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Chess Classic Mainz
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CCM 2007 | CCM 2006
CCM 2005 | CCM 2004
CCM 2003 | CCM 2002
CCM 2001
August 13-19th, 2007 Rheingoldhalle, Mainz
Chess Classic Mainz 2007 (CCM7)
Talent Tournaments U14
1. Mini-Ordix Open + 1. Mini-FiNet Open







     









  






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Chess Classic
Constantin Göbel unbeaten Mini-Ordix Open winner
108 young talents had a lot fun
14.08.2007 - The winner of the first Mini Ordix Open is Constantin Göbel. He scored 5,5 points after six rounds. Ramil Babayev also score 5,5 points, but Göbel, from chessclub SC Ladja Rossdorf, had a slightly better Buchholz score. Best girls was local hero Anna Endress from Schott Mainz, she scored five points. Alexander Yusupov (yes, the son), Janek Elkman, ELO-favourite Joshua Hager, Slavik Sarchisov and Daniel Weber scored 5 points as well. The winners in the various categories received a nice trophy, but all players got a souvenir: the received a nice certificate. And Ordix already promised that they will sponsor the youth tournament again next year! more...
Chess Classic
More than 100 talents play the Mini-Ordix!
14.08.2007 - Lots of nervous children in the Rheingoldhalle today, and even more nervous parents and trainers bustle about because we see a premiere in Mainz: for the first time the Mini-Ordix Open is played. More than 100 young talents Under-14 play in an open group, exactly like the well-known "Big" Ordix Open. Organiser Hans-Walter Schmitt: “The youngsters will get the opportunity to play on a big stage to get the electrifying feeling, what it is like to play in the spotlight. And in the foreseeable future we want to bring out a German World Champion”. The young talents play six rounds today. On Wednesday the first Mini FiNet Open will be played, in which the children play Chess960.

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