GM Delgado, who used to play under the Cuban flag, didn’t have any problems to take the winner’s trophy. He achieved 7,5/9 and left the closest follower – the Chilean GM Rodrigo Vasquez – 1,5 points behind.
This tournament was the first competitive event that the Paraguayan legend GM Zenon Franco played in his country after a long hiatus. He had a regular performance, getting 5 points by the end of the tourney. One of the players that managed to beat him was IM Leonardo Tristan, who finished in third place with 5.5 points.
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– GM Susan Polgar