World Senior Team Championships 50+ & 65+

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Date: 23 April 2017 - 03 May 2017

Venue: Creta Maris Beach Resort  |  City: Hersonissos, Greece-Crete

Τhe registrations for the World Team Chess Championship  50+ and 65+, are in progress and an important number of teams have already registered .
The deadline for the teams’ registration is at February 23 in the e-mail  and by end of February will be annoucned all the participating teams.
Many strong Grandmasters and  chess legends are travelling to the Greek Island of Crete supporting their teams to win the World Title  in the categories over 50 and over 65 years old.Among them, the World Champion GM Alexander Khalifman, the Gm Sergey Ivanov (Saint Petersburg-Russia ), the English GMs, John Nunn, Jonathan Speelman and Keith Arkell and the Israleans Gms, Kanstler Boris, Gryenfeld Yehuda, Huzman Alexandr, Greenfeld Alon , Soffer Ram,   and  Zilberman Yaacov.
The tournament takes place at the conference center of the 5star hotel “Creta Maris”, a resort with experience in high quality services that hosted many top chess events in the past.



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