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FM Fahad finishes at 86th in Dubai Ches

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FM M Fahad Rahman finished at 86 position in Dubai Open Chess Tournament-2017 held at Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Fahad earned 5 points out of 9 games. In the 9th or last round games were held on Tuesday and Fahad beat CM Mullick Raahil of India.
Seven players earned 7 points each after 9th round, in tie-breaking system.
GM Jones Gawain of England became champion, GM Yilmaz Mustafa of Turkey became runner-up and GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi of India became 3rd.
A total of 214 players from 42 countries including 42 Grandmaster's, 6 Women Grandmaster's and 33 International; Masters took part in the event.

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