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By Michael Regan   
August 8, 2013
The Maryland Chess Association will be organizing a tournament in memory of GM Yuri Razuvaev August 8-11, 2013 in Rockville, Maryland. GM Razuvaev was the coach of Alexandra Kosteniuk when she won the Woman's World Championship in 2008. In honor of this, the tournament format will feature a match of some of the top women chess players against some older male players who were friends with GM Razuvaev.

GM Adrian Mikhalchishin GM Alexandra Kosteniuk
GM Boris Gulko IM Anna Zatonskih
GM Vladimir Tukmakov IM Irina Krush
GM Lev Alburt IM Elena Sedina

 This tournament will be held in parallel with the 2nd Annual Washington International live broadcasts of the games will be at http://www.mdchess.com. The games will be at 2pm on Aug 8-10 and at 11am on Aug 11.     

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