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Vlastimil Hort Clerical Medical Chess960 World Championship
Glückwunsch an Senioren-Weltmeister Vlastimil Hort & Herausforderer Lajos Portisch

Chess Classic

Rapid World Championship
V. Anand vs T. Radjabov
Clerical Medical Chess960
World Championship
P. Svidler vs L. Aronian
Clerical Medical Chess960
World Championships
Women:A. Kosteniuk vs E. Pähtz
Seniors:V. Hort vs L. Portisch
Juniors:A. Naiditsch vs P. Harikrishna
5. FiNet Chess960 Open
Chess960 rapid chess
13. ORDIX Open
Traditional rapid chess
Standard simul V. Anand
Chess960 simul L. Aronian
2. Livingston Chess960
Computer WCC
21 programs with their authors
Duel Man vs Machine
Clubs & Accessoires
Gourmet Club
Kinder Club
General Information
Tournament plan 1
Tournament plan 2
Course of events
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Chess Classic Mainz 2006 (CCM6)
13. ORDIX Open

All CCM6 standard games

Fixtures and results
Participant list

Rapid chess Open
20min / game + 5s / move

until Sa, 19/08, 11:30 h

11 rounds
Sa, 19/08, rounds 1-5
Su, 20/08, rounds 6-11

Begin of rounds
Sa 12:30 h
Su 10:00 h

Award ceremony
Su 17:30 h

Association of Chess Professionals

Chess Classic
Kasimdzhanov winner of 13th Ordix Open!
Mamedyarov winner of combined FiNet/Ordix competition
21.08.2006 - Rustam Kasimdzhanov, the ex-world champion from Uzbekistan is the winner of the 13th Ordix Open. He scored 9,5 points out of 11 games. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov landed on the 2nd place, but won the combined Chess960 FiNet-Ordix Open. After 11 hard-fought rounds, Natalia Zhukova (Ukraine) won the ladies´competition in the Ordix Open with 8,5 points , Lajos Portisch (Hungary) was the best senior player in the Ordix Open with 8 points. The best player U20 was Csaba Balogh (Hungary). He scored 8 points. more...
Chess Classic
Ordix Open - all records broken!
19.08.2006 - The 13th Ordix Open started today with an incredible number of 632 players. In the top of the list we can see a lot of familiar faces: most of the top-grandmasters played the FiNet Chess960 Open as well. One player however, saved his energy and did not play the Chess960 games: Alexei Shirov, who is obviously following the same strategy as Teimour Radjabov did last year. The Anand-challenger did not play the FiNet Open, but only played the Ordix, which he won. Can Shirov do the same? Is Etienne Bacrot going for the “double” (FiNet & Ordix)? Or can Shakhyriyar Mamedyarov win the strongest rapid chess tournament in the world after his unlucky finish in the FiNet Open? more...

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