Romanian Super League 2014, which was held in Calimanesti-Caciulata/Romania from 8-16 November, 2014 ended with a double crown for chess club Stud. Medicina Timisoara, which triumphed in both Men and Women competitions.
In the Men section CS Stud. Medicina Timisoara scored 16 match points with 8 won and 1 lost match. Members of the winning team were:
1 GM Ivanisevic Ivan 2643 (SRB) 4/9
2 GM Jianu Vlad-Cristian 2588 (ROU) 3.5/7
3 GM Baklan Vladimir 2651 (UKR) 7/9
4 GM Rogozenco Dorian 2509 (ROU) 5/7
5 GM Manolache Marius 2504 (ROU) 6.5/8
6 IM Ardelean George-Catalin 2499 (ROU) 2.5/4
7 IM Anton Teodor 2430 (ROU) 0/1
9 NM Doros Radu-Marian 2317 (ROU) 4.5/7
10 CM Tomici Stefan 2222 (ROU) 1/2
Silver medal went to ACS Sah Apa Nova Bucuresti with 13 match points, while Clubul De Sah Al Mun. Baia Mare took bronze with 12 match points.
Full standings at Chess-Results
Couple of days before National Superliga in Women’s section finished. Two teams tied for the first place with the same score (12 MP) – CS Stud. Medicina Timisoara and CSM Bucuresti, but thanks to the victory in the direct encounter gold went to Timisoara. Bronze went to CS Politehnica-Antibiotice Iasi which was the leader until the last round.
The members of the winning team in Women’s sections were:
1 IM Atalik Ekaterina 2409 (TUR) 5.5/7
2 WGM Sandu Mihaela 2270 (ROU) 5.5/7
3 WIM Dragomirescu Angela 2208 (ROU) 4.0/7
4 WFM Visanescu Daria-Ioana 1968 (ROU) 4.0/6
5 CM Jakab Kincso 1797 (ROU)
Final ranking at Chess-Results
Both competitions were played as a Round Robin tournaments, Men’s section in 9 rounds and Women’s in 7 rounds. The rate of play was 90 minutes for 40 moves, flowed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game + 30 seconds increment per move, starting from move one.
The organizers of the championship were Romanian Chess Federation and CS Tinerii Maestrii Bucuresti.
The Chief Arbiter was I.A Slabu Nistor.
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