20 September 2017
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Ukrainian grand master reached final of Chess World Cup

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Ukrainian grand master Ruslan Ponomarev at tiebreaker gained a victory over Russian Vladimir Malahov with a score of 3:1 and became the second finalist of Chess World Cup, which took place  Khanty-Mansiysk city.

According to RIA Novosti, Ruslan Ponomarev having ended two classic chess games in a draw (1:1), he was defeated in the first meeting at quick chess, but after that gained a victory three times running. At the final he will meet with representative of Israel Boris Gelfand, who gained a victory over Ukrainian Sergiy Karyakin with a score of 2:0.

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