2015

Four new European Senior Champions crowned for 2015

GM Zurab Sturua (Georgia) and IM Jan Rooze (Belgium) are the new European Champions for the senior categories 50+ and 65+ respectively while WGM Svetlana Mednikova (Russia) and the legendary GM Nona Gaprindashvili (Georgia) are the new European Champions for the senior women categories 50+ and 65+ respectively.

In the Seniors 50+, GM Zurab Sturua won the title convincingly by scoring 7.5 points in 9 rounds, one full point ahead of the famous English GM John Nunn! The local Greek player Spiros Ilandzis also performed very well and tied for 3rd place with 6 points.

In the Seniors 65+, IM Jan Rooze scored 7.5 points and had better tie-breaks over GM Viktor Kupreichik who secured the 2nd place.

In the women categories 50+ and 65+, WGM Svetlana Mednikova and GM Nona Gaprindashvili (both with 5.5 points) won clearly their European titles.

Four new European Senior Champions crowned for 2015

The 15th European Senior Championships took place in Greece, at the 4-star Eretria Village Conference Resort, with the participation of 87 players from 27 countries and a prize fund of €8.000 for the winners. See you next year in Armenia!

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