Gelfand, Dominguez Tie For First in Netanya
Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at 1:27AM
Dennis Monokroussos in Boris Gelfand, Leinier Dominguez

...and Boris Gelfand came in first on tiebreaks. Congratulations to the former vice champion, who at 51 is making a run to return to 2700. It's also a good result for Leinier Dominguez, who is knocking on the door of the world's top 10. Here are the final standings of the Masters tournament at the Netanya International Chess Festival.

1. Gelfand 5.5 (of 9)
2. Dominguez 5.5
3-4. Eljanov, Dubov 5
5-7. Rodshtein, Svidler, Smirin 4.5
8-9. McShane, Nabaty 4
10. Postny 2.5

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