Смотреть сериал Hou Yifan vs Shirov Alexei Chess World Cup Troms? 2013

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Самые лучшие серии популярных отечественных и зарубежных телешоу. Новая часть. GM Hou Yifan vs GM Shirov Alexei - FIDE World Chess Cup Troms? 2013 R1 TiebreakThe FIDE World chess Cup is a knockout chess tournament played from August 11th until September 3rd in the city of Troms?, which lies in the northern-most region of Norway, almost 400 km inside the Arctic Circle. Two games are played between each pair of players. The rate of play is 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with an increment of 30 seconds per move, starting from move one. If the score is equal there are two rapid chess tiebreak games (25 min + 10 sec), then, if the score is still tied, two accelerated games (10 min + 10 sec). If the score is still tied two blitz games will be played at 5 min + 3 sec, and if there is still no decision a final Armageddon game with 5 minutes for White and 4 minutes for Black, with a 3 sec increment after move 60, will be played. In this game Black has draw odds (i.e. he wins if the game is drawn). The winner and the runner-up of the World Cup 2013 will qualify for the Candidates Tournament of the next World Championship cycle.Alexei Dmitrievich Shirov (Russian: Алексей Дмитриевич Широв, Latvian: Aleksejs ?irovs; born July 4, 1972) is a Soviet-born Latvian chess grandmaster. He has consistently ranked among the world's top players since the early 1990s, and reached a ranking as high as number four in 1998. Shirov is also a well-regarded chess author.Hou Yifan (Chinese: ???, born February 27, 1994 in Xinghua, Jiangsu, China) is a Chinese chess prodigy. She is a former Women's World Chess Champion, the youngest ever to win the title, as well as the youngest female player ever to qualify for the title of Grandmaster.At the age of 12, Hou became the youngest player ever to participate in the FIDE Women's World Championship (Yekaterinburg 2006) and the Chess Olympiad (Torino 2006). In June 2007, she became China's youngest National Women's Champion ever. She achieved the titles of Woman FIDE Master in January 2004, Woman Grandmaster in January 2007, she would have qualified for the International Master title in September 2008 by reaching the final of the Women's World Championship but in August 2008 she had already qualified for the Grandmaster title by achieving her 3rd GM norm. In 2010, she became the youngest Women's World Chess Champion in history by winning the Women's World Championship in Hatay, Turkey, at the age of 16. She then defended her title by defeating Indian GM Koneru Humpy in November 2011.In the most recent (July 2013) FIDE rating list, Hou is ranked as the No. 1 girl player in the world, the No. 3 female player, and the No. 12 junior player. She is only the third female chess player to achieve a FIDE rating of over 2600.Hou produced a remarkable performance in January 2012 playing in the very strong open tournament in Gibraltar. In a field of 55 other grandmasters, 11 of them rated at or above 2700, Hou shared the lead with Nigel Short on 8/10, subsequently losing to Short in rapidplay. She had faced 7 of the 2700+ players scoring 5/7, and achieved an overall tournament performance rating of 2872.video: chessworldcup2013.comsoundtrack: Vibrasphere - Mountain lake Телевизионные фильмы всегда привлекают внимание своим закрученным сюжетом и непредсказуемой концовкой.

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