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Anna Zatonskih Gives Master Class in Gibraltar Print E-mail
February 1, 2012
US Women's Champion IM Anna Zatonskih gave a "Master Class" at the Tradewise Gibraltar chess Festival. She showed one of her favorite wins from Reykjavik 2004.

Anna has 4.5/8 and is one of many American stars playing Gibraltar this year. Also participating: GM Varuzhan Akobian (6/8), IM Irina Krush (5/8), IM Marc Arnold (4.5/8), IM Mackenzie Molner (5/8), FM Teddy Coleman (4.5/8). One of the biggest stories of the event so far is Chinese World Women Champion Hou Yifan's great result. She defeated the top rated woman in the World, Judit Polgar in round seven and is now tied for first with 6.5/8 with Michael Adams. Find full information on the official website and look for a CLO wrap-up by Macauley Peterson, who is producing multi-media content in Gibraltar.


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