National Open (2007)
Player: Carleton Williams
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|1. I Krush vs C Williams
||National Open||D19 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch||
|Jun-19-07|| ||Timex: Congrats to Nakamura!! For a stunning 5.5/6!!!|
|Jun-19-07|| ||pacelli: I think Korchnoi was the 'real' winner:-) look at his score!|
|Jun-19-07|| ||THE pawn: Yeah, but look at his opponents' ratings.|
|Jun-20-07|| ||WannaBe: Especially in the last round, where Korchnoi 'played' Serper: Serper vs Korchnoi, 2007 =)|
|Jun-20-07|| ||Resignation Trap: Some players were exhausted as early as round three: B Finegold vs D Sharavdorj, 2007 .|
|Jun-20-07|| ||dabearsrock1010: was there some sort of no draw rule in effect, loking at the first 25 games all but 1 was decisive...|
|Jun-20-07|| ||wanabe2000: With the Krush victory over Shabalov, and scoring 4 1/2-1 1/2, does this qualify as a GM norm? Does that even apply in this tournament?|
|Jun-20-07|| ||whiskeyrebel: evidently it doesn't count in a tournament this short...|
|Jun-20-07|| ||WannaBe: Ms. Krush won $739.50 http://www.lvchessfestival.com/resu... |
Which may (not) have covered her total expenses...
|Jun-21-07|| ||Ashram64: finally.. cg has posted these games!|
|Jun-22-07|| ||NimzoKing: <Which may (not) have covered her total expenses...> GM's get paid to enter tournaments - all her expenses will already be paid for her, with a little bonus. The money she won is just all profit so to say|
|Jun-28-07|| ||Timex: <THE pawn> You are correct, but Korchnoi drew with E Gurbanzade, who is rated 2166! If he won that game, he would have one the toruanemtn.|
|Jun-28-07|| ||whiskeyrebel: Timex, technically if he had won that game he would have been paired differently. Not that I don't have confidence in Mr. Korchnoi..he simply would have faced different opponents.|
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