FIDE President awards to Evgeny Najer and Moscow Open winners Print
Friday, 02 February 2007 00:00
FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov attended the Closing Ceremony of the III International Festival Moscow Open held 27 January to 4 February 2007 in the Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia. The Moscow Chess federation President, 1st Vice President of the Russian Chess Federation Vyacheslav Beresnev and the President of the Russian State Social University Vasilyi Zhukov participated as well. Evgeny Najer of Russia won the Moscow Open `A`. Read more and see photos. Visit Official Site for Final standings, photos and more information.

The International Open Chess Festival "Moscow Open 2007" took place from 27 January 2007 to 4 February 2007 in the Russian State Social University, Moscow.

The festival is the part of the Russian Cup 2007 and ACP tour. The organizers of the festival are Moscow Chess federation and the Moscow Sports events Directorate.



FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov took part in the Closing Ceremony of the III International Festival Moscow Open 2007. The Moscow Chess federation President, 1 Vice President of the Russian Chess Federation Vyacheslav Beresnev and the President of the Russian State Social University Vasilyi Zhukov participated in the Victory ceremony as well.



Evgeny Najer of Russia wins the Moscow Open "A" tournament.



Yemelin Vasily (RUS) and Svetushkin Dmitry (MDA) are winners of second and third places respectively.



The compatriot of the FIDE President Sanan Syugirov showed best performance in his category Boys U-15 in the group "A" tournament and received the Cup from the President`s hands too.

See the Official Site for more info and photos.

 
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