Nothing fishy about Denmark
RIGA - The Danish maintained their form yet again during the Baltic Times Open's second round on April 8.
The ambassadorial team, who has continuously shown both spirit and talent on the alley, scored a total of 452 points. Sweden I, last season's tournament champions, took second place with 423 points. Not far behind, Finland II took third with 399, followed by Germany I with 382, Denmark III with 368 and Latvia II with 244.
More than a year after the Open's christening, the tournament and its players have the system down like clockwork. Game strategies and MVPs have long been established, and the tournament has an overall air of professionalism.
The Russian Embassy showed its true dedication this week. Sergei Yastrzhembsky, President Vladimir Putin's advisor was on official visit in Riga the same day as the tournament. Nevertheless, the Russian team appeared at the game ready to play, showing that the Open has clearly become a priority 's one that is thoroughly enjoyed.
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