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Slava Cup 2013: La squadra Real è al comando

Posted on 23 February 2013

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Andrey Gromov (Real Team)La squadra Real ha vinto il girone di qualificazione della Slava Cup a Mosca, il “Top 8”. Nel torneo a squadre, cioè il Top 36 (in formato IMP), le quattro coppie in testa dopo sette dei quindici turni sono le seguenti: Eldad Ginossar e Ron Pachtman (329, Israele); Tatyana Ponomareva e Aleksandr Garkaviy (303, Russia); Viktor Mihajlenko e Nikolaj Neskoromnyj (299, Ukraina); Ehud Fredlander e Inon Liran (298, Israele); Aleksandr Matyuskin e Aleksandr Ryskin (295, Russia).

Nell’evento a squadre (Top 8), Monaco aveva subito preso la testa, ma proprio all’ultimo incontro è stata sorpassata da Real ed è scivolata in seconda posizione. Ultima è Stoichkov, con la terza coppia italiana, Duboin-Sementa.

Norberto Bocchi e Agustin Madala, della squadra Real, sono primi nella Butler.

Questa è la classifica completa del Top 8. Le prime quattro proseguono in formato ad eliminazione diretta con carry-over; le altre giocheranno un girone di consolazione.

 

Real 117

Agustin Madala, Alexander Dubinin, Andrey Gromov, Evgueni Gladysh, Mikhail Krasnosselski, Norberto Bocchi

 *

Monaco 114

Franck Multon, Fulvio Fantoni, Geir Helgemo, Henri Fissore, Claudio Nunes

 *

White Bears 110

Bas Drijver, Bauke Muller, Dmitrij Serov, Simon de Wijs, Sjoert Brink, Viktorija Gromova

 *

Israel 108 (ultima delle qualificate)

Alon Birman, Dror Padon, Ilan Herbst, Lotan Fisher, Ophir Herbst, Ron Schwartz

 *

Vainikonis 107

Andrey Arlovich, Erikas Vainikonis, Jacek Kalita, Michal Klukowski, Michal Nowosadzki, Piotr Zatorski

 *

 Sweden 105

Jan Selberg, Jonas Pettersson, Krister Ahlesved, Olle Wademark

 *

Bulgaria 104

Diyan Danailov, Jerry Stamatov, Ivan Nanev, Rosen Gunev

 *

Stoichkov 74

Antonio Sementa, Giorgio Duboin, Ivan Semenov,Vadim Kholomeev, Vitold Sliva, Yury Khiuppenen

***

23/02/2013

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