5 May 2015

Georgy Evseev Wins the European Solving Championship

Russia finished 2nd of 16 participating teams.

The 11th European Chess Solving Championship ended in Iasi, Romania. It was attended by 65 solvers and 16 national teams. Poland won the team competition with 207.3 points out of 270. Russian finished second with 195.9, closely followed by Serbia with 194.7. Our team consisted of Georgy Evseev, Anton Mukoseev, and Adnrey Petrov.

Russian players won the individual competition: Georgy Evseev (Moscow) finished first, Anatoly Mukoseev (Tver) took the second place. 

Russian Chess Federation congratulates the winners of the event!