Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Back to life

     I am back in Chisinau. I arrived yesterday, at about 4pm and slept until today :))) Yeah, the tournament was really exhausting for me.
     We finished on the 12th place, while being 10th in the starting list. The result is far from being called a success, but if to think that with one more draw (if I would have made a draw) in the last round, we would have taken the 6th place, one could understand how tense was everything until the very last moment.
     I ended the tournament on 50 % (4,5p/9) and some -3 Elo points.
     The best result by far in our team showed Alina l'Ami, who was in a very good form! You can see the statisctics here:

  12. Romania (RtgAvg:2358, Captain: Szabo Gergely-Andras-Gyula / TB1: 10 / TB2: 175.5)
Bo.NameRtgFED123456789Pts.GamesRtgAvgRpwwew-weKrtg+/-
1IMBulmaga Irina2399ROU1001½01104.59236723674.54.83-0.3310-3.3
2WGML'ami Alina2361ROU½1½1½11½6.082298249164.551.451521.8
3IMFoisor Cristina-Adela2347ROU110½011½5.082247234254.810.19101.9
4WGMCosma Elena-Luminita2326ROU1½1½1½½5.072197235554.500.50105.0
5WGMVoicu-Jagodzinsky Carmen2275ROU1½0½2.042236223622.16-0.1615-2.4

     The tournament was won by the Ukraine's team, followed by the Russian and Polish ones.

Alina l'Ami, 6p/8

Luminita Cosma, 5p/7

Carmen Voicu-Jagodzinsky, 2p/4

Cristina Foisor, 5p/8

and me with 4,5p/9

     In the men's section, our team showed a great fighting spirit and finished on the 14th place, being 19th on the starting ranking list. Here are the statistics:

  14. ROMANIA (RtgAvg:2590, TB1: 10 / TB2: 159.5)
Bo.NameRtgFEDID123456789Pts.GamesRtgAvgRpwwew-weKrtg+/-
1GMLUPULESCU Constantin2630ROU01½½110½½05.092634267754.440.56105.6
2GMJIANU Vlad-Cristian2565ROU01½0½½01½4.082567256743.930.07100.7
3GMPARLIGRAS Mircea-Emilian2576ROU01½½½½½½1½5.59252326035.54.970.53105.3
4GMNEVEDNICHY Vladislav2590ROU01½110½½116.59251426806.55.141.361013.6
5GMSZABO Gergely-Andras-Gyula2548ROU0½0.51266600.50.340.16101.6
   
     Their best result in this tournament was the 2-2 with Ukraine! The next round they played against Russia and they were really close to a miracle, with Mircea Parligras and Vladislav Nevednichy pushing for a win. They lost the match eventually, but this didn't get them any lower in our eyes!

Mircea Parligras, 5,5p/9

Vladislav Nevednichy, 6,5p/9

Vlad Jianu, 4p/8

Constantin Lupulescu, 5p/9

and both our Captain and reserve player in the men's team- Gergely Szabo, whom we let to play only 1 game, in which he successfully made a draw vs the Ukraine's -Fedorchuk

     The tournament was won by the Azerbaijan team, followed by the French and Russian ones.
      I will stay home for now and learn for my partial exams at the University and try to pass them :D My next tournament will be the Romanian rapid, blitz and solving Women Championship, which will start at the beginning of December.

xoxo from Chisinau ;)

4 comments:

  1. Unsmiling women's team in the pictures

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  2. If a chessplayer is smiling it means they aren't concentrating. :D

    -Seth

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  3. good game ;)

    /fan of the Polish/

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