Moscow Open Has Started Yesterday (PHOTOS)

Время публикации: 03.02.2013 15:56 | Последнее обновление: 03.02.2013 16:03

The RGSU has welcomed the participants of the Moscow Open yesterday.

The rating favourite of the A group GM Ian Nepomniachtchi

The tournament started unsuccessfully for GM Denis Khismatullin

Gadir Guseinov

Saturaman of India plays in the round-robin "student" tournament

Anastasia Bodnaruk the candidate to the Russian national team

Nino Batsiashvili

Evgenia Ovod

Marina Romanko

Maria Manakova

Lilit Galoyan

Live transmission of the games.

Information on Group A


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  • (Translated from Russian by Andrey Deviatkin)

    My impressions of the first playing day in Sochi can be summed up in one sentence: great fuss about a single game of chess. It seems to me that's not the way it should be, ideally.