EU-ch 4th (2003)
Player: Zurab Azmaiparashvili
|Jun-08-03|| ||lostemperor: Let's test this new tournamentfeature:) I don't get it. This Europeanchampionship is played in the accelerated new timer of Fide while the unification WC-matches is back to its "old" longer timer of 2 hours for 40 moves. Either weird or double standards. This timer causes much more blunders in the games. If people like to see players making blunders look at my (fast) games on internet! |
|Jun-09-03|| ||refutor: question...is there anyway to sort the tournament listings by eco? i find it hard to look for the stuff i play without it being sorted ;) |
|Jun-09-03|| ||Bears092: Refutor - You could search using just the ECO and type in 2003 for the year, then pick out the ones that are from 4th IECC. It'll be a lot easier to do that than search through all 700 of these games. |
|Jun-13-03|| ||twisterctl8: where can i follow the games live for this tournament? |
|Jun-13-03|| ||pks: you can see the games live at icc but its over now sorry |
|Jun-13-03|| ||chessgames.com: The remaining rounds from this tournament are now online. Hats off to Azmaiparashvili who bagged clear first place. We're working on getting the games from the women's section. |
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