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29. Juli 2008 / 11:00 Uhr / 7 Runden

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Chess Classic
Hikaru Nakamura wins FiNet Open
Drama for Arkadij Naiditsch in last round
01.08.2008 - Hikaru Nakamura has won the FiNet Open. The American, who won the ICC qualifier for Mainz in June dominated the field from the word go. With only two rounds left he seemed to be cruising to the title, but in the penultimate round German ace Arkadij Naiditsch won the exciting encounter against the fastest player on earth. When Nakamura only scored a draw in his final round against Vladimir Potkin the audience thought that Naiditsch would win the event, since his opponent Motylev blundered terribly with only a few seconds left on the clock. With a queen up, everybody waited for Motylev to resign. But the German, with 10 seconds left on his clock, blundered as well: he missed a mate in 3! Sergei Movsesian and Alexander Motylev also scored 9 points, but they had the worse Buchholz points.
All results 7. FiNet Chess960 Open
All games (PGN)
All games (CBV)
Chess Classic
Nakamura and Kasimdzhanov with a 100% score
7. FiNet Open with 235 participants / minute of silence for the inventor of Chess960
31.07.2008 - At 12.30 the 7. FiNet Open started on time, with 235 players battling it out for the Chess960 title. In the exquisite field, we find 44 grandmasters and altogether 83 players with an international title. The average rating of the top 10 players is 2687! After the first five rounds on Thursday only Hikaru Nakamura and Rustam Kasimdzhanov still have a 100% score. To honor and to remember the inventor of Chess960, Robert James Fischer, organizer Hans-Walter Schmitt asked players and public to keep a minute of silence before the start of the first round. more...
Intermediate result 7. FiNet Chess960 Open
All games (PGN)
All games (CBV)
Chess Classic
7. FiNet Open started
Top-class field fighting for Chess960 title
31.07.2008 - On Thursday, the 7. FiNet Open started with 235 players. It is not only attractive to win some of the money prizes, but the winner of the FiNet Open also qualifies for the Chess960 World Championship next year. And once again the field is exquisit. Top grandmasters like Zoltan Almasi, Evgeny Bareev, Pavel Eljanov, Sergei Movsesian and the winner of the ICC qualifier, Hikaru Nakamura (see picture) battle it out in 11 rounds on Thursday and Friday. To honor and to remember the inventor of Chess960, Robert James Fischer, organizer Hans-Walter Schmitt asked players and public to keep a minute of silence before the start of the first round.

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