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GM Sergei Ovsejevitsch claims Martigny Open 2014

The 23rd edition of the traditional chess tournament Martigny Open was held on 25-28th July 2014 in Martigny, Switzerland.

The event was a 7-round Swiss with a time control 90′ + 30″.

GM Sergei Ovsejevitsch (UKR) emerged a clear winner with 6/7 points and grabbed the top prize of 1.500 CHF.

Second place was shared in a five-way tie by GM Igor Rausis (CZE), GM Alexandre Dgebuadze (BEL), GM Marin Bosiocic (CRO), GM Alexander Cherniaev (RUS) and IM Nicolas Brunner (FRA) on 5,5 points each.

In parallel with the open tournament GM Christian Bauer, 2012 France Individual Chess Champion, delivered a simultaneous exhibition.

Official website

the best local player Frank Salzgeber, Committee President of Martigny Open 2014 Pierre Perruchoud and GM Sergey Ovsejevitsch (from left to right)

The best local player Frank Salzgeber, Committee President of Martigny Open 2014 Pierre Perruchoud and GM Sergey Ovsejevitsch (from left to right)

Top standings after 7 rounds:

1. Ovsejevitsch,Sergei GM 2569 M UKR 6.0
2. Rausis,Igors GM 2578 M CZE 5.5
3. Dgebuadze,Alexandre GM 2487 M BEL 5.5
4. Bosiocic,Marin GM 2544 M CRO 5.5
5. Cherniaev,Alexander GM 2434 M RUS 5.5
6. Brunner,Nicolas IM 2425 M FRA 5.5
7. Bauer,Christian GM 2649 M FRA 5.0
8. Huss,Andreas IM 2378 M SUI 5.0
9. Habibi,Ali IM 2263 M GER 5.0
10. Kelecevic,Nedeljko IM 2232 M SUI 5.0
11. Burnier,David FM 2301 M SUI 5.0
12. Barletta,Mauro CM 2197 M ITA 5.0
13. Mensch,Etienne IM 2336 M FRA 4.5
14. Bondar,Yevgen FM 2372 M SUI 4.5
15. Pahud,Cedric 2142 M SUI 4.5
16. Salzgeber,Frank 2157 M SUI 4.5
17. Curien,Nicolas 2195 M SUI 4.5
18. Wiesmann,Dominiq 2055 M SUI 4.5
19. Perruchoud,Benoit 2011 M SUI 4.5
20. Beney,Eddy 2065 M SUI 4.5
21. Stoeri,Simon 2196 M SUI 4.0
22. Besse,Leonard 2067 M SUI 4.0
23. Bussa,Paolo 1812 M ITA 4.0
24. De Silva,Joel Niels 2021 M GER 4.0
24. Deschenaux,Bernar 2011 M SUI 4.0
26. Janasik,Gerhard,Dr 1987 M GER 4.0
27. Perruchoud,Pierre 1992 M SUI 4.0
28. Schaub,Marc 1967 M FRA 4.0
29. De Kalbermatten,Ad 1761 M SUI 4.0

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