Thursday, November 23, 2017

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The solver from Belgium Marcel van Herck is able to estimate a tasty plan of an etude!
 

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Slovak Marek Kolcak is a skilled solver and a remarkable chess man of faith.
 

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A legendary grand master Marjan Kovacevic from Serbia!
 

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Marko Filipovic from Croatia is always adjusted on victory.
 

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Martynas Limontas from Lithuania (the first on the right) was not badly warmed up in the open-tournament.
 

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Matej Vyparina (Slovakia) is impatiently waiting for the task of the etude tour.
 

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Michael Krojtor from Moldova showed the best time in a double-moves tour.
 

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Mikalai Sihnevich has headed the team of Belarus.
 

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Milan Svrcek from Slovakia does a correct move.
 

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Mordechai Chovnik, acting now for the team of Israel, once participated in the championships of Ukraine on the decision.
 

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Oliver Ralik (Slovakia): victory is not the main thing...
 

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Omer Friedland from Israel (in the foreground) verifies the decision with the standard!
 

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Oto Michalco from Slovakia handed in his competitive sheet a pair of minutes ago. Now it is possible to give rest to his eyes!
 

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An Englishman Paul Valois took part in the etude show.
 

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Czech Pavel Kamenik - is the main judge of the championship.
 

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Piotr Gorski (Poland). A drink is the same  colour as his T-shirt!
 

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Ramil Javadov (Azerbaijan) is good at solving problems on a return mate!
 

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An Englishman Roddy McKay (on the left) and the Byelorussian Michael Hramtsevich (on the right) showed almost identical result in the open-tournament!
 

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Ryszard Krolikowski from Poland skillfully operates on three boards at once!