Vietnam is set to host the 2007 World Chess Championship qualifiers (zone 3.3) on southern Phu Quoc Island from January 10-19, hoping to sweep all three spots in the finals.
Over a hundred masters from 15 countries and territories in zone 3.3 will compete for three spots – two for men’s and one women’s – to advance to the World Chess Championship 2007 to be held in Mexico in September.
Vietnamese grand master Dao Thien Hai
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