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18-10-2014
BATUMI STARTED...

The 24th European Youth Chess Championship has officially started. The competition gathered 989 young chess players from 45 European countries, divided in 12 categories: U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18, boys and girls separately. The Championship takes place in Batumi, costal town in Georgia, 18-29 ...
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15-10-2014
Grand Prix Announcement

In accordance with the Grand Prix contractual terms, FIDE announces the change of the third leg of the Grand Prix series to Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. The dates remain exactly the same as announced in FIDE Calendar.  The representative for the new host city is GM Baadur Jobava who replace...
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30-09-2014
Kacharava Is the 8th, Sibashvili - the 21st

World Youth Chess Championship ended up in the city of South Africa, Durban. Two Georgians competed in it. Nikoloz Kacharava (1758) earned 8 points and shared the 4th-8th places at U-10 Championship. Giorgi Sibashvili (2335) gained 6.5 points and took the 21st place at U-16 Championship....
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26-09-2014
Jobava Won the Russian Tournament

Baadur Jobava, leader of the Georgian national chess team, became the winner of Krasnodar International Tournament. Jobava won in 6 rounds, played 3 parties with draw and gained 7.5 points. In a result, Baadur surpassed Russians Mikhail Panatin, Ivan Bukavshin, Mikhail Demidov, Pavel Otsur and Dutc...
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21-09-2014
‘Nona’ – Champions!

Chess club “Nona” finished European Chess Club Cup with triumph in Spain. The Georgian chess players won all 7 games and gained the main prize of the tournament.   In the last round “Nona” defeated “Nashe Nasledie” of Russia 2.5:1.5. Nana Dzagnidze (2566) b...
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