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Romanian Championship 2018 live

romaniaThe 2018 Romanian Championship is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 14-22 May in Băile Olănești. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Polish Women’s Championship 2018 /Women’s World Championship Match 2018 /53rd Capablanca Memorial

Starting list

1 Istratescu Andrei
2 Deac Bogdan-Daniel
3 Marin Mihail
4 Szabo Gergely-Andras-Gyula
5 Jianu Vlad-Cristian
6 Nevednichy Vladislav
7 Manolache Marius
8 Georgescu Tiberiu-Marian
9 Gavrilescu David
10 Anton Teodor
11 Secheres Adrian-Simion
12 Manea Alexandru
13 Dobre Claudiu-Cristian
14 Stanciu Alexandru-Ovidiu
15 Stoleriu George
16 Vasiesiu Victor
17 Banzea Alexandru-Bogdan
18 Ileana George
19 Posedaru Bogdan
20 Pop Alexandru
21 Pisu Robert-Daniel
22 Vasilescu Lucian-Mihail
23 Rusan Paul-Cristian
24 Ciobanu Viorel-Adrian
25 Ciorgovean Iustin
26 Dumitru Matei-Ioan
27 Horvat Dan-Sebastian
28 Daianu Cristian-Clement
29 Paraschiv Paul-Alexandru
30 Pribeanu Mihail-Dacian
31 Sava Bogdan
32 Chima Radu-Niculin
33 Raducanu Andrei-Augustin
34 Creanga Robert-Ionut
35 Albu George
36 Neagu Liviu
37 Coca Cristi-Iulian
38 Iustin Silviu
39 Farcadi Hunor
40 Craciun Ovidiu
41 Tufa Mihai
42 Rauca Horatiu-Augustin
43 Muller Wilhelm
44 Berechet Stefan-Mario
45 Dinca Ovidiu
46 Pislariu Stefanel-Vasilica
47 Stan Andrei-Mihaita
48 Bobocea Laurentiu-Vlad
49 Toma Mihail
50 Cenusa Mihai
51 Afloarei Jenica
52 Cotruta Alexandru-Mihai
53 Morariu Daniel