Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/ Semi-final contest of the Chess Championship of Russia’s Moscow city took place March 23-30 this year in Moscow. The contest ran in the Swiss system and in nine games.
V. Belous took the 1st place by gaining 7.5 points. Mongolia’s chess player Great Master B. Mongontuul followed him scoring 7 points. She was followed by her Russian rival S. Reutskii.
Before the competitions, B.Mongontuul–Mongolia’s first Great Master–became a winner of the Women’s Blitz Chess Championship of Russia, and took second place in Moscow’s Chess Championships in 2005.
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