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Alexei Shirov won M-Tel Masters 2009

Alexey Shirov won Mtel Masters 2009. Today he defeated the leader before the last round - Magnus Carlsen from Norway. FIDE's official No.1 Veselin Topalov finished third, after quick draw today.

MTel Masters 2009 - Final standings

5th Mtel Masters Sofia (BUL), 13-23 May 2009, cat. XXI (2755)
1Shirov, AlexeigESP2745--11162879
2Carlsen, MagnusgNOR27700--11162818
3Topalov, VeselingBUL28120--11162804
5Wang YuegCHN273800--142751
4Dominguez Perez, LeiniergCUB27170--042758
6Ivanchuk, VassilygUKR2746000001--32481

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