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November 26, 2012
Erenburg.jpgThe results are in from major tournaments held over Thanksgiving weekend.

At the National Chess Congress in Philadelphia, GMs Sergey Erenburg and Aleksander Lenderman tied for first with 5/6, good for $2250 each (plus a $100 bonus for Lenderman, the winner on tiebreak). Look for a US Chess Scoop video from Philly later this week and check out full results on the tournament website at  http://nationalchesscongress.com/ and MSA rated results here.

At the American Open in Los Angeles, Melikset Khachiyan took clear first with 6.5/8. Randy Hough will report later this week for CLO.

GMs Georg Meier, Fidel Corrales Jiminez & Denes Boros tied for first at the Thanksgiving Open in Saint Louis with 5/6 each. Find full USCF rated crosstables on MSA. Right on the heels of the star-studded open, the CCSCSL Invitational is now underway.

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