Efimenko and Lesiege are the winners in Montreal Print
Monday, 16 August 2004 00:00

Montreal International Chess Tournament has finished in Montreal, Canada. Zahar Efimenko (UKR) is the winner in Section A with 7.5 points after 11 rounds, and Alexander Lesiege (CAN) is the winner in Section B with 8 points.
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Montreal International Chess Tournament has finished in Montreal, Canada. Zahar Efimenko (UKR) is the winner in Section A with 7.5 points after 11 rounds, and Alexander Lesiege (CAN) is the winner in Section B with 8 points.

Final Standings:

Section A:

Name                 Title  Fed  Rat.  Pts
Zahar Efimenko         gm  (UKR) 2572  7.5
Igor-Alexandre Nataf   gm  (FRA) 2553  7.0
Alexander Moiseenko    gm  (UKR) 2640  7.0
Mark Bluvshtein        im  (CAN) 2461  6.5
Dimitry Tyomkin        gm  (CAN) 2498  6.0
Alexander Huzman       gm  (ISR) 2588  6.0
Igor Zugic             im  (CAN) 2465  5.5
Eduardas Rozentalis    gm  (LIT) 2619  5.5
Igor Novikov           gm  (USA) 2610  5.5
Pascal Charbonneau     im  (CAN) 2472  5.0
Thomas Roussel-Roozmon im  (CAN) 2451  3.0
Kateryna Lahno         im  (UKR) 2472  1.5
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Section B:
Name                 Title  Fed  Rat.  Pts
Alexandre Lesiege      gm  (CAN) 2497  8.0
Victor Mikhalevski     gm  (ISR) 2551  7.0
Walter Arencibia       gm  (CUB) 2531  7.0
Irina Krush            im  (USA) 2459  6.5
Alexander Stripunsky   gm  (USA) 2553  6.5
Eric Lawson            fm  (CAN) 2276  5.5
Tomas Krnan            fm  (CAN) 2331  5.5
Yan Teplitsky          im  (CAN) 2440  5.0
Igor Divljan           fm  (CAN) 2317  5.0
Gildardo Garcia        gm  (COL) 2461  3.5
Sylvain Barbeau        fm  (CAN) 2404  3.5
Mark Tseitlin          gm  (ISR) 2484  3.0
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