Martin Metev wins 139th MGU Open 2015

The winner Martin Metev

The winner Martin Metev

The 139th MGU Open 2015 was held on 14-15th March, 2015, at Chess Club MGU, in Sofia, capital and largest city of Bulgaria.

The event was organized by FA Dimitar Iliev under the auspices of the University of mining and geology “St Ivan Rilski” Sofia,  Chess Club “An Pasan” and “Zora” Trading Company in a 6-round Swiss FIDE format, open to all players rated below 2200 and it will be valid for FIDE and national rating.

Martin Metev claimed the gold with 4,5/6 points, leaving the runner-up, NM Dobrotich Andreev, half a point behind.

Moria Green edged Aleksandar Tashev, Anton Petrov, Ilian Karadzhov and NM Velio Kolev on tie-break after the whole group finished the eevnt with 3,5 points.

You can see the full standings and replay the games below.

Official websitePrevious editions: Yane Gelemerov successful in 138th MGU OpenYane Gelemerov winner of 137th MGU Open SofiaGoran Krastev dominant in 138th MGU OpenBoil Banov claims 134th MGU Open SofiaOgnyan Zahariev tops 133rd MGU Open 2015Martin Mitev wins 132nd MGU Open 2015Vladimir Petrov tops 131st MGU Open 2015Petar Orev tops 130th MGU Open 2015129th MGU Open with brand new sponsor, Martin Metev takes the trophyGoran Krastev wins 128th MGU Open 2014Dobrotich Andreev claims 111th MGU Open 2014

Final standings:

1 Metev Martin BUL 2009 4,5
2 NM Andreev Dobrotich BUL 1924 4
3 Green Moria BUL 1717 3,5
4 Tashev Aleksandar BUL 1681 3,5
5 Petrov Anton BUL 1781 3,5
6 Karadzhov Ilian BUL 1944 3,5
7 NM Kolev Velio BUL 1803 3,5
8 Slavejkov Ljubomir BUL 1609 3
9 Georgiev Nikolay BUL 1562 2,5
10 Asparuhov Parvan BUL 2039 2,5
11 Tenev Bogdan BUL 1366 1,5
12 Manchev Sevdalin BUL 0 0,5

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