Svidler on winning the Russian Team Championship
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Svidler on winning the Russian Team Championship

Peter Svidler’s Bronze Horseman team recently won the Russian Team Championship for a 3rd time after scoring eight wins and one draw. It wasn’t easy, though, since they were pushed all the way by their Moscow rivals led by Daniil Dubov and had to beat the 2nd seeds led by Boris Gelfand in the final round to clinch the title. Peter talks about how the tournament went and about the players and games that stood out.




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