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GM Bator Sambuev with perfect score in Montreal Open Championship

The Quebec Chess Federation staged the 2013 Montreal Open Championship on 6-8th September at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, 3200 Côte Sainte-Catherine, Montréal.

The tournament was held in four sections: Section A Open, Section B (U2000), Section C (U1600) and Section D (U1200). All sections were played over five rounds of Swiss system.

The Open section had 34 participants. GM Bator Sambuev took the top prize with perfect 5,0/5 score, a full point ahead of IM Jean Hebert. Full standings below.

2013 Quebec Open playing venue

Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in Montréal

The U2000 section had 40 participants. Jonathan Turcotte (elo 1990) is the sole winner with 4,5/5 points.

The U1600 section had 44 participants. Matthieu Johnson-Constantin (elo 1561) took the first place with 5,0/5 points.

The U1200 section had 35 participants. Allison Tsypin (elo 1138) conceded only one draw to finish clear first with 4,5/5 points.

The total prize fund was 5000$. Top prizes in the Open section were $1000/500/300/150.

Quebec Chess Federation

Open section final standings:

1. Sambuev Bator CAN 2562 – 5
2. Hebert Jean CAN 2421 – 4
3. Qin Ziyi CAN 2333 – 3.5
4. Nicula Marius CAN 2184 – 3.5
5. Masse Hugues CAN 2169 – 3.5
6. Ibrahim Anthony CAN 2157 – 3.5
7. Prahov Valentin CAN 2135 – 3.5
8. Khashper Arkady CAN 2134 – 3.5
9. Kleinman Michael CAN 2292 – 3
10. Libersan Thierry CAN 2143 – 3
11. Le Duin Thierry CAN 2015 – 3
12. Chiku-Ratte Olivier-Kenta CAN 2263 – 2.5
13. Beaulieu Eric CAN 2252 – 2.5
14. Nikulich Oleksandr CAN 2117 – 2.5
15. Trahan Daniel CAN 2115 – 2.5
16. Cardona Misael CAN 2109 – 2.5
17. Robichaud Louis CAN 2083 – 2.5
18. Yu Zong Yang CAN 2070 – 2.5
19. Lopez Linares Lizandro Fernand CAN 2059 – 2.5
20. Zhou Qiyu CAN 2007 – 2.5
21. Luo Zhao Yang CAN 1981 – 2.5
22. Sprumont Oscar CAN 1964 – 2.5
23. Zhu Hong Rui CAN 2066 – 2
24. Nunez Omar CAN 1993 – 2
25. Dumont Félix CAN 2144 – 1.5
26. Vidal Liewellyn CAN 2102 – 1.5
27. Poulin Mathieu CAN 2080 – 1.5
28. Corriveau Philippe CAN 2048 – 1.5
29. Bouchard Jean-Marc CAN 1979 – 1.5
30. Cvetkovic Siméon CAN 1964 – 1.5
31. Barre Michel CAN 1956 – 1.5
32. Gueorguiev Valentin CAN 1887 – 1.5
33. Langlois-Remillard Alexis CAN 1941 – 1
34. Sarrazin-Gendron Roman CAN 2020 – 0

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