Hello chess blog friends, FIDE chess news update states Ernesto Inarkiev has won the Baku Chess Open 2014. The traditional chess tournament was held from September 22-30 at the AF Hotel. A total of 70 participants from 20 countries, including 28 Grandmasters, competed in Open A. Grandmasters Ernesto Inarkiev and Constantin Lupulescu finished on 7 points each, but the Russian took the winner's trophy on better tie-break.
Ferenc Berkes HUN and Vladimir Onischuk UKR shared the third place with 6,5 points. The Open B had 163 players rated under 2250 FIDE. FM Aryan Gholami or Iran is sole winner with 8,0/9 points.
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