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GM Ivan Cheparinov won Magistral Ruy Lopez 2009

Bulgarian chessplayer Ivan Cheparinov won third edition of the tournament Magistral Ruy Lopez 2009 in Zafra, Spain. He took the lead in round 3 and he never let it go until the end.
In the last round today, he played against Michael Adams struggling for the first place. The Bulgarian finished on 5/7, half a point ahead of the Englishman. Adams finished second and third finished the young Spanish Champion David Larino Nieto who lost to India’s top female grandmaster Koneru.

Final standings:

1. Ivan Cheparinov (BUL 2678) - 5.0
2. Michael Adams (ENG 2703) - 4.5
3. David Lariño (ESP 2473)
4. Fabiano Caruana (ITA 2659)
5. Julio Granda (PER 2606) - 3.5
6. Pia Cramling (SWE 2511) - 3.0
7. Humpy Koneru (IND 2612)
8. Manuel Perez Candelario (ESP 2502) - 2.5
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