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3. Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship
Shredder, Rybka, Jonny, Spike







     









  






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3. Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship
15-17 August 2007

Rapid Chess
20min / game + 5s / move

Course of events
Mi., 08/15: First set of rounds - 3 rounds
Do., 08/16: Second set of rounds - 3 rounds
Fr., 08/17: Big and small final - 4 matches + poss. Tie-break (5min /game + 5s / move)

Start time of rounds
Each: 11:00 h, 12:30 h, 14:00 h
Finale additionally: 15:30 h, Tie-break: 17:00 h

Participants:
Deep Shredder 10 UCI
Chess960-Computer World Champion 2006
Chess960-Computer World Champion Reykjavik 2005

Rybka 2.3 2s3 960 mp
World Computer Champion Amsterdam 2007
IPCCC 2006-winner
#1 of SSDF-World ranking

Jonny Mainz 2007

Spike 1.3 MP
Chess960-Computer World Champion 2005

Chess960 positions used

RoundPositionDice rolled by a1b1c1d1e1f1g1h1
First round
1946Hans-Walter SchmittBRKRNBNQ
2703IGM Artur JussupowRQKNNRBB
3934IGM Klaus BischoffRKBRNBQN
Second round
4640IGM Vlastimil HortBBRNKRQN
5412IGM Gata KamskyRBQNNKBR
6529IGM Alexander GrischukBRNBKQNR
Final
7423WGM Viktorija CmilyteRNBQNKRB
8680WGM Levon AronianQBRKBNNR
9740GM Zhu ChenRBBKNNQR
10921GM Parimarjan NegiRKRBBQNN

Result:
Rybka is the new Computer-World Champion in Rapid Chess960. Deep Shredder finished second in front of Spike and Jonny.
Detailed results
Games (.pgn)


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