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Levon Aronian Chess960 Rapid World Championship
WM Levon Aronian – Chess960-Weltmeister
28.-30. Juli 2009, 18:30 Uhr, Rheingoldhalle Mainz

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Constantin Göbel unbeaten Mini-Ordix Open winner
108 young talents had a lot fun

14.08.2007 - The winner of the first Mini Ordix Open is Constantin Göbel. He scored 5,5 points after six rounds. Ramil Babayev also score 5,5 points, but Göbel, from chessclub SC Ladja Rossdorf, had a slightly better Buchholz score. Best girls was local hero Anna Endress from Schott Mainz, she scored five points. Alexander Yusupov (yes, the son), Janek Elkman, ELO-favourite Joshua Hager, Slavik Sarchisov and Daniel Weber scored 5 points as well. The winners in the various categories received a nice trophy, but all players got a souvenir: the received a nice certificate. And Ordix already promised that they will sponsor the youth tournament again next year!

108 young players played the first Mini Ordix Open in the Rheingoldhalle. The hall was packed with nervous children, but their parents and trainers were even more excited. Many children played their first tournament and for most of them it was a very impressive experience. The playing conditions were the same as in the “big” Ordix Open. The top games were broadcast live on the internet. Lots of photographers and journalist circled around the boards. But not all talents were willing to give interviews. A journalist from a local newspaper was baffled when an 11-year old boy said: “No, I don´t like to give an interview now, I have to prepare for the next round….” 7-year-old Arshak Ovsepyan was accompanied by his father: “It is a very nice tournament and I already won two games”, proud Arshak smiled. “I even managed to win against a 13-year old boy!” 9-year old Gabriela Vukosic played her third chess tournament. Her ambitious mother was not very satisfied with her play: “At home she plays much better, I think it is a matter of stage fright. But we will come back tomorrow to play the Chess960 Open as well.” Eckard Schulz, president of the chessclub Dietzenbach, came with three prodigies to Mainz. He was excited about the event:” It was a great experience for the children. They do not often have the opportunity to play such a tournament in this setting. Very nice! They did not score very well, but there are many strong children in this Mini-Ordix. And I personally had a nice conversation with Artur Yusupov. Since I do often train children in my club, I asked him some advice about books and other material. He was very nice and his recommendations are very useful to me. Next year we will be back with a some more players from the club.”

Eric van Reem

Published by Eric van Reem

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