He took 12th at Moscow 1899 (the 1st Russian Chess Championship, Mikhail Chigorin won), shared 1st with Goncharov in Moscow City Chess Championship in 1901, and tied for 5-7th at Moscow-ch 1902 (Boyarkov won).
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