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Levon Aronian GRENKELEASING Rapid World Championship
GM Levon Aronian – Nr. 6 der Weltrangliste
31.7.-2. August 2009, 18:30 Uhr, Rheingoldhalle Mainz

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It’s a beautiful day for Mamedyarov
02.08.2009 - Finally he made it! He has tried six times to win one of the Opens in Mainz, but this year the Azeri grandmaster Shakhriyar Mamedyarov won the ORDIX Open with a fantastic score. After 11 incredibly tough rounds he scored a record-breaking 10 points. Never before has a winner scored 10 points in the ORDIX in Mainz. Vugar Gasimov, Vladimir Akopian and Arkadij Naiditsch scored 9,5 points. more...
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ORDIX lunchbreak - Mamedyarov, Nakamura and Naiditsch on top
02.08.2009 - After eight rounds in the ORDIX Open, three players are on top with 7,5 points. Arkadij Naiditsch won against Landa and Ivan Sokolov, drew against Alexander Grischuk. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov started on Sunday with a draw, won a beautiful game against Najer and the last game before the lunchbreak he won against Sargissian. The newly crowned Chess960 champ Hikaru Nakamura won three games on Sunday morning against Andrei Sokolov, Gyimesi and Sasikiran. The Indian grandmaster had a completely winning position against the American, but lost on time. A tragic loss. Three more rounds will be played today. The top games can be followed live here. CCM9 Live-Portal
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Ding Dong! Your wake-up call. Six rounds ORDIX Open!
02.08.2009 - It is not a secret that most chessplayers are notorious longsleepers. Getting up on a Sunday morning to play six rounds in the tough Ordix Open is not a perfect start of the day for everybody. To cheer up the players on this rainy Sunday morning, the Queen song “It’s a Beautiful Day” was played, minutes before the start of the 6th round: “It's a beautiful day- The sun is shining- I feel good - And no one's gonna stop me now, oh yeah”. Naiditsch must have had a good night sleep, because he was the only player with a perfect score on Saturday, who could win his first Sunday game against Landa. Quite remarkable, because the German number 1 had to play the GRENKELEASING rapid world championship in the evening session as well. Naiditsch plays 32 rapid games in three days! Can he keep this murderous pace? You can follow all the live action on the top boards here: CCM9 Live-Portal
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Eight players with a perfect score after first day of 16. ORDIX Open
01.08.2009 - The ORDIX Open is a fixed date in the chess calendar for many rapid chess lovers and this year no less than 694 participants made the yearly pilgrimage to Mainz. After the first five rounds, there are still eight players with a clean sheet: Grischuk, Sargissian, Meier, Mamedyarov, Naiditsch, Navara, Landa and Nielsen. Six more rounds will be played on Sunday. more...
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ORDIX Open started with 694 players
01.08.2009 - On Saturday, the biggest event of the Chess Classic week started, the 16. ORDIX Open with 694 players, among them many elite players. We counted 176 (!) players with an international title and 67 grandmasters! Two ex-world-champions started in the ORDIX today, Rustam Kasimdhzanov and Alexander Khalifman. Vugar Gashimov is the top-seed, but there is a lot of competition for him. Alexander Grischuk will try to become the first player to win the FiNet and ORDIX Open in one year. Hikaru Nakamura, who had a day off on Friday is one of the clear favourites. Has Gata Kamsky recovered after his dreadful loss in the last round of the FiNet? And what about experienced Open sharks like Bacrot, Navara, Bologan and many other top grandmasters? Questions that will be answered in the next two days. We are looking forward to 11 exciting rounds. You can follow the top games live in the CCM9 Live-Portal.

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