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🏆 15th Unive Open (2011)

Player: Dennis Wagner

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Cox vs D Wagner  0-123201115th Unive OpenB22 Sicilian, Alapin
2. D Wagner vs Y Zherebukh  0-137201115th Unive OpenA64 Benoni, Fianchetto, 11...Re8
3. N Maatman vs D Wagner  0-140201115th Unive OpenD15 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
4. D Wagner vs M Okkes  1-029201115th Unive OpenD30 Queen's Gambit Declined
5. Van der Wiel vs D Wagner  ½-½23201115th Unive OpenB42 Sicilian, Kan
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  brankat: Way to go! :-)
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  HeMateMe: Unive appears to be Uneven.
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  whiteshark: Tournament page:
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  whiteshark: <gropek: wow no draws>

Actually 7 draws out of 44 games

Pairing of round 1 of Unive Open
Table White - Black Results ---round 1

1 Grant, Jonathan I M - Tiviakov, Sergei 0-1

2 Baklan, Vladimir - Law, Nicky 1-0

3 Van Weersel, Arlette - Ernst, Sipke 1-0

4 Zherebukh, Yaroslav - Mellema, Andries 1-0

5 Markus, John Raymond - Lenderman, Aleksandr 0-1

6 Nyzhnyk, Illya - Fehr, Axel, Dr. 1-0

7 Go, Benjamin - Haslinger, Stewart G 0-1

8 Van Kampen, Robin - Van Foreest, Jorden -

9 Sadallah, Osama - Brandenburg, Daan -

10 Grover, Sahaj - Middelveld, Martine 1-0

11 Knol, Geon - Van Der Wiel, John T.H. 0-1

12 Raznikov, Danny - Hendriks, Richard 1-0

13 Potze, Rudolf 1-0R

14 Tania, Sachdev - Hoffman, Ron -

15 Van Der Veen, Jan - Van Delft, Merijn 0-1

16 Okkes, Menno - Van Laatum, Maarten -

17 Kollen, Zyon - Popilski, Gil -

18 Slingerland, Fred - Van Lommel, Patrick 0-1

19 Arp, Frans - Van Assendelft, Floris 0-1

20 Voekler, Bernd - Poelstra, Ben 1-0

21 Slingerland, Caroline - Van Eijk, Sander 0-1

22 De Jong, Migchiel - Stavast, Dick 1-0

23 Yamada, Kohei - Willemze, Thomas 0-1

24 Erwich, Frank - Lesman, Francis 1-0

25 Henseler, Jorgen - Klein, David 0-1

26 Peelen, Piet - Van Dorp, Folke -

27 Te Bokkel, Gerrit Jan - Bezemer, Arno -

28 Svane, Rasmus - Vinke, Maarten 1-0

29 Klapwijk, Bram - Ootes, Lars 1-0

30 Donchenko, Alexander - Beerdsen, Thomas 1-0

31 Baskin, Robert - Afek, Yochanan 0-1

32 Rietveld, Renze - Mol, Christiaan 1-0

33 Cox, Jan - Wagner, Dennis 0-1

34 Lorscheid, Gerhard - Lee, Kai Jie Edward 1-0

35 Scharft, Johan - Schoorl, Rob 0-1

36 Nakar, Eylon - Hummel, Joop 1-0

37 Maris, Ivo - Vedder, Richard 0-1

38 Beukema, Stefan - Broeken, Harry 1-0

39 Maatman, Nick - Goudriaan, Etienne 0-1

40 Timmermans, Ivo - De Groot, Hendrik 1-0

41 Gieben, Stijn - Hovenga, Alje 0-1

42 Lambrechts, Koen - Sekandar, Kambiz 0-1

43 Van Foreest, Lucas - Meurs, Tom 0-1

44 Duijker, Rick - Dijkhuis, Tycho 1-0

Bye : 89 Majhi, Ankit

Oct-15-11  Rook e2: Sipke Ernst lost to a player 400 points below him.. After such a strong Olso open! Compliments to my friend Osama Sadallah for drawing a GM and the young Jorden van Foreest for doing the same!
Oct-15-11  maxfrank: Could Donchenko have drawn against Tiviakov with 40...Be7...d8, preventing the W K from penetrating? The N covered a6 and c6, and that seemed like a good thing. I didn't see a good way for W to break the fortress. Doesn't look like a B sac would work.
Oct-17-11  dx9293: Alex Lenderman won again, over GM Baklan (2617), and leads the tournament with 4/4. Tiviakov, Zherebukh, Nyzhnik etc. have 3.5/4.
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  parmetd: Go Lenderman go!!
Oct-18-11  messachess: Wow. Can Alex Lenderman win this thing? But he'll have to play Tiviakov. We'll see.
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  Chnebelgrind: <But he'll have to play Tiviakov> He first has to play Zherebukh. Remember Y Zherebukh vs Mamedyarov, 2011
Oct-18-11  dx9293: Alex makes a solid draw with Zherebukh (one of Grabinsky's stars). Tiviakov is beating van Kampen, and Nyzhnik has a huge advantage over Haslinger, though a win is not a complete given.

If Tiviakov and Nyznik win, we have:

Tiviakov 2647 4.5 (bwbwb)
Lenderman 2562 4.5 (bwbwb)
Nyzhnik 2561 4.5 (wbwbw)

The best pairing would seem to be Tiviakov-Nyzhnik, and Lenderman against the highest 4 (Sipke Ernst). However, not only does Ernst have the same colors as Lenderman (and Tiviakov), but Lenderman already got downfloated last round. A player shouldn't get an identical float in consecutive rounds, IIRC.

So I think the pairings would be:

Tiviakov (4.5) - Lenderman (4.5)
Ernst (4) - Nyzhnik (4.5)

Oct-18-11  dx9293: Now Nyzhnik is completely winning, but Tiviakov is in a messy position, with both sides having about 9 minutes left (+30 sec increment) to finish the game.
Oct-18-11  dx9293: Tiviakov could only draw, so in round 6 it will be Lenderman(4.5)-Nyzhnik(4.5).
Oct-19-11  Rook e2: Not a complete list of games unfortunately. I read on the site that the game Van der Wiel - Schoorl is a special one. Where in the middle of the game it seems that pieces are randomly dropped on the board.
Oct-19-11  Hovik2009: no Armos, the hell with this tournament!
Oct-19-11  Hovik2009: sorry for the arrogance, I was born and brought up like that, can't do much about it
Oct-19-11  dx9293: Round 7:

van Kampen(4.5)-Lenderman(5)

4.5s on the next five boards.

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  parmetd: any place to see these games relayed?
Oct-20-11  Stonehenge: Here are some games:

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  parmetd: thank you stonehenge.
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  Chnebelgrind: <Rook e2> game 12 rd 6
Schoorl, Rob - Van Der Wiel
1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. Nc3 c6 4. Bc4 d6 5. Qe2 b5 6. Nxb5 d5 7. Bf4 dxc4 8. Nc7+ Kf8 9. Nxa8 Na6 10. Qxc4 Bb7 11. Nf3 Qxa8 12. O-O-O Nf6 13. Ng5 Qe8 14. d5 cxd5 15. exd5 h6 16. Nf3 Nd7 17. Rhe1 Bf6 18. d6 e6 19. Ne5 Nab8 20. Qc7 Bxg2 21.Rd3 g5 22. Nxd7+ Nxd7 23. Be3 e5 24. Ra3 Kg7 25. Rxa7 Bh3 26. Rd1 Qe6 27. Qc6 Rb8 28. Qd5 Qg4 29. b3 Qf5 30. c4 Bg4 31. Rd2 Bf3 32. Qd3 Be4 33. Qc3 Qh3 34. c5 Bc6 35. Kb2 Qxh2 36. a4 Qh1 37. b4 Qe4 38. Ka3 Nf8 39. Qb3 Bd7 40. b5 Be6 41. Qc2 Qh1 42. c6 h5 43. c7 Re8 44. b6 Bc8 45. Qb2 e4 46. Bd4 Qf3+ 47. Kb4 Nd7 48. Bxf6+ Nxf6 49. d7 Re6 50. dxc8=N e3 51. fxe3 Qxe3 52. Qc3 Qf4+ 53. Ka3 h4 54. Ne7 1-0
Oct-21-11  Rook e2: Thanks, interesting game with underpromotion, but I don't agree with the text on the website.. Last round tomorrow. I will go there live! :-)
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  HeMateMe: NYC boy Lenderman winning.
Oct-22-11  Karpova: Both Lenderman and Nyzhnyk lost their last round games. Ernst, van Kampen and Tiviskov with 7/9.
Oct-23-11  messachess: You have to look closely not to think his name is "Spike."
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