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IMs Smirnov and Illingworth joint winners of NSW Open 2015

logo (1)The NSW Open 2015 took place from 6-8th June, at the Chatswood Club in Sydney, the most populous city in Australia and Oceania.

The tournament was a 7-round individual Swiss event with tempo of play 90′ + 30″ and it is an ACF & Oceania Grand Prix Class 5 event.

International Masters Anton Smirnov and Max Illingworth came out joint winners of the NSW Open 2015, finishing with 6/7 points and leaving the nearest follower GM Zong-Yuan Zhao half a point behind.

You can see the full standings below.

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Final standings:
1 IM Smirnov Anton 2452 6
2 IM Illingworth Max 2553 6
3 GM Zhao Zong-Yuan 2557 5,5
4 IM Bjelobrk Igor 2436 5
5 GM Melkumyan Hrant 2651 5
6 IM Jones Richard S. 2411 5
7 IM Lane Gary W 2430 5
8 Xuan Thomas 2010 5
9 Chen Pengyu 2305 4,5
10 Huynh Arthur 2045 4,5
11 Murray Bruce D 1937 4,5
12 Press Harry 1901 4,5
13 Ng Clive 2032 4,5
14 CM Kempen Leon 1879 4
15 Ingham Glenn 1639 4
16 CM Mandla Blair 2157 4
17 Muller Henning 1775 4
18 O’Chee Kevin 2227 4
19 Ball Christopher 1774 4
20 Jain Kamal 1640 4
21 Mallari Donato 2017 4
22 Talam Lito 0 4
23 Webster David 1979 4
24 Silver Dmitri 2006 3,5
25 Willathgamuwa Kevin 1929 3,5
26 Bierkens Pieter 2135 3,5
27 Wong Shyun Fwu Aldrin 1610 3,5
28 Glissan Paul 1737 3,5
29 Li Raymond 1617 3,5
30 Antoniazzi Francesco 1610 3,5
31 Bolens Johny 1649 3
32 Redgrave John 1787 3
33 Chen Marcus Meng Boon 1633 3
34 Rewais Sarwat 1857 3
35 Kordahi Nicholas 1815 3
36 Chua Joe 1740 3
37 WIM Jarek Katherine 1900 3
38 Brockman Roland 1562 2,5
39 Hathiramani Dillon 1629 2,5
40 Abbott Peter 1886 2,5
41 O’Donoghue Malachi 1727 2,5
42 Silver Grisha 1268 2,5
43 Marsh David 1455 2,5
44 Baterowicz Mark 1550 2,5
45 Chen Alvin Yi Jing 1597 2,5
46 Fikh Anthony 1423 2
47 Raykhman Oleg 2089 2
48 Gong Michael 0 2
49 Tsai Ryan 1740 2
50 Nguyen Tan Thanh 0 2
51 Weber Kent 1487 1,5
52 Hagist Fred M 1994 1,5

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