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Manuel Larrea is 2013 Uruguayan champion

FM Manuel Larrea was the clear winner of the 53rd Uruguayan Chess Championship that was played on 11-18 March 2013 at the Anexo Acuña de Figueroa del “Palacio Legislativo” – Montevideo, Uruguay.

The player from San Jose de Mayo was crowned as champion after playing a tiresome last round game where he obtained a draw against the strong NM Juan Manuel Sosa Macho. This encounter was very complicated for Larrea as he found himself in a lost position, however, he was able to turn it around thanks to his good tactical vision.

Second place went to multiple national champion IM Bernardo Roselli who finished a point and a half behind the winner. Juan Manuel Sosa Macho took third place thanks to his tiebreak score.

Larrea obtained a place in the lineup of the Uruguayan team that will participate on the Chess Olympiad 2014 to be played in Trömso, Norway.

More information in the Spanish page of Chessdom

Manuel Larrea

Final Standings:

1 FM Larrea Manuel URU 2266 9.5
2 IM Roselli Mailhe Bernardo URU 2443 8.0
3 NM Sosa Macho Juan Manuel URU 2157 7.0
4 NM Muniz Rafael URU 2276 7.0
5 NM Sanguinetti Luis URU 2245 6.5
6 NM Lopez Azambuja Nicolas URU 2167 5.5
7 NM Coppola Claudio URU 2177 5.0
8 NM Arcos Facio Mateo URU 2193 5.0
9 NM Saralegui Mario URU 2142 5.0
10 NM Ulaneo Nicolas URU 2156 2.5
11 Ruggiero Alvaro URU 1983 2.5
12 Cao Jorge URU 2094 2.5

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