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First official advanced chess match in Ukraine ends in thrilling draw

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Apr. 02, 2013 17:35
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Reigning women's world chess champion Anna Ushenina played to a draw in today's first ever advanced chess match held in Ukraine.
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Kyiv’s Radisson Blu hotel hosted the nation’s first officially sanctioned advanced, or computer-assisted, chess match on April 2 between reigning women’s chess champion Anna Ushenina and women’s international master Olena Boytsun.

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