundraiser was to help support his trip to the 24th NATO Chess Championship in Poland.

Critical Squares

Samuel Lipnowski (2229) – Leor Wasserman (1988), July TNT 2013

The following position was reached with a promising junior, Leor Wasserman, as Black, playing against his former coach.

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Kitchener-Waterloo Labour Day Open

Kitchener-Waterloo Labour Day Open

Best of the Web: Week 10

Letterman Chess

Hi everyone!

There is some exciting chess being played in Canada this week!

Game of the Week - Valdizon,A vs. Arencibia,W

Crazy is the best way to describe this week's 8th round game from the recently concluded Canadian Open in Ottawa. The quick time control of 90 + 30s led to some wild games.

Piece or Pawn?

This week we’ll be showcasing a couple games of rising Canadian IM Bindi Cheng. Recently, he’s been performing quite well in the international scene, with a plus score against titled players across the recent DC International and World Open.

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8th Kitchener Chess Festival

The City of Kitchener is hosting the 8th edition of its Kitchener Chess Festival, a combination of two major 7 rounds tournaments and numerous side-events.

When ? : August 2-5. Round 1 on Aug 2 at 6 pm, then 10 AM and 3 PM daily.
Where ? : Kitchener City Hall

CO 2013 : GM Hansen and GM Sokolov leading after 6 rounds

IMs Hambleton and Gerzhoy are following (along with GMs Short, Rozentalis and Bruzon) with 5/6. Their norm chances are very slim, as most of their opponents are Canadian, but they can still win some big money.

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