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Presentado por hellokostya el 19 de agosto de 2016, 14:36
A few weeks ago I traveled to Calgary for the second time to play in the 2016 Calgary International, a nine-round open tournament with a strong turnout, held at the Calgary Chess Club. The tournament was organized and run well by Vlad Rekhs...Leer más »
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Kostya Kavutskiy is a professional chess author, journalist, coach, commentator and player. As a part of Chess.com's content team since 2009, Kostya has recorded lots of video lectures, covered elite tournaments, written instructive articles and blogs, and has done many live commentary shows for Chess TV. Kostya has also written a number of articles for Chess Life magazine and Chess Life Online, and is currently an instructor for Chess University. In 2015, Modernized: The Open Sicilian was released, which Kostya co-authored with IM Zhanibek Amanov. Kostya's tournament accomplishments include winning the 2014 Southern California Closed Championship, as well as achieving two IM norms. He currently resides in Mountain View, CA, and his plans are to complete his IM title and then pursue the GM title.
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