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Kuljasevic claims first International Open Tournament “Castelfranco Veneto”

Croatian Grandmaster Davorin Kuljasevic is the winner of the 1st International Open Tournament “Castelfranco Veneto”.

The event took place in the walled city with medieval castle Castelfranco Veneto, Italy, on 10 – 13 April, 2014.

Kuljasevic collected 5.5 points and shared 1st place in a 3-way tie with WGM Iva Videnova (Bulgaria) and FM Xia Jie (Italy).

The tournament format was 7 round Swiss with time control of 110 minutes + 30 seconds per move and a total prize fund of 2600 EU.

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Davorin Kuljasevic

Davorin Kuljasevic receiving the trophy

Medieval walls of Castelfranco Veneto

Medieval walls of Castelfranco Veneto

Castelfranco Veneto

Castelfranco Veneto

A monument of the famous Italian painter Giorgione

A monument of the famous Italian painter Giorgione

Final standings:

1. GM Kuljasevic Davorin (2550) – 5.5

2. WGM Videnova Iva (2276) – 5.5

3. FM Xia Jie (2299) – 5.5

4. GM Rombaldoni Axel (2513) – 5

5. IM Aleksic Nenad (2348) – 5

6. FM Del Monaco Andrea (2306) – 5

7. Boraso Alessio (2142) – 5

8. Pozzobon Davide (1938) – 5

9. GM Naumkin Igor (2450) – 4.5

10. Negro Roberto (2146) – 4.5

11. Sorbera Giovanni (2171) – 4.5

12. Losada Thonon Juan Antonio (2097) – 4.5

13. Zanirato Stefano (1914) – 4

14. Negro Raffaele (1794) – 4

15. Panican Gheorge (1984) – 4

16. Vizireanu Dragos (1859) – 4

17. Latella Tomasso (1549) – 4

18. Debortoli Francesco (1748) – 3.5

19. Tissino Tiziano (1803) – 3.5

20. Rossi Gianni (1798) – 3.5

21. Militello Michele (1834) – 3.5

22. Omeri Silvan (2200) – 3

23. Mancin Michele (1785) – 3

24. Olmo Angel Fernandez (1635) – 3

25. Pompili Alberto (1740) – 3

26. Cecchetto Andrea (1661) – 3

27. Belloni Umberto (1762) – 3

28. Loiacono Leonardo (1652) – 3

29. Loiacono Antonio (1743) – 3

30. Barbieri Lorenzo (1816) – 3

31. Martarello Andrea (1508) – 3

32. Palma Maria (1705) – 3

33. Rostolis Riccardo (1889) – 3

34. Miatto Marco (1590) – 2.5

35. Benetti Lorenzo (1679) – 2.5

36. Boschesi Giovanni (1496) – 2.5

37. De Marchi Alessandro (1724) – 2

38. Soligon Paolo (1416) – 2

39. Tomassetti Giuseppe (1673) – 2

40. Moretto Pietro (1515) – 2

41. Serradura Gianluca (1497) – 2

42. Franco Alessandro P. (1886) – 1.5

43. Mason Giacomo (1440) – 1.5

44. Castaldini Marzia (1517) – 1.5

45. Scandiuzzi Roberto (1449) – 1.5

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