CZECH OPEN 2012 Print
Monday, 06 August 2012 07:04
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23rd year of international chess, bridge and games festival

12.7. - 29. 7. 2012, Pardubice, CEZ Arena

http://www.czechopen.net

PARDUBICE OPEN – grand master tournament, part of ACP TOUR
Well-earned gold medal goes to Israel in the hands of GM Tamir Nabaty (7.5 points out of 9). In the ninth round played GM Nabaty well strategically decisive game with GM Kravtsiv from Ukraine and insured so great success, his performance was 2763.
About life success in Pardubice scored IM Vitezslav Rasik, who in the final round defeated GM Shanava and to his newly acquired GM norm joined also a great second place overall in the tournament. Bronze medal belongs to GM Chanda Sandipan, who confirmed his start list number.
Great favorite GM Nisipeanu did not use its bargaining position with GM Lalith in the last round. He tied the game and it moved him to fifth place overall.
A great tournament played Czech grandmaster Jan Votava, who kept in check last year's winner GM Kononenko. In the overall standings GM Votava ended on the sixth place. The third best Czech player became IM Vojtech Plat, however he cannot celebrate earning GM norm, because on the last round Polish GM Jaracz did not allow him more than a draw. IM Plat finished fourteenth overall.
With two wins in the last two rounds made his performance better GM Stocek, who ended on the 16th place overall.

Great tournament played also WGM Katerina Nemcova, with 5 points to her credit and performance levels for 2500 gained 40 ELO points and norm of international master. Also very good playing showed Czech WIM Olsarova Tereza, who gained 36 points to her rating and earned WGM norm.
During the OPEN PARDUBICE 18 norms were gained, two of GM – IM Rasik, IM Piorun from Poland. Furthermore, WGM norm (WIM Olsarova), 10 norms of IM and 5 norms of WIM.

Final Standings:

Num.

 Title

Name

FED

RtgFIDE

RtgN

points

 PH 1 

 PH 2 

 PH 3 

 PH 4 

1

GM

Nabaty Tamir

ISR

2582

0

7.5

2490

40.5

51.5

7

2

IM

Rasik Vitezslav

CZE

2491

0

7.0

2487

39.0

49.0

5

3

GM

Sandipan Chanda

IND

2618

0

7.0

2447

39.0

51.0

6

4

GM

Danin Alexandre

RUS

2525

0

7.0

2427

37.0

46.5

5

5

GM

Nisipeanu Liviu-Dieter

ROU

2648

0

6.5

2474

40.5

51.0

4

6

GM

Votava Jan

CZE

2520

0

6.5

2464

38.5

48.5

4

7

GM

Khusnutdinov Rustam

KAZ

2503

0

6.5

2456

41.0

51.0

5

8

GM

Kononenko Dmitry

UKR

2608

0

6.5

2452

40.5

52.0

4

9

GM

Buhmann Rainer

GER

2571

0

6.5

2451

41.5

52.5

4

10

GM

Arutinian David

GEO

2556

0

6.5

2451

39.0

50.0

4

11

IM

Piorun Kacper

POL

2489

0

6.5

2449

40.0

51.0

5

12

GM

Lalith Babu

IND

2529

0

6.5

2446

37.5

48.0

4

13

IM

Gretarsson Hjorvar Steinn

ISL

2507

0

6.5

2432

37.5

46.5

4

14

IM

Plat Vojtech

CZE

2492

0

6.5

2420

35.5

45.5

4

15

GM

Jaracz Pawel

POL

2530

0

6.5

2418

37.5

47.5

4

tamir_nabaty

Winner of grandmaster tournament PARDUBICE OPEN Tamir Nabaty of Israel

CHESSBASE OPEN – open rating tournament
This tournament was very strong and strong foreign competitors came to Pardubice. That proves that the best Czech player Branko Husarik placed up to 11 place. The overall winner was IM Sergey Soloviev of Russia. Joy certainly made him performance of his wife WIM Valentina Solovjovova, who ended in the overall bronze place. 

Final Standings:

Num.

 Title

Name

sex

FED

RtgFIDE

RtgN

points

 PH 1 

 PH 2 

 PH 3 

 PH 4 

1

IM

Solovjov Sergey

RUS

2365

0

7.5

2181

42.0

52.0

6

2

IM

Tolstikh Nikolay

RUS

2318

0

7.0

2185

43.0

54.5

5

3

WIM

Solovjova Valentina

w

RUS

2175

0

7.0

2181

41.0

52.5

6

4

IM

Vydeslaver Alik

ISR

2385

0

7.0

2158

43.0

55.0

5

5

FM

Goriatchkin Jouri

RUS

2293

0

7.0

2126

40.5

52.0

6

6

FM

Radovanovic Jovica

SRB

2341

0

7.0

2103

40.5

52.0

5

7

IM

Klenburg Mikhail

UKR

2370

0

7.0

2083

38.5

48.0

5

8

FM

Gafner Evgeny

RUS

2262

0

7.0

2046

38.0

46.5

6

9

Sirosh Ilja

EST

1889

0

6.5

2200

41.0

51.5

4

10

FM

Vorobyov Yrij

UKR

2254

0

6.5

2138

39.5

51.0

5


ČESKÁ PODNIKATELSKÁ POJIŠŤOVNA OPEN – open rating tournament
Excellent performance experienced teenage talent from Pardubice club SK 2222 Polabiny Jan Machan, when he earned bronze place in the total order. A gold medal take home Genadyi Belousov from Russia.

Final standings:

Num.

Title

Name

Sex

FED

RtgFIDE

RtgN

Points

 PH 1 

 PH 2 

 PH 3 

1

Belousov Gennadiy

RUS

2183

0

7.5

40.0

51.0

6

2

CM

Muhsen Abdulla Mohmmed

IRQ

2174

0

7.5

37.0

48.0

7

3

Machan Jan

CZE

2047

0

7.0

43.0

53.5

6

4

Heyne Lukas

GER

2057

0

7.0

41.0

52.5

6

5

Muter Donny

ENG

2195

0

7.0

39.5

51.0

5

6

Postupa Martin

CZE

1992

0

6.5

41.0

52.0

5

7

Trapeznikova Darya

W

RUS

2050

0

6.5

40.0

51.5

5

8

Novotny Josef

CZE

2100

0

6.5

40.0

51.0

6

9

Trapl Dalibor

CZE

2145

0

6.5

40.0

50.5

6

10

Rogos-Jun. Jan

SVK

2162

0

6.5

39.0

49.5

6



CHLÁDEK A TINTĚRA OPEN –European Amateur Championship with ELO FIDE < 2000
European champion became Russian player Rustem Kurbansky with 7.5 points. Women's champion, the Russian player Anastasia Semenova, in fourth place overall.The best tournament Czech player became Pavel Fencl from the club Joly Lysa nad Labem.

Final standings:

Num.

Name

sex

FED

RtgFIDE

RtgN

points

 PH 1 

 PH 2 

 PH 3 

1

Kurbansky Rustem

RUS

1851

0

7.5

43.0

54.0

6

2

Schoenbeck Stephan

GER

1843

0

7.5

41.0

53.5

6

3

Tereschenko Valerij

RUS

1976

0

7.5

37.0

48.0

7

4

Semenova Anastasia

w

RUS

1811

0

7.0

39.0

49.5

6

5

Kornaukhov Pavel

RUS

1992

0

7.0

37.5

48.0

6

6

Kirste Olaf

GER

1984

0

7.0

36.5

47.0

7

7

Sautkin Sergey

RUS

1964

0

7.0

35.5

44.5

6

8

Fencl Pavel

CZE

1966

0

7.0

35.0

44.5

6

9

Wagner Vojtech

CZE

1734

0

7.0

34.5

43.5

6

10

Zelenka Jaroslav

CZE

1948

0

6.5

41.5

52.5

6


KONTAX OPEN –European Amateur Championship with ELO FIDE < 1800
European champion became a sovereign Alexander Bogdanov (Israel) with 8.5 of 9 possible points. Women's champion, the German player Kristina Lau, in sixth place overall. The best Czech representative in the tournament was Thomas Vrzal from club Tatran Poštorna. 

Final Standings:

Num.

Name

Typ

sex

FED

RtgFIDE

RtgN

points

 PH 1 

 PH 2 

 PH 3 

1

Bogdanov Alexander

ECH

ISR

0

1250

8.5

39.5

50.5

8

2

Kolev Alexey

ECH

BUL

0

1250

7.5

40.0

51.5

7

3

Conway Alexander

ECH

ENG

0

1750

7.5

38.0

48.0

7

4

Vrzal Tomas

ECH

CZE

0

1796

7.0

42.5

55.0

6

5

Zejdlik Patrik

ECH/

CZE

1441

0

7.0

41.5

51.5

6

6

Truksa Vaclav

ECH

CZE

1673

0

7.0

40.5

52.0

6

7

Lau Kristina

ECH

w

GER

0

1250

7.0

40.5

52.0

6

8

Maslanka Piotr

ECH

POL

1728

0

7.0

39.0

50.5

6

9

Blazek Jaroslav

ECH/

CZE

1744

0

7.0

39.0

49.5

7

10

Glock Benjamin

ECH

GER

0

1529

7.0

38.5

49.0

7


All results, photographs, games and information are available online at www.czechopen.net/en.

Kateřina Levínská
CZECH OPEN 2011 press officer
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