2012

IM Carlos Antonio Hevia Alejano takes top prize in ITT Bolivariano Bogotá Humana IDRD

The International Chess Tournament ITT Bolivariano Bogotá Humana IDRD took place from 5 to 9 December in the Park San Andrés in Bogota, Colombia.

The 9-round Swiss open had 56 participants from Colombia, Cuba and Peru. The 20-years old IM Carlos Antonio Hevia Alejano from Cuba took a clear first place with 7,0/10 points to earn 4,000 USD and a GM norm.

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Final standings:

1 IM Hevia Alejano Carlos Antonio CUB 2508 – 7
2 GM Alvarez Pedraza Aramis CUB 2513 – 6.5
3 GM Almeida Quintana Omar CUB 2522 – 6.5
4 GM Ortiz Suarez Isan Reynaldo CUB 2603 – 6.5
5 IM Alarcon Casellas Rolando CUB 2484 – 6.5
6 IM Gallego Alcaraz Andres Felipe COL 2408 – 6.5
7 FM Ramirez Carlos COL 2310 – 6
8 GM Cordova Emilio PER 2568 – 6
9 FM Martinez Romero Martin COL 2382 – 6
10 IM Tapia Daniel COL 2292 – 5.5
11 IM Rivera Alberto CUB 2357 – 5.5
12 FM Vittorino Carlo Giovanni COL 2306 – 5.5
13 GM Bacallao Alonso Yusnel CUB 2574 – 5.5
14 Santos Morales Natalia Andrea COL 2017 – 5.5
15 Prado Leonardo COL 1888 – 5.5
16 WIM Rodriguez Rueda Paula Andrea COL 2177 – 5.5
17 GM Barrientos Sergio E COL 2459 – 5
18 Vargas Mauricio COL 1987 – 5
19 Chong Chinchay Eric Joel PER 1977 – 5
20 FM Fernandez Reyes Lisandro CUB 2365 – 5
21 Sierra Edwin Andres COL 2142 – 5
22 Perez Rodriguez Juan Carlos COL 1957 – 5
23 FM Hernandez Sanchez Jairo Andre COL 2335 – 5
24 Salazar Carlos PER 2169 – 5
25 FM Becerra Juan David COL 2260 – 4.5
26 Avella Rosas Luis Eduardo COL 1965 – 4.5
27 Echeverry Maria Yesenia COL 1886 – 4.5
28 Suasnabar Jesus PER 2077 – 4.5
29 WFM Perez Laura COL 2027 – 4.5
30 Osorio Cristhian Camilo COL 2189 – 4.5
31 Pena Mora Carlos COL 1691 – 4.5
32 Borbon Oscar COL 1968 – 4
33 Ortegon Villacorte Daniela COL 1837 – 4
34 Sabogal Varela Jeison Stiven COL 1990 – 4
35 Univio Sanchez German COL 2053 – 4
36 Velez Alvarez Laura Camila COL 1754 – 4
37 Lopez Jorge Hernan COL 2034 – 4
38 Peraza Leonardo COL 1831 – 4
39 Piraquive Alberto COL 1972 – 4
40 Penas Burgos Nestor COL 1752 – 4
41 Corredor Castellanos Camilo Jose COL 1857 – 4
42 FM Contreras Henry COL 2191 – 3.5
43 Guerrero Hernando COL 1919 – 3.5
44 Contreras Miguel COL 1808 – 3.5
45 Patino Camilo A COL 1600 – 3.5
46 Perez Olarte Cesar Camilo COL 2259 – 3
47 Contreras Henry Esteban COL 1808 – 3
48 Rosero Hugo Alberto COL 1649 – 3
49 Corpus Vanegas Eugenio Miguel COL 1867 – 3
50 Pulido Ardila Lilian Vanessa COL 1717 – 3
51 Aldana Boris Eugenio COL 1636 – 3
52 Acosta Jaime COL 1710 – 2.5
53 Zabala Fidel COL 1984 – 2
54 Solano Osorio Alberto COL 1600 – 2
55 Ceron Juan Carlos COL 2102 – 1
56 Vargas Barreto Ricardo COL 1600 – 1

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