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27th Kavala International Open 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 23:26

Kavala

The 27th Kavala International Open is a 9-round Swii tournamnt taking place from 5-11 August 208 at the Foyer of Prefecture Amphitheatre in Kavala, Greece and is organized by the Kavala Chess Club and East Macedonia & Thrace Chess Union. Players receive 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, then 30 minutes for the rest of the game plus 30 seconds per move starting from move 1.
141 players are expected.

Four groups according to FIDE Rating – Group A : Rtg > 1800 (women>1750)
Group B : Rating < 2000 (Players with Rating between 1800 - 1999 have the right of choice to participate
either in the First or Second Group) -- Group C : Rating < 1200 -- Group D : Born after 1-1-2010
SCHEDULE of GAMES
1st Round Sunday 5 August 16:30 h 6th Round Wednesday 8 August 17:00 h
2nd Round Monday 6 August 10:00 h 7th Round Thursday 9 August 16:30 h
3rd Round Monday 6 August 17:00 h 8th Round Friday 10 August 16:30 h
4th Round Tuesday 7 August 16:30 h 9th Round Saturday 11 August 10:00 h
5th Round Wednesday 8 August 10:00 h Closing Ceremony Saturday 11 August 15:30 h.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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11th Arad International Chess Festival 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 23:19

Arad Culture Palace

The 11th Arad International Chess Festival is a 9-round Swiss open taking place from 5-12 August 2018 in the Continental Hotel in Arad, Rumania. The event is organised by the Vados Chess Club Arad. Players receive 90 minutes for the first 40 moves followed by 15 minutes for the rest plus 30 seconds per player per move starting from move 1.
256 players are expected. The top seeded are GM Kiril Georgiev, GM Dimitrios Mastrovasilis, GM Konstantin Tarlev etc…

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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22nd HZ Chess Tournament 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 23:13

The 22nd Hogeschool Zeeland Tournament is a 9-round Swiss open taking place in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, from 4-11 August 2018. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.
247 players are expected. The top seeded are GM Sandro Mareco, GM Eduard Iturrizaga Bonelli, ,GM Jorden Van Foreest, etc…

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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Abu Dhabi Chess Festival 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 22:48

Abu Dhabi Chess & Culture Club is organizing the Abu Dhabi chess festival in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Sports Council and under the Patronage of H.H Sheikh Nahyan bin Zayed Al Nahyan from 6-16th August in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the UAE.

1. Masters Tournament:
Open to all FIDE rated players with standard rating of 2100 ELO and above. Tournament will be a 9 rounds Swiss system, time control 90 min for each player and 30 seconds increment for each. 30-minute tolerance will be applied.
Top prizes: $13000 $7,500 $5,500 $3,500 $2000 $1500 $1000 $800 $700 $600

2. Open Tournament:
Open for players rated 2000 ELO and below. The tournament will be a 9 rounds Swiss system, time control 90 min for each player and 30 seconds increment for each move. 30-minute tolerance will be applied.
Top prizes: $2000 $1500 $1200 $1000 $800 $500 $400

3. Juniors Tournament (U16):
Open for players born in 2002 or later. The tournament will be a 9 rounds Swiss system, time control 70 min for each player for the whole game. 30-minute tolerance will be applied.
Top prizes: $1500 $1000 $700 $500 $400 $300. Also prizes for sections U8, U10, U12 and U14.

4. Blitz tournament:
Swiss system, 11 rounds, 3 min + 2 sec increment. Entry fees AED 100 (US$ 27). GM, IM with standard Ello Above 2400 and WGM are exempted.

5. Simultaneous exhibition:
Held by a renowned international GM. Free Registration

6. Homeland protector’s tournament:
Open to members of military and police and national service. Swiss system, 7 rounds, 15 min. If there are 10 or less teams participating, the tournament will be a round robin. Free Registration.

7. Family Team Tournament:
Swiss system, 7 rounds, 15 min. Open to teams of 2 players (player + one of the parents). If there are 10 or less teams participating, the tournament will be a round robin. Free Registration.

Chess Festival Site

25th Abu Dhabi International Chess Festival – Masters:

1 GM Le Quang Liem VIE 2727
2 GM Rapport Richard HUN 2718
3 GM Cheparinov Ivan GEO 2717
4 GM Wang Hao CHN 2711
5 GM Fedoseev Vladimir RUS 2706
6 GM Dubov Daniil RUS 2690
7 GM Amin Bassem EGY 2683
8 GM Sargissian Gabriel ARM 2680
9 GM Sjugirov Sanan RUS 2677
10 GM Korobov Anton UKR 2662
11 GM Short Nigel D ENG 2659
12 GM Morozevich Alexander RUS 2656
13 GM Akopian Vladimir ARM 2655
14 GM Kravtsiv Martyn UKR 2653
15 GM Parligras Mircea-Emilian ROU 2644
16 GM Maghsoodloo Parham IRI 2636
17 GM Salem A.R. Saleh UAE 2635
18 GM Adly Ahmed EGY 2634
19 GM Lupulescu Constantin ROU 2619
20 GM Vocaturo Daniele ITA 2617
21 GM Gupta Abhijeet IND 2613
22 GM Petrosian Tigran L. ARM 2610
23 GM Karthikeyan Murali IND 2609
24 GM Jumabayev Rinat KAZ 2608
25 GM Andersen Mads DEN 2601
26 GM Idani Pouya IRI 2599
27 GM Tabatabaei M.Amin IRI 2590
28 GM Pantsulaia Levan GEO 2587
29 GM Jojua Davit GEO 2582
30 GM Aravindh Chithambaram Vr. IND 2581
31 GM Narayanan.S.L IND 2574
32 GM Istratescu Andrei ROU 2573
33 GM Yuffa Daniil RUS 2569
34 GM Fier Alexandr BRA 2560
35 GM Firouzja Alireza IRI 2560
36 IM Nihal Sarin IND 2555
37 GM Bernadskiy Vitaliy UKR 2544
38 GM Abdusattorov Nodirbek UZB 2538
39 GM Debashis Das IND 2538
40 GM Aryan Chopra IND 2536
41 GM Kadric Denis BIH 2536
42 GM Shyam Sundar M. IND 2526
43 GM Lalith Babu M R IND 2519
44 FM Erigaisi Arjun IND 2517
45 GM Vishnu Prasanna. V IND 2516
46 GM Puranik Abhimanyu IND 2514
47 IM Kuybokarov Temur UZB 2499
48 IM Saduakassova Dinara KAZ 2494
49 IM Sindarov Javokhir UZB 2488
50 GM Swapnil S. Dhopade IND 2485
51 GM Kunte Abhijit IND 2484
52 IM Iniyan P IND 2464
53 IM Vignesh N R IND 2463
54 IM Harsha Bharathakoti IND 2454
55 IM Nguyen Anh Khoi VIE 2453
56 GM Laxman R.R. IND 2448
57 IM Nitin S. IND 2448
58 CM Gukesh D IND 2440
59 IM Halvax Georg AUT 2437
60 FM Raja Rithvik R IND 2436
61 IM Prithu Gupta IND 2434
62 GM Sundararajan Kidambi IND 2432
63 IM Labib Ibrahim Hasan EGY 2425
64 IM Mammadzada Gunay AZE 2425
65 FM Sadhwani Raunak IND 2424
66 IM Ikeda Junta AUS 2419
67 IM Akash G IND 2410
68 IM Raghunandan Kaumandur Srihari IND 2404
69 GM Jonkman Harmen NED 2403
70 IM Dimakiling Oliver PHI 2401
71 Muthaiah Al IND 2391
72 Arjun Kalyan IND 2390
73 IM Krishna Teja N IND 2389
74 IM Rakesh Kumar Jena IND 2385
75 GM Raetsky Alexander RUS 2380
76 FM Anand Nadar IND 2377
77 IM Kathmale Sameer IND 2366
78 WGM Soumya Swaminathan IND 2361
79 Wagh Suyog IND 2356
80 Kulkarni Chinmay IND 2355
81 WGM Rapport Jovana SRB 2354
82 IM Omar Noaman UAE 2353
83 WGM Tokhirjonova Gulrukhbegim UZB 2350
84 FM Rathanvel V S IND 2348
85 FM Samhouri A. JOR 2348
86 Saravana Krishnan P. IND 2347
87 FM Aliyev Ravan AZE 2346
88 IM Sidhant Mohapatra IND 2339
89 IM Ahmad Al Khatib JOR 2336
90 IM Padmini Rout IND 2336
91 CM Zuo Yifan CHN 2333
92 Koustav Chatterjee IND 2325
93 FM Mithil Ajgaonkar IND 2318
94 CM Aronyak Ghosh IND 2318
95 FM Kigigha Bomo NGR 2317
96 Sammed Jaykumar Shete IND 2314
97 WGM Kulkarni Bhakti IND 2312
98 WIM Eric Jovana SRB 2307
99 Sankalp Gupta IND 2304
100 WGM Gomes Mary Ann IND 2303
101 FM Hamidi Amir Mohammad IRI 2299
102 CM Karthik Kumar Pradeep IND 2295
103 FM Salem Ghuloom UAE 2293
104 FM Shailesh Dravid IND 2290
105 Daneshvar Bardiya IRI 2290
106 WGM Hejazipour Mitra IRI 2285
107 Patil Pratik IND 2280
108 Raahul V S IND 2277
109 IM Sharma Dinesh K. IND 2274
110 CM Kushagra Mohan IND 2270
111 IM Mohota Nisha IND 2268
112 AGM Jubin Jimmy IND 2267
113 WIM Nandhidhaa Pv IND 2266
114 Aaryan Varshney IND 2260
115 Pranav Anand IND 2260
116 WIM Alinasab Mobina IRI 2259
117 AGM Krishnater Kushager IND 2256
118 WIM Srija Seshadri IND 2255
119 Navalgund Niranjan IND 2255
120 Rayes Abdul Kader SYR 2242
121 Dixit Nikhil IND 2240
122 Pranavananda V IND 2232
123 Pranav V IND 2227
124 WIM Vantika Agrawal IND 2225
125 FM Gajwa Ankit IND 2223
126 FM Dushyant Sharma IND 2221
127 WIM Parnali S Dharia IND 2218
128 Samant Aditya S IND 2216
129 WFM Varshini V IND 2205
130 Bhambure Shantanu IND 2194
131 Sahil Tickoo IND 2192
132 WIM Mahalakshmi M IND 2177
133 WFM Divya Deshmukh IND 2172
134 Adnan Habib CAN 2171
135 CM Mendonca Leon Luke IND 2167
136 Senthil Maran K IND 2167
137 FM Srinivasa Rao M. IND 2160
138 WIM Pujari Rucha IND 2159
139 Esenbek Uulu Ilimbek KGZ 2159
140 FM Thompson Ian D ENG 2156
141 Ajay Karthikeyan IND 2156
142 WIM Michelle Catherina P IND 2153
143 WIM Ivana Maria Furtado IND 2146
144 Moayed Obied JOR 2146
145 Sarvesh Kumar A IND 2145
146 WCM Isha Sharma IND 2144
147 IM Sultan Ibrahim UAE 2140
148 FM Jeet Jain IND 2136
149 FM Al Hosani Omran UAE 2135
150 AGM Srihari L R IND 2135
151 Hakobyan Eduard ARM 2134
152 FM Villanueva Nelson PHI 2133
153 Bartakke Amardeep S. IND 2133
154 Byron Alan M ENG 2132
155 WCM Song Yuxin CHN 2126
156 Pranav Shetty IND 2124
157 Mortel Marlon PHI 2123
158 FM Al-Hajiri Bader KUW 2120
159 Priyanka K IND 2106
160 Mayank Pal IND 2100
161 WFM Salonika Saina IND 2069
162 Panda Sambit IND 2043
163 Polakhare Aryan IND 1957
164 CM Al-Zaabi Sultan UAE 1945

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FIDE Forward campaign website launched: Press Release

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 21:31

Dear chess friends,

As the FIDE elections of 3 October are approaching, we are pleased to announce the launch of our “FIDE Forward” campaign website. Together with our social media accounts, it will be our main tool for direct communication with all FIDE delegates and for promoting the principles and values of our team.

On the 4th of July the three competing tickets were announced by FIDE, together with the list of Federation Presidents that nominated each ticket. The numbers confirm what is already known within our organization and the international chess community: that National Chess Federations do not tolerate the practice of “Money for Control” and instead opt for our main principle of “Dignity Above Money”.

The federations nominating each candidate were as follows on 4 July:

Ticket of Georgios Makropoulos - 64 federation presidents
Ticket of Arkady Dvorkovich - 13 federation presidents
Ticket of Nigel Short - 6 federation presidents

We are in the pleasant position to confirm that today, 26 July, the number of federations nominating our ticket has increased to more than 80 and we are confident that we will win the elections in the first round!

As expected, our opponents, some chess websites and the Russian press tried to downplay the significance of our public support and even eliminated it completely from their reports. The Russian Chess Federation took this practice to an extreme and mentioned only that the Russian candidate was nominated by 13 federations, conveniently omitting to mention our 64 nominations!

The overwhelming support that we have received forced Arkady Dvorkovich to go to any lengths to try and carry out the order he has been given from the Kremlin: to bring FIDE under Russian control at any cost. Suddenly we learn about invitations to the football World Cup for certain delegates from Africa, with expenses paid of course. There have been offers of free charter flights for African and delegations from the Americas to the Chess Olympiad, African chess forums are full of talk about 100’000 euros for “buying African dreams”.

We have seen numerous interventions of Russian government officials and ambassadors demanding support for Dvorkovich and pressing National Olympic Committees and Ministries of other countries. This is of course major interference by a foreign government in the internal affairs of national sport federations, and in the election process of an independent international organization, and it will be dealt with soon as it is a clear violation of IOC and FIDE principles.

What is at stake today is the political and financial independence of FIDE from any foreign government. Arkady Dvorkovich is the continuation of the old practice “Money for Control” and, unfortunately, FIDE today is in danger of becoming the tool of a certain government for achieving its geopolitical aims which have nothing to do with chess.

During the last two years, with Georgios Makropoulos as acting President, we have proven that FIDE can evolve into a stable and healthy organization. The reserve funds of FIDE have reached a high of 1.7 million euros through our hard work and commitment and by the end of the year we expect that the reserve funds will reach to 2.2 million euros. The whole Presidential and Executive Board of FIDE as well as the members of the FIDE Forward ticket have proven their integrity by turning their back to the “Money for Control” logic and taking all the right decisions to keep FIDE financially healthy and independent.

Unfortunately, as always, after Arkady Dvorkovich announced his candidacy, there are a few that have followed the smell of easy money, and try to secure financial deals for themselves. There are announcements on the internet which call for “negotiating” votes and other shady acts. These people are the same who were hoping that our team would be honest (and we are!) so they can be dishonest and negotiate their own improper deals.

We will remain honest until the end and we will fight for, and secure, the financial and political independence of FIDE so that each and every delegate will be proud to be a member of our organization. This is our dream and you cannot buy dreams, you should work for them!

The FIDE Forward team

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Spectacular London Venue Announced for FIDE World Chess Championship Match 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 20:51

World Chess and FIDE are pleased to announce The College, a breath-taking historic building in the heart of London as the venue for the FIDE World Chess Championship Match 2018.

The 10,000 square foot space in Holborn will host 400 people each day to see Magnus Carlsen defend his world title against US challenger Fabiano Caruana. The much-anticipated match will be held in London from 9th to 28th November.

Ticket prices range from £45 to £100, with over 4,500 fans already registering for pre-order on TicketMaster and worldchess.com. All ticket holders will automatically receive premium digital access to the whole tournament and will be able to follow the games live as if they were in the room with the Grandmasters.

The organisers, with the ambition of making chess one of the world’s most popular spectator sports, are curating a phenomenal experience for fans coming to watch the games live: a dramatic venue, limited edition merchandise and the opportunity to meet the Grandmasters. Spectators will also be able to view the after-game press conferences and listen live to commentary by the world’s biggest chess stars and experts.

Ilya Merenzon, CEO, World Chess, said: “We know there are millions of chess fans in the UK – this is their chance to witness a battle of the world’s greatest minds. There will also be an influx of Norwegians heading to London to support Magnus. You’ll be hearing a lot of Norwegian accents in Covent Garden in November! The fact that an American is playing, for the first time in almost 50 years, will certainly make it a must-watch clash in the US!”

Those following the games online will also be catered for; they will be able to watch the moves for free on worldchess.com, the official broadcasting platform. They can also sign up for a $20 premium account, giving fans access to multi-camera views, commentary, behind-the-scenes footage, the opportunity to ask questions during press conferences and more. A portion of the digital revenue will be set to aside increase the prize fund from a guaranteed EUR 1,000,000.

The 2016 Championship took place in New York with the total audience for the event reaching a record-breaking 1.5 billion people. For the first time in decades, the World Chess crown may return to America in 2018 after Brooklyn-born Caruana won the Candidates Tournament in Berlin and earned the right to fight Carlsen for the Championship title.

The College provides an appropriate venue for the pinnacle of the world’s oldest game – its retained a number of authentic Victorian features including furnishing, marble reception areas and a show-stopping glass-dome roof.

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Qualifiers for FIDE Women’s World Championship 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 20:48

FIDE is publishing the player’s contract for the Women’s World Chess Championship 2018 to be held in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia from November 1st to November 24.

The qualified players are expected to fax or email scanned the original document of their signed contract to the FIDE Secretariat’s fax number +30 2109212859 or email office@fide.com no later than midnight of Thursday, 16 August 2018.

FIDE is also publishing the initial list of qualifiers as per regulations. The full technical regulations of the event are on the FIDE handbook.

QUALIFIERS for the WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP 2018

a) From World Women’s Championship 2016
01. Tan Zhongyi (CHN) – Winner 2016
02. Muzychuk Anna (UKR) – Runner up
03. Harika Dronavalli (IND) – Semifinalist
04. Kosteniuk Alexandra (RUS) – Semifinalist

b) From average Rating List 2/2017 to 1/2018
05. Hou Yifan (CHN) 2664.41
06. Ju Wenjun (CHN) 2580.75
07. Gunina Valentina (RUS) 2507.25
08. Lei Tingjie (CHN) 2507.16
09. Zhao Xue (CHN) 2490.25

c) World Girl Junior Champions 2016-2017:
10. Saduakassova Dinara (KAZ) World Junior G20 Champion 2016
11. Abdumalik Zhansaya (KAZ) World Junior G20 Champion 2017

d) 28 players from European Women Championships 2016 & 2017
12. Ushenina Anna (UKR) 2016
13. Vega Gutierrez Sabrina (ESP) 2016
14. Stefanova Antoaneta (FID) 2016
15. Mkrtchian Lilit (ARM) 2016
16. Paehtz Elisabeth (GER) 2016
17. Atalik Ekaterina (TUR) 2016
18. Bodnaruk Anastasia (RUS) 2016
19. Zawadzka Jolanta (POL) 2016
20. Javakhishvili Lela (GEO) 2016
21. Matnadze Ana (ESP) 2016
22. Shvayger Yuliya (ISR) 2016
23. Goryachkina Aleksandra (RUS) 2016
24. Arakhamia-Grant Ketevan (SCO) 2016
25. Khukhashvili Sopiko (GEO) 2016
26. Dzagnidze Nana (GEO) 2017
27. Galliamova Alisa (RUS) 2017
28. Lagno Kateryna (RUS) 2017
29. Muzychuk Mariya (UKR) 2017
30. Socko Monika (POL) 2017
31. Danielian Elina (ARM) 2017
32. Nechaeva Marina (RUS) 2017
33. Khotenashvili Bela (GEO) 2017
34. Zhukova Natalia (UKR) 2017
35. Pogonina Natalija (RUS) 2017
36. Hoang Thanh Trang (HUN) 2017
37. Gara Anita (HUN) 2017
38. Gaponenko Inna (UKR) 2017
39. Kashlinskaya Alina (RUS) 2017

e) 8 players from Americas
40. Cori T., Deysi (PER) (Continental 2016)
41. Miranda Llanes, Yerisbel (CUB) (Continental 2017)
42. Aliaga Fernandez, Ingrid Y (PER) (Continental 2017)
43. Foisor Sabina-Francesca (USA) (Zone 2.1)
44. Paikidze Nazi (USA) (Zone 2.1)
45. Ouellet, Maili-Jade (CAN) (Zone 2.2)
46. Vazquez Maccarini, Danitza (PUR) (Zone 2.3)
47. Lujan, Carolina (ARG) (Zone 2.5)

f) 12 players from Asia/Oceania
48. Kuilkarni Bhakthid (IND) (Continental 2016)
49. Nakhbayeva Guliskhan (KAZ) (Continental 2017)
50. Alinasab Mobina (IRI) (Zone 3.1)
51. Hamid Rani (BAN) (Zone 3.2)
52. Vo Thi Kim Phung (VIE) (Zone 3.3)
53. Tokhirjonova Gulrukhbegim (UZB) (Zone 3.4)
54. Zhai Mo (CHN) (Zone 3.5)
55. Ni Shiqun (CHN) (Zone 3.5)
56. Zhu Jineer (CHN) (Zone 3.5)
57. Sun Fanghui (CHN) (Zone 3.5)
58. Timergazi, Layla (NZL) (Zone 3.6)
59. Padmini Rout (IND) (Zone 3.7)

g) 3 players from Africa
60. Wafa Shahenda (EGY) (Continental 2017)
61. Toubal Hayat (ALG) (Continental 2017)
62. February Jesse Nikki (RSA) (Continental 2017)

h) 2 nominees by FIDE
63. To be announced
64. To be announced

TOTAL: 64 players

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Cellavision Chess Cup 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 20:08

The Cellavision Chess Cup is an 8-round Swiss tournament taking place from 3-5 August 2018 in Lund, Sweden. It starts off with four Rapid games with a time control of 15 minutes for the entire game, plus a 5-second increment starting from move one, followed by four classical games with 90 minutes per game and a 30-second increment. In parallel with CellaVision Chess Cup the Small CellaVision Chess Cup is open for players with elo rating below 1600.
185 players are taking part in the main event.

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European Senior Chess Championship 2018

Fri, 08/03/2018 - 19:47

The European Senior Chess Championship will be held in Drammen, Norway from August 3 (day of arrival) until August 13 (day of departure) 2018. The tournament will be held in Scandic Ambassadeur, a traditional hotel along the Drammen river, next to the Drammen Fjord, and within short distance of Oslo. This hotel is only 50 meters from the train station with great connection possibilities to Oslo and Oslo Airport.

Schedule
Date Day Time Program
August 3 Friday Arrival
August 3 Friday 14.00-20.00 Registration
August 4 Saturday 09.00-14.00 Registration
10.00 Players Meeting
14.30 Opening Ceremony
15.00 Round 1
August 5 Sunday 15.00 Round 2
August 6 Monday 15.00 Round 3
August 7 Tuesday 15.00 Round 4
August 8 Wednesday 15.00 Round 5
August 9 Thursday 15.00 Round 6
August 10 Friday 15.00 Round 7
August 11 Saturday 15.00 Round 8
August 12 Sunday 15.00 Round 9
20.00 Closing Ceremony
August 13 Monday Departure

Participation

The European Senior Chess Championship is open to all players representing ECU Chess Federations which comprise European Chess Union (FIDE zones 1.1 to 1.10) who have been born in the year 1968 or earlier, regardless of their title or rating. There is also no limit in the number of participants per federation. Applications have to be sent by the National federations or to be approved by the National federations.

In accordance with the ECU tournament rule the Championship will be played in two categories: one for those who shall have reached the age of 50 (category SENIOR 50+), and one for those who shall have reached the age of 65 (category SENIOR 65+).
Players who have reached the age of 65 by the 31st December 2018 are allowed to participate in the category SENIOR 50+ if they request it. In each age category an Open and a Women’s competition is organized. There is also no limit of participants per federation.

System and rate of play
The championship is based on Swiss system in accordance with the ECU Tournament Rules and FIDE Rules of Chess. The playing time will be 90 minutes for 40 moves plus 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an increment of 30 seconds per move, starting from move 1.
Women tournament will be played separately. If in total the women participants are less than nine they will play in the Open tournaments with separate prizes.

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Copel Telecom Open 2018

Wed, 08/01/2018 - 20:07

The Copel Telecom Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 1-5 August 2018 in Caiobá, Brazil. Players receive 90 minutes for the entire game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.
The event will be held in the modern and air-conditioned event hall of the Hotel Sesc Caiobá. 170 players are expected.
Two chess players qualify for the Semifinal of the Brazilian Chess Championship.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish

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Irena Warakomska Memorial 2018

Wed, 08/01/2018 - 17:36

The 2nd Irena Warakomska Memorial is a 9-round Swiss open taking place in Velvet Hotel, Suwałki, Poland from 1-8 August 2018. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves then 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.
Organizer is Irena Warakomska Association under the auspices of the president of Suwałki Czesław Renkiewicz.

Venue
VELVET*** Hotel, Suwałki, ul. Kościuszki 128 [Open A, B]
OSiR sports hall, Suwałki, ul. Wojska Polskiego 2

Tournament groups
Open A – players with FIDE rating above 2100 [FIDE rated]
Open B – players with FIDE rating 1601-2100 [FIDE rated]
Open C – players with FIDE rating below 1600 and without FIDE rating [FIDE rated]
Open D – players under 12

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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Police confirms fake ECU from Delaware forged bank documents

Wed, 08/01/2018 - 04:22

ECU Press Release 31.07.2018

A Brief history of the case:

In May 2011 a group of individuals established an offshore shadow company in Delaware, U.S.A. named “European Chess Union LLC” Delaware and the same time, through this company, they opened a bank account in Slovenia. From 2011 to 2015, forging bank documents, invoices, letters and contracts they were abusing money from the Bulgarian state, Montenegro chess federation and possible other public or private entities or even executing money laundering services for clients ‘sponsors”.  It is officially confirmed that they have abused more than 1 million euros, however the information that is not yet official raises this amount to 3 million euros. (Links on the bottom of the article)

 

European Chess Union has the responsibility to inform its members as also the international media and public about the on-going investigations for the private shadow company “European Chess Union LLC”, a Limited-Liability Company (LLC) registered in Delaware, USA on May 4, 2011. The company’s File Number is listed as 4977764. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Harvard Business Services, Inc. and is located at 16192 Coastal Highway Lewes, DE 19958.   The ECU LLC Delaware after its registration opened a bank account on 11th of May 2011 in the ABANKA d.d. based in Slovenia with no. SI56 0510 0801 3271 144.

  1. As was stated several times by the European Chess Union and concluded by two CAS Awards, there is no legal or any financial relation between the ”European Chess Union”, an association established under Swiss law, with its seat in Hünenberg See, Switzerland, and the limited-liability company “European Chess Union LLC” registered in Delaware, USA.
    A. ECU vs Bulgarian federation – CAS award
    B. FIDE vs Valdimir Sakotic – CAS Award

 

  1. According to the official documents received from the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth & Sports, as also informed in a press conference in Sofia, by the Bulgarian Minister of Sports, Mr. Krasen Kralev, the Bulgarian Chess Federation under the leadership of Mr. Silvio Danailov and his associates transferred to the Slovenian Bank account belonging to the Delaware Company 1,070,140 euros (Annex_1) from 2011 till 2014, informing that these are payments/fees for the European Chess Union based in Switzerland. The amount of 1,070,140 euros represents only the state funds transferred to the offshore company while the Bulgarian Chess Federation refuses to provide any other information about the total transactions with this company.

 

  1. The reports of the Financial Investigation Agency of Bulgarian described in detail all these invoices /transactions in the total of the 1,070,140 euros. The reports are available in public and was an agenda item in the ECU General Assembly in Baku:

    ECU GA Agenda 2016 (annexes 6a, 6b, 6c).

 

  1. According to the Bulgarian Financial Investigation Agency reports, Mr. Silvio Danailov presented to the Bulgarian authorities an alleged Bank Certificate from the Slovenian Bank “ABANKA d.d”. (Annex_2). This document first appeared in the report of the Bulgarian Agency no. DI1SF-45, dated 03.08.2015 (pages 49,50 referring to Mr. Danailov claims). Later, this report was amended with the report-dated 16.02.2016   (reference of the certificate in pages 43, 44, 45). The document in the context of the inspections provided by Mr. Silvio Danailov (then President of the Chess Federation of Bulgaria and former President of ECU), and on this basis therefore the Chess Federation Bulgaria sought to prove that the funds, which were acquired by the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports, were used properly.  The same bank certificate sent to the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports from the Bulgarian Chess federation for the state auditing. The Bulgarian Ministry of Youth & Sports sent officially this document to ECU(Annex_2), after the FIDE and ECU meetings in Sofia in June 2017. The Bulgarian federation did not contact in 2015 the European Chess Union asking about the authenticity of such document.

 

  1. This alleged Bank certificate is also manifestly contrary to official data from the Slovenian register of transaction accounts (Annex_3), which gives exclusive the account holder the company “CHESS EUROPEAN UNION LLC”, with business address “161 COASTAL HIGHWAY Delaware, USA “.

 

  1. European Chess Union after contacted the A.A. Bank in Slovenia and the officer that allegedly signed this certificate (Annex_2) submitted a criminal complaint in Slovenia on 9th January 2018, including all the Bulgarian investigation reports, a number of forged invoices, the CAS awards as also the alleged bank certificate.

 

  1. The Slovenian Prosecutor informed ECU by a letter on 26.02.2018 that has accepted the case and asked Slovenia Police to start investigation. (Annex_4)

 

  1. The Slovenian Police, through Interpol, informed officially ECU on 3rd July 2018 that the bank certificate in annex_2 that submitted to the Bulgarian authorities and Bulgaria Ministry of Youth and Sports is a forged document (Annex_5).

 

“With regard to the document »CERTIFICATE«, which was supposedly issued by the ABANKA d.d. on 20.07.2015, an official explanation was obtained from the ABANKA d.d. that they did not issue this document and that the document is forged.”

While the Police investigation continues, European Chess Union additionally has already informed about the case:  a. the Slovenian Anti-laundering Authority b. the Slovenian Central Bank and preparing related information letters and to the EU institutions.

  1. Apart the investigation in Slovenia, another investigation takes place in Bulgaria after criminal complaints submitted by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Bulgaria as also Bulgarian citizens. From December 2016 the Bulgarian Prosecutor has concluded and informed that a heavy crime took place. (Annex_6).
  2. The known and confirmed transactions to the Slovenian Bank account are 1,070,140 euros sent from the Bulgarian Chess federation and 7,500 euros sent from the Montenegro Chess federation. However the ECU has the information, which is not yet official, that the total deposits in this account exceed the 3 million euros.
  3. European Chess Union asks any legal entity, “sponsor” or individual who was asked to transfer money to the account with no. SI56 0510 0801 3271 144 in the ABANKA d.d. Bank in Slovenia to report it, in ECU or/and the Police.
  4. European Chess Union will hold a Press conference in Batumi during the Chess Olympiad releasing more details and documents/invoices, about the case with the main purpose to inform the media as also the representatives of all National Chess federations.

Press_Release_31.07.2018

 

Related links:

Montenegro Chess Federation files criminal complaint against Vladimir Šakotić

ECU Executive Director Vladimir Šakotić offering Slovenia Chess Federation events and profit

ECU press release: “Budva investigation” unveils new details

Vladimir Sakotic linked with fake ECU in Delaware

Danailov, Stoisavljevic, Sakotic suspended by FIDE Ethics Commission

Despite the ban by the FIDE Ethics Commission, Vladimir Sakotic, through his proxies Ivan Marinkovic, Dejan Nestorovic, Branko Tadic, Ratko Pizurica, Danko Bokan and Miroslav Kopanja, usurped the Serbian Chess Federation in November 2016 by breaking the Sports Law and federation Statutes.

Witnesses from the European Youth Rapid & Blitz Championship, that was held in Novi Sad in December 2016, confirmed that Vladimir Sakotic was running the event in the stead of the “official” tournament coordinator.

Sakotic’s group was finally expelled from the Serbian Chess Federation in April 2018, albeit leaving the previously stable federation with enormous 80.000 EUR debt.

Bulgarian Chess Federation expelled from European Chess Union

ECU files a criminal complaint in Switzerland

Minister Kralev: “More than 1 million euro moved to fake ECU account”

ECU files a criminal complaint in Slovenia

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Statements by Deus X and Leela Chess Zero authors

Tue, 07/31/2018 - 22:09

The breaking news about the Neural Network Deus X, accompanied by a video interview on Chessdom went like a shock wave through the computer chess world. It created a lot of excitement, but also left the audience as well as the competitors in TCEC with questions unanswered. After a turbulent day of email exchanges, the authors of the two NNs cleared the situation. Here are the official statements by the two teams.

TCEC Season 13 official website / TCEC Twitch TV / Facebook page / Full participants list of TCEC S13

Statement by Albert Silver, author of Deus X

DeusX is a neural network, trained by Albert Silver from unique non-Leela data, exclusively from human played games. The engine that executes this network is Lc0, developed by the Leela Chess Zero team. The code for training the neural network, so that it can run in the Lc0 binary, also comes from the Leela Chess Zero project. Deserved credit to the Lc0 team will also be given in any citation of the engine in the following form, “DeusX Neural Network by Albert Silver, powered by Lc0″

 

Statement by Leela Chess Zero team

After the initial confusion, the Lc0 team is happy to receive the statement from Albert Silver with a clarification regarding usage of the Lc0 code. The credit to the Leela Chess Zero team is now given appropriately. The team is looking forward to exciting games in the upcoming Top Chess Engine Championship, and is very glad that both neural network based on “zero” principle and “non-zero” principle will participate this season. It’s going to be really interesting to observe their differences in style and strength. We hope to see even more neural network based engines in the next seasons of TCEC. It is now time for the highest level chess competition to begin and for the audience to enjoy the best chess in the world.

 

Statement by TCEC tournament director

TCEC Season 13 is the first season where NN engines have appropriate hardware to run on, making it the first experimental season of this kind. A lot of effort was put in the event to guarantee fair and balanced competition between the NN engines and traditional engines. TCEC will strive to continue to improve those conditions, including a specific set of rules for NN engines that will be created in cooperation with experts in the field. The best season of TCEC is coming, let’s all enjoy, see you at the official website and the Twitch TV channel

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Eurasia Open Cup

Tue, 07/31/2018 - 20:43

From 1 to 11 August in Yekaterinburg, under the patronage of the Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region EV Kuyvashev, the most large-scale chess event of the Ural region of 2018 – the Eurasia Open Festival will be held.

In the program of the Festival:

match A.E. Karpov – N.N. Rashkovsky;
the Cup of Russia among adults (“SKB Kontur Cup”);
stage of the Cup of Russia among children (“AE Karpov’s Cup”);
open tournament on blitz (“NN Rashkovsky’s Cup and BI Fradkin”);
open tournament on fast chess for prizes “SKB Kontur”.

The festival will be held on the sports grounds of the Palace of Game Sports (DIVS).

The honorable guests of the festival are the 12th world chess champion Anatoly Karpov and the Olympic champion, international grandmaster Rafael Vahanyan.

The grand opening of the Festival will take place on August 1 at 14:00 in the DIVS. At 15.00 the beginning of the first round. On the opening day, guests and participants of the Festival will witness a unique match between grandmasters – Anatoly Karpov and Naum Rashkovsky.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

Starting list

1 Artemiev Vladislav
2 Kryakvin Dmitry
3 Sarana Alexey
4 Timofeev Artyom
5 Chigaev Maksim
6 Rozum Ivan
7 Pridorozhni Aleksei
8 Shaposhnikov Evgeny
9 Bocharov Ivan
10 Matsenko Sergei
11 Sorokin Aleksey
12 Tsydypov Zhamsaran
13 Khanin Semen
14 Kabanov Nikolai
15 Kozionov Kirill
16 Gutenev Alexander
17 Fakhrutdinov Timur
18 Badmatsyrenov Oleg
19 Vokarev Sergey
20 Drygalov Andrey
21 Drygalov Sergey
22 Shinkevich Vitaly
23 Kopylov Alexander A.
24 Mokshanov Alexey
25 Yeletsky Ivan
26 Looshnikov Nikolai
27 Makhmutov Rail
28 Faizrakhmanov Ramil
29 Popov Mikhail
30 Ivanov Andrew
31 Kanter Eduard
32 Kardashevskiy Evgeny
33 Postnikov Daniil
34 Fotin Vladimir
35 Nesterov Arseniy
36 Dilmukhametov Artur
37 Lisenko Alexander V
38 Obgolts Erik
39 Inozemtsev Sergei
40 Tomilova Elena
41 Pozin Sergey
42 Matsenko Andrei
43 Shapiro David
44 Rudometov Maxim
45 Grachev Alexey
46 Sichinava Zviad
47 Scerbin Dmitrij
48 Zasukhin Vadim
49 Tataurov Andrey
50 Tsybikov Tumen
51 Sabaev Sergey
52 Maletina Tatiana
53 Yuferev Oleg
54 Lysenko Margarita
55 Saunina Ludmila
56 Gusarov Aleksey
57 Zorin Alexander
58 Martynyuk Elizaveta
59 Eliseev Mikhail
60 Dubinin Alexsandr
61 Logachiov Aleksandr
62 Marchuk Rostislav
63 Pogorelskikh Sergey
64 Fedotov Alexey
65 Isanzhulov Arystan
66 Patrushev Konstantin
67 Vazhenin Alexei
68 Baglaev Evgeniy
69 Volkov Roman
70 Ponomarev Grigori
71 Pogorelskikh Sofia
72 Kanevskaya Anna
73 Kolomensky Vladimir
74 Shadrin Anton
75 Neizvestnykh Vitalij
76 Belova Olga
77 Zhukov Ivan
78 Tyurin Ilya
79 Pingin Artem
80 Zharkov Nikolay
81 Lilov Aleksandr
82 Khubukshanov Erdem
83 Bitkinin Lenar
84 Vysotsky Ivan
85 Filippova Margarita
86 Kozlov Denis
87 Pauli Stanislav
88 Kuzmin Roman
89 Kharitonov Egor
90 Matskevich Ivan
91 Sosnina Ekaterina
92 Lysenko Viktoria
93 Korolkov Evgeni
94 Dubnikova Anastasia
95 Fomin Pavel V.
96 Buchina Polina
97 Dolgaeva Evgenia
98 Bazyrtsyrenov Kirill
99 Grekhov Luka
100 Ketov Daniil
101 Raspopin Alecsandr
102 Chyndygyr Tamerlan
103 Gyrgenova Ekaterina
104 Liu Ziqi
105 Yadigarov Aivaz
106 Erokhin Artem
107 Khaliullin Albert
108 Ayushiev Ayur
109 Khurkhesova Viktoriya
110 Semenov Anatoliy
111 Dashdorzh Dashanima
112 Bolikov Nicolai
113 Boyko Igor K.
114 Kopylov Artem
115 Panjshin Daniil
116 Dovbnia Nikita
117 Kuzmin Andrey.
118 Tanygina Yulia
119 Kombarov Mikhail
120 Pakeeva Namlana
121 Druzhinin Nikita
122 Belov Danila
123 Dashdorzh Ariunaa
124 Medvedevskih Nikita
125 Toropov Alexandr
126 Kozlova Valeriia
127 Fedortsov Yakov
128 Lobovikov Iaroslav
129 Monastyrenko Nataliya
130 Kartashov Kirill
131 Khrustalev Artemy
132 Medvedevskikh Matvey

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Deus X – the NN chess engine by Albert Silver

Tue, 07/31/2018 - 02:31

In December 2017 Google subsidiary DeepMind shocked the chess world when it announced that its neural network AlphaZero had soundly defeated the then-champion Stockfish 8 in internal tests. While many pointed out that Stockfish 8′s play settings were far from optimal, DeepMind had certainly demonstrated that traditional chess programs could be challenged by deep learning algorithms. It was clear that a new and powerful class of chess-playing software had emerged – the Neural Network (NN) chess engines.

Season 13 of TCEC with two NN engines

For the first time ever the TCEC competition is going to see two NN engines competing. This will be Leela Chess Zero and DeusX (see the full participants list here)

Deus X, the chess engine by Albert Silver, is a new neural network that will be debuting this season. This is the first version of the engine, yet the author believes his chess engine is ready to compete with the strongest in the field. Deus X starts its participation in TCEC this August 3rd and you can watch it live on the official website and the Twitch TV channel

Interview with Albert Silver, author of Deus X

Bonus question – guess the name of the intro track, the artist, and the year of release

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Tiviakov wins Chefchaouen Open 2018

Mon, 07/30/2018 - 18:26

The Alwan Fannia Chess Association of Chefchaouen organizes the 17th Edition of Chefchaouen International Chess Festival from 23 to 29 July 2018 at Complex Mohamed 6 in Chefchaouen.
279 players took part in the tournament!

The winner is GM Sergei Tiviakov with 8,5 points out of 9.
Second is GM Aleksa Strikovic with 7,5 points and third is IM Gomez Ledo Roberto Carlos also with 7,5 points.

Final standings

1 Tiviakov Sergei 8,5
2 Strikovic Aleksa 7,5
3 Gomez Ledo Roberto Carlos 7,5
4 Hesham ,Abdelrahman 7
5 Burmakin Vladimir 7
6 Lariño Nieto David 7
7 Ashraf Shereif 7
8 Suarez Uriel Adrian 7
9 Veiga Jose Francisco R P Neves 7
10 Saber Yasser 7
11 Oussedik Mahfoud 7
12 Buscara Sevan 6,5
13 Fawzy Adham 6,5
14 Aassim Abdelhadi 6,5
15 EL FEZARI Mohamed Amin 6,5
16 Abdelaziz Adil 6,5
17 Zrikem Nassim 6,5
18 Tachafine Anouar 6,5
19 dami omar 6,5
20 lamrabet mohammed 6,5
21 Chennaoui Yasin 6,5
22 Bensaid Abdelmouine 6,5
23 Lahlou Rachid 6,5
24 Hadj Kholti Yasser 6,5
25 kajaj Arsalan 6,5
26 saber anass 6,5
27 Maazouzi Mohamed 6,5
28 Akhrof Lissandine 6
29 Galvez Extremera Francisco 6
30 Nassr Ali 6
31 Abahchouch Younes 6
32 omar LAMNOUAR 6
33 LIARI Khalid 6
34 Guedira Aimen 6
35 Youssef Salaka 6
36 Drais Ali 6
37 Echajari Khalid 6
38 Karkri mohamed 6
39 Ghanoui Nidal 6
40 Skalli Taoufik 6
41 M’GUIL WADIE 6
42 saidi younes 6
43 Zekraoui Houssine 6
44 aluartassi ayoub 6
45 LAMETI Mohamed 6
46 ARRAMI Mohamed 6
47 FARIAT MAROUAN 6
48 Becham Khalid 6
49 Lghachi Smail 5,5
50 HANI Younes 5,5
51 ELMOKHTARI Mohammed 5,5
52 Benaino Samir 5,5
53 Rian Saad 5,5
54 Alaissaoui Amine 5,5
55 Douich Mehdi 5,5
56 Makhlouf Ahlam 5,5
57 Adnan Roudi 5,5
58 bouchaara taoufik 5,5
59 Echchaib Adil 5,5
60 Ouaziz Ismail 5,5
61 EL HIJAZI amine 5,5
62 abdelali kouyach 5,5
63 Benfath Abderahman 5,5
64 EL HABACHI Rachid 5,5
65 MSAAD Said 5,5
66 Chaoui Rayane 5,5
67 Sidah Mohamed 5,5
68 Lakehal Safae 5,5
69 Abou assal Nabil 5,5
70 elhaimer Mohamed 5,5
71 Chia Abdellah 5,5
72 MAAROUF OTMAN 5,5
73 Oualili Abdelali 5,5
74 Zitane Zayd 5,5
75 ALAMI HALIM 5
76 AJBARA JAMAL 5
77 Nasih Said 5
78 Harrak Youssef 5
79 Ouadfel Yassir 5
80 Aarabat Mohammed 5
81 Zerdouk Mohammed 5
82 Sidali Elias Hulleberg 5
83 BENDRISS Hatim 5
84 lakhdari boubker 5
85 Ahmed El Hamri 5
86 RAFYK Ali 5
87 Mason Jon 5
88 Nifasse Mohammed 5
89 Ellaoui Omar 5
90 Lahrach Said 5
91 Guemmah Nassr 5
92 BOUJIDA Yanis 5
93 Almarjani Abderrahmane 5
94 Alaoui Belghiti Chaimaa 5
95 ARBA Youssef 5
96 Zouhair Mohamed 5
97 Alaoui Belghiti Yassine 5
98 Jdiyou Mohammed 5
99 bouchaara mustapha 5
100 Majd Abdelkabir 5
101 Mhand Mohammed 5
102 BELJAOUHARI Abdellatif 5
103 Hammou Hicham 5
104 ammaih youssef 5
105 Rahouti Azedine 5
106 Toumi Mohamed-Jad 5
107 Jawad Abida 5
108 Sentissi Yassine 5
109 El gouach Nassim 5
110 elghezouani ilias 5
111 Ibrahimi Khadija 5
112 El ouadili Khalid 5
113 ben saada moustapha 5
114 nakri anas 5
115 Najimi Mohamed Khalil 5
116 ben ider azeddine 5
117 SAHBAOUI Abdelhai 5
118 Sajid Jalil Sami 5
119 El hayouni Hicham 4,5
120 El Hadj Kacem Abdelhafid 4,5
121 bouhouili housni 4,5
122 Mazgouri Noureddine 4,5
123 Chouki Aali 4,5
124 mansouri omar 4,5
125 HASSNAOUI Hicham 4,5
126 ASSOIB Younes 4,5
127 Shail Abdellatif 4,5
128 AMRI Mohamed 4,5
129 cherigui mourad 4,5
130 chellaf abdessalam 4,5
131 Bouhrara Yassine 4,5
132 Ait Hammou Med Rayane 4,5
133 Choutine Kawtar 4,5
134 EL FERSSIWI Tarek 4,5
135 Allouch Abdelmoneim 4,5
136 TAIR Abdelghani 4,5
137 bertit abderrahim 4,5
138 sobti ahmed 4,5
139 El gouach Maryam 4,5
140 Karkazi Aziz 4,5
141 Bouhouili Mohcine 4,5
142 Lamgiri Mohamed 4,5
143 Nebkhout Omar 4,5
144 Alghazi Hachim 4,5
145 Jdiyou Adam 4,5
146 Lkhachin Abdellah 4,5
147 Makhlouf Ali 4
148 MOUDDEN Abdeljebbar 4
149 El hakour Ahmed 4
150 ahamdane badr eddine 4
151 BENADDI Mouhssine 4
152 Najim Khalid 4
153 OUADDI AYOUB 4
154 Attat Abdelmajid 4
155 Taoughi Mohamed amine 4
156 Zerrai Abdelhamid 4
157 Boubkari Mohamed aissam 4
158 Boulaatoub Mahjoub 4
159 Rian Kacem 4
160 BOULHLIB Abdelkhalek 4
161 ibn el miloudy zakariae 4
162 elouardassi anas 4
163 Benzakour Alae-eddine 4
164 SALHI Mokhtar 4
165 Yrou Mohamed 4
166 Guedira Said 4
167 SBAR Mohamed Amine 4
168 bayoussef otmane 4
169 Alaoui Belghiti AYA 4
170 Chouli Safia 4
171 el kaddaoui wassim 4
172 Kamal DAHRAOUI 4
173 BEN SALAH HASNAA 4
174 MABCHOUR FAHD 4
175 Med jad Azzouz 4
176 Bahri Mohamed 4
177 nouabi ilias 4
178 EL HARRAK YOUSSEF 4
179 Ben khajjou Mahmoud 4
180 Boubkari Hicham 4
181 Nebkhout Omar Ben Najib 4
182 Bakry Mohamed 4
183 Baho Sinan 4
184 Zaid Nabil 4
185 FREME hajar 4
186 Ait bentaleb hiba 4
187 ait bella soulaymane 4
188 ajakane anis 4
189 KHABIR FAHD 4
190 ELMOKHTARI Marouane 4
191 LAHLOU El haj el arbi 4
192 RAHMOUNI OMAR 4
193 Koraa Marwane 4
194 Al Marjani Mohamed Ali 4
195 Meskaoui Mohamed 3,5
196 ELBOUNT YASSER 3,5
197 Bihhadi Amine 3,5
198 Bouzaidi ezzantar Mohammed 3,5
199 EL HARRAK AHMED 3,5
200 moulay hfid Hamidi 3,5
201 Mohamed Alhaik 3,5
202 Cheouiref Mohamed 3,5
203 Hatime Naoufel 3,5
204 Oukkad Omar 3,5
205 Mekdad Reda 3,5
206 belmadani yassir 3,5
207 Sobti zouhair 3,5
208 SAHBAOUI Ahmed 3,5
209 boulaguiem badr 3,5
210 Ouslimane Oussama 3,5
211 Sahbaoui Ilyas 3,5
212 Blilich Ayoub 3,5
213 Larhrissi Omar 3,5
214 ait bella abdelwahed 3,5
215 El Mriga Abdessamad 3
216 ghouagh Mostafa 3
217 OUROUADI TARIK 3
218 Tounsi Fouad 3
219 SOULAYMAN AZZOUZ 3
220 Ben Brahim Sbitri Hicham 3
221 Mohammed Houri 3
222 TAOUIL Imane 3
223 aitbentaleb anas 3
224 el kaddaoui nassim 3
225 KATANE AYOUB 3
226 TAIR Yasmine 3
227 Mahla Nour 3
228 Mouissou Mohamed 3
229 taouil hicham 3
230 EL amrani Sami 3
231 boulaguiem adam 3
232 El Habachi Aya 3
233 Meftah Amine 3
234 Hachimi Hadil 3
235 ihoum mustapha 3
236 Ben Khajjou Hassan 3
237 ghafai mariame 3
238 Oulkhir Rachid 2,5
239 erraji aymane 2,5
240 imiyouska mohamed amine 2,5
241 Larbaoui Yassine 2,5
242 Kriem Mohamed Amine 2,5
243 TAIR Zaid 2,5
244 ouahia abdellah 2,5
245 Majdouline Saif 2,5
246 EL amrani Fahd 2,5
247 Hachimi Jad 2,5
248 Chouki Kenza 2,5
249 saoulaj mohamed 2,5
250 janati idrissi abdelkhalid 2
251 Matjaouj Khalid 2
252 Mahla Nizar abdellah 2
253 KATANE SOHAIB 2
254 ait bella salma 2
255 Chidi Saad 2
256 DOUAR SAAD 2
257 Najim Ahmed charaf 2
258 Alghazi Hala 2
259 elouardassi adam 2
260 saoulaj fatima ezzahra 2
261 Chouhayd Mohamed 1,5
262 SALHI Youssef 1,5
263 gherouahi othmane 1,5
264 allaoui Mohamed 1
265 daif meryiem 1
266 RAJI Moustapha 1
267 kajaj Houdaifa 1
268 Mouiz Mustapha 0,5
269 Karpatchev Alexander 0,5
270 Majdouline Oubai 0,5
271 ghafai fatima ezzahra 0,5
272 Ouazri Ghassane Said 0
273 Sghir Aymane 0
274 issam farsan 0
275 el khalifi mohamed 0
276 OUAHAIBI HAITAM 0
277 Sahbaoui Imane 0
278 Azzouz Mouad 0
279 Aabadli Med abdessamad 0

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Guseinov wins Sitges Open 2018

Mon, 07/30/2018 - 18:08

The Sitges Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 22-29 July 2018 in Sitges, Spain.
In group A 105 players took part in the tournament.

The winner is GM Gadir Guseinov with 7,5 points out of 9.
Six players have shared the second place with 6,5 points. Best tie-break was for IM Rolando Alarcon Casellas and third is Anuj Shrivatri.

Replay the games here

Final standings

1 Guseinov Gadir
2 Alarcon Casellas Rolando
3 Anuj Shrivatri
4 Munoz Miguel
5 Volkov Sergey
6 Abhishek Das
7 Argandona Riveiro Inigo
8 Aguero Jimenez Luis Lazaro
9 Kumar Gaurav
10 Blasco Coll Andreu
11 Miciano John Marvin
12 Frayna Janelle Mae
13 Grafl Florian Dr.
14 Hernandez Cristian Andres
15 Harikrishnan.A.Ra
16 Deepak Katiyar
17 Glimbrant Torbjorn
18 Fernandez Cardoso Alexey
19 Nitish Belurkar
20 Mitrabha Guha
21 Gonzales Jayson
22 Gorti Akshita
23 Pogorelov Ruslan
24 Saurabh Anand
25 Kulkarni Bhakti
26 Fernandez Diaz Cristian
27 Pulvett Marin Daniel Eduardo
28 Larsson Anders
29 Anustoop Biswas
30 Ruperez Miguel
31 Vatsal Singhania
32 Bhuta Hriday
33 Esplugas Esteve Vicenc
34 Mut Company Guillem
35 Vidarte Morales Arturo
36 Low Kevin
37 Deshpande Aniruddha
38 Solano Cuya Bryan
39 Neelash Saha
40 Renteria Jorge
41 Sapale Saloni
42 Oliva Castaneda Kevel
43 Beltran Rueda Santiago
44 Saldana Caballe Enric
45 Kyrkjebo Erlend
46 Manafov Vugar
47 Dahale Atul
48 Heredia Serrano Carla
49 Juan Bartroli Marc
50 Vigo Allepuz David
51 Ghelani Dhairya
52 Galiano Martinez Antonio
53 Bohigas Santasusagna Lluis
54 Gonzalez Camps Lluis
55 Kadam Om Manish
56 Cespedes Llaverias Llibert
57 Chang Suzana
58 Kvaloy Aksel Bu
59 Supriya Joshi
60 Gonzalez Rodriguez Jorge A.
61 Plasencia Martinez Victor
62 Guix Torres David
63 Riera Montano Ramon
64 Jaeel Atharva
65 Kyrkjebo Marte B.
66 Maugenest Ghislain
67 Montilla Carrillo Esteban
68 Anadkat Kartavya
69 Niklesh Kumar Jain
70 Kyrkjebo Hanna B.
71 Marches Rios Joan Manuel
72 Avila Jimenez Xavier
73 Manguez Tomas Andres
74 Torrents Busquet Marti
75 Bernat Ernest
76 Gutierrez Palomino Albert
77 Mattsson Michael
78 Lluverol Torrents Salvador
79 Prats Rodriguez Juan Bosco
80 Kavisha S Shah
81 Martin Pastor Ivan
82 Borrellas Comellas Josep
83 Creus Sola Andreu
84 Diaz Comas Jordi
85 Guasch Figuerola Agusti
86 Lopez Baena David
87 Jijo Joy
88 Pera Lucas Eugeni
89 Fernandez Lozano Francesc
90 Serrat Claver David
91 Aardenburg Piet
92 Fabregas Fontanet Antonio
93 Tardio Fran Emilio
94 Boixader Herrero Didac
95 Tateo Ida
96 Soares Erikson Roberto Mauricio
97 Pratyusha Bodda
98 Varshini V
99 Purushothaman Thirumalai
100 Moreno Martin-Viveros Alvaro
101 Busquets Luis
102 Barath Kalyan M
103 Manish Anto Cristiano F
104 Flores Mendoza Jose Antonio
105 Thaga Sheriff M

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Stanec wins Austrian Championship 2018

Mon, 07/30/2018 - 17:55

Austrian Championship was held from 22 to 29 July in Vienna.
It was 9 round Swiss system and 95 players took part.

The winner is GM Nikolaus Stanec with 8 points.
Second is GM Valentin Dragnev with 7 points and third is Florian Schwabeneder with 6,5 points and best tie-break.

WIM Veronika Exler was the best woman with 5,5 points.

Final standings

1 Stanec Nikolaus 8
2 Dragnev Valentin 7
3 Schwabeneder Florian 6,5
4 Schnider Gert 6,5
5 Blohberger Felix 6,5
6 Diermair Andreas 6,5
7 Huber Martin Christian 6,5
8 Schreiner Peter 6,5
9 Morgunov Marc 6,5
10 Sadilek Peter 6,5
11 Halvax Georg 6
12 Morgunov Daniel 6
13 Wallner Joachim 6
14 Steiner Adam DI 6
15 Neubauer Martin Mag. 6
16 Fröwis Georg 5,5
17 Schroll Gerhard Dr. MMag. 5,5
18 Exler Veronika 5,5
19 Neumeier Klaus Mag. 5,5
20 Kummer Helmut 5,5
21 Frank Emanuel 5,5
22 Mostbauer Florian 5,5
23 Sandhöfner Florian 5,5
24 Menezes Christoph 5,5
25 Hiermann Dietmar 5,5
26 Vitouch Anatol 5,5
27 Polterauer Chiara 5,5
28 Balinov Ilia 5
29 Ly Dominik 5
30 Newrkla Katharina 5
31 Pacher Simon 5
32 Windhager Hannes 5
33 Hapala Elisabeth 5
34 Schloffer Jasmin-Denise 5
35 Zimmermann Heinz 5
36 Zojer Stefan DI 5
37 Jedinger Andreas Mag. 5
38 Fauland Alexander 4,5
39 Ager Josef 4,5
40 Sadilek Maximilian 4,5
41 Khalakhan Jurij 4,5
42 Schnegg Anna-Lena 4,5
43 Hupfer Robert Mag. 4,5
44 Peyrer Konstantin 4,5
45 Gerhold Michael 4,5
46 Tölly Michael 4,5
47 Miazhynski Yuri Dr. 4,5
48 Spiesberger Gerhard 4,5
49 Charaus Florian 4,5
50 Hofegger Jakob 4,5
51 Schmidlechner Alexander 4
52 Goessler Markus 4
53 Bauer Thomas 4
54 Trippold Denise 4
55 Knoll Hermann 4
56 Gelbenegger Patrick 4
57 Fröwis Annika 4
58 Jakits Leopold 4
59 Mayrhuber Nikola 4
60 Ehs Dominik 4
61 Steiner Bruno 4
62 Wagner Leopold Franziskus 4
63 Breneis Lukas 4
64 Kersten Julian 4
65 Gratze Michael 4
66 Holzleithner Johannes 4
67 Thoma Wilhelm Jun. 3,5
68 Atzl Florian 3,5
69 Konecny Sophie 3,5
70 Hatzl Johannes 3,5
71 Gutmann Alois 3,5
72 Riemelmoser Stefan 3,5
73 Kordzadze Nino 3,5
74 Ebner Johann Mag. 3,5
75 Oberhuber Alexander 3,5
76 Zanon Magnus 3
77 Pernerstorfer Johannes 3
78 Berger Tobias 3
79 Wu Min 3
80 Busuioc Alexandra 3
81 Horvath Reka 3
82 Feit Florian 2,5
83 Niedersberger Andreas 2,5
84 Iro Christian 2,5
85 Opietnik Christoph 2,5
86 Mira Helene 2,5
87 Tschida Verena 2,5
88 Högl Emanuel 2
89 Prüll Lukas 2
90 Brück Michael 1,5
91 Hohendanner Sonja Mag. 1,5
92 Tauber Andreas 1
93 Kuntner Reinhard 1
94 Schmidrathner Christian 0,5
95 Teuschler Barbara 0,5

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Admiraal wins Andora Open 2018

Mon, 07/30/2018 - 17:43

The Andorra Open, a traditional tournament in the heart of the Pyrenees, is celebrating its 36th edition from 21-29 July 2018. The 9-round Swiss tournament boosts a prize fund of 10,000 euros, with 2,100 for the winner. 139 players took part in the tournament.

Dutch IM Miguoel Admiraal has been the champion of this 36th edition of the International Chess Open of Andorra after winning in the last round against Slovakian GM Christopher Repka, ending with 7½ . Before the last round, he had already secured his GM norm too.

In the last round the game on the first board between Fedorchuk and Lagarde has finished a draw.
The second place was shared between four players. Best tie-break went to Lagarde ,followed by Postny (ISR), Del Rio and Demuth .

Replay the games here

Final standings

1 ADMIRAAL Miguoel 7,5
2 LAGARDE Maxime 7
3 POSTNY Evgeny 7
4 DEL RIO DE ANGELIS Salvador G. 7
5 DEMUTH Adrien 7
6 FEDORCHUK Sergey A. 6,5
7 ARIZMENDI MARTINEZ Julen Luis 6,5
8 KUNIN Vitaly 6,5
9 FLUVIA POYATOS Jordi 6,5
10 RUIZ CASTILLO Joshua Daniel 6,5
11 NAYHEBAVER Martin 6,5
12 PENA GOMEZ Manuel 6,5
13 SMITH Axel 6,5
14 REPKA Christopher 6
15 JEREZ PEREZ Alfonso 6
16 LOISEAU Quentin 6
17 LLANEZA VEGA Patricia 6
18 MORROS FAURA Ricard 6
19 SERRA PAGES Jordi 6
20 ZALKIND Konstantin 6
21 FERRANTE Marco 6
22 ALOMA VIDAL Robert 5,5
23 RUPEREZ BENITO Antonio 5,5
24 BESHUKOV Sergei 5,5
25 VIDAL Llewellyn 5,5
26 MARTINEZ LOPEZ Ivan 5,5
27 BARBERO SENDIC Alejandro 5,5
28 SHEN Christopher 5,5
29 BERKOVICH Mark A 5,5
30 GARCIA PAOLICCHI Raul 5,5
31 TLEPTSOK Ruslan 5,5
32 BLOM Vincent 5,5
33 CUADRAS AVELLANA Jordi 5,5
34 SAADA Julien 5,5
35 ALBOREDO Julia 5,5
36 GOMEZ ANADON Daniel 5,5
37 TERAO Juliana Sayumi 5,5
38 MARTINEZ Ayelen 5,5
39 BENET CATALA Anton 5,5
40 GUENNOUN Anthony 5,5
41 NARCISO DUBLAN Marc 5
42 SHABALOV Alexander 5
43 FERNANDEZ DE BOBADILLA Gabriel 5
44 PALACIOS HERRERO Pablo 5
45 DE SEROUX Camille 5
46 SOLE PIJUAN Ferran 5
47 ORTEU CAPDEVILA Max 5
48 LALIENA SOLANES Luis 5
49 ROMERO PALLARES Daniel 5
50 PHAM GUERRERO Sergi 5
51 EL MCHAOURI MAS Younes 5
52 VAN VEENENDAAL Elmer 5
53 BIANCHI Andrea 5
54 BAQUEDANO COARASA Pablo 5
55 LIBRELATO Kathie Goulart 4,5
56 PICART Laurent 4,5
57 DUBOIS Pierre 4,5
58 GOMEZ BARRERA Javiera Belen 4,5
59 ROTHEBARTH Ana Vitoria De Paula 4,5
60 PARTAC Elena 4,5
61 ALCON LLOSADA Alex 4,5
62 PAULAUSKAS Andrius 4,5
63 BONO MONREAL Alberto 4,5
64 MEDEIROS Thauane Ferreira 4,5
65 TORRENT MINGUET Joan 4,5
66 WESSLEN Ulf 4,5
67 BESHUKOVA Alina 4,5
68 BESHUKOVA Ekaterina 4,5
69 ALCON LLOSADA Jaume 4,5
70 HAN Xuqian Ben 4,5
71 BENMESBAH Natacha 4
72 CASTELLANOS BOGALO Antonio 4
73 GUYADER Thierry 4
74 REPRESA PEREZ Mireya 4
75 ELGUEZABAL SELIOUTIN Dario 4
76 GUERRA REIG Juan 4
77 BESHUKOV Aslan 4
78 VILJANEN Jouko 4
79 URENA CASACUBERTA Lluis 4
80 DUBOIS Marie 4
81 BURKE Kevin A. 4
82 DIAZ MUNOZ Sergi 4
83 RUANE Ciaran 4
84 FERRE FORNOS J. Enric 4
85 SNEZKO Marius 4
86 BREHIER William 4
87 RIBERA VEGANZONES Serni 4
88 GALLEGO TERRIS Rafael 4
89 DE MENDIZABAL GIJON Raul 4
90 PICATOSTE VERDEJO Sergio 4
91 CUBERO ORTIZ DE LATIERRO Oscar 4
92 PIGNATARO Louis 4
93 BIANCHI Stefano 4
94 SANJUAN SEGURA Ignacio 4
95 AIZPURUA BLANCO Juan Antonio 3,5
96 BOTTAZZI Ulysse 3,5
97 RIBERA VEGANZONES Josep Maria 3,5
98 JUAREZ MANZANO Juan 3,5
99 SOLA LLUCH Miquel 3,5
100 TORMO BAS Gonzalo 3,5
101 GARCIA-BLAZQUEZ PEREZ Manuel 3,5
102 CABARCOS BAULINA Manuel 3,5
103 RIBA REVERT Valenti 3,5
104 NATOLI Domenico 3,5
105 MASSOT RIBE Jesus 3
106 COSTA FRERS Octavi 3
107 GARCIA-ARROBA ROMERO Adrian 3
108 ALESSANDRINI Alfredo 3
109 CESPEDES ALEMANY Pau 3
110 SEVANCHE Lea 3
111 SUBARROCA BLANCH Francesc 3
112 SANCHIS MIR Jose Ricardo 3
113 SAUNIER Jean-Francois 3
114 MARTINEZ GAMIZ Marc 3
115 LARRAMENDY Pierre 3
116 GIRO CASTELLET Esteve 3
117 MOSCOSO RODRIGUEZ Joan 3
118 DE LA RIVA REAL Ariadna 3
119 BRIANCHON Jean-Charles 3
120 ERCOLI Jean-Paul 3
121 HERRERO GRACIA Lucas 2,5
122 DE MENDIZABAL GIJON Pablo 2,5
123 TREPAT HERRANZ Joan 2
124 COTS VALLS Jordi 2
125 MARTINEZ ARBONES Victor 2
126 ERCOLI Andria 2
127 PLAJA JANOHER Joan 1,5
128 FERRANTE Filippo 1,5
129 MONFORTE SOPESEN Carlos 1,5
130 SORINI Gilbert 1
131 DE LA RIVA REAL Jana 1
132 CATALA MORALES Joaquim 1
133 GENIS TRAVERIA Ferran 0,5
134 NEELASH Saha 0
135 KRISHNATER Kushager 0
136 ISHA Sharma 0
137 ANUSTOOP Biswas 0
138 CARULLA PONS Carlos 0
139 CHIDI Lovinia Sylvia 0

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Hammer wins Xtracon Chess Open 2018

Mon, 07/30/2018 - 17:20

The Xtracon Open is a huge 10-round tournament taking place in Elsinore, Denmark which was held from 21-29 July 2018. It was previously known as the Politiken Cup before acquiring its new Danish IT company sponsor.

397 players took part in the tournament!
Xtracon Chess Open has ended with lots of fighting chess and drama. Five men were leading before the last round.
In the end the Norwegian grandmaster Jon Ludvig Hammer won the Xtracon Chess Open 2018 with 8½ points out of 10. He had a better tie-break than Dmitry Andreikin, who is second also with 8,5 points.
Six players shared the third place with 8 points and GM Rasmus Svane was with the best tie-break.

There were 2 rating prizes in each of the rating categories where the winners were:

2301-2400: Prantik Roy, India – 7
2201-2300: Edward Song, USA – 7
2101-2200: Jens Evang Ingebretsen, Norway – 7
2001-2100: Morten Frank Jensen, Denmark – 6½
1901-2000: Afras Mansoor, Norway – 6
1801-1900: Johan Pettersen, Norway – 6
1701-1800: Mathias Lind Schouten, Norway – 5½
1501-1700: Andreas Weber, Germany – 5
.. -1500: Sverre Lye, Norway – 4½

Replay the games here

Final standings

1 Hammer Jon Ludvig 8,5
2 Andreikin Dmitry 8,5
3 Svane Rasmus 8
4 Grandelius Nils 8
5 Bosiocic Marin 8
6 Rasmussen Allan Stig 8
7 Hansen Sune Berg 8
8 Jobava Baadur 8
9 Agdestein Simen 7,5
10 Keymer Vincent 7,5
11 Saric Ivan 7,5
12 Vitiugov Nikita 7,5
13 Andersen Mads 7,5
14 Salomon Johan 7,5
15 Shirov Alexei 7,5
16 Notkevich Benjamin Arvola 7,5
17 Tari Aryan 7,5
18 Roy Prantik 7
19 Korley Kassa 7
20 Maze Sebastien 7
21 Delorme Axel 7
22 Holm Kristian Stuvik 7
23 Hjartarson Johann 7
24 Lin Chen 7
25 Chatalbashev Boris 7
26 Moradiabadi Elshan 7
27 Venkataraman Karthik 7
28 Johansson Linus 7
29 Ingebretsen Jens E 7
30 Thybo Jesper Sondergaard 7
31 Grigorov Grigor 7
32 Jepson Christian 7
33 Ni Shiqun 7
34 Song Edward 7
35 Bjerre Jonas Buhl 7
36 Goff Ronan Le 7
37 Akesson Ralf 7
38 Carlstedt Jonathan 7
39 Timman Jan H 7
40 Pantzar Milton 7
41 Berg Olaf 7
42 Bekker-Jensen Simon 6,5
43 Mu Ke 6,5
44 Nakar Eylon 6,5
45 Hector Jonny 6,5
46 Urkedal Frode Olav Olsen 6,5
47 Foisor Sabina-Francesca 6,5
48 Aabling-Thomsen Jakob 6,5
49 Hilby Craig 6,5
50 Aagaard Jacob 6,5
51 Hagen Andreas Skytte 6,5
52 Antonsen Mikkel 6,5
53 Vestby-Ellingsen Mads 6,5
54 Sawatzki Frank 6,5
55 Raghunandan Kaumandur Srihari 6,5
56 Buchenau Frank 6,5
57 Nielsen Andre 6,5
58 Chittka Julius 6,5
59 Svane Frederik 6,5
60 Mikalsen Erlend 6,5
61 Bekker-Jensen David 6,5
62 Matthiesen Martin 6,5
63 Liu Manli 6,5
64 Bach Matthias 6,5
65 O`Gorman Tom 6,5
66 Haugli Petter 6,5
67 Ivarsson Torbjorn 6,5
68 Jensen Morten Frank 6,5
69 Nielsen Thomas Bach 6,5
70 Ochsner Bjorn Moller 6
71 Salles Louis 6
72 Laubsch Bernd 6
73 Taylor Adam C 6
74 Jacobsen Mikkel Manosri 6
75 Tryggestad Andreas Garberg 6
76 Hinrichs Lars 6
77 Hoi Carsten 6
78 Debarshi Mukherjee 6
79 Lammers Markus 6
80 Ongut Tamas Gunes 6
81 Koellner Ruben Gideon 6
82 Haubro Martin 6
83 Heimisson Hilmir Freyr 6
84 Percivaldi Martin 6
85 Kizatbay Abyl 6
86 Rydstrom Tom 6
87 Skousen Nikolai 6
88 Hobber Anders 6
89 Roseneck Jonas 6
90 Storme Isak 6
91 Andersen Morten 6
92 Lindgren Philip 6
93 Baum Bernd 6
94 Johannsson Orn Leo 6
95 Pettersen Johan 6
96 Rewitz Poul 6
97 Jorgensen Brian 6
98 Nielsen Viktor Haarmark 6
99 Schmidt Kristen 6
100 Thogersen Rasmus 6
101 Jaksland Tim 6
102 Mansoor Afras 6
103 Petersen Steen 6
104 Lahlum Hans Olav 6
105 Kistrup Nicolai 6
106 Mejvik Jacob 6
107 Ingvason Johann 6
108 Dishman Stephen 6
109 Hoeffer David 6
110 Hill Alistair 6
111 Schultz-Pedersen Jesper 6
112 Khlopushin Dmitriy 6
113 Berg Klaus 6
114 Lund Gunnar 5,5
115 Tiarks Jann-Christian 5,5
116 Weber Samuel 5,5
117 Crevatin Leo 5,5
118 Nilsson Patrik 1978 5,5
119 Hartung-Nielsen Jens 5,5
120 Colbow Collin 5,5
121 Grove Peter 5,5
122 Petersen Peter Birk 5,5
123 Petersson Baldur Teodor 5,5
124 Kunz Andre 5,5
125 Thybo Thomas Sondergaard 5,5
126 Schwarz Frank 5,5
127 Munshi Aditya 5,5
128 Niese Holger 5,5
129 Skjoldager Mikael 5,5
130 Gonzalez Francisco Silva 5,5
131 Sorensen Hampus 5,5
132 Nilssen Ellen Fredericia 5,5
133 Acikel Mert 5,5
134 Koellner Christof 5,5
135 Skaarup Kasper 5,5
136 Myrheim Hakon Abeland 5,5
137 Hansen Svein E 5,5
138 Smeby Ole 5,5
139 Jorgensen Dennis 5,5
140 Solberg Joachim 5,5
141 Ramsdal Jens Albert 5,5
142 Alquist Erik 5,5
143 Jensen Thore Nyboe 5,5
144 Schouten Mathias Lind 5,5
145 Jensen Michael Agermose 5,5
146 Kizatbay Alseit 5,5
147 Gottstein Claudius-Thomas 5,5
148 Glibstrup Jakob 5,5
149 Dishman Matthew 5,5
150 Christiansen Jens Jorgen 5,5
151 Rossen Claus 5,5
152 Larsen Ulrik 5,5
153 Schmied Andreas 5,5
154 Greeuw Sietske 5,5
155 Schwerteck Michael 5,5
156 Mai Aron Thor 5,5
157 Christensen Thomas 5,5
158 Rosell Sven 5,5
159 Jensen Tobias Ilsoe 5,5
160 Rasmussen Lars Garne 5,5
161 Quinn David 5,5
162 Besq Alexander Le 5,5
163 Stage-Steffensen Sander 5,5
164 Thannheiser Thomas 5,5
165 Pavlov Mikhail 5,5
166 Jessen Alexander 5,5
167 Schrodt Sebastian 5,5
168 Andersson Lars 5,5
169 Christensen Jacob Foged 5,5
170 Fjallheim Leif Reinert 5,5
171 Andersen Daniel 5,5
172 Laustsen Lars 5
173 Thuesen Mogens 5
174 Vesterli Michael E. 5
175 Christiansen Arne 5
176 Poulsen Iver 5
177 Arndt Uwe 5
178 Dauth Benjamin 5
179 Hakansson Stefan 5
180 Kleimark Anders 5
181 Klings Peter 5
182 Nielsen Klaus 5
183 Rasmussen Jonas H 5
184 Jacobsen Heidrikur T. 5
185 Pakmor Claus 5
186 Gula Julian 5
187 Roder Peter Ulrik 5
188 Mai Alexander Oliver 5
189 Shehzad Shazil 5
190 Askerov Imamali 5
191 Rygg Andreas Gangstad 5
192 Leutwyler Martin 5
193 Woltery Nicolai 5
194 Rolstad Morten 5
195 Ponomarev Denis 5
196 Nielsen Jorgen Lovgren 5
197 Stray Gunnar 5
198 Liabotro Ola 5
199 Satre Roger 5
200 Linderod Lars Erik 5
201 Dahl Max 5
202 Molvig Henrik 5
203 Moe Mogens 5
204 Stern Geoffrey 5
205 Mehringer Joerg 5
206 Pallesen Jacob 5
207 Mortensen Rogvi 5
208 Preuss Flemming 5
209 Henningsen Lasse 5
210 Schmitt Carsten 5
211 Salerno Christian 5
212 Degerfeldt Sven 5
213 Rasmussen Morten Fredsgaard 5
214 Larsen Preben R. 5
215 Undheim Bjarne 5
216 Weber Andreas 5
217 Stam Bart 5
218 Andersen Dag 5
219 Hansen Verner 5
220 Sandberg Martin 5
221 Slettebo Jan 5
222 Meyer Juergen 5
223 Nielsen Palle 5
224 Oland Arne 5
225 Bengtsson Jessica 4,5
226 Johansen Oivind 4,5
227 Kittilsen Sigurd 4,5
228 Matras Ove 4,5
229 Damm-Frydenberg Anders 4,5
230 Hafstad Leif 4,5
231 Svendsen Mads O. 4,5
232 Green Per 4,5
233 Voll Oddvar U 4,5
234 Saravana Vedant Kumar 4,5
235 Hyldkrog Lars 4,5
236 Koellner Felicitas Ophelia 4,5
237 Berg Margar M. 4,5
238 Hansen Simon L. 4,5
239 Tenold Andreas 4,5
240 Agustsson Hafsteinn 4,5
241 Kreken Eivind Grunt 4,5
242 Nesse David 4,5
243 Nordin Eric 4,5
244 O`Gorman Alice 4,5
245 Rasmussen Ken L. 4,5
246 Bering Anders 4,5
247 Christensen Tommy 4,5
248 Lunde Sigmund 4,5
249 Bernstein Jonas August 4,5
250 Pedersen Lars Wisler 4,5
251 Lye Sverre 4,5
252 Jorgensen Alexander Torp 4,5
253 Hjornevik Oyvind 4,5
254 Hjornevik Knut J 4,5
255 Aase Olav Idar 4,5
256 Ji Jiahao Eric 4,5
257 Moller Arne Vang 4,5
258 Brink Nienke van den 4,5
259 Falkesgaard Jeppe Hald 4,5
260 Skaale Janus 4,5
261 Skjoldager Flemming 4,5
262 Unneland Mathias 4,5
263 Burchard Ingar B 4,5
264 Christensen Verner 4,5
265 Densing Gerd 4,5
266 Nielsen Jorgen Kamp 4,5
267 Rasmussen Henrik Egede 4,5
268 Koellner Aaron Noah 4,5
269 Ufnarovski Victor 4,5
270 Nord Alexander 4,5
271 Henriksen Morgan 4,5
272 Shehzad Alisha 4,5
273 Skovgaard Ib 4,5
274 Andreasen Jon S. 4,5
275 Justinussen Sigurd B. 4
276 Bebchuk Leonid 4
277 Manz Andreas 4
278 Hansen Tommy 4
279 Haraldsson Leif 4
280 Langvik Ulrikke 4
281 Amin Idris 4
282 Leonhardsen Vebjorn Maanum 4
283 Jarlnaes Erik 4
284 Narheim Mats 4
285 Nielsen Morten Majlund 4
286 Finnsson Eli W. 4
287 Kallenbach Olav 4
288 Larsen Jo Ingebrigt 4
289 Sjol Henrik 4
290 Kopperberg Steen 4
291 Tulliez Andre 4
292 Christiansen Torsten Sundgaar 4
293 Haugaard Thomas 4
294 Sorokin Artem 4
295 Larsen Hans Haagen 4
296 Ramkilde Mikael 4
297 Strachan Christian C. 4
298 Nielsen Henrik Wendelbo 4
299 Rasmussen Morten 4
300 Christensen Benny 4
301 Yilmaz Kazim 4
302 Lindgaard Tobias Simon 4
303 Jensen Torben W. 4
304 Stage-Steffensen Theo 4
305 Frisk Hans 4
306 Larsen Arne Walther 4
307 Tummasarson Flovin M. 4
308 Norevall Ulf 4
309 Petersen Jan 4
310 Tolba Henri 4
311 Syndergaard Stig 4
312 Tarakanov Vladislav 4
313 Damm Henrik 4
314 Gade Jens 4
315 Wahlgreen Noah 4
316 Horslund Mikael 4
317 Kristian Pade Frederiksen 3,5
318 Jonsson Olafur Gisli 3,5
319 Poulsen Knud 3,5
320 Wiberg Jonas 3,5
321 Alfven Jorgen 3,5
322 Halberg Jesper 3,5
323 Overmark Ole 3,5
324 Sorensen Bernhard W. 3,5
325 Kristensen Thomas Overgaard 3,5
326 Nielsen Carsten Juul 3,5
327 Bratteteig Tore-Inge 3,5
328 Knudsen Jan 3,5
329 Mielow Bjarne 3,5
330 Kristiansen Elias V. 3,5
331 Gottschalck Christian 3,5
332 Nielsen Peter 3,5
333 Gaure Sigurd Lauvas 3,5
334 Keymer Cecilia 3,5
335 Stromhaug Kristoffer Wang 3,5
336 Warston Hakan 3,5
337 Rasmussen Henning 3,5
338 Stage Mathias Juul 3,5
339 Kharraziha Hamid 3,5
340 Madsen Dennis 3,5
341 Svane Freja 3,5
342 Starup Leo 3,5
343 Stochkel Casper 3,5
344 Jensen Hans Askov 3,5
345 Larsen Jens Evald 3,5
346 Skjoldager Per 3
347 Fransson Angelina 3
348 Emborg Jens 3
349 Loveid Erik 3
350 Jorgensen Orla Eilegaard 3
351 Madison Sigurd 3
352 Joensen Sigurd 3
353 Sundin Sven-Ingvar 3
354 Larsen Mette Dalsgaard 3
355 Nielsen Kai Gylling 3
356 Fjallheim Benjamin Reinert 3
357 Jensen Jonbert M. S. 3
358 Rasmussen Ole 3
359 Gabrielsen Rasmus Arvola 3
360 O`gorman Brian 3
361 Tonnesen Jan Ryder 3
362 Naesborg Jens-Ole 3
363 Bremer Erik 3
364 Olsen Lars Peter Levin 3
365 Mansoor Areeb 3
366 Ji Jiabao Eivind 3
367 Hina Ariza 2,5
368 Fjallheim Elmar Reinert 2,5
369 Nielsen Leo Kresten Roland 2,5
370 Lalla Karol 2,5
371 Jacobsen Per 2,5
372 Sandbech Ted Henrik 2,5
373 Schouten Ken Ronny 2,5
374 O`gorman Pipa 2,5
375 Hviid Hans Henrik 2,5
376 Eriksson Jorgen 2
377 Knudsen Martin Mosgaard 2
378 Stuhr Finn 2
379 Harders Poul Erik 2
380 Persson Lars 1958 2
381 Johansen Paul Ivar 2
382 Hinrichs Kurt 2
383 Schnell Andrea 2
384 Thybo Jan 2
385 Morling Aase 2
386 Nielsen Bjorn 2
387 Maharjan Radha Krishna 1,5
388 1941 Bo HT Eriksson 1,5
389 Jensen Johannes Frank 1
390 Schjolin John 0,5
391 Sadhwani Raunak 0
392 Harshit Raja 0
393 Sidhant Mohapatra 0
394 V Raghav,Srivathsav 0
395 Nesheim Mathias 0
396 Wibe Per H. 0
397 Gabrielsen Oliver 0

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