2015

GM Alexandr Fier clear first in 17th Open International Can Picafort

The 17th Open International Can Picafort was held from 15-22nd November at the hotel Ferrer Concord, in Can Picafort, Spain.

62 players from 13 countries took part in the event, with 8 Grandmasters and 18 International Masters in the field.

Top seed GM Alexandr Fier from Brazil took a clear first place with 7,0/9 points.

The total prize fund was 3500 EUR.

Alexandr Fier

GM Alexandr Fier

Official website

Final standings:

1 GM Fier Alexandr BRA 2608 – 7
2 IM Firat Burak TUR 2446 – 6.5
3 GM Sumets Andrey UKR 2583 – 6.5
4 GM Arizmendi Martinez Julen Luis ESP 2499 – 6
5 IM Hambleton Aman CAN 2446 – 6
6 IM Carlstedt Jonathan GER 2455 – 6
7 GM Vishnu Prasanna. V IND 2514 – 6
8 IM Castellanos Rodriguez Renier ESP 2477 – 6
9 Kollars Dmitrij GER 2445 – 6
10 IM Gomez Ledo Roberto Carlos CUB 2413 – 6
11 GM Savchenko Stanislav UKR 2491 – 5.5
12 IM Roeder Matthias GER 2383 – 5.5
13 IM Teran Alvarez Ismael ESP 2420 – 5.5
14 IM Kohlweyer Bernd GER 2404 – 5.5
15 IM Bracker Frank GER 2404 – 5.5
16 IM Minzer Claudio Javier ARG 2439 – 5.5
17 IM Camarena Gimenez Rufino ESP 2408 – 5
18 IM Kanmazalp Ogulcan TUR 2454 – 5
19 WIM Sgircea Silvia-Raluca ROU 2249 – 5
20 FM Bach Matthias GER 2276 – 5
21 WGM Hoolt Sarah GER 2242 – 5
22 GM Pogorelov Ruslan UKR 2315 – 5
23 IM Fenollar Jorda Manuel ESP 2368 – 5
24 IM Piasetski Leon CAN 2291 – 5
25 IM Mascaro March Pedro ESP 2405 – 5
26 FM Garcia Del Rey Senen ESP 2270 – 5
27 Lisarri Tomas Antonio ESP 2001 – 5
28 IM Baches Garcia Guillermo ESP 2356 – 4.5
29 WGM Maisuradze Nino FRA 2273 – 4.5
30 IM Soares Erikson Roberto Mauric ANG 2226 – 4.5
31 Iagar Razvan-Gabriel ROU 2150 – 4.5
32 Cerrato Nadal Juan P. ESP 2165 – 4.5
33 FM Brull Mayol Cosme ESP 2243 – 4.5
34 Ledo Galan Jose Emilio ESP 2117 – 4.5
35 Planas Gene Juan ESP 2007 – 4.5
36 Moya Pol Antonio ESP 1856 – 4.5
37 Albers Andreas GER 1920 – 4.5
38 Fiol Company Juan ESP 2054 – 4.5
39 FM Gomez Jurado Luis Alberto ESP 2217 – 4
40 Vonhoff Nils GER 2013 – 4
41 Aguilo Pons Francesc ESP 1881 – 4
42 Perez Gandesa Jose Antonio ESP 1851 – 4
43 Vicens Company Maria Antonia ESP 1777 – 4
44 Coll Verger Amador ESP 1593 – 4
45 Ballester Cladera Antonio ESP 1809 – 3.5
46 Juan Mas Santiago ESP 1952 – 3.5
47 Gaitan Moyano Juan ESP 2016 – 3.5
48 Jimenez Anders Valentin ESP 1729 – 3.5
49 Schweighofer Josef AUT 1876 – 3.5
50 Sanabria Macias Anselmo ESP 1870 – 3.5
51 Jaume Pons Antonio ESP 1683 – 3
52 Llabres Coll Juan ESP 1617 – 3
53 Pons Escanellas Antonio M ESP 1360 – 3
54 Rossello Sanchez Bartolome ESP 1478 – 2.5
55 Ramis Sebastia Jordi Salvador ESP 1621 – 2.5
56 Sanchez Rodriguez Francisco ESP 1861 – 2.5
57 Abrines Sampol Lorenzo ESP 1722 – 2.5
58 FM Ballesteros Gonzalez David ESP 2150 – 2
59 Comas Cladera Joan ESP 1638 – 2
60 Jaumandreu Llopis Antonio ESP 1508 – 2
61 Serralta Font Carles ESP 1321 – 0.5
62 Vallespir Salor Gabriel ESP 2052 – 0

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