PAUL KERES - 90
 Estonian Youth Open Championship
Jan 03.-06.
 Colloquium Paul Keres - 90 (seminar)
Jan 05.-08.
 ESS KALEV Remembering Paul Keres
Jan 06.-08.
 Paul Keres - 90 Memorial Festival
Jan 08.-13.
PAUL KERES, 1916 - 1975
Paul Keres was born in Narva on 7 January 1916. At the University of Tartu, he studied mathematics from 1938 to 1941. In 1935, he became Estonian chess champion for the first time. Paul Keres first appeared in the international chess arena in the mid-1930s, and remained a prominent figure there for years. By the end of 1950s, he was one of the strongest chess players in the world. In 1975, the great Estonian grandmaster Paul Keres died suddenly at the age of 59.
Paul Keres homepage (author Aivar Pullerits, only in Estonian language)
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Estonian time 17 : 29,   21.11. - 2017  

Event Time Organizer Place
Estonian Youth Open Championship January 3 - 6 Estonian Chess Federation,
Tonu Truus Chess Club
Paul Keres Chess House
Schools' Chess Cup January 5    
Press conference for participants of rapid tournament and colloquium's visitors January 5    
Colloquium Paul Keres - 90 January 5 - 8 Estonian Writers' Union,
(Ülo Tuulik)
Estonian SA House in Toompea
ESS Kalev Rapid Paul Keres Memorial, preliminaries January 6 - 7 ESS Kalev Tõnismäe Sport Hall
Simultans with grandmasters January 7 Estonian Chess Federation Paul Keres Chess House
Estonian Chess Federation's gala January 7 Estonian Chess Federation Paul Keres Chess House
ESS Kalev Rapid Paul Keres Memorial, finals January 7 - 8 ESS Kalev Tõnismäe spordibaas
Paul Keres Memorial, groups A, B, C January 8 - 13 Estonian Chess Federation Paul Keres Chess House

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