Sunday, September 24, 2017

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Spirit – is a serious business...
 

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… And at this time the rival named the correct m,ove and passed further!
 

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The grand master-expert is against …
 

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…. the etude-player... The etude-player won.
 

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In last quarterfinal there were two Vladimirs: Pogorelov (on the left) and Podinic. Vladimir on the right won.
 

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The spectators searched for the correct decision too.
 

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The match for the third place.
 

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And the final!
 

And about who and what place has occupied, you’ll learn, having looked through a rewarding ceremony!

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The original badge - «The Pawn on the chess honeycombs» - was given to all winners of the championship. For the first place, naturally, of a higher standard!
 

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The awards are waiting for the heroes.
 

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The spectators are waiting too …
 

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The officials are greeting the participants.
 

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The National team of Serbia – is the best team of the championship!
 

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The awards to the winners!
 

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Valery Kopyl shows the original medal of the Championship and …
 

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… representsValery Baranovsky who has thought up the sketch of a badge «The Pawn on the chess honeycombs».
 

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The applause to the author of the idea!
 

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The national team of Poland is the silver prize-winner.
 

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A hand shake from the main judge.
 

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And from friends-contenders …
 

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The Russian national team is the bronze prize-winner.
 

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A collective portrait of the best teams.
 

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Peter Murdzja is the champion of Europe in the personal offset!
 

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Vladimir Podinic is the silver prize-winner!
 

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Bojan Vuckovic is the bronze winner!
 

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The Heroes of the European championship.
 

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The best juniors of the championship (from the left to the right): Misratdin Iskandarov (silver), Kasper Piorun (gold) and Piotr Gorski (bronze).
 

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The best seigneurs of the championship (from the left to the right): Vilimantas Satkus (bronze), Harri Hurme (gold) and Alexander Azhusin (silver).
 

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The best solvers of the open-tournament: Alexander Bulavka (bronze), Valery Kopyl (gold) and Peter Murdzja (silver).
 

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The triumphers of the etude show: (from the left to the right): Misratdin Iskandarov (the 2nd place), Kasper Piorun (the 1st place), Vladimir Podinic (the 3rd place) and Ilham Aliev (the 4th place).
 

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The applause to the author of these lines for the idea and realisation of the original project.
 

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The European championship pearls: Anna Bylinkina (on the left) and Elena Kozhukina.
 

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A kiss from the President!
 

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… and from Valery Baranovsky.
 

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The hymn of Ukraine … sounds
 

The championship ended, long live a new Championship! This well-known phrase will never be banal and worn out. See you on new feasts of chess creativity!
 

Sergey N.Tkachenko

The Honoured Chess Master of Sports of Ukraine