Tomas Krnan

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Tomas Krnan
Country Canada
Title International Master
FIDE rating 2417 (April 2021)
Peak rating 2450

Tomas Krnan is a Canadian chess International Master.

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Chess career

He has represented his country in a number of chess olympiads, including 2006 and 2016.

He played in the Chess World Cup 2015, being defeated by Ding Liren in the first round.

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