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Vladimir Kramnik won Sparkassen Chess-Meeting 2009

Former FIDE World champion GM Vladimir Kramnik won the 37th edition of Sparkassen Chess-Meeting tournament, held in Dortmund, Germany. He won the race for the 9th time in his career, ending 6½/10 points. Peter Leko, Magnus Carlsen and Dmitry Yakovenko both tie the second position with 5½/10.
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Russian chess players MS Pyotr Zhdanov and WGM Natalia Pogonina are becoming more and more popular with their book "Chess kamasutra”.They both share their secrets to the audience about tournaments and sex and how they decided to write this kind of book.
"Kamasutra and chess have much in common. And the art of love, and great game are originated in India," said WGM Pogonina. “We will be reviewing the most interesting openings and middlegame positions and relating them to positions from Kamasutra; surprise our readers by introducing the “love theory” which is extremely effective for developing your chess skills and becoming happy in personal life; share unique trainings in “sexchess”, approbated by ourselves” she added.
Chess Kamasutra is going to be a very entertaining and useful book covering many interesting subjects – we aren’t revealing most of the secrets yet, but one day you’ll be able to see it for yourself.
The book will include techniques for chess players and ordinary lovers of sex - by beginning with a Sunday game undress and lead to very complex maneuvers such as "creating a weakness in the opponent”.
Whole chapter in the book is devoted to how to get sexual pleasure from the game. For example, the term "opening" means the beginning of the game, a kind of prelude to sex. Variations in the development of subsequent events may be different and most of them largely depends on whether there will be "endshpil" or as in “Chess kamasutra” - orgasm.
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GM Krum Georgiev won Albena Open 2009

In the International chess tournament Albena Open 2009 with prize fund 11 000 euro four players finished with 7/ 9 points.
Winner in the final ranking is GM Krum Georgiev. He had better individual items from Azer Mirozev (Azerbaijan), Vladimir Georgiev (FYR Macedonia) and Boris Chatalbashev (Bulgaria). Krum Georgiev received 4 000 euro from the prize fund.
In the tournament participated in by 91 players from 9 countries, including 11 grandmasters and 13 international masters.

Final standing Albena Open 2009:
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GM Ivan Cheparinov won Magistral Ruy Lopez 2009

Bulgarian chessplayer Ivan Cheparinov won third edition of the tournament Magistral Ruy Lopez 2009 in Zafra, Spain. He took the lead in round 3 and he never let it go until the end.
In the last round today, he played against Michael Adams struggling for the first place. The Bulgarian finished on 5/7, half a point ahead of the Englishman. Adams finished second and third finished the young Spanish Champion David Larino Nieto who lost to India’s top female grandmaster Koneru.
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Alexei Shirov won M-Tel Masters 2009

Alexey Shirov won Mtel Masters 2009. Today he defeated the leader before the last round - Magnus Carlsen from Norway. FIDE's official No.1 Veselin Topalov finished third, after quick draw today.

MTel Masters 2009 - Final standings

5th Mtel Masters Sofia (BUL), 13-23 May 2009, cat. XXI (2755)
NameFEDRtg.123456Pts.RPerf.
1Shirov, AlexeigESP2745--½1½½½½½½112879
2Carlsen, MagnusgNOR2770½0--1½½1½1½½62818
3Topalov, VeselingBUL2812½½0½--1½½½1162804
5Wang YuegCHN2738½½½00½--½½1½2751
4Dominguez Perez, LeiniergCUB2717½½½0½½½½--½042758
6Ivanchuk, VassilygUKR274600½½000½½1--32481

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MTel Masters 2009 - Round 6 Standings

5th Mtel Masters Sofia (BUL), 13-23 May 2009, cat. XXI (2755)
NameFEDRtg.123456Pts.RPerf.
1Shirov, AlexeigESP2745--½*½*½*½*1142879
2Carlsen, MagnusgNOR2770½*--1½½*½*½*2818
3Topalov, VeselingBUL2812½*0½--½*1*1*2804
4Dominguez Perez, LeiniergCUB2717½*½*½*--½½½*32758
5Wang YuegCHN2738½*½*0*½½--1*32751
6Ivanchuk, VassilygUKR274600½*0*½*0*--12481
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MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery round 6

Chess news 2009/5/19, Minister
MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery from round 6. You can use the photos for free on your site or blog.
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MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery rounds 2-4

Chess news 2009/5/16, Minister
MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery rounds 2-4. You can use the photos for free on your site or blog.

Update: The video from the start of round 1 is now available.
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MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery round 1

Chess news 2009/5/16, Minister
MTel Masters 2009 - Photo Gallery round 1. You can use the photos for free on your site or blog.
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4th FIDE Grand Prix Tournament - Nalchik 2009

The fourth FIDE Grand Prix Tournament takes place in the Intour Hotel Sindica in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia, from April 14th to 29th, 2009. The tournament seems to be the strongest one in the series.
The participants are:
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