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    World Cup 201

    Welcome the 2011 FIDE World Cup in Khanty Mantsinsk, Siberia!   Here top Grandmasters battle each other in exciting elimination matches.  Chess U brings you the best decisive games.   Here, in World Cup 201, IM Levon Altounian gives us a taste of the Khanty action with 10 decisive early round games, featuring excellent efforts by Shirov, Kamsky, Vallejo, Judit Polgar, and other top Grandmasters.  World Cup 202 and 203 by IM Mark Ginsburg each deliver you 10 more thrillers.

    • 1Vitiugov-Korobov...
    • 6Onischuk - Ivanisevic...
    • 2Shirov - Leon Hoyos...
    • 7Corrales - J. Polgar...
    • 3Robson - Bacrot...
    • 8Cori - Vallejo...
    • 4Kamsky - Di Beradino...
    • 9Grischuk - Genba...
    • 5De La Paz - Radjiabov...
    • 10Azarov - Timofeev...
  • Author
    Levon Altounian

    IM Levon Altounian is on the list of the most prominent chess players, coaches and organizers in the USA. He was a participant of three of the most prestigious US Championships, winner of the 2000 National Open and 2011 G10 National Open, many Arizona and California State Championships, including the 2010 “Champion of the State Champions” title. He also holds numerous records on ICC (chessclub.com) where he recently played a match with GM Hikaru Nakamura. Under his leadership, his students from all over the US won more than 100 Individual and Team State and National titles, including the K-5 Nationals in 2004 (Tucson, AZ team) and Denker competitions. His organization, called Arizona Chess For Schools, works tirelessly to promote chess on every level and also specializes in organizing chess events, camps and providing private and group lessons. To find out more please visit Arizonachessforschools.com or contact Levon directly at laltounian@msn.com.