Zurich. Veselin Georgiev of Bulgaria is world chess champion for people with impaired hearing, Chessdom.bg announced.Georgiev won the title at the world championship in Switzerland without a single loss. The Bulgarian chess player finished 9,5/11, 8 victories and 3 draws. This is Georgiev’s latest title. He won the highest chess title in 2000 and 2004 in Poland and Germany respectively. Georgiev is also gold-medal winner at many European championships and open tournaments.
Source: FOCUS News
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