1st KAZAN OPEN 2017 Итоги.

Официальные итоги турниров на:
1st KAZAN OPEN 2017
INTERNATIONAL BACKGAMMON CUP
8th – 12th March, 2017
Ramada Kazan City Center | Kazan — Russia
Added prize money 30.000 $
Winner takes 16.640 $
Total money distribution 96.730 $ (including super-jackpot and an added of 30.000 $)
Marco Fornasir, General Secretary of the Worldwide Backgammon Federation, has the pleasure to announce the results of the tournament:
Master flight — 74 players
Main winner (9 — 6) Levon Petrosyan | Armenia
Main finalist Artur Muradyan | Armenia
3rd place Vasily Chemokhonenko | Russia
4th place Götz Hildsberg | Germany
5th place Sergey Chertkov | Russia
6th place Jakov Kudrin | Russia
7th place Ricardo Malas | Lebanon
Last chance 1 winner (7 – 5) Valeriy Borovskiy | Russia
Last Chance 1 finalist Honza Cerny | Czech Republik
Last chance 2 winner (7 – 6) Jürgen Orlowski | Germany
Last Chance 2 finalist Alexey Ignarin | Russia
Last chance 3 winner (7 – 0) Mislav Kovacic | Croatia
Last Chance 3 finalist Mikayel Vardanyan | Russia
Last chance 4 winner (7 – 4) Aleksei Askurava | Russia
Last Chance 4 finalist Kimon Papachristopoulos | Germany
Ladies Prize Josefin Bichler | Germany

Team tournament: Russia vs. Turkey – 2 teams of 3 players
Winner (3 — 0) Russia (capt. Airat Metchin – players: Sergey Alenin and Agamir Gevorkyan)
Finalist: Turkey (capt. Arda Findikoglu – players: Gökhan Günes and Abdullah Sorgüven)
Team tournament: Russia vs. Rest of the World – 2 teams of 7 players
Winner (4 — 3) Rest of the World (capt. Masayuki
Mochizuki | Japan – players: Alain Babillon | France; Julian Darienco | Republic of
Moldova; Mislav Kovacic | Croatia; Konstantinos Mitrelis | Greece; Jürgen Orlowski |
Germany; Avetis Rostomyan | Armenia)
Finalist Russia (capt. Sergey Erokhin – players: Nail Arzukhanov; Aleksei Askurava; Konstantin Bartash; Sergey Petukhov; Aleksandr Solodukhin; Mikayel Vardanyan)
Master Doubles – 33 teams
Doubles winners (9 — 1) Nodari Gagua | Georgia/Russia / Ayrat Fatyhov | Russia
Doubles finalists Artur Muradyan | Armenia / Tsaruk Manukian | Russia
Doubles semi-finalists Ricardo Malas | Lebanon / Abdullah Sorgüven | Turkey
Doubles semi-finalists Klaus Evers | Germany / Maik Stiebler | Germany
Intermediate flight — 15 players
Main winner (7 — 5) Dmitry Shirokov | Russia
Main finalist Andrey Nesterov | Ukraine
3rd place Olga Ivanova | Russia
4th place Nikita Lyashchenko | Russia
Last chance winner (5 — 0) Andranik Harutyunyan | Armenia
Last Chance finalist Ayrat Fatyhov | Russia
Ladies Prize Olga Ivanova | Russia
Amateurs flight — 9 players
Main winner (5 — 4) Andrew Polochkin | Russia
Main finalist Ildar Yagofarov | Russia
3rd place Elena Gromenkova | Russia
4th place Svetlana Timina | Russia
Ladies Prize Elena Gromenkova | Russia
Super-Jackpot — 24 players
Winner (14 — 5) Christopher Rogers | UK
Finalist Razi Bobrov | Israel
Speedgammon – 38 players + 26 re-buys = 64 registrations
Winner (5 — 2) Nodari Gagua | Georgia/Russia
Finalist Avetis Rostomyan | Armenia
Semi-finalist Sergey Petukhov | Russia
Semi-finalist Tobias Hellwag | Germany
Ladies Tournament — 9 players
Winner (9 — 1) Olga Komarova | Russia
Finalist Elena Guseva | Russia
One Point Match — 64 players
Winner Nodari Gagua | Georgia/Russia
Finalist Nikita Lyashchenko | Russia
Master: 74 players
Intermediate: 15 players
Amateurs: 9 players
Player not participating in the main flights:
6 Total
104 players
(40 Foreigners, 64 Russian)
18 Countries: Armenia, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republik, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Iran, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Republic of Moldova, Russia, Turkey, UK, Ukraine
Directors: Marco Fornasir | Italy – Arda Findikoglu | Turkey
Technical Director: Eldar Gyul | Russia
Tournament Committee: Nodari Gagua (president); Alain BABILLON | France; Tobias Hellwag | Germany; Shimon Kagan | Israel; Ricardo Malas | Lebanon; Artur Muradyan | Armenia; Christopher Rogers | UK
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