Tournament- and press officer Ingemar Falk acted literally as a film extra when Swedish Television wanted to film the Indian chess prodigy Nihal Sarin, 11 years old. Photo: SVT

This tournament site for Hasselbacken Chess Open had 61 000 page views solely between April 29–May 10. That says something about the big interest around the world. Here are nearly 40 press links: CHESSBASE: 1st article and 2nd article. CHESS.COM: 1st article and 2nd article. Chess 24: Article. CHESSBASE INDIA: 1st article, 2nd article and 3rd article. CHESSBASE GERMANY: 1st article, 2nd article and 3rd article. SVERIGES TELEVISION, SWEDEN: Article. MITT-I, STOCKHOLM: Article. WORLD CHESS: 1st article and 2nd article. WHY CHESS: 1st article, 2nd article and 3rd article. MATT & PATT, NORWAY: 1st article, 2nd article and 3rd article. ARGENTINAJEDREZ: All articles. KASPAROV CHESS FOUNDATION: Article. CHESS-NEWS, RUSSIA: Article. RUCHESS, RUSSIA: Article. SFD-CHESS, RUSSIA: Article. SCHACH-TICKER, GERMANY: Article. BOSTON GLOBE, USA: Article. 1ST MOVE, USA: Article. CAISSA 1921, CUBA. Article. TODO AJEDREZ MARBELLA, SPAIN: Article & pictures. EL CORREO, SPAIN: Article. SCHACK.SE, SWEDEN: Article. SCHACKSNACK, SWEDEN: Article. SACHOVÉ NOVINKY: Article. FBZ, ARMENIA: Article. SAKK-MESTER BLOG, HUNGARY. Article. Read the twitter-feed for Hasselbacken Chess Open here.