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Azerbaijani chess player wins FIDE Olympic Tournament

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Azerbaijani chess player Kenan Velikhanov has become the winner of the FIDE Olympic Tournament in composing dedicated to the 42nd World Chess Olympiad 2016.

The tournament was organized by the International Chess Federation (FIDE), within the framework of its "Chess Composition" special project and the Azerbaijan Chess Federation in six sections.

The tournament was coordinated with the WFCC Presidium and is a part of the joint efforts by FIDE and WFCC for the popularization and development of chess composition worldwide.

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2016.06.12 / 12:35
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