In 2001 he tied for 1st–2nd with Semen Dvoirys at Geneva Open. In 2003 he tied for 2nd–4th with Vasily Yemelin and Alexander Rustemov in the Russian Chess Championship. In 2009, tied for 2nd–4th with Viorel Iordachescu and Sergei Tiviakov at Moscow Open
Wikipedia article: Alexey Korotylev
ASchultz: He's the player of the day, and he's also on the wrong end of the Puzzle of the Day.
But I better not talk too much smack about someone who could beat me easily for sure.
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