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- - By ebutaljib (****) Date 2011-05-30 17:41
Previous cycles:
1948-1951 World Championship cycle
1952-1954 World Championship cycle
1955-1957 World Championship cycle
1958-1960 World Championship cycle
1961-1963 World Championship cycle
1964-1966 World Championship cycle
1967-1969 World Championship cycle
1970-1972 World Championship cycle
1973-1975 World Championship cycle
1976-1978 World Championship cycle
1979-1981 World Championship cycle
1982-1984 World Championship cycle
1985-1987 World Championship cycle
1987-1990 World Championship cycle



ZONAL TOURNAMENTS

Zone 1 (Western Europe and Western Mediterranean)




Zone 2 (Central and Northern Europe + Israel)



Zone 3 (Eastern Europe)

What was taken away from her in the previous cycle, happened in this cycle - Zsuzsa (Susan) Polgar becomes the first woman to participate in "Mens" cycle. She missed the playoff for crucial 2nd place by half a point.


Zone 4 (Soviet Union)


Zone 5 (Eastern Mediterranean)


Zone 6 (USA)


Zone 7 (Canada)


Zone 8 (South and Central America)


Zone 9 (South America)


Zone 10 (Western Asia)


Zone 11 (Eastern Europe)


Zone 12 (Western Africa)


Zone 13 (Eastern Africa)


INTERZONAL TOURNAMENT



CANDIDATES MATCHES



THE SPLIT



FIDE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH




PCA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH


Parent - - By Regularuser (***) [gb] Date 2011-06-06 08:19
These are superb!

Have you considered putting them in Wiki?
Parent - - By ebutaljib (****) Date 2011-06-06 10:45
No, but you or anyone else can do it :cool:
Parent - - By PCMorphy72 (**) [it] Date 2011-08-03 14:40 Edited 2011-08-03 14:44
I've done it:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candidates_Tournament#References

Well done :cool:
I've thought it was better to leave those Mark Weeks' references due to the original stuff within.
Parent - By ebutaljib (****) Date 2011-08-03 15:12

> I've thought it was better to leave those Mark Weeks' references due to the original stuff within.


Well done :cool:
I would have never managed it without informations from his site. I wouldn't even know where to start looking if he wouldn't have the list of zonal competitions. At least half of the credits go to Mark Weeks.
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