We occasionally see the Russian team get off to a slow start, but the second round upset at the European Team Championship suffered by the Russians at the hands of Turkey was still quite a shock. Even when you consider that the Turkish team is not particularly…Turkish. The decisive point was scored by a Serbian import, Dragan Solak, who has represented Turkey since 2011. The 33-year-old grandmaster defeated Alexander Grischuk in a rough game that showed that chess matches are not played on paper. Let’s see how it happened.