Tournaments

Open Swedish Team Championship  |  Games (82)
Sweden, Stockholm, December 2003 (12-06 - 12-07), RIF rule

ParticipantCountry1234567PtsN
Karlsson StefanSweden4 119 010 013 016 1 -22 131
Karlsson IreneSweden5 020 111 0 - -9 023 122
Lind BjornSweden6 021 012 015 118 18 024 133
Hermansson HannesSweden1 010 016 122 119 113 17 ½4.54
Hermansson LinusSweden2 111 017 023 120 014 19 145
Eriksson MarcusSweden3 112 118 124 121 015 18 166
Jonsson PeterSweden10 116 022 119 013 025 ½4 ½37
Sandstrom RichardSweden11 117 024 121 015 13 16 048
Bertilsson AndersSweden - -23 120 014 02 15 029
Saarenpaa SamuliFinland7 04 11 116 022 019 013 0210
Pellikka MarkoFinland8 05 12 117 123 120 014 1511
Toivonen LauriFinland -6 03 118 124 121 115 1512
Soosyrv AntsEstonia16 022 019 01 17 14 010 1313
Sulane SanderEstonia17 023 120 025 09 15 011 0214
Timmermann AlvarEstonia18 024 121 13 08 06 012 0215
Carlsson MartinSweden13 17 14 010 11 022 019 0316
Sundling IngvarSweden14 18 15 111 025 023 120 0417
Thorn KristianSweden15 1 -6 012 03 024 121 0218
Taimla TunnetEstonia22 11 113 17 14 010 116 1619
Oll AivoEstonia23 12 014 19 15 111 117 1620
Tuvikene MarisEstonia24 13 115 08 16 112 018 1521
Andersson TordSweden19 013 17 04 010 116 11 0322
Larsson MartinSweden20 014 09 05 011 017 02 0023
Harms MischelSweden21 015 08 06 012 018 03 0024
Gaulitz JoachimSweden - - -14 117 17 ½ -2.525



Similarly to the previous years the Swedish team chamionship was played in Stockholm at Rosengatan 1. It gathered altogether eight teams and players from three countries - Sweden, Estonia and Finland.

The totalt amount of participants was 25. Due to the changing of tournament system - from earlier used Italian system to round robin, the number of rounds decreased and thereby the games where played with a longer time - 55 minutes per game. The traditional time limit has been 30 minutes. A draw could be demanded after 60 own moves (119/120).

Even this year the tournament was won by a foreign team. Estonia 1 with ruling world champion Tunnet Taimla, Aivo Oll and Maris Tuvikene were convincing champions with leaving the silver medalists and Swedish team champions - Hannes Hermansson, Linus Hermansson and Marcus Eriksson behind at 14,5. That was 2,5 points less than that of the winners. At bronze we had an another foreign team - Tampere with Samuli Saarenpää, Marko Pellikka and Lauri Toivonen.

Final results:


1. ESTONIA 1   (T.Taimla, A. Oll, M.Tuvikene)            17  

2. HOGSJO      (H.Hermansson, L.Hermansson, M.Eriksson)  14,5

3. TAMPERE     (S.Saarenpää, M.Pellikka, L.Toivonen)     13  

4. STOCKHOLM 1 (S.Karlsson, I.Karlsson, B.Lind,          10,5

                reserve: Joachim Gaulitz)

5. STOCKHOLM 2 (M.Carlsson, I.Sundling, K.Thörn)         10

6. JONKOPING   (P.Jonsson, A.Bertilsson, R.Sandström)     9  

7. ESTONIA 2   (A.Soosõrv, S.Sulane, A.Timmermann)        7  

8. UPPSALA     (T.Andersson, M.Larsson, M.Harms)          3