Rose Valley Chess Video: GM Marat Dzhumaev Marat Wins on Tiebreak
GM Marat Dzhumaev of Uzbekistan has won the Rose Valley Chess Open - billed as Asia's biggest chess open - in Kolkata, by defeating International Master V Vishnu Prasanna in the 11th and final round that concluded here at Gorky Sadan. Second place went to Indian GM S P Sethuraman as he had to to be content with a second place finish after drawing with second seed Grandmaster Anton Korobov of Ukraine. Like Dzhumaev, Sethuraman also scored eight points out of a possible 11 but the Uzbek had better tiebreak score, according to a press release.
Anton Korobov, Swapnil Dhopade, Ni Hua of China, Surya Shekhar Ganguly and Sergei Tiviakov of Holland finished sixth to tenth respectively.
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