Double victory of Sean Winshand Cuhendi (INA) at First Saturday Budapest April events Print
Thursday, 17 April 2014 09:17

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Double victory of Sean Winshand Cuhendi (INA) at First Saturday Budapest April events

When the 16years old Indonesian representative won the Hotel MEDOSZ Budapest Rapid Open with 100% score nobody thought that he would be the winner of the GM section of the main events as well.

1
FM Sean Winshand Cuhendi (INA)

He started his chess studies rated at 2184 less than a year ago conducted by coaches in Hungary. Amongst his coaches was the legendary Olympic Champion and brilliant tactician GM Gyula Sax (HUN) who passed away unexpectedly just recently. His pupil paid tribute to his beloved memory by this success. The young Indonesian boy is mainly supported by the heroic efforts of his single mother. It is his third IM norm all performed in Budapest.

17 years old FM Petrov Nikita (RUS) of Novorossiysk performed his second IM norm now.

2
FM PETROV, Nikita (RUS)

His first great success was of 2012 Moscow Open where he appeared as a comet performing over 2600 with a surprising GM norm. His trainer has always been his good friend Mr. Sergey Petukhov who is a master candidate not with high rating but undoubtedly a grandmaster of coaching.


Final Ranking of First Saturday GM 05-15th April 2014 

Rk.





Name

FED

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Pts.

 TB1 

 TB2 

rtg+/-

1



FM

Sean Winshand Cuhendi

INA

*

½

1

0

½

½

½

1

½

1

5.5

1.5

23.00

21.3

2



FM

Petrov Nikita

RUS

½

*

½

½

½

½

1

½

½

1

5.5

1.0

23.00

28.4

3



IM

Hujbert Florian

HUN

0

½

*

1

½

½

½

1

1

½

5.5

0.5

23.25

3.5

4



GM

Varga Zoltan

HUN

1

½

0

*

½

½

1

½

½

½

5.0

0.5

22.25

-4.6

5



GM

Seres Lajos

HUN

½

½

½

½

*

½

½

½

½

1

5.0

0.5

21.00

-3.4

6



IM

Wang Puchen

NZL

½

½

½

½

½

*

½

½

½

½

4.5

0.5

20.25

-8.0

7



IM

Fernandez Daniel Howard

SIN

½

0

½

0

½

½

*

½

1

1

4.5

0.5

17.75

2.2

8



IM

Kozlitin Oleg

RUS

0

½

0

½

½

½

½

*

½

1

4.0

0.0

16.00

4.1

9



GM

Czebe Attila

HUN

½

½

0

½

½

½

0

½

*

½

3.5

0.0

15.75

-13.8

10





Grimm Daniel

HUN

0

0

½

½

0

½

0

0

½

*

2.0

0.0

9.25

-19.6


The IM section has brought up balanced fight so no IM norm was performed this month.

The winner IM Szeberenyi Adam (HUN) by now seems to be over of the shock suffered by losing his highly respected outstanding coach GM Szekely Peter (HUN) who passed away some years ago.

3
IM SZEBERENYI, Adam (HUN)

FM Keschitz Gyorgy (HUN) was close to his second IM norm but his strong finish came just too late.

FM Tan Justin (AUS) almost repeated his success he achieved just two month earlier at Caissa GM February 2014 Kecskemet (HUN) where he performed IM norm.


Final Ranking of First Saturday IM 05-15th April 2014 

Rk.





Name

Rtg

FED

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Pts.

 TB1 

Rtg +/-

1



IM

Szeberenyi Adam

2304

HUN

*

1

1

1

½

½

½

1

1

1

7.5

30.75

23.6

2



FM

Keschitz Gyorgy

2240

HUN

0

*

1

1

0

½

1

1

½

1

6.0

23.50

26.1

3



FM

Tan Justin

2363

AUS

0

0

*

1

1

1

½

½

1

½

5.5

21.25

-6.3

4



IM

Pesotskyi Vitalii

2274

UKR

0

0

0

*

½

½

1

1

1

1

5.0

16.50

2.5

5





Farkas Richard

2212

HUN

½

1

0

½

*

½

½

½

0

1

4.5

19.75

9.4

6



IM

To Nhat Minh

2334

HUN

½

½

0

½

½

*

½

½

½

1

4.5

18.00

-10.4

7



IM

Szalanczy Emil

2263

HUN

½

0

½

0

½

½

*

½

1

1

4.5

16.50

-0.6

8



FM

Lyell Mark

2228

ENG

0

0

½

0

½

½

½

*

1

1

4.0

13.00

-1.8

9





Jenkins Drake

2136

USA

0

½

0

0

1

½

0

0

*

½

2.5

10.25

-5.8

10





Balint Vilmos

2217

HUN

0

0

½

0

0

0

0

0

½

*

1.0

4.00

-44.3



As usual there were two FIDE rating groups too where usually young and old generations clash for rating points. The highest rated FM-A section was won by Berta Sandor (16 HUN) followed by the Terbe twin sisters (16, HUN). Their success is not at all accidental but has come as a result of hard work since they created a chess-workshop lead by FM Radnai Adam (HUN) as a main coach.

First Saturday FM-A 5-15th April 2014 

Rk.





Name

Rtg

FED

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Pts.

 TB1 

 Rtg +/- 

1





Berta Sandor

1982

HUN

*

½

½

1

½

1

1

1

0

1

6.5

27.25

35.0

2





Terbe Julianna

2102

HUN

½

*

½

½

½

1

½

1

1

1

6.5

25.25

12.1

3





Terbe Zsuzsanna

2036

HUN

½

½

*

1

½

½

½

½

1

1

6.0

24.75

17.1

4





Juracsik Jozsef

2117

HUN

0

½

0

*

½

1

1

½

1

1

5.5

19.75

-5.6

5





Darazs Zoltan

2130

HUN

½

½

½

½

*

½

1

½

1

0

5.0

21.75

-15.6

6





Kis Bela

2050

HUN

0

0

½

0

½

*

1

1

1

0

4.0

14.50

-15.6

7



FM

Bartha Sandor

2102

HUN

0

½

½

0

0

0

*

½

1

1

3.5

12.75

-32.8

8





Steer Jozsef

1918

HUN

0

0

½

½

½

0

½

*

½

½

3.0

12.50

-5.1

9





Marcu Simon

1844

SVK

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

½

*

1

2.5

10.50

0.3

10





Bacsi Andras

1782

HUN

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

½

0

*

2.5

10.50

10.2


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Group photo of participants of the 2014 April First Saturday chess tournaments


Our next First Saturday events are scheduled at: 03-14th May 2014 with the Hotel MEDOSZ Rapid open prior to it on the 2-th May.

The greatest ever Hungarian GM Open the Sax Gyula Memorial is also going to take place soon at 23rd-31st May 2014 at Zalakaros (HUN). Contact: Tournament Director IM Horvath Tamas E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

More info with all games, photos and archives are available at: www.firstsaturday.hu 

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Photos by: Miklos Szabo photographer
Written by IM Miklos Orso International Arbiter

 
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