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Marian Tiberiu Georgescu wins Romanian Championship

romaniaThe 2018 Romanian Championship was a 9-round Swiss tournament which took place from 14-22 May in Băile Olănești.
53 players took part in the tournament.
Before the last round Marian Tiberiu Georgescu was leading with a half point and all the top boards have finished draw.
After 9 rounds the winner is GM Marian Tiberiu Georgescu with 7 points.
Second is GM Daniel Deac Bogdan with 6,5 and third is GM Vlad-Cristian Jianu also with 6,5 points.

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Final standings

1 Georgescu Tiberiu-Marian 7
2 Deac Bogdan-Daniel 6,5
3 Jianu Vlad-Cristian 6,5
4 Marin Mihail 6
5 Nevednichy Vladislav 6
6 Manolache Marius 6
7 Istratescu Andrei 6
8 Secheres Adrian-Simion 6
9 Anton Teodor 6
10 Szabo Gergely-Andras-Gyula 5,5
11 Gavrilescu David 5,5
12 Daianu Cristian-Clement 5,5
13 Banzea Alexandru-Bogdan 5,5
14 Posedaru Bogdan 5,5
15 Stoleriu George 5,5
16 Ileana George 5
17 Pisu Robert-Daniel 5
18 Manea Alexandru 5
19 Pribeanu Mihail-Dacian 5
20 Dobre Claudiu-Cristian 5
21 Ciorgovean Iustin 5
22 Horvat Dan-Sebastian 4,5
23 Iustin Silviu 4,5
24 Pop Alexandru 4,5
25 Vasilescu Lucian-Mihail 4,5
26 Vasiesiu Victor 4,5
27 Dumitru Matei-Ioan 4,5
28 Paraschiv Paul-Alexandru 4,5
29 Coca Cristi-Iulian 4,5
30 Neagu Liviu 4,5
31 Sava Bogdan 4,5
32 Rusan Paul-Cristian 4,5
33 Stanciu Alexandru-Ovidiu 4
34 Chima Radu-Niculin 4
35 Farcadi Hunor 4
36 Bobocea Laurentiu-Vlad 4
37 Ciobanu Viorel-Adrian 4
38 Raducanu Andrei-Augustin 4
39 Stan Andrei-Mihaita 3,5
40 Cotruta Alexandru-Mihai 3,5
41 Craciun Ovidiu 3,5
42 Albu George 3,5
43 Pislariu Stefanel-Vasilica 3,5
44 Toma Mihail 3
45 Morariu Daniel 3
46 Rauca Horatiu-Augustin 3
47 Berechet Stefan-Mario 3
48 Tufa Mihai 3
49 Cenusa Mihai 2,5
50 Muller Wilhelm 2,5
51 Dinca Ovidiu 2,5
52 Afloarei Jenica 1,5
53 Creanga Robert-Ionut 0,5

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