2015

Ognyan Zahariev tops 133rd MGU Open 2015

Ognjan–ZaharievThe 133rd MGU Open 2015 was held on 24-25th January, 2015, at Chess Club MGU, in Sofia, capital of Bulgaria and the fifteenth largest city in the European Union.

The event was organized by FA Dimitar Iliev and Chess Club “An Pasan” in a 6-round Swiss FIDE format, open to all players rated below 2200 and it is valid for FIDE and national rating.

Ognyan Zahariev topped the event scoring 5/6 points and leaving the runner up, Dragan Bozilov, half points behind.

NM Dobrotich Andreev, Martin Vassilev, Moria Green, Kristian Slavejkov and Anton Slavejkov tied for the third with 4/6 points each but Andreev head the field on a superior tie-break score and took the bronze.

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

Official websitePrevious editions: Martin 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 Zahariev Ognyan BUL 1848 5
2 Bozilov Dragan SRB 1928 4,5
3 NM Andreev Dobrotich BUL 1958 4
4 Vassilev Martin BUL 1981 4
5 Green Moria BUL 1574 4
6 Slavejkov Kristian BUL 1657 4
7 Slavejkov Anton BUL 1779 4
8 Kostov Nikolay BUL 1886 3,5
9 Metev Martin BUL 2026 3,5
10 Tashev Aleksandar BUL 1725 3,5
11 Stoilov Aleksandar BUL 1815 3
12 NM Kolev Velio BUL 1847 3
13 Iliev Alexandar BUL 1760 3
14 WCM Peycheva Gergana BUL 1874 2,5
15 Kolev Georgi BUL 1414 2,5
16 Krastev Krasimir Naidenov BUL 1757 2,5
17 Tenev Bogdan BUL 0 2,5
18 Sapareva Magdalena BUL 1620 2
19 Simov Zahari BUL 1626 2
20 Georgiev Nikolay BUL 1639 2
21 Kosturkov Krasimir BUL 1770 1,5
22 Hristov Rumen G. BUL 0 1,5
23 NM Gelemerov Yane BUL 2066 1
24 Nikolova Angelika BUL 0 1
25 Bakalov Vladimir BUL 1491 0

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