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Boil Banov claims 134th MGU Open Sofia

Boil Banov

Boil Banov

The 134th MGU Open 2015 was held from 31st January to 1st February, 2015, at the Chess Club MGU, in Sofia, capital and largest city of Bulgaria.

The event was organized by FA Dimitar Iliev under the auspices of the University of mining and geology “St Ivan Rilski” Sofia,  Chess Club “An Pasan” and “Zora” Trading Company in a 6-round Swiss FIDE format, open to all players rated below 2200 and it will be valid for FIDE and national rating.

Boil Banov emerged a clear winner with 5/6 points, leaving the nearest followers half a point behind.

Dragan Bozilov edged Tsetsko Todorov on tie-break to take the silver, after both players finished the tournament with 4.5/6 points.

You can see the full standings and replay the games below.

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Final standings:

1 Banov Boil BUL 2130 5
2 Bozilov Dragan SRB 1928 4,5
3 Todorov Tsetsko BUL 2076 4,5
4 Petrov Anton BUL 1647 4
5 NM Andreev Dobrotich BUL 1958 4
6 Huebner Thomas Dr. GER 0 3,5
7 Mehmed Elif BUL 1666 3,5
8 NM Gelemerov Yane BUL 2066 3
9 Kostov Nikolay BUL 1886 3
10 Hadzhiev Ognyan BUL 0 3
11 Iliev Alexandar BUL 1760 3
12 Georgiev Nikolay BUL 1639 2,5
13 Damyanov Boris BUL 0 2,5
14 Stathopoulos Fotios GRE 1756 2
15 Grabcheva Natalia BUL 1555 2
16 Markov Ivan BUL 0 2
17 Tenev Bogdan BUL 0 2
18 Manchev Sevdalin BUL 0 2
19 Krastev Krasimir Naidenov BUL 1757 1
20 Nikolova Angelika BUL 0 0

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