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Kaidanov Leads in Saint Louis, Robson and Ramirez a Point Behind Print E-mail
March 8, 2011
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GM Robson, FM Yang, GM Kraai, GM Khachiyan, GM Kaidanov, GM Benjamin, GM Ramirez, GM Becerra and GM Perelshteyn

GM Gregory Kaidanov is a full point ahead at the Saint Louis Invitational, also a qualifier for the 2011 US Championships. The final two spots in the Championship will go to the top two finishers from the nine-player round robin. GMs Alejandro Ramirez and Ray Robson are tied for 2nd-3rd with  4/7.

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Watch the exciting race for qualification (there will be a playoff if there's a tie for 2nd), by following live games and video feed on the CCSCSL website.
 
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