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Tigersprung auf 1800 Tigersprung auf DWZ 1800
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July 28- Aug 3rd, 2008 Rheingoldhalle, Mainz
Chess Classic Mainz 2008 (CCM8)
15. ORDIX Open
World's biggest Rapid Chess Tournament



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  U29 SC Vaterstetten-Jugend
  U27 SC 1979 Hattersheim
  U23 SC Frankfurt-West
  U19 SF Deizisau
  U10 SF Stockstadt
  U10 SC Bad Soden
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  U4 SC Bad Nauheim
  U4 SK 1980 Gernsheim
  U4 Union Ansfelden
  U3 SC Weiterstadt
  U3 SVg 1920 Plettenberg
  U2 SK Bad Homburg
  U2 SC Schalkm.-Hülscheid

  SK 1929 Mainaschaff
  SV 1947 Walldorf
  SC Reutlingen
  SV Landskrone/Althrein
  SK Doppelbauer Kiel
  SG Zürich
  TSV Schott Mainz
  SC Horben
  SF Heimersheim
  SV Nürtingen
  SC Werl 81
  SF 1876 Göppingen
  SF HN-Biberach 1978
  SC Springer Trittenheim
  SF Konz-Karthaus 1921
  SK Cham
  SG Siebengebirge
  SC Eckersweiler
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Chess Classic
Ian Nepomniachtchi wins Ordix Open after dramatic last round
Fighting spirit rewarded
03.08.2008 - Ian Nepomniachtchi is the winner of the 15th Ordix Open. After a perfect start with 8 wins in a row, the only 17-year old Russian could not keep the pace and lost in the penultimate round. But he showed his fighting spirit in the last round against Evgeny Bareev. With the courage of a lion he attacked his opponent and set up several cunning traps. In the end his opponent collapsed and lost on time. Pavel Eljanov and Zoltan Almasi secured 2nd and 3rd place. Best woman was European champion Kateryna Lahno with 9 points. more...
Final standings 15. Ordix Open
All games (PGN)
Chess Classic
Ordix Lunchbreak. Nepo still with 100% score
03.08.2008 - Three rounds have been played on Sunday and Ian Nepomniachtchi (start practising the pronunciation please!) is the only player with a perfect 100% score in the Ordix Open. He has won 8 games in a row! Can the 17-year old Russian grandmaster keep the pace or can the other grandmasters swimming in the Ordix sharktank still stop him? In the next round Pavel Eljanov is his opponent.You can follow all the Ordix action in the live portal!
Chess Classic
Chess meets triathlon on Sunday in Mainz
03.08.2008 - Playing six tough rounds in the strongest rapid chess open tournament in the world is not everybody’s favourite pastime on a peaceful Sunday. And since many chess players don’t like to get up early to play chess at 10.00 AM, you could see many sleepy grandmasters and amateurs playing quick draws in the first round on Sunday to get some extra rest. But if you think getting up early to play a couple of chess games is tough, what about the triathletes who are competing in the City-Triathlon Mainz today? They started their competition at 10.00 AM as well: swimming in the Rhine, cycling and running through the city, passing the Rheingoldhalle which is packed with chess players moving pieces of wood on a chessboard.
Chess Classic
Ordix Open started with 688 participants
Will Nakamura win the double?
02.08.2008 - The Ordix Open is a fixed date in the chess calender for many rapid chess lovers and this year no less than 688 participants made the yearly pilgrimage to Mainz. Playing under one roof with topgrandmasters is very attractive for many amateurs and since 53 GM, 44 IM and 66 FM play the Ordix, there is a fair chance that you meet a topplayer over the board on the first day. The big names in the Ordix are Movsesian, Eljanov, Nakamura, Najer, Naiditsch and Kasimdzhanov. The average rating of the Top 10 is 2685. Will Nakamara be the first player to win the Finet and Ordix Open? You can follow the top games live on our Live Portal!

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