2014

IM Bargan and GM Sanduleac share first in Latea Veche

Baltra Albastra CupThe 3rd Balta Albastra Ed Cup 2014 was organized by the Chess Club “Bicazul” and SC Tavias SRL Bacău on 4-7th December 2014 in Letea Veche, a commune in Bacău County, Romania.

The event was a 7-round Swiss tournament, valid for FIDE and Romanian rating, with tempo of play 90′ + 30″.

Moldovan players IM Sergei Bargan and GM Vasile Sanduleac shared first place with 6/7 points, but Bargan prevailed on a better tie-break score and took the trophy.

Romanian IM Lucian Filip emerged cleared third on 5.5 points. You can see the full standings below.

Tournament website

Final standings:

1 IM Bargan Sergei MDA 2274 6
2 GM Sanduleac Vasile MDA 2385 6
3 IM Filip Lucian ROU 2428 5,5
4 CM Martian Dragos-Daniel ROU 2226 5
5 I Budur Costel ROU 2030 5
6 CM Scripcaru George-Daniel ROU 2191 4,5
7 CM Pirici Gheorghe ROU 1440 4,5
8 CM Ifrim Silviu ROU 2108 4,5
9 I Padurariu Mihai-Edward ROU 1647 4,5
10 I Anitei Ion ROU 2100 4,5
11 II Negrut Janica ROU 1705 4,5
12 I Lazar Ionut-Flavius ROU 1931 4
13 I Sandu Dinu ROU 1840 4
14 Andronache Emanuel ROU 1001 4
15 II Tuchilus Iulian ROU 1130 3,5
16 II Bighiu Rares ROU 1651 3,5
17 I Beuran Liviu ROU 1700 3,5
18 I Iorga Corneliu ROU 1669 3,5
19 I Chis Bogdan-Vasile ROU 1822 3,5
20 II Nicola Anamaria-Ioana ROU 1527 3,5
21 Barsa Ioan ROU 1001 3,5
22 CM Gurguiatu Sandu ROU 1652 3,5
23 Cociorva Neculai ROU 1001 3
24 I Vacar Gligore ROU 1665 3
25 Pop Vasile ROU 1001 3
26 II Zaharia Ioan-Emil ROU 1440 3
27 Klitorakis Ioannis GRE 1426 3
28 Stan Ioan ROU 1001 3
29 Toma Adrian ROU 1001 3
30 III Barila Cristian-Dorin ROU 1140 2,5
31 Apostol Bogdan-Ioan ROU 1024 2,5
32 II Filip Andrei ROU 1268 2,5
33 I Ranceanu Ilie ROU 1638 2,5
34 II Pascu Mihai ROU 1538 2
35 II Stancila Ionut-Marian ROU 1218 2
36 II Grosu Constantin ROU 1666 2
37 Popa Alexandru-Eduard ROU 1001 1,5

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