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2011 ChessFriends.com Championship: The Résumé

Marek Holeva | January 5, 2012 – 19:15No Comment | 689 views
2011 ChessFriends.com Championship: The Résumé

2011 ChessFriends.com Championship took place at 30th December 2011. 111 chess players tried to win the end-of the year tournament, along with a ChessFriend.com trophy. Nine rounds have been played, utilizing the 5+0 time control. After a thrilling development, a russian player nicknamed Canada25 has become the first winner of the ChessFriends.com trophy. Congratulations!

 

 

Standings:

No. Player Stay Rtg Pts  MBHz   BHz   Pr 
1. Canada25 RUS 2032 42½ 53½ 38½
2. vypo2003 SVK 2028 40½ 50½ 38½
3. Ducu7 ROM - 40½ 50 38½
4. gsamy7 FIN 1816 7 40½ 52 38
5. tanarmaestru93 ROM 1904 7 36½ 43 35½
6. Mtudorache ITA 1665 7 35 44½ 30
7. Marek Mašlonka SVK 1674 44½ 55 38½
8. VictorSM SPA 1865 40½ 51 35½
9. stasis SVK 1789 37½ 48½ 32
10. Teodor Apostolov BGR 1716 36 42½ 35

 

Games of winner of the tournament:

 

Winner’s Showcase:

Winner's Showcase

Winner's showcase

It was a great tournament, so stay tuned, we are preparing something even bigger for January!

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