Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Chess Players Take First Two Places at Chess Tournament in Tallinn

Traditional Speed Chess Tournament "Remembering Paul Keres" closed in Tallinn. Russian Grand Master Aleksander Morozevich has won in the men's tournament.

He is followed by only half of a point down Aleksei Dreyev.

Third place is occupied by Ukrainian master Yevgeny Miroshnichenko, who is followed by local chess player Jan Ekhlevest in fourth place.

Unfortunately, Russian female chess players lost to players from Sweden, Finland and Lithuania.

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