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Sevillano, Moradiabadi & Peters Top Latest Metropolitan Invitationals Print E-mail
By Ankit Gupta   
August 24, 2013
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Metropolitan Chess, Inc. hosted two norm round robin tournaments from August 13th to 18th, 2013. In the 28th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational, GM Enrico Sevillano and GM Elshan Moradiabadi (pictured above) tied for 1st. In the 29th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational, IM Jack Peters took clear first. No norms were achieved in either tournament, however, both events were still full of spirited and fighting chess.



Keep updated with events by Metropolitan Chess, Inc, by visiting www.metrochessla.com.

The tournaments were sponsored by California Market Center, Fashion Business, Inc, Chess.com, MonRoi, LawyerFy, the Law Offices of Steinfl & Bruno, and EventForte Inc. 

This tournament were the 28th and 29th in its series and was held in Suite C855 of the California Market Center on 110 East 9th Street, Los Angeles 90079. 
 
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