My Krush Is Better Than Your Krush irina krush. irina krush at the US Amateur Team East on February 19 Which krush doyou prefer? USCF Executive Board. smartchess.com. US Woman s chess Olympic Team http://www.ishipress.com/ikrush.htm
Extractions: Paul Hodges has posted seven photos of Krush taken at the US Amateur Team East on his smartchess.com website at http://www.smartchess.com/SmartChessOnline/default.htm However, I have only one photo of Krush from the same tournament. So, I guess that means that his website is seven times better than mine. But, I think that my one photo of Krush is better than his seven. So, here is your chance to vote. Which Krush do you prefer? Sam Sloan Here are links: Beauty Contest for Chess Grandmasters Chen Zude, President of Chinese Chess Federation Was Jim Eade drunk in Istanbul? Medal Winners in Istanbul Olympiad ... My Home Page
Extractions: When Rusudan Goletiani arrived in New York City on a direct flight from her Republic of Georgia on Friday May 12, she was unknown in America, in spite of having won the World Chess Championship for Girls Under 14, the World Chess Championship for Girls Under 16, and the World Chess Championship for Girls Under 18 in successive years. UPDATE: On the Official FIDE website, Rusudan Goletiani is listed as qualified to play for the Woman's World Championship . See Zone 1.5 Hopefully, this will change soon. Born on 8 September 1980, in Sukhumi, Abkhazia, Georgia and rated 2325, she is now the number 12 player in the world on the official just released FIDE top-20 girls list. She has traveled extensively and has won three world chess championships. In 1994, she won the World Championship for Girls Under-14 in Hungary. In 1995, she won the World Championship for Girls Under-16 in Brazil. In 1997, she won the World Championship for Girls Under-18 In Yerevan, Armenia. Perhaps even more impressively, she won the Soviet Junior Championship for Girls Under-12 in 1990 when she was only nine years old!
The Chess Piece Chess Store In her second instructional chess video, the rising young chess star irina krush(at 14 years of age, America s top female junior chessplayer) analyzes and http://www.thechesspiece.com/products.asp?cat=49
Schach-Ticker Translate this page schachbegeisterte Stadt - nicht nur durch die bedeutenden Turniere der chess ClassicMainz. m RUS 2469 Kovalevskaya, Ekaterina wg RUS 2467 krush, irina m USA http://www.chess-international.de/ticker/
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Chess Match Reaction One of the options proposed by 15 year old US women s chess champ0ion irina krush,did not appear, because she had server problems when posting the move by e http://www.chesslab.com/0799/match_reaction.htm
Extractions: World News Reaction to Kasparov vs. World Game Chess News Kasparov-World Game July 31, 1999 FIDE World Championship October 18, 1999. ChessLab.com. Kasparov vs. World match wraps up with a horrible fiasco with Microsoft losing a move suggestion by I. Krush (?). Reuters, Yahoo,world wide media now hot on the story, fraud charged. Jude Acers/ChessLab believes that Kasparov's victory was richly earned he hung in the there grimly, kept the game alive period. The World's move 58...Qe4 suggested by E. Bacrot was listed as losing in all variations given on October 10-th by FIDE champion Khalifman and Grandmaster Chess School. It appeared full one week before the World was led astray by French grandmaster and national champion E. Bacrot. Bacrot's suggestion lost outright immediately at 2:04 AM EST Friday October 15, 1999. October 20, 1999 http://www.gmchess.spb.ru/english/kasworld/sici119.html "GM Chess School gives NO recommendations to the world, as our opinion is that after 58...Qe4 59.Qg1+ White wins in all lines. A pity. the World did not follow our recommendations and did not manage to find a path to the draw in the jungle of lines after the 58th move. Almost 45% of the team members considered the recommendations of GM School (58...Qf5) but the majority has chosen 58...Qe4. One could say-what's the difference where to move the queen to f5 or e4? Unfortunately there is the difference and it is a substantial difference. The correct 58...Qf5 ! could have resulted in a complicated game where a draw was the most probable result, and the "natural" 58...Qe4 (according to MS Zone expert Bacrot) is a final and complete disaster for Black."
Krush into a decisive mating attack. irina krush attends Edward R. MurrowHigh School and is a prominent member of the Murrow chess Team. http://www.ermurrowhs.org/presents/chess/krush.html
Extractions: A Brooklyn Teenager Plays Powerfully but Falls Short New York Times, November 14, 1999 Fifteen-year-old Irina Krush, from Brooklyn by way of Russia, is probably the strongest young woman ever in American chess. Though she demonstrated great power in the Girls Under 21 World Championship Tournament in Yerevan, Armenia, which ended on Sept. 30, she failed to push through to victory. She equalled the tally of the winner, Maria Kouvatsou of Greece, with 8.5 points out of 13 rounds, but the tiebreak coefficients calculated afterward relegated her to fourth place. In her game with Graciela Redondo Arguelles of Spain, Krush parlayed strong positional play into a decisive mating attack. Irina Krush attends Edward R. Murrow High School and is a prominent member of the Murrow Chess Team
MindZine Chess News 2596) ½½ Leitao, Rafael (2565) Bu, Xiangzhi (2565) 0-1 Kalantarian, Norik (2474)Blank Goncalves, Eduardo (2149) 0-1 krush, irina (2399) Final Standings 1 http://www.msoworld.com/mindzine/news/chess/nyopen.html
Extractions: Israeli GM Ilya Smirin won clear first place in the New York Open by defeating Alexander Grischuk in the final round while Igor Khenkin, the other round 8 leader, drew his game with Tregubov. Smirin finished with 7.5/9. Nick De Firmian seemingly came back from the dead after an early-round loss to finish in a tie for second. Bu lost and finished with 5.5 points.
Mindzine Chess News - 22 October 1999 - MSO June 21, with Kasparov playing the white pieces and the World Team, coached by teenchess stars Etienne Bacrot (16), Florian Felecan (19), irina krush (15) and http://www.msoworld.com/mindzine/news/chess/kaspworld.html
Extractions: Search Site Kasparov vs. the World 22 October THINGS GET UGLY This was supposed to be the greatest battle in the history of chess: World number one, Garry Kasparov, taking on all comers in an online competition at Microsoft's Gaming Zone. Instead, it has turned into a virtual mudslinging contest. A little background: The match started June 21, with Kasparov playing the white pieces and the World Team, coached by teen chess stars Etienne Bacrot (16), Florian Felecan (19), Irina Krush (15) and Elisabeth Pähtz (14), playing black. The time control is one move a day, giving each side 24 hours to ponder their decision. The World Team's move is decided by registered members casting their votes, and the move receiving the majority vote is subsequently played. Simple enough, wouldn't you think? Not by a long shot! OK, things were running along smoothly for quite a while. The World actually giving Kasparov a run for his money, as Irina Krush, who seemed to be the only one taking this coaching business seriously, managed to get her moves elected 95% of the time. Krush spent several hours every day analysing the game, and her analysis and arguments were most convincing. At move 50, Kasparov had an obvious advantage in a rather messy Queen-ending, but most experts seemed to think black might hold with accurate play. And that's when the fun started:
American Chess Princesses - Review bit jarring. One might want to keep a chess set handy for followingsome of the games (irina krush s in particular). It s also useful http://www.chessvideo.com/reviews/amerchessprin.htm
Extractions: Reviewed by Steve Lopez The young girl, clutching a teddy bear, stepped up to the tournament director's table. Her father hovered behind her, holding her chess set and scorebook. The father presented his nine-year-old daughter's USCF membership card to the tournament director and waited for him to fill out a pairing card for her. A group of us stood nearby, observing the scene with some amusement. "What a cute kid," we agreed. "She's probably here for the scholastic event."
Femaleplayers Page 5. Page 4. Home. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3. IM irina krush (USA). ELO 2380. PhotoWWW chess Superstore. IM irina krush (USA). ELO 2380. Photo WWW chess Superstore. http://thechesshaven.homestead.com/Femaleplayers.html
Extractions: GM Judith Polgar (HUN) ELO 2676 IM Irina Krush (USA) ELO 2380 [Photo: WWW Chess Superstore WGM Alexandra Kosteniuk (RUS) ELO 2402 WIM Jennifer Shahade (USA) ELO 2244 WGM Alisa Galliamova-Ivanchuk (RUS) ELO 2554 WGM Alisa Maric (YUG) ELO 2446 WGM Almira Skripchenko-Lautier (MDA) ELO 2450 WIM Andreea Sasu Ducsoara (ROM) ELO 2244 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Home
Chessmaster 9000 The US men sent a strong team to Bled, Slovenia for the chess Olympiad, contestedfrom But so far, it is the Women s Team of IM irina krush, WGM Elena Donaldson http://www.chessmaster.com/
Extractions: Johan de Koning, creator of the Endgame Database Generator and Chessmaster 9000 engine programmer, has updated the Endgame Database Generator (FEG.zip). Changes below: Content of FEG.ZIP is unchanged except: The bug that was fixed is known as "the KNNK bug", which might serve as a tag line to indicate the update. Download Now! Reviews!
Extractions: You can Contribute!! You are welcome to contribute to our site . You could send us reports of tournaments in your region, analysis of your games or that of any other player. Or snippets, happenings or anything of interest that will capture the browser and the chess fan. Tournaments Abroad More Events Category VII GM Tournament, Oakham March 29 - April 06, 2001 Humpy stuns Irina Krush, makes her first IM Norm, Nicholas Pert champion PGN Select Rounds Round 9 Results Round 8 Results Round 7 Results Round 6 Results Round 5 Results Round 4 Results Round 3 Results Koneru Humpy capped her fine home run with a stunning victory over leader Irina Krush of USA in the final round at Oakham here today. The win gives Humpy her first IM Norm, while Irina Krush missed her GM Norm losing the last two rounds. After a relatively sedate start, Humpy came up with a fine show in the later part, snatching her second WGM Norm and maiden IM Norm and taking the third prize as well. It was again her trusted Caro Kann that fetched her the full point. Notably this is also her second straight win over Irina Krush, whom she'd also defeated in the World Juniors previously.