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Sergei Movsesian Chess960 Rapid World Championship
GM Sergei Movsesian - FiNet Open 2.Sieger 2008
28.-30. Juli 2009, 18:30 Uhr, Rheingoldhalle Mainz

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8. FiNet Open
World's biggest Chess960 Rapid Chess Tournament



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Going once, going twice, going three times, Grischuk!
31.07.2009 - The man with the cap was the sole leader after 10 nerve-breaking rounds in the 8. FiNet Chess960 Open, but in the final round, Gata Kamsky lost his only game against former world champion Rustam Kazimdzhanov. This loss paved the way for Alexander Grischuk, who won the massive Ordix Open twice, to clinch home his third Mainz Open title. He kept his cool in the last round against German ace Rainer Buhmann and won the 8. Edition of the FiNet Chess960 Open with 9,5 points. more...

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FiNet Lunchbreak – Two leaders after eight rounds
31.07.2009 - After eight rounds in the FiNet Chess960 Open we have two leaders with 7,5 points: Gata Kamsky and Alexander Grishuk. Grishuk won three games before the lunchbreak against Navara, Akopian and Mamedyarov. Kamsky won against Malakhov and Grigoriants but had to be content with a draw against Mamedyarov. In round nine, starting at 14.00 the battle of the titans Kamsky and Grishuk is scheduled. There is only one player with 7 points, Arkadij Naiditsch and a group of seven players with 6,5 points, lying in wait for a mistake on the first boards. So nothing is decided yet in the FiNet Chess960 Open! In the Livingston Chess960 computer tournament, Rybka is leading 1,5-0,5 against Shredder and needs one point to clinch home her third world title in a row. Don’t miss the action in Mainz! Follow the top games in the LIVE portal. CCM9 Live-Portal.
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Gang of Four leading FiNet Chess960 Open with 100% score
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30.07.2009 - On the fourth day of the Chess Classic, the FiNet Chess960 Open started at 12.30 with 263 players. The chance for amateurs to meet a GM on the other side of the board was very good, because no less than 56 Grandmasters came to Mainz to play the Chess960 extravaganza! Incredible: the top 10 has an ELO average of 2717 and the top seeds are Gashimov, Grishuk, Bacrot, Kamsky and Mamedyarov. After five rounds today there is a Gang of Four sharing the lead with a 100% score: more...

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