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Rijeka Junior Tournaments 2013 – Final Results

The Primorje-Gorski Chess Federation was organized the U-11 and U-17 tournaments for boys and girls on April 13th and 14th at the Šahovskom domu of Rijeka, Croatia.

Ivan Vihor Krsnic took first place at the male U-17 category. Ena Cvitan obtained the same honor in the female event.

All the events were played during 7 rounds, either following a Swiss open system or a single round-robin, according to the number of participants.

A rapid time control was used: 30 minutes for the whole game plus 30 seconds increments per move.

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The city of Rijeka

Final Standings –  Boys U-17:

1 MK Krsnik Čohar Ivan Vihor 2123 6.5
2 MK Monjac Mislav 2143 6.0
3 MK Tica Sven 2114 5.0
4 IV Šafar Sandro 1753 5.0
5 II Rajter Emil 1952 4.5
6 IV Duda Dario 1793 3.0
7 Zelenika Marko 1631 2.0
8 IV Petrović David 1702 2.0
9 Zelenika Aleksandar 1644 1.0

Final Standings –  Girls U-17:

1 MK Cvitan Ena 1908 4.5
2 II Bogdanić Antonela 1668 4.0
3 MK Batory Lucija 1778 3.5
4 II Vujić Viktorija 1772 2.5
5 II Klarić Nikolina 1731 2.5
6 I Vujić Agata 1856 2.0
7 I Dašić Jelena 1816 2.0

Final Standings –  Boys U-11:

1 III Duda Daniel 1704 6.0
2 Kasun Roko 1662 6.0
3 Gašparac Karlo 1603 5.5
4 IV Trošelj Ivan 1612 4.0
5 Vujić Zvonimir 1631 4.0
6 Kovačić Andrijan 1600 4.0
7 Haidinger Erik 1600 4.0
8 Mažuran Gabrijel 1609 3.5
9 Paunović David 1604 3.0
10 Scheidl Leon 1600 3.0
11 Erlić Dorian 1600 2.5
12 Karajković Edi 1600 2.5
13 Marijanić Luka 1600 1.0

Final Standings –  Girls U-11:

1 IV Žuteg Dorotea 1623 6.5
2 II Bogdanić Katarina 1721 5.5
3 Jugović Petra 1600 5.5
4 Obajdin Jasna 1615 4.0
5 IV Kraljić Paula 1656 3.5
6 Krajačić Leona 1611 2.0
7 Tuhtan Paulina 1600 1.0
8 Tuhtan Marie 1600 0.0

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