IM Adrien Demuth is champion of Paris Print
Monday, 15 July 2013 19:15
Paris Championship 2013The 88th Championnat d’Echecs de Paris took place on 6th – 14th July at the Stade Louis Lumiere, 30 rue Louis Lumière 75020 PARIS.

The FIDE Open was available for players with an Elo rating over 2200. It was a 9 rounds Swiss open with a time control of 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, plus 30 minutes to finish the game and 30 seconds increments from move 1.

The young IM Adrien Demuth took a clear first place with 7 points and claimed the top prize of 3500 EUR.

Grandmasters Joseph Sanchez, Andrei Shchekachev, Jean-Pierre Le Roux and Maxime Lagarde shared the second place with 6,5 points each.

Last-year winner Sergey Fedorchuk was busy participating in the Commomwealth Championship.

The awards ceremony was attended by Ms. Sandrine Mazetier, Vice-President of the National Assembly, Ms. Naomi Sadeng, Olivier Tridon and Diego Salazar, new President of the French Chess Federation.

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