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GM Nikita Maiorov wins Bergquell Open

UntitledGM Nikita Maiorov (Belarus) emerged a clear winner of the Bergquell Open 2015 with 5,5/7 points.

The event was organized by Chess Club 1994 OberlanD e.V. from 7th to 12th February in Lautersdorf, Germany.

The second place was shared in a three-way tie by GM Yuri Solodovnichenko (Ukraine), GM Henrik Teske (Germany) and GM Vladimir Okhotnik (France) with 5 points each, but the Ukrainian player prevailed on a superior tie-break score and took the silver, while Teske remained third.

The 15-year-old German talented player, Roven Vogel, finished fifth with 4,5/7 points. You can see the full standings below.

Tournament website

Final standings:
1. Maiorov,Nikita 2579 BEL 5.5
2. Solodovnichenko,Yuri 2577 SF Gerresheim UKR 5.0
3. Teske,Henrik 2483 SV Rüdersdorf GER 5.0
4. Okhotnik,Vladimir 2444 FRA 5.0
5. Vogel,Roven 2399 USV TU Dresden GER 4.5
6. Inkiov,Ventzislav 2439 BUL 4.5
7. Schulz,Karsten 2312 SF Schwerin GER 4.5
8. Meijers,Viesturs 2468 ESV Nickelhütte Aue LAT 4.0
9. Herbrig,Alexander 1955 SC Einheit Bautzen GER 4.0
10. Graf,Roland 2190 FVS ASP Hoyerswerda GER 4.0
11. Brauer,Christian 2096 SpV Ebersbach/SA GER 4.0
12. Altstadt,Karl-Simon 2002 USV Halle GER 3.5
13. Rößler,Frank-Peter 1961 SC Oberland GER 3.5
14. Rößler,Ulrike 2156 SC Oberland GER 3.5
15. Herbrig,Thomas 1951 SC Einheit Bautzen GER 3.5
16. Domanski,Lukasz 1821 Akademia Schachowa Gliwice POL 3.5
17. Herbrig,Marie-Helen 1795 SC Einheit Bautzen GER 3.0
18. Raabe,Peter 2161 SC Lüneburg GER 3.0
19. Schulz,Stefan 1846 SV Görlitz GER 3.0
20. Graf,Peter 1931 Klub Kölner SF GER 3.0
21. Strozewski,Werner 1564 SV Görlitz GER 3.0
22. Grieme,Jens 1861 TuS Syke GER 2.5
23. Seifert,Ronny 2000 Glauchauer SC GER 2.5
24. Thesing,Ansgar 1890 SC Kreuzberg GER 2.5
25. Graf,Pia 1778 FVS ASP Hoyerswerda GER 2.5
26. Schmidt,Johannes 1746 SC Lüneburg GER 2.5
27. Epishin,Vladimir 2573 RUS 2.0
28. Pohl,Holger 1694 SC Vilshofen GER 1.0

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