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This is a text for the post. Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia — September 20, 2011— Russian grandmaster Peter Svidler, 35, captured the World Cup title on Monday after winning a four-game final against his compatriot Alexander Grischuk. Svidler won the first game and forced a draw in the remaining three.

On the way to the final, Svidler, who is a six-time Russian champion and one of the highest-ranked players in the world, defeated strong competitors — American Gata Kamsky and Urkainian Ruslan Ponomariov. Svidler, who described his World Cup title as “the highest achievement in chess so far” during the press conference in Khanty-Mansyisk, will collect $96,000 prize and a ticket to the 2012 world championship matches.

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