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August 25, 2011
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World Cup rep GM Sam Shankland weathers the storm, Photo CCSCSL 2010
Six GMs including US Champion Gata Kamsky head to Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia (August 26-September 21) for the World Cup. The first round begins on Sunday, August 28th. See the complete schedule on the official website and look for a CLO report by GM Sam Shankland.

GM Gata Kamsky -- IM Rafael Diego Di Berardino (Brazil) 
GM Wang Hao (China)--GM Alexander Ivanov
GM Peter Leko (Hungary)-- GM Sam Shankland 
GM Etienne Bacrot (France)--GM Ray Robson 
GM Vladimir Potkin (Russia)—GM Yuri Shulman 
GM Alexander Onischuk- GM Ivan Ivanisevic (Serbia) 

 
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