Chess player Ermes Espinosa dominates the men's championship of Villa Clara
- Submitted by: Camila
- 02 / 12 / 2015
Young MF Ermes Espinosa, Villa Clara, leads with five points from a possible six male chess tournament which is located in this city.
In the sixth round, he defeated the current national champion, GM Isam Ortiz, in a very tense game from start to finish, topped by Espinosa in 77 hauls in a final four pawns for the winner against bishop and two pawns his opponent .
With the defeat inflicted upon Ortiz, the first to suffer in the tournament, Ermes has won two Grand Masters, an International Master and another FIDE, which says clearly the good moment that the local chess.
Elapsed the sixth round, the GM Yu¬niesky Quesada, winner of Master In¬ter-national Camilo Gomez, climbed to second place with 4.5 points, followed by Ortiz, who has four. Behind stripes are placed with 3.5 GM Yuri Gonzalez and Carlos Hevia MI, MI followed by Roberto Gomez Ledo and Roberto García, plus GM Omar Almeida, with three units.
More behind in the table appear, GM Yusnel Bacallao two and a half, GM Aramis Alvarez, IM Camilo Gomez and Alexei Fer¬nández and MF Elier Miranda and Michel Diaz Ale¬jandro, all with two points.