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Friday, 16 September 2016 13:16

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GM Pap Gyula on top at First Saturday Budapest


Double bronze medalist at former Hungarian National Championships GM Gyula Pap plays in thrilling tactical style sometimes taking too much risk. He resolved the most difficult situations with extraordinary inventiveness. He is the leading player and coach of a Hungarian First Division team Decs city.

Papp
IGM PAPP, Gyula (HUN)

Hujbert Florian and Korpa Bence both have GM norms but this field was too tough to achieve it here. Wang Kevin (USA) collected his fourth IM norm.


First Saturday GM 2-12th September, Budapest (HUN) Final Ranking

Rk.





Name

FED

RtgI

Pts.

 TB1 

Rp

n

w

we

w-we

K

rtg+/-

1



GM

Pap Gyula

HUN

2527

7,0

27,75

2605

9

7

6,17

0,83

10

8,3

2



IM

Hujbert Florian

HUN

2457

6,0

23,50

2518

9

6

5,26

0,74

10

7,4

3



IM

Korpa Bence

HUN

2474

5,5

21,50

2471

9

5,5

5,48

0,02

10

0,2

4



FM

Wang Kevin

USA

2323

5,0

21,75

2451

9

5

3,49

1,51

20

30,2

5



IM

Frolov Artur

UKR

2413

5,0

20,75

2441

9

5

4,67

0,33

10

3,3

6



GM

Akesson Ralf

SWE

2419

4,0

16,25

2354

9

4

4,75

-0,75

10

-7,5

7



GM

Ilincic Zlatko

SRB

2388

4,0

15,75

2358

9

4

4,34

-0,34

10

-3,4

8



FM

Juhasz Armin

HUN

2406

4,0

14,75

2356

9

4

4,59

-0,59

10

-5,9

9



FM

Krykun Yuriy

UKR

2242

3,0

13,00

2292

9

3

2,47

0,53

20

10,6

10



IM

Payen Arnaud

FRA

2346

1,5

5,50

2132

9

1,5

3,78

-2,28

10

-22,8

Popovics Adam (HUN) convincingly won the IM section representing high level chess. He never had time trouble and was building on small positional advantages until victories.

Adam
IM POPOVICS, Adam (HUN)

Former silver medalist of the Hungarian Women’s Ch. Havanecz Bianka achieved her first WGM norm. She is one of the best scorers of the Hungarian National Team Champion Aquaprofit Nagykanizsa Chess Club.

Bianka
WIM HAVANECZ, Bianka (HUN)


First Saturday IM 2-12th September, Budapest (HUN) Final Ranking

Rk.





Name

sex

FED

RtgI

Pts.

 TB1 

 TB2 

Rp

n

w

we

w-we

K

rtg+/-

1



IM

Popovics Adam



HUN

2384

7,0

26,25

0,0

2444

9

7

6,29

0,71

10

7,1

2



WIM

Havanecz Bianka

w

HUN

2243

6,5

26,00

0,0

2405

9

6,5

4,52

1,98

20

39,6

3



IM

Nemeth Zoltan



HUN

2303

6,0

26,00

0,0

2358

9

6

5,29

0,71

10

7,1

4





Martini Balazs



HUN

2305

5,5

19,25

0,0

2313

9

5,5

5,32

0,18

20

3,6

5



IM

Farago Sandor



HUN

2259

5,0

19,50

0,0

2281

9

5

4,72

0,28

10

2,8

6



IM

Szeberenyi Adam



HUN

2381

4,5

16,25

0,0

2224

9

4,5

6,27

-1,77

10

-17,7

7





Kiremitciyan Ari



TUR

2191

4,0

12,00

0,0

2202

9

4

3,85

0,15

20

3,0

8



FM

Lyell Mark



ENG

2193

3,0

11,00

0,0

2120

9

3

3,87

-0,87

20

-17,4

9





Gross Willi Dr.



GER

2143

3,0

8,75

0,0

2126

9

3

3,24

-0,24

20

-4,8

10





Haerig Wilfried



GER

1996

0,5

3,00

0,0

1823

9

0,5

1,63

-1,13

20

-22,6

The highest Rating section was a group of clearly adult players. Like a month before, again Bensaid Simon (FRA) is the winner. He plays really original chess spicing openings with his unique ideas pointing to the abyss, the endless richness of the game.


First Saturday FM 02-12th September, Budapest (HUN) Final Ranking

Rk.

SNo





Name

FED

Rtg

Pts.

 TB1 

 TB2 

Rp

n

w

we

w-we

K

rtg+/-

1

1





Bensaid Simon

FRA

1970

6,5

27,00

0,0

2039

10

6,5

5,52

0,98

20

19,6

2

3





Juracsik Jozsef

HUN

2101

6,0

28,50

0,0

1975

10

6

7,48

-1,48

20

-29,6

3

2





Reh Philipp

GER

2024

5,5

27,25

0,0

1955

10

5,5

6,36

-0,86

20

-17,2

4

6





Ditze Thomas

GER

1896

5,5

24,25

0,0

1980

10

5,5

4,40

1,10

20

22,0

5

4





Steer Jozsef

HUN

1829

4,0

19,50

0,0

1886

10

4

3,36

0,64

20

12,8

6

5





Takacs Zsolt Otto

HUN

1797

2,5

12,50

0,0

1771

10

2,5

2,88

-0,38

20

-7,6

The lowest rating group as usual was a clash of generations and also as usual it has brought the domination of the youth. 11 years old Virag Balint (HUN) gave lessons to all adult opponents. His only loss came in the last round but against another talented young opponent Koltai Dora (HUN) who achieved her greatest rating gains ever (107 points). They both are members of MTK Chess Club of Budapest. Their enthusiastic coach IM Janos Szabolcsi is not only an successful international chess trainer but an experienced teacher of French language in civilian life. Esmaili Gavgani Saeid (IRI) qualified to get his first FIDE rating (1702) calculated by the newest FIDE rules (+ 2x40 added to the average of opponents (1622) where 2 is the number of points over 50%).


First Saturday Development 02-12th September, Budapest (HUN) Final Ranking

Rk.



Name

sex

FED

Rtg

RtgI

Pts.

 TB1 

Rp

n

w

we

w-we

K

rtg+/-

1



Virag Balint



HUN

1706

1706

8,5

40,50

1739

7

6

4,42

1,58

40

63,2

2



Esmaeili Gavgani Saeid



IRI

0

0

7,0

26,50

1771

10

7









3



Koltai Dora

w

HUN

1444

1444

5,5

25,50

1570

8

4,5

1,82

2,68

40

107,2

4



Szlenka Attila



HUN

1784

1784

4,5

18,50

1369

7

3

5,26

-2,26

20

-45,2

5



Kalman Tamas



HUN

1562

1562

3,5

15,25

1332

7

2,5

2,80

-0,30

20

-6,0

6



Schoeppe Christian



GER

1616

1616

1,0

3,00

1111

5

1

2,70

-1,70

20

-34,0

September
Analyse 2016 September

Group
The usual group photo (2016 Sept)

The forthcoming First Saturday events are scheduled at:
1-12th October with the Hotel Berlin in Budapest Rapid Open on 30th Sep. (Friday)
More info of all groups with all the games, photos and archive can be found at: www.firstsaturday.hu 

New venue of the First Saturday events:
Hotel Berlin
Address: 1117 Budapest, Hunyadi János út 2.
It is also a three stars Hotel that lies on the bank (Buda side) of the River Danube.
Easily accessible from the center (Blaha Lujza Square or Ferencziek tere) by a 15-18 minutes with the 133E public bus ride.

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Photos by: Somogyi Kristof
Written by: IM Orso Miklos Chief Arbiter

 
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