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🏆 XXII Reykjavik Open (2006)

Player: Ahmed Adly

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. P Gutierrez Castillo vs A Adly  0-1412006XXII Reykjavik OpenB51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
2. A Adly vs B Magnusson  1-0432006XXII Reykjavik OpenD05 Queen's Pawn Game
3. S Erenburg vs A Adly  ½-½1182006XXII Reykjavik OpenB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
4. A Adly vs Stefansson  ½-½92006XXII Reykjavik OpenA46 Queen's Pawn Game
5. I A Nataf vs A Adly 0-1532006XXII Reykjavik OpenB96 Sicilian, Najdorf
6. A Adly vs Harikrishna  0-1482006XXII Reykjavik OpenD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
7. I Rogers vs A Adly  0-1392006XXII Reykjavik OpenB51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
8. A Adly vs Sutovsky 1-0472006XXII Reykjavik OpenE64 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Yugoslav System
9. Carlsen vs A Adly 0-1682006XXII Reykjavik OpenB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-16-06  Keshishian: Does anyone know how they used to decide the tie break?
Mar-16-06  Xaurus: m-buch factor.
Mar-16-06  yalie: does anybody know about a blitz tournament at the end of the main tournament? apparently Anand played in it
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  tamar: <yalie> It is being discussed at Magnus Carlsen
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  PhilFeeley: Anyone see Fischer there?
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  Robin01: He is probably playing in a disguise and using an alias!;)
Mar-17-06  percyblakeney: Quite a good result by Christin Andersson (2170), finishing even with the 460 ELO points higher rated Timman (5/9).
Mar-17-06  NJT: Shakhriyar Mamedyarov is the best player of the tournament! I'm sure that he gonna win!
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  ahmadov: <PhilFeeley: Anyone see Fischer there?> I heard that Fischer was the honoured guest of the tournament.
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  ahmadov: <NJT: Shakhriyar Mamedyarov is the best player of the tournament! I'm sure that he gonna win!> Well, but he has not. I think he was just very confident which caused him to lose to a very lower rated player in round 2.
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  PhilFeeley: Any ideas why the games are not available from the tournament website for download? And what about the blitz games? Were they recorded?
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  ahmadov: <PhilFeeley> But there were no blitz games, were there?
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  Joshka: <amahdov> <heard that Fischer was the honored guest of the tournament> Are you joking or did someone who was there convey this? Bobby's comments about Carlsen a year or so ago would lead me to believe he might have wanted to meet him. Would have to believe some of the participants had a chance to visit with him.
Apr-01-06  talisman: <Joshka> what did fischer say about carlsen?
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  Joshka: <talisman> Had read somewhere that Bobby stated that "Carlsen is better than I was at this age" or something like that.
Apr-01-06  like a GM: < Joshka: <talisman> Had read somewhere that Bobby stated that "Carlsen is better than I was at this age" or something like that.> I think it was Calrsen's trainer who said that.
Apr-01-06  sapfy: I don't think neither Fischer nor Agdestein has made such a comment. Kasparov on the other hand said exactly that about Bacrot back when he became the youngest GM in the world.
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  ahmadov: <Joshka> I was not joking about Fischer's presence at the tournament. I think I had read about that somewhere.
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  technical draw: Bobby Fischer played a game in the Reykjavik open disguised as Magnus Carlsen and lost to Persson!
Apr-01-06  Surrealist: 1.4. ... And who wants to tell the next story?
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