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Ian Nepomniachtchi GRENKELEASING Rapid World Championship
GM Ian Nepomniachtchi – ORDIX-Opensieger 2008
31.7.-2. August 2009, 18:30 Uhr, Rheingoldhalle Mainz

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Young players, great fun
In the 2. Mini-Ordix Open young talents – not older than 14 – had a chance to play like the professionals.

29.07.2008 - 104 young players took part in the Rapid Chess Open in the Rheingoldhalle in Mainz. In a way this tournament is a rehearsal for the Ordix Open, which will start on Saturday and in which more than 700 players will play. However, on Tuesday the kids fought under the same conditions as the top players. The tournament leaders played on stage and in the limelight – at the very same place where Vishy Anand, the World’s best player will move his pieces later in the week. The top games of the Mini-Open were transmitted to the big screens and the various monitors in the foyer of the Rheingoldhalle. But not only that: parents, who did not come to Mainz, could follow the deeds by their offspring live on the internet.

Grandmaster Klaus Bischoff offered something special: He used his vast knowledge and expertise to answer all questions the parents had. How to train, which chess literature to buy, how much chess is good for my child – the grandmaster always had an answer.

GM Klaus Bischoff

But before the tournament began the young players queued at the table where World Champion Viswanathan Anand, Alexandra Kosteniuk, and the three other participants of the 2. FiNet Chess960 Female World Championship, Kateryna Lahno, Natalia Zhukova and Victorija Cmilyte signed posters, t-shirts and baseball caps.

Last year the signing session already was a great attraction - not just for the minis!

IFinally, after seven hard fought rounds the tournament was won by Dennis Wagner, 2007 German champion U-10. Incidentally, last year Anna Endress was one of the top finishers – now she is on the Olympic squad and will be part of the girls’ team in Dresden. Obviously playing in Mainz pays off.

Winner of Mini-Ordix Open 2008 - Dennis Wagner (GER)

At the winner’s ceremony every participant received a certificate and the best players received a cup. Moreover, everybody was happy to get a glimpse of the special atmosphere of the Chess Classic. And most important: In Mainz there were only winners.

Tomorrow, the kids will have another opportunity to test their chess skills. The summer holidays allow them to take part in the 2. Mini-FiNet Open on Wednesday. Here, Chess960 will be played – the chess variant, in which the pieces are randomly placed on the back rank at the beginning of every game. It’s possible to register to register just before the tournament.

All results of the 2. Mini-Ordix Open

All recorded games of the 2. Mini-Ordix Open (PGN)

Harry Schaack (Translation by Johannes Fischer)

Published by Mike Rosa

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