The Russian chess team has triumphed at the Spanish city Saragossa and ensured their World Championship title. While Poland was defeated in finals, the German team achieved vardenafil hcl a solid drug interactions between prozac and plavix 4th place at the IBCA World Championship 2013.
14 teams competed in Saragossa
Ordinarily, 16 teams line up for the World Championship of the International Braille Chess Association (IBCA). This year, however, two teams withdrew their participation on short notice and therefore only 14 teams were part of the event in Saragossa. Among them, members of the German Chess Association of Blind and Partially Sighted. The preliminary round was played in two groups of each seven teams. Group A was headed by Russia, as expected, with 19 points. Columbia ranked 2nd, followed by Venezuela, India, Romania, and Croatia. In Group B Poland (17.5 points) and Spain (16.0 points) emerged to semi- finals, while the Ukraine, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, and Great Britain dropped out after the preliminaries.
Russia and Poland with clear victories at semi- finals
Semi- finals ended in two vardenafil very obvious victories: The Russian team had no mercy with the home team and therefore defeated Spain at 3:1. Such outstanding result was by all means to be expected. While Alexey Pakhomov (Elo 2396) and Stanislav Babarykin (Elo 2283) ended their games against Augustin Fernandes Manrique (Elo 2190) and Gavril Draghici Flutur in a tie, Yuri A. Meshkov (Elo 2356) and Sergey Krylov (Elo 2333) clearly defeated Manuel Palacios Perez (Elo 2914) and Roberto Clemente Llamero (Elo clomid 2149). An equally distinct loss was recorded for the German team, which lost 1:3 to Poland. Oliver Müller and Anton Lindemair drew remise in their duels, but Frank Schellmann and Dieter Riegler lost to their Polish opponents.
Russia defeats Poland, Spain ahead of Germany
The game for 3rd rank at the Championship http://vardenafilcialis-generic.org/ in Saragossa was a clear thing: The home team left the Germans far behind at a score of 3.5 : 0.5. Frank Schellmann achieved a remise, but Oliver Müller, Dieter Riegler, and Jürgen Pohlers were unfortunate and thus their defeats were distinct. Much tougher was the battle for the gold medal: Alexey Pakhomov lost the duel to Piotr Dukaczewski (Elo 2226), while Yuri A. Meshkov and Stanislav Babarykin achieved the crucial victories for the title at the IBCA World Championship 2013.
written by Michael, translated by Birthe