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🏆 Hogeschool Zeeland Tournament (2007)

  PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games)
NN, Fabiano Caruana, Rustam Kasimdzhanov, Sergei Tiviakov, Michal Vladimirovich Krasenkow, Daniel Stellwagen, Fernando Peralta, Diego Flores, Oleg Romanishin, Deep Sengupta, Viacheslav Ikonnikov, Ralf Appel, Marie Sebag, Dibyendu Barua, Ilja Zaragatski, Koen Leenhouts, Quinten Ducarmon, Stefan Kuipers, Jop Delemarre, Lorin A R D'Costa, Herman Claudius van Riemsdijk, Edwin van Haastert, Roi David Miedema, Leon David Piasetski, Tom Piceu, Stef Soors, Migchiel de Jong, Maximilian Meinhardt, Herman Grooten, Thibaut Maenhout, Dirk van Dooren, Yochanan Afek, Ak Hirawan Pg Mohd Omar, Petra Schuurman, Stefan Colijn, Nils Nijs, Bob Beeke, Mordechai Shrentzel, Rene Tiggelman, Lennart Dek, Marc Lacrosse, Rob Michiels, Alan van der Heijden, Joey Grochal, Adrianus M J van den Berg, Wouter Gryson, Tieme Verlinde, Peter Doggers, Frederic Verduyn, Jerzy Struk, Benjamin Foo, Dimitri van Leent, Daan in 't Veld, Remco Sprangers, Saheli Dhar-Barua, Arlette van Weersel, Henk van Gool, Franck Steenbekkers, Pieter Roggeveen, Maximilian Weimann, Joop Piket, Donny Muter, Henrik Porte, Yorick Ten Hagen, Linda Jap Tjoen San, Max Kerkvliet, Erik Oosterom, Eelco Haak, Benjamin Go, Thomas Beuman, Michiel Sijpkens, Erik van Eijndhoven, Anton J Rosmuller, Rob Bodicker, Jeroen Hekhuis, Johan de Wolf, Sven Stange, Arthur Hugaert, Boris Friesen, Eva Baekelant, Eric van de Wynkele, Wim Stange, Oliver de Hert, Martijn Blom, Alexander Cupido, Frans Arp, Rene in 't Veld, Hugo Gorissen, Eric van Loon, Hicham Boulahfa, Peter Kalisvaart, Rogier van Loon, Koos Zomer, Charles Kuijpers, Peter Sonder, Edwin van Dongen, Lars van Dort, Ivo Kok, Johannes Kossen, Jasper Zilverberg plus 77 more players.

 page 1 of 14; games 1-25 of 327  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Cardon vs E Haak  0-1432007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentE91 King's Indian
2. F Sala vs F Steenbekkers  0-1272007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentC02 French, Advance
3. P Doggers vs G Leentjens  1-0582007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentC78 Ruy Lopez
4. M Wise vs J Struk  0-1262007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB30 Sicilian
5. S Kuipers vs J de Meester 1-0382007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentC50 Giuoco Piano
6. K van't Hoff vs R D Miedema 0-1402007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA10 English
7. M de Jong vs T Mentink  1-0312007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB01 Scandinavian
8. H Welten vs P Schuurman  0-1322007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentE24 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch
9. M Lacrosse vs J Vermeulen  1-0422007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA95 Dutch, Stonewall
10. J Goorden vs T Maenhout 0-1512007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA07 King's Indian Attack
11. L Piasetski vs R Jeurissen  1-0182007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentD03 Torre Attack (Tartakower Variation)
12. R Michiels vs M van Veen  1-0262007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB27 Sicilian
13. T Roosink vs D van Leent  ½-½302007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB01 Scandinavian
14. R van Gemert vs J Piket  ½-½652007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA45 Queen's Pawn Game
15. T Beuman vs B Posthumus  1-0432007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB01 Scandinavian
16. Y van Kesteren vs R Sprangers 0-1122007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB56 Sicilian
17. B Beeke vs L van Dijk  1-0422007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA15 English
18. R Geukes vs A van den Berg  0-1262007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB32 Sicilian
19. L Jap Tjoen San vs H van der Stap  1-0232007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB01 Scandinavian
20. A Jonkheer vs L Dek  0-1442007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentA41 Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6)
21. R Tiggelman vs B de Veth  1-0472007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentE91 King's Indian
22. I Kok vs F Verduyn  0-1342007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB06 Robatsch
23. D Muter vs H Peters  1-0312007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentD15 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
24. A Vlug vs A van der Heijden  0-1312007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB22 Sicilian, Alapin
25. E Colijn vs M Shrentzel  0-1162007Hogeschool Zeeland TournamentB03 Alekhine's Defense
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  sisyphus: Sebag accepted a draw in a position where she had some advantage. I wonder if the possibility of getting a GM norm entered her mind?
Aug-10-07  Youjoin: Caruana wins!
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  Peligroso Patzer: <Youjoin: Caruana wins!>

... which puts him in sole possession of first place with one round remaining. When the dust settles, I believe there will be eight (8) players just 0.5 points behind him going into tomorrow's final round.

Aug-10-07  Youjoin: And now is the only leader of the tournament with 7/8
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  Peligroso Patzer: Pairings for Saturday's Round 9 (top ten boards):

1 GM Kasimdzhanov, Rustam (6.5) - IM Caruana, Fabiano (7.0)

2 GM Tiviakov, Sergei (6.5) - IM Delemarre, Jop (6.5)

3 FM De Jong, Migchiel (6.5) - GM Peralta, Fernando (6.5)

4 IM Appel, Ralf (6.5) - WGM Sebag, Marie (6.5)

5 IM Grooten, Herman (6.5) - GM Krasenkow, Michal (6.0)

6 GM Romanishin, Oleg (6.0) - IM Flores, Diego (6.0)

7 FM D`Costa, Lorin A R (6.0) - GM Ikonnikov, Vyacheslav (6.0)

8 GM Barua, Dibyendu (6.0) - IM Afek, Yochanan (6.0)

9 Van Den Berg, Ad (6.0) - GM Stellwagen, Daniel (5.5)

10 Miedema, Roi (5.5) - Zaragatski, Ilja (5.5)

Aug-10-07  Strongest Force: GOOD LUCK to FABULOUS Fabiano in round 9!!
Aug-11-07  joebuck: Games are live right now. Earlier start due to price ceremonies and such.

Aug-11-07  Karpova: Kazimdzahnov-Caruana is a 1.d4 transposing into a French Winawer
Aug-11-07  cotdt: go Caruana!
Aug-11-07  cotdt: Kasim - Caruna after 18.f3:

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Aug-11-07  Strongest Force: The kid might be slightly better after 18!
Aug-11-07  cotdt: Yeah, the kid looks very slightly better, and still does after move 22, white to move:

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Aug-11-07  Strongest Force: How is Fabiano doing?
Aug-11-07  Karpova: Kasimdzhanov-Varuana after 78...Nh8

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Aug-11-07  Karpova: Kazimdzhanov-Caruana 1/2 official after 82 moves!
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  Peligroso Patzer: Caruana and Tiviakov have finished with 7.5/9. If the games on boards 3 and/or 4 produce decisive result(s), the winner(s) will join them for a share of first.
Aug-11-07  Karpova: De Jon 1-0 Peralta
Appel 1-0 Sebag
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  Peligroso Patzer: <Karpova: De Jon 1-0 Peralta Appel 1-0 Sebag>

Apparently so (even though the live coverage page at the official site stopped covering those games around the end of the first time control). So there will be four players tied for first at 7.5/9.

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  JointheArmy: This is an amazing performance by Fabiano. Does anyone know if Fabiano will break 2600 now with this performance?
Aug-15-07  pawnofdoom: <JoinTheArmy> Theres no way Caruana will gain 50 points just from this tournament, even with a performance over 2700. It's more like 10 or 20 points. I'm too lazy to check. But he might be able to break 2600 if he keeps this up.
Aug-20-07  Pendom: Caruana gained 17.3 points from the HZ Open. He also (previously) gained 11.7 from the Capo D'Orso and (from my calculations) 7.4 in the EU Champs and 9.1 in the July First Saturday. In the july list he was 2549, so he should be going to 2595 in the august list. On the FIDE website it lists only the HZ Open and Capo D'Orso (overall +29): But undoubtedly the other two tournaments will be rated by august 1st.
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  JointheArmy: <pawnofdoom> Actually he's 5 points short of 2600, 2595 according to his FIDE card. BTW, I was referring to other tournaments as well that will be counted for the next list.

Looks like <Pendom> beat me to it.

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  JointheArmy: <pawnofdoom> Actually he's 5 points short of 2600, 2595 according to <Pendom's> calculations. BTW, I was referring to other tournaments as well that will be counted for the next list.
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  Stonehenge: Games begin today
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