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The tournament Taca Cuca in Luanda, Angola was a wonderful event for both local and European players. The latter come home laden with exotic prints and premises were able to cope with some great teachers from the neighboring continent. To the winner of the tournament, Nigel Short, this was not the first visit to Africa and Angola has also been in the past. In the number two and three colleagues placed their masters, Antonio Fernandes (Portugal) and Sergey Tiviakov (Netherlands). Deon Solomons was the "best of the rest." The South African forward to one of the great masters, Luis Galego. In the women's competition, Alina L'Ami was crowned winner with a convincing result of 9 / 9 points, winning all their games. She and Sergey Tiviakov have sent a photo report: