Claudio Murcilli wins the first Open of Las Carolinas

On August 8, the city of Las Carolinas in Argentina hosted their first International Open with 8 players taking part. Claudio Murcilli (45th in the FISTF ranking) was the man of the week-end, winning the semi-final against Gonzalo Gómez and the final against Sebastian Pesci (2-1). Fabrizio Bertolini was the other semi-finalist. Full results: Open – […]

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Two titles for Claudio Murcilli

The International Open of Rosario was taking place last saturday in Argentina with 10 players taking part. In the Open category, Claudio Murcilli won the tournament after beating Fabrizio Bertolini (1-0) in the final. Sebastian Pesci and Nicolas Lioy lost in the semis. Claudio Murcilli was in a good day, also dominating the veterans section […]

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Christophe Dheur wins in Eugies

The first tournament of the year in Belgium took place in Eugies on January 10 & 11 with some competitors travelling from France, the Netherlands and England. Many top belgian players were not taking part but the current number 1 of the belgian ranking, Christophe Dheur, was there with the ambition to win. After defeating […]

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Big games in the South American cup

The team of Argentina won the South American Cup by beating Brazil earlier this month in Rosario. This was a very intense game closing a big week-end of table football. Vasco de Gama (Brazil) won the trophy of clubs. Individual winners were Flavio Riccomagno (Open and veterans) and Agustin Ortega (U19). See more stories on […]

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Claudio Murcilli wins in Buenos Aires

After an intense weekend of play, Claudio Murcilli emerges winner of the International Open of Buenos Aires. Saturday, Renato Murcilli defeated Edgar Schoenfeld (1-0) and won the Buenos Aires Satellite Tournament. On sunday, after many thrilling matches, several players emerged winners in their respective categories. Satellite open winner Renato Murcilli could not keep up the […]

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Two trophies for Flavio Riccomagno in Argentina

The Grand Prix of Argentina took place on sunday with a field of 11 players including Flavio Riccomagno, an Italian ranked 166 in the Open ranking. The representative of the Flickers Milano was the top favorite of the event and didn’t miss the chance to win his first FISTF Grand Prix as he beat Sebastian […]

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