Alexander Motylev wins European Championship in Yerevan Print
Monday, 17 March 2014 18:45
MotylevRussian Grandmaster Alexander Motylev convincingly won the 2014 European Chess Championship in the competition of 257 players from 27 countries, including 128 Grandmasters.

In the final round Motylev split the point with David Navara to finish on 9,0/11 points, leaving the nearest followers a full point behind.

The 2014 European Individual Chess Championship – Tigran Petrosian Memorial was organized by the Armenian Chess Federation and it was held on 2-15th March at the Yerevan Business Centre.

The European Individual Championship 2014 was a qualification event for the next World Chess Cup. According to FIDE regulations top 23 players qualified.

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