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atlantis-openThe 2015 Atlantis Open was held from August 27-30, in Groningen, the largest city in the north of the Netherlands.

The event was 7-round Swiss open and three Dutch players tied for the first place. IM Merijn Van Delft edged GM Sipke Ernst and IM Migchiel De Jong on a superior tie-break score to clinch the title, after the whole group finished the event with 5.5 points.

Ernst took the silver, while Migchiel remained third.

You can see the full standings and replay the games below.

Tournament websiteStandings and statistics

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Final standings:

1 IM Van Delft, Merijn 5.5 NED M 2430
2 GM Ernst, Sipke 5.5 NED M 2552
3 IM De Jong, Migchiel 5.5 NED M 2367
4 FM Erwich, Frank 5.0 NED M 2351
5 Klapwijk, Bram 5.0 NED M 2186
6 Hummel, Paul 5.0 NED M 2059
7 Maris, Ivo 4.5 NED M 2301
8 FM Hummel, Erik-Jan 4.5 NED M 2330
9 Maatman, Nick 4.5 NED M 2278
10 Walinga, Eric Jan RP 4.0 NED M 1991
11 FM Pel, Bonno 4.0 NED M 2275
12 Tromp, Pieter 4.0 NED M 2158
13 FM Steffens, Olaf 4.0 GER M 2286
14 De Boer, Bas 4.0 NED M 1902
15 Middelveld, Martine 3.5 NED V 2119
16 FM Clemens, Adrian 3.5 NED M 2166
17 Hulshof, Peter 3.5 NED M 2167
18 Groenewold, Jan Joris ** 3.0 NED M 2158
19 Egli, Urs 3.0 SUI M 2025
20 Hommes, Elmar 3.0 NED M 2039
21 Van Foreest, Lucas JP 3.0 NED M 2280
22 Bos, Robin 3.0 NED M 2082
23 Elgersma, Simon 3.0 NED M 1992
24 Hilwerda, Jonas 3.0 NED M 1953
25 Taal, Rieks 2.5 NED M 1955
26 Piket, Roel 2.5 NED M 1673
27 Van der Meiden, Dirk 2.5 NED M 2078
28 Zuiderweg, Edwin 2.5 NED M 1982
29 Wielenga, Wiebe 2.0 NED M 1955
30 Heldt, Nils-Lennart 2.0 GER M 1895
31 De Boer, Eelke 1.0 NED M 1912
32 Schlenter, Ruediger 1.0 GER M 1924

Van Delft, Ernst and De Jong share first at Atlantis Open 2015
Source: Chessdom