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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

19th Pamplona International Chess Tournament:round 9 results and final crosstable

Here are the results from the 9th and final round if play at the Pamplona Chess Tournament (the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):

Round 9 (December 29, 2009)

Granda Zuniga, Julio E     - Georgiev, Kiril  result:    ½-½  number of moves:    70    
Reinaldo Castineira, Roi     - Lopez Martinez, Josep Manuel  result:    1-0    number of moves:    60   

Mirzoev, Azer     - Laznicka, Viktor           result:   ½-½    number of moves:    35    
Alsina Leal, Daniel     - Meier, Georg        result:   ½-½    number of moves:    71    
Recuero Guerra, David     - Huerga Leache, Mikel   result:    ½-½  number of moves:    22    

These results mean the following final standings occurred for the tournament:GM George Meier wins the tournament on a tie-break. Congratulations GM Meier!

XIX Magistral 2009

1 Meier,Geo 2653 +33
½½½11½½½16.0 / 9 24.75
2 Granda Zuniga,J 2640 +47 ½
1½01½½116.0 / 9 24.00
3 Laznicka,V 2637 +51 ½0
½1½1½116.0 / 9 23.00
4 Georgiev,Ki 2672 +12 ½½½
½½½1116.0 / 9 23.00
5 Reinaldo Castineira,R 2488 +135 010½
½1½½15.0 / 9
6 Mirzoev,A 2617 -46 00½½½
½1½14.5 / 9 16.50
7 Lopez Martinez,Josep 2589 -15 ½½0½0½
½114.5 / 9 16.50
8 Alsina Leal,D 2523 -20 ½½½0½0½
½½3.5 / 9
9 Recuero Guerra,D 2494 -76 ½000½½0½
½2.5 / 9
10 Huerga Leache,M 2435 -205 0000000½½
1.0 / 9
Average Elo: 2574 <=> Cat: 13 gm = 5.04 m = 3.24

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