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November 6, 2009
ChessProgramUTDslide.jpgThe University of Texas at Dallas's fourth annual match against the University of Belgrade begins at 2 PM EST on November 6. The massive match incudes 16 boards for each team. The American squad includes IMs Jacek Stopa, Daniel Ludwig,  Julio C. Sadorra, Puchen Wang, Salvijus Bercys, FM Daniel Yeager and NMs Tyler Hughes and John Bryant.  Download the program pdf to check out the full line-ups and bios for both teams.

Tournament director Jon Haskel reported at 3:45 EST that the results are in with UTD edging UTB out by a hair!

     White                        Black

Stopa-UTD       2493 .Nestorovic-UB   2408 0-1
NadjHedjesi-UB  2432 .Sadorra-UTD     2478 1-0
Ludwig-UTD      2461 .Lapcevic-UB     2413 1-0
ISarenac-UB     2363  Wang-UTD        2466 0-1
Bercys-UTD      2439 .Krstic-UB       2348 1-0
Blesic-UB       2326 .Bryant-UTD      2359 1/2
Yeager-UTD      2259 .Rakic-UB        2323 1-0
Toth-UB         2306 .Hughes-UTD      2281 0-1
Vedrickas-UTD   2272 .Bojovic-UB      2330 1/2
Drljevic-UB     2224 .Lopez-UTD       2150 0-1
Gogte-UTD       2170 .DSarenac-UB     2230 0-1
Stojanovic-UB   2168  Vazirova-UTD    2187 1/2
Ravic-UB        2272  Vaidya-UTD      2202 1-0
Bantic-UTD      2216 .Vrbljanac-UB    2264 1-0
Cvetkovic-UB    2254  Guadalupe-UTD   2204 1-0
Zorigt-UTD      2194 .Aksentijevic-UB 2232 0-1

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