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David Navara 15.ORDIX Open 2008
Sieger 2007: 1.Navara, 2. Mchedlishvili 3.Sasikiran
CCM7: 762 Teilnehmer / 184 Titelträger / Preisfonds ca. € 40.000,-
2.August 2008 / 12:30 Uhr & 3.August 2008 / 10:00 Uhr / 11 Runden

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3. Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship
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Rybka is Chess960 computer chess champion
Exciting games in Livingston Chess960 computer tournament
17.08.2007 - The new Chess960 computer chess champion is Rybka. The program, developed by Vasik Rajlich debuted in Mainz and won the final against the defending champion Shredder, developed by Stefan Mayer-Kahlen 2,5-0,5. Rybka´s triumphal procession has lead to two world titles this year: Rybka won the “normal” computer chess world championship in Amsterdam a few months ago,in Mainz she (Rybka is female!) added another prestigious title. In the match for the bronze medal, Spike won 2,5-0,5 against Jonny. more...
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Shredder and Rybka qualify for the final
Exciting final expected between top chess programs
16.08.2007 - Defending Chess960 world champion Shredder and computer chess world champion Rybka will play the final of the 3rd Livingston Chess960 Computer Chess Tournament. Both programs scored 4 points. In the two games the programs played against each other the result was a draw, so we can expect an exciting final on Friday. The bronze medal will be at stake in the Spike vs. Jonny encounter. The Chess960 positions, played in the tournament were determined by rolling the Chess960 dice. Today, Vlastimil Hort, Gata Kamsky and Alexander Grishuk were responsible for the interesting starting positions. more...
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Strong performance by Shredder on first day
Livingston Chess960 Computer Chess World Championship-day 1
15.08.2007 - Computer chess world champion Rybka and Chess960 world champion Shredder started their double round-robin tournament with two other programs, Spike and Jonny in the lobby of the newly renovated Rheingoldhalle today. After three rounds on the first day, Shredder seems to be cruising towards the final on Friday. The program, developed by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen, scored 2,5 points today. The biggest surprise was the first round shock-victory of Spike, the first Chess960 Computer Chess World Champion over Rybka. more...
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Fishing for another title - Rybka makes its debut in Mainz
3. Livingston Chess960 Computer Chess World Championship
14.07.2007 - The measure of all things in computer chess at the moment is Vasik Rajlich with his stunning program Rybka. He demonstrated his strength once again during the 15. ICGA Computer Chess World Championship in Amsterdam in June, which he won unbeaten with an almost perfect score: 10/11 games. One of his most persistent rivals, Shredder, had to be satisfied with the fourth place. The current Chess960 world champion will get a chance to get even soon, because the program will meet Rybka again during the 3. Livingston Chess960 Computer Chess World Championship in Mainz on 15.-17. August. Stefan Meyer-Kahlen, the brilliant brain behind Shredder, will certainly try everything to defend his title. Rybka and Shredder will play a double round-robin with two other programs, Spike and Jonny during the Chess Classic Mainz in the lobby of the newly renovated Rheingoldhalle. more...
Chess Classic Mainz 2007
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