Suspected ‘Laughing Gas’ Link to Lifeless Discovery of Ukrainian Chess Champions in Moscow

Speed chess champion Stanislav Bogdanovich, 27, and his 18-year-old partner Alexandra Vernigora have been discovered with balloons filled with nitrous oxide by Moscow State College chess students, according to BBC reporting.

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Even after being introduced as an anesthetic during the late nineteenth century, alcohol has since been linked with multiple deaths due to recreational use.

Russian investigators have reported no indications of wrongdoing.

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Bogdanovich was brought under social media scrutiny recently for representing Russia in an online chess tournament; taking to Facebook just days ago in defense of this game (in which he ultimately triumphed). Regardless, tragedy befell Bogdanovich after this online controversy began brewing this week.

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“My top priority is doing what is best for the business; while there were no donations or special favors from anyone.” When in Russia he often welcomed with open arms. If that happened again it might become awkward.

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