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Pia Cramling to miss first Olympiad in 40 years

t’s official. The first 2018 Calgary Chess Grand Tour is starting September 4th and will continue for 15 weeks till December 11th It will be CFC/FIDE rated tournament with 90/30 time controls and refreshments. There will be three Legs of five games each. One “Leg” is equivalent to one tournament. Only 2/3 best results will count toward the final standings. This way players will not be penalized if they miss one leg or if they have a particularly bad result in one of the Legs.

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Steinitz: The Official World Chess Champion

The prizes will be same as in the Grand Prix with minimum $1000 in total prizes plus $400 to the winner of the Tour. There will be separate Leg Prizes as well. The prizes will be same as in the Grand Prix with minimum $1000 in total prizes plus $400 to the winner of the Tour. There will be separate Leg Prizes as well.

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Is Tal's Queen Worth 12 Pawns?

The first 2018 Calgary Chess Grand Tour is starting September 4th and will continue for 15 weeks till December 11th It will be CFC/FIDE rated tournament with 90/30 time controls and refreshments. There will be three Legs of five games each. One “Leg” is equivalent to one tournament. Only 2/3 best results will count toward the final standings. This way players will not be penalized if they miss one leg or if they have a particularly bad result in one of the Legs.

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Commonwealth 2018: A wealth of chess improvement

To all the Members. Please note that the Annual General Meeting of the Chess Club will take place on Tuesday, September 18th at 6:15 p.m. There may be a brief discussion of topics of interest by the attending members. This will be followed by the election of President, Vice President, Secretary and three Directors. All members in good standing with a current membership, regardless of age are eligible to vote or run in the election for a position on the Board.

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