Chess Classic

Victor Bologan 7.FiNet Open 2008
Sieger 2007: 1.Bologan 2.Kamsky 3.Ivanchuk
CCM7: 280 Teilnehmer / 117 Titelträger / Preisfonds ca. € 40.000,-
31.Juli 2008 / 12:30 Uhr & 1.August 2008 / 10:00 Uhr / 11 Runden

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12. GRENKELEASING
Rapid World Championship
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5. FiNet Chess960
Rapid World Championship
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6. FiNet Open
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14. ORDIX Open
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Registration 14. ORDIX Open
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Games
Talent Tournaments U14
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1. Mini-Ordix Open
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1. Mini-FiNet Open
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3. Livingston Chess960
Computer WCC
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Simul Vassily Ivanchuk
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Chess Classic Mainz
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CCM 2007 | CCM 2006
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CCM 2001
August 13-19th, 2007 Rheingoldhalle, Mainz
Chess Classic Mainz 2007 (CCM7)
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Gourmet-Club for adults, Kinder-Club for the children







     









  






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Chess Classic
Michael Richter presents best Bundesliga-Game
Richter – Hertneck voted Bundesliga Game of the Year
19.08.2007 - The readers of the official website of the German Bundesliga (www.schachbundesliga.de) have voted Michael Richter´s spectacular queen sacrifice against Gerald Hertneck the best game of the season 2006/7. The Bundesliga thanks Hans-Walter Schmitt for the invitation and honour to announce and honour the winner of the vote during the Chess Classic 2007. Michael Richter (SC Kreuzberg) was showing and commenting this game at the end of the lunch break before round nine of the ORDIX Open. more...
Chess Classic
Behind the stage
A View on the Organising Team of the Chess Classic Mainz
18.08.2007 - 762 participants in the Ordix Open, 280 in the FiNet Chess960 Open, a simul, two World Championships, a computer tournament, children tournaments: The Chess Classic Mainz are one of the biggest chess events in the world. While Hans-Walter Schmitt, organizer and driving force behind the event, is most often in the limelight, a lot of people working behind the stage take care that the tournament runs smoothly. Here's a view behind the stage. more...
Chess Classic
Vijay is victory!
Hardworking Vijay Kumar and his Chess Classic films
18.08.2007 - If there is any big tournament in the world with participants from India, in particular national hero Vishy Anand, Indian cameraman and journalist Vijay Kumar will not be far away from the scene. He films everything during the tournament, makes video interviews, writes articles for various newspapers in India, makes a radio show and still finds time to entertain the press room with his hilarious stories about his travels. Vijay joined the exclusive band of handful of producers the world over by producing over 4000 hours of programmes in a span of 27 years. You can find his Chess Classic footage on the ChessDom website. If you want to put a non-mediagenic sport on TV, contact Vijay Kumar.
Chess Classic Mainz videos on ChessDom

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