1st world university championship, Odessa

12-10-1990 > 24-10-1990

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1 Trifonov, Dimitar BUL 2380 +31 +25 +2 +3 +7 ½5 ½6 ½9 ½11 7
2 FM Jónsson, Björgvin ISD 2400 +35 +26 -1 -4 +36 +21 ½9 +22 +7
3 IM Neverov, Valeriy URS 2485 +21 +14 +4 -1 ½20 +26 +5 -7 ½6 6
4 FM Mrva, Martin CZE 2390 bye +18 -3 +2 ½6 ½12 -7 +20 +13 6
5 Belikov, Vladimir URS 2375 ½16 +27 +13 ½6 +24 ½1 -3 +12 ½9 6
6 Pieniążek, Artur POL 2325 +36 ½10 +9 ½5 ½4 +20 ½1 ½15 ½3 6
7 Grabowski, Andrzej POL 2370 ½32 +34 +8 ½12 -1 +25 +4 +3 -2 6
8 IM Thesing, Matthias GER 2380 ½23 +33 -7 +31 ½21 ½13 ½26 +17 +15 6
9 Ninov, Nikolai BUL 2375 ½34 +37 -6 +16 ½22 +10 ½2 ½1 ½5
10 IM Graf, Jürgen GER 2425 +28 ½6 ½12 -20 +17 -9 ½19 +33 +22
11 IM David, Pavel CZE 2440 -22 ½32 +37 ½18 +29 ½14 ½12 +26 ½1
12 de la Riva Agaudo, Óscar ESP +15 +24 ½10 ½7 ½26 ½4 ½11 -5 ½19 5
13 Atlas, Valery URS 2420 ½33 +22 -5 +27 ½14 ½8 ½20 +21 -4 5
14 Bernal Moro, Luís Javier ESP 2385 +29 -3 +17 ½21 ½13 ½11 -15 ½19 +28 5
15 FM Fioramonti, Hung SUI 2335 -12 -29 +39 ½28 +16 +27 +14 ½6 -8 5
16 Pacheco Vega, Juan Edgardo MEX ½5 +19 -24 -9 -15 +35 +36 ½27 +15 5
17 Titscher, Libor GER -24 +36 -14 +38 -10 +29 +25 -8 +26 5
18 FM Heinatz, Thomas GER 2315 +38 -4 ½31 ½11 -25 +32 -21 +29 +27 5
19 FM San Segundo Carrillo, Pablo ESP 2450 ½27 -16 ½33 ½30 +28 ½22 ½10 ½14 ½12
20 Bus, Mariusz POL 2380 ½37 ½23 +32 +10 ½3 -6 ½13 -4 ½21
21 FM Ballmann, Martin SUI 2305 -3 +30 +23 ½14 ½8 -2 +18 -13 ½20
22 Maksimenko, Andrei URS 2290 +11 -13 +38 ½24 ½9 ½19 +33 -2 -10
23 Quang Dang Vu VIE ½8 ½20 -21 -29 +37 ½36 -32 +34 +33
24 Vonthron, Horst GER 2405 +17 -12 +16 ½22 -5 -33 -27 +36 ½32 4
25 FM Fernández Aguado, Enrique ESP 2400 +39 -1 +28 -26 +18 -7 -17 +31 -16 4
26 FM Langner, Ladislav CZE 2380 +30 -2 +29 +25 ½12 -3 ½8 -11 -17 4
27 Balinov, Ilija BUL 2290 ½19 -5 +34 -13 +30 -15 +24 ½16 -18 4
28 Adler, Joël SUI 2270 -10 +39 -25 ½15 -19 +38 ½36 +32 -14 4
29 Kaniak, Ulisses BRA -14 +15 -26 +23 -11 -17 +30 -18 +39 4
30 Rodríguez, Jesús María ESP -26 -21 +35 ½19 -27 ½31 -29 bye +36 4
31 Hoàng Nam Thắng VIE -1 +35 ½18 -8 -33 ½30 +38 -25 bye 4
32   Claesen, Pieter BEL   ½7 ½11 -20 ½33 +35 -18 +23 -28 ½24 4
33   Cools, Gorik BEL 2265 ½13 -8 ½19 ½32 +31 +24 -22 -10 -23
34 Trvong Xuan Vu VIE ½9 -7 -27 -39 bye -16 +37 -23 +38
35 Bastidas, Alfred MEX -2 -31 -30 bye -32 +39 -16 ½38 ½37 3
36 Schula, Aichal CZE -6 -17 bye +37 -2 ½23 ½28 -24 -30 3
37 Gomes, Victor MEX ½20 -9 -11 -36 -23 bye -34 ½39 ½35
38 García Juárez, Manuel MEX -18 bye -22 -17 +39 -28 -31 ½35 -34
39 Gomes, Ivan MEX -25 -28 -15 +34 -38 -35 bye ½37 -29

Team standings: 1. USSR 21 2. Poland 18 3. Bulgaria 17½ 4. Czechoslovakia 17 5. Germany I 6. Germany II 15 7. Spain 14 8. Vietnam 13½ 9. Switzerland 9½ 10. Mexico 9 11. Brazil 8½ 12. Belgium

All information I have comes from [1]. According to that source, this tournament was held in the Sports Palace. This tournament picked up where the student olimpiads stopped in 1976. There was also a women’s section, but no Belgian players participated. For the final team standings, the three best results from either section were added; since Belgium has no participants in the women’s section, only two results were counted. There were two German teams, probably because a GDR team was registered, but the GDR didn’t exist any more when the tournament was held.

Wanted

  • Not much.

Sources

  1. G. Cools, W. Decleir, M. Van Herck & R. Meulders, World university chess championships: a history, De Garve 1994
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