Sergej Wassin from Ukraine is the newly-crowned IBSA Chess World Champion following his victory at the IBSA Chess Individual World Championships in Calimanesti, Romania.
Sergej won gold on 2320 points at the end of the nine-round competition, just 18 points ahead of fellow Ukranian Sergey Grigorchuk on 2302. Spain's Albert Olivera took bronze on 2260 points.
Caption: Sergej Wassin.
The competition, held between October 3rd and 12th, featured 31 players from seven countries. The second edition of the individual world championships will be held in 2018.
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