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GM Negi Wins World Open Warm-Up Print E-mail
July 2, 2013
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GM Parimarjan Negi took clear first at the DC International (June 27-July 1) with 7.5/9. His wins included victories over GM Magesh Panchanathan and IM Justin Sarkar. Negi won $2000 for his victory. 






IM Bindi Cheng came in clear second with 7/9. 

 


Find more games and full standings on the website, http://www.internationalchess.net/. Also look for reports by Jamaal Abdul-Alim and US Chess Scoop video from the World Open (June 29-July 7).
 
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