Moscow Open: Nino Batsiashvili Leads Grandmaster Tournament Among Students

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The Georgian player Nino Batsiashvili snatched the lead before the last round of the Grandmaster tournament among students. She beat Maria Severina without facing any difficulties neither in the opening nor later during the game.

Nino Batsiashvili - "Miss romance" of the Moscow Open


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