2016

IM Artur Frolov wins 1st Lviv Tradition Tournament 2016

12656327_657576991051408_213845781_oThe 1st Lviv Chess Tradition Tournament 2016 was a 12-player IM-group round robin tournament, which took place from January 25-31, at the Hotel Nton, in the splendid city of Lviv, situated in western Ukraine.

The event was a second category closed tournament, valid for FIDE rating and norms.

Ukrainian IM Artur Frolov emerged a solo winner with 8/11 points, leaving the nearest followers half a point behind.

The second place was shared in a three-way tie by Piotr Sabuk, IM Daniil Shkuran and Piotr Goluch after the whole group finished the event with 7.5 points.

Piotr Sabuk fulfilled an IM norm, while WFM Oliwia Kiolbasa – an WIM norm.

Contacts:
IA, IO Prohorov, Olexandr (UKR)
Tel.: +38-097-496 -82-58 (Kyivstar, UKR); +48-790-430-948 (Play, POL) 
Email: prohorov@chessclub.lviv.ua
Skype: Prohorov Olexandr

Tournament websiteGames with analysisStandings and statistics

Facebook GroupLviv Tradition Archive

The 2016 round-robin title tournament at Hotel Nton, Lviv, Ukraine will be held as follows:
January 25 – 31;
February 22 – 28;
April 25 – May 1;
June 27 – July 3;
July 25 – 31;
August 22-28;
September 26 – Oct 2;
October 24 – 30;
November 28 – December 4

Final standings:

1 IM Frolov Artur 2499 UKR 8
2 Sabuk Piotr 2416 POL 7.5
3 IM Shkuran Daniil 2426 UKR 7.5
4 Goluch Piotr 2308 POL 7.5
5 WFM Kiolbasa Oliwia 2236 POL 5.5
6 IM Nester Ihor 2303 UKR 5.5
7 IM Bondarets Vadim 2299 UKR 5
8 FM Bunyatov Rustam 2198 AZE 5
9 FM Szostko Jakub 2198 POL 5
10 Pugachov Ilia 2114 UKR 4
11 FM Krykun Yuriy 2326 UKR 3.5
12 WFM Vasina Olena 2095 UKR 2

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