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European Individual Championships (2010)

Player: David Navara

 page 1 of 1; 16 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Navara vs V Durarbayli 1-045 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB66 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack, 7...a6
2. V Nevednichy vs Navara 0-139 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC50 Giuoco Piano
3. Navara vs Pelletier 0-130 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC10 French
4. Sedlak vs Navara  ½-½43 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC84 Ruy Lopez, Closed
5. Navara vs Grigoriants  ½-½25 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB12 Caro-Kann Defense
6. M Nikolov vs Navara 0-143 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsD85 Grunfeld
7. Navara vs G Szabo 1-036 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB01 Scandinavian
8. N Mamedov vs Navara  ½-½26 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
9. Navara vs C Balogh  ½-½28 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsA06 Reti Opening
10. Navara vs M Ragger  1-041 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC78 Ruy Lopez
11. V Zvjaginsev vs Navara  ½-½13 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB53 Sicilian
12. V Zvjaginsev vs Navara  ½-½18 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB53 Sicilian
13. Movsesian vs Navara  ½-½29 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB50 Sicilian
14. D Howell vs Navara  ½-½35 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC53 Giuoco Piano
15. Navara vs Movsesian  0-160 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsB80 Sicilian, Scheveningen
16. Navara vs D Howell 1-065 2010 European Individual ChampionshipsC96 Ruy Lopez, Closed
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Mar-17-10  frogbert: <Probably a lot of draws (short ones) again today.>

four of the top 5 boards were hardfought, decisive games. we really can't complain about the leading players' fighting attitude today.

Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: In a couple of years Cheparinov has fallen from the top 20 (January 2008) to outside the top 100 (after this tournament).
Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: Guseinov has dropped points even quicker, from 2667 in September to below 2600 today.
Mar-17-10  jon01: <In a couple of years Cheparinov has fallen from the top 20 (January 2008) to outside the top 100 (after this tournament).>

Cheparinov can't play, otherwise he will reveal Topalov's secrets. I'm sure he will regain back to 2700 after the world championship match.

Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: Nepomniachtchi isn't too far from 2700 now, but he will need another good result to reach it. He gained almost 30 points here and should have 16 left to 2700.
Mar-17-10  kingsindian2006: i thought this would be the tourney giri shines and takes a big step forward.. i wonder if he is ill?
Mar-17-10  esticles: With 10 players having 8 points and above, the remaining 12 World Cup spots will be decided tomorrow between the 30 players at 7.5. I'm guessing the bottom 12 on tiebreaks will be paired to reduce the field to 24, and then the 24 will be paired up to get to 12. We'll have to find out tomorrow though!
Mar-17-10  evlozare: a disappointing tournament result for fabiano caruana, one of the 'rising stars' player on august2010. he ended up 124th place.
Mar-17-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: <esticles> Are those tiebreaks going to be carried live?

And what are the time controls?

Also, we may have an earlier start time for them as well, if carried. Thanks anyone for any info re his post!

Mar-17-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: The time controls are here
http://www.eurorijeka2010.com/home/...

Start time MAY be 0500 USA EDT or New York time;but we may not be able to see them at home site ?

Mar-17-10  redwhitechess: so what is the official medal winners and qualifiers ? the official web is down i think. congrat for Nepom and Pia!
Mar-17-10  kurtrichards: Sad Caruana was way far off the top finishers. :(
Mar-17-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: site isn't down or wasn't;
from the regulations link

<Tie-break Matches
In the European Individual Chess Championship tie-breaks are organized only in the following cases:

a) to establish the Champion;
b) to establish the medal winners;
c) to establish qualifiers, for the World Chess Championship.

In case of a) and b) the relevant tie-break matches will decide the final ranking and the money prizes connected with these places.

In the case of c), the relevant tie-break matches will not influence the final ranking and the money prizes will be shared equally.

System of the Tie-break matches:
Additional matches of two games will be played with 15 minutes on the clock and addition of 10 seconds before each move. If this match is drawn again, then two games will be played with five minutes plus two seconds per move. If this match is again drawn, then the sudden-death game will be played with white having 5 minutes on the clock and black having 4 minutes, without any addition. White has to win the sudden-death game in order to win the match. In case that more than three tie-break rounds have to be played, the Chief-Arbiter after confirmation by the ECU President or his representative may change the playing schedule in such a way that the tie-break matches can be finished within one day. Detailed Tournament Regulations for the tie-break matches and the time schedule will be announced on Wednesday, 17 March at 22.30 at the Technical Meeting for tie breaks.

6. QUALIFIERS
The 11th Individual European Chess Championship for men and women is qualification event for the next World Cup. According to FIDE regulations and the decision of the ECU Board, 22 players will qualify.>

Mar-18-10  redwhitechess: Then confirmed guests for next World Cup are:

1. Ian Nepomniachtchi
2. Baadur Jobava
3. Timofeev Artyom
4. Igor Lysyj
5. Zahar Efimenko
6. Zoltan Almasi
7. Evgeny Tomashevski
8. Maxim Rodshtein
9. Arman Pashikian
10. Ivan Salgado Lopez

while 28 players playing mini tournament tonight to decided the rest accomodations, hopefully I put it righ here : http://red-white-chess.blogspot.com...

Mar-18-10  Don Cossacks: Wow,Nepomniachtchi is now the reigning European Individual Champion.Nepo!Nepo!Nepo!
Mar-18-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  virginmind: congratulations ian nepomniachtchi and pia cramling!
Mar-18-10  aragorn69: Results of the 1st round of playoffs:
Hracek-Babula 1/2
Drozdovskij-Belov 1-0
Howell-Navara 1/2
Volkov-Sargissian 1/2

And in the (less important) silver medal match:
Timofeeev-Jobava 0-1

Mar-18-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: The second round of the tiebreaks will start at 1:30PM USA New York EDT time; or local time there 1630 CET
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours for Croatia

games
http://www.eurorijeka2010.com/home/...

Mar-18-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: The second games (switch colors) of the first round pairings are happening now at this post about 9:30AM USA New York time

http://www.eurorijeka2010.com/home/...

Mar-18-10  aragorn69: Results of the 2nd game of the 1st round of playoffs:

Babula-Hracek 1/2
Belov-<Drozdovskij> 0-1

<Navara>-Howell 1-0
Volkov-Sargissian 1/2

And in the (less important) silver medal match:
<Jobava>-Timofeeev 1/2

Mar-18-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  virginmind: khismatullin resigns just before being mated next move...
Mar-18-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  swordfish: Congratulations Nepomniachtchi - he beat out a lot of higher-rated and more experienced opponent. Another young player with a very bright future.
Mar-19-10  Chessforeva: 3D games
Rounds 1-6:
http://chessforeva.appspot.com/C0_p...

Rounds 7-11:
http://chessforeva.appspot.com/C0_p...

Apr-21-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  DarthStapler: 9/11 was the winning score. Terrorist conspiracy!
Mar-30-11
Premium Chessgames Member
  Peligroso Patzer: Here is a link to the final standings for this event: http://chess-results.com/tnr29567.a...
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