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Arctic Securities Chess Stars (2010)

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Magnus Carlsen, Viswanathan Anand, Judit Polgar, Jon Ludvig Hammer

 page 1 of 1; 16 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Anand vs J L Hammer 1-056 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC53 Giuoco Piano
2. Judit Polgar vs Carlsen 0-135 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC67 Ruy Lopez
3. Carlsen vs J L Hammer 1-073 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsD42 Queen's Gambit Declined, Semi-Tarrasch, 7.Bd3
4. J L Hammer vs Judit Polgar  ½-½45 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsE53 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3
5. Anand vs Carlsen ½-½31 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsB77 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack
6. Judit Polgar vs Anand 0-134 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense
7. Judit Polgar vs J L Hammer ½-½55 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC48 Four Knights
8. Carlsen vs Anand ½-½40 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC67 Ruy Lopez
9. J L Hammer vs Carlsen 1-055 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsA31 English, Symmetrical, Benoni Formation
10. Anand vs Judit Polgar 1-035 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsB40 Sicilian
11. Carlsen vs Judit Polgar ½-½108 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsB40 Sicilian
12. J L Hammer vs Anand 0-142 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsE06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3
13. Carlsen vs Anand 1-054 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsD78 Neo-Grunfeld, 6.O-O c6
14. Anand vs Carlsen ½-½28 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC95 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Breyer
15. Judit Polgar vs J L Hammer  ½-½45 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsC45 Scotch Game
16. J L Hammer vs Judit Polgar 1-055 2010 Arctic Securities Chess StarsE17 Queen's Indian
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Aug-30-10  MrMelad: Go Norway! :)
Aug-30-10  turbo231: The last game between Judit and Hammer was very exciting.
Aug-30-10  turbo231: Judit might lose several points after this poor performance.
Aug-30-10  crazybird: <turbo231: Judit might lose several points after this poor performance.> Really? :)
Aug-30-10  Pawnsgambit: <crazybird: <turbo231: Judit might lose several points after this poor performance.> Really? :)> thats funny!!! Imagine how many points Anand lost today, LOL
Aug-30-10  hedgeh0g: <Judit might lose several points after this poor performance.>

It can only be expected considering her recent inactivity. On a more positive note, however, I think Hammer can be really pleased with his performance in this tournament: a win over the world #1 (almost two!) and a respectable third place considering the level of competition.

Aug-30-10  Valmy: No, Judit won't lose point it was a rapid event.
Aug-30-10  bonniekathosh: This is a rapid tournament. There are no rating points at stake here.
Aug-30-10
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  TheFocus: Carlsen wins. I lost Chess Bucks.
Aug-30-10  siamesedream: I know Carlsen is great player, but I must say his luck is almost equal to his talent.
Aug-30-10  play2win: How does Carlsen win? I'm sorry I'm in the dark here, only see draws vs. Anand.
Aug-30-10  zarg: Carlsen win by laziness and intuition.
Aug-30-10  play2win: Thanks zarg...perhaps a link to the game in which he displayed those two qualities? I don't see it on chessgames.
Aug-30-10  dahtah: <zarg>characteristics of a true genius.
Aug-30-10  frogbert: that game was censored. there were real possibilities of mating in the decisive encounter, and a black king and a white queen were reportedly involved.
Aug-30-10  zarg: [White "Carlsen, M."]
[Black "Anand, V."]
[Game 1 - Final]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nf3 Bg7 4. g3 O-O 5. Bg2 c6 6. O-O d5 7. Nbd2 Bf5 8. b3 Ne4 9. Bb2 Na6 10. Nh4 Nxd2 11. Qxd2 Be6 12. Rac1 Qd7 13. Nf3 Rfd8 14. Rfd1 Nc7 15. Qa5 Ne8 16. e3 Bg4 17. Rd2 Bxf3 18. Bxf3 e6 19. Rdc2 Nd6 20. a4 f5 21. Qe1 a5 22. Bc3 dxc4 23. Bxa5 cxb3 24. Rb2 Rdc8 25. Rxb3 Bf8 26. Rcb1 Ra7 27. Kg2 Nc4 28. Bb4 Bxb4 29. Rxb4 Nd6 30. Qc3 Rca8 31. Qc2 Ra6 32. h4 h5 33. e4 R8a7 34. exf5 Nxf5 35. Re1 Ra5 36. Qb3 Kf7 37. Re4 Ne7 38. Qc2 Nd5 39. Rc4 Ra8 40. Re5 Ne7 41. Bxh5 Rxe5 42. dxe5 Qd5+ 43. Bf3 Qxe5 44. Re4 Qd6 45. h5 Rf8 46. Qb2 b5 47. axb5 cxb5 48. Qxb5 Nf5 49. Qb7+ Kf6 50. Qh7 gxh5 51. Bxh5 Qd5 52. Bf3 Qd2 53. g4 Ng7 54. g5+ 1-0

Aug-30-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  LucB: The games are on the chessbom site I believe..
Aug-30-10  zarg: <characteristics of a true genius>

The best achieving geniuses are hard working.

Aug-30-10  crazybird: Vishy Anand: <..essentially I threw way the game in one move. 21a5 loses a pawn on the spot>

http://www.chessvibes.com/reports/c...

Aug-30-10
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  wordfunph: as predicted, Magnus brings home the trophy!

cheers to Magnus!

Aug-31-10  frogbert: <The best achieving geniuses are hard working.>

some even maintain that hard work and determination is the defining characteristic of a genius.

Aug-31-10  zarg: I don't think Carlsen score well at hard work.
Aug-31-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kazzak: I see from the Tournament Table here that someone at cg likes to tease Carlsen-fans.
Aug-31-10  frogbert: i agree that carlsen would become even more of a genius if his work ethic would've matched that of say kasparov. :o)
Aug-31-10  kamalakanta: Capablanca: " The good player is always lucky."
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