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Admiral Niels Juel Cup 2013 after 5 rounds

The Admiral Niels Juel Cup 2013 is being held on 20th-27th April at the Asgard School, Norsvej 2, 4600 in Køge, a southwest seaport of Copenhagen, Denmark.

It is a 10-round Swiss open with classical FIDE time control. April 21st and 26th are double round days.

40 players have signed up to participate, including 10 GMs and 7 IMs.

After 5 rounds, first seed GM Ivan Sokolov is with 3.5/5 after losing his last game against Russian GM Alexandre Danin. Lithuanian GM Eduardas Rozentalis is second in the standings, but also lost his round 4 match-up against GM Vladimir Burmakin.

Other strong GMs participating are Vladimir Epishin, Marc Narciso and Yuri Solodovncihenko.

Tournament website 

The playing hall

Standings after 5 rounds:

1 GM Ivan Sokolov 2643
2 GM Eduardas Rozentalis 2631 3
3 GM Vladimir Epishin 2612 3
4 GM Vladimir Burmakin 2580 4
5 GM Alexandre Danin 2575
6 GM Marc Narciso Dublan 2551 3
7 GM Evgeny Gleizerov 2546
8 GM Yuri Solodovnichenko 2543
9 GM Mikhail Ulibin 2521
10 GM Milos Pavlovic 2509 3
11 IM Saptarshi Roy Chowdhury 2471
12 IM Swayangsu Satyapragyan 2463 3
13 IM Silas Esben Lund 2412 0
14 IM Nicolai Vesterbæk Pedersen 2413
15 IM Dinesh K. Sharma 2371 3
16 FM Mikkel Strange 2335 3
17 IM Virginijus Dambrauskas 2315
18 IM Vladimir Prosviriakov 2304 3
19 FM Dr. Joachim Wintzer 2301 0
20 CM Bharat Arjun 2281 3
21 Sandi Stojanovski 2260 3
22 Mogens Henrik Thuesen 2261 1
23 Alexander Rosenkilde 2247
24 Mohammad Nubairshah Shaikh 2166 2
25 Christian Altenburg Eriksson 2173 3
26 Hans Dahl Pedersen 2174 2
27 WIM Oksana Vovk 2133 3
28 Michael Nielsen 2176
29 Henrik Emil Bruun 2085 2
30 Michael Grove 2015 2
31 Bjarke Gadgaard Aage 2067 2
32 Naik Rishubh Naresh 1942 3
33 Daniel Kokholm 1937 2
34 Peter Sebastian Stuhr 1941 2
35 Horst Hubert Schmidt 1841 1
36 Mihai Ursta Anghel
37 Mayuri Karunanayake 1614 2
38 Steen Bjørn 1608 ½
39 Hans E. Andersen 1719
40 Faruk Dupovac 1514 2
41 Jan Kraul Brøndum 1585
42 Henry Petersen 0

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