Hungarian Championship (2006)
Player: Robert Ruck
|Mar-11-06|| ||chessgames.com: Congratulations to Zoltan Almasi, the 2006 Hungarian Chess Champion.|
Official site: http://web.t-online.hu/passant/sakk...
|Mar-11-06|| ||Scarecrow: This is the 6th time Almasi wins the Hungarian Championship. His win is not a surprise, he did very well in Corus B recently.|
Portisch was invited in view of his great results in the past, for me it hurts to see him at the bottom of the table.
<chessgames.com> Thank you for posting the games! However, I can point out a mistake: the Szabo (this is a very common Hungarian surname) playing here is of course not Laszlo Szabo (who died in 1998), but Krisztian Szabo, who earned his place in this tourney by winning the under-20 championship! He was born June 21, 1989. His rating is 2447, he has the title of International Master.
The PGNs themselves show "Kr1 Szabo", so I think you should correct only the crosstable and the "header" of each game.
|Mar-11-06|| ||k0mi: if someone is interested in pics of this tournament, go here and click on the pic and wait for the popup:
|Mar-11-06|| ||Scarecrow: <chessgames.com> Wow. Thank you for the correction!|
|Aug-18-09|| ||kurtrichards: Interesting are the games of Sax. They all end up in draws.|
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