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🏆 ICC Open (2016)

  PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games)
Magnus Carlsen, Alexander Grischuk, Dmitry Andreikin, Vladimir Fedoseev, Daniil Dubov, Olexandr Bortnyk, Federico Perez Ponsa, Carlos Antonio Hevia Alejano Chess Event Description
ICC Open (2016)

The final section of the 2016 ICC Open was an eight-player 3 0 knockout tournament, played online at the Internet Chess Club (ICC) on June 5. Players qualified for the finals through four 11-round Swiss System qualifiers, held on June 3 and June 4.


Q1: 1. Dmitry Andreikin (Vladimirovich) 10.0/11; 2. Vladimir Fedoseev (FedoseevVl95) 9.0

Q2: 1. Magnus Carlsen (stoptryharding) 9.5/11; 2. Carlos Antonio Hevia Alejano (chessasuke91) 9.5

Q3: 1. Daniil Dubov (BlitzorDDD) 9.5/11; 2. Alexander Grischuk (depressnyak) 9.5

Q4: 1. Federico Perez Ponsa (Federicov) 9.5/11; 2. Oleksandr Bortnyk (BlackHorse96) 9.5


Carlsen 2.5 Hevia 0.5 Carlsen 1.5 Grischuk 5.0 Grischuk 2.5 Bortnyk 3.0 Grischuk 4.0 Andreikin 3.0 Andreikin 2.0 Dubov 1.0 Andreikin 2.5 Fedoseev 0.5 Perez 1.5 Perez 2.5

Prizes: 1. Grischuk $3,500; 2. Andreikin $1,500; 3-4. Carlsen and Perez $600; 5-8. Fedoseev, Bortnyk, Dubov and Hevia $325.

More details:

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 32  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. C A Hevia Alejano vs Carlsen 0-1292016ICC OpenB96 Sicilian, Najdorf
2. Grischuk vs O Bortnyk  1-0502016ICC OpenB04 Alekhine's Defense, Modern
3. F Perez Ponsa vs D Andreikin  ½-½942016ICC OpenB18 Caro-Kann, Classical
4. Grischuk vs Carlsen 1-0482016ICC OpenC65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense
5. D Andreikin vs F Perez Ponsa  1-0662016ICC OpenA48 King's Indian
6. Carlsen vs Grischuk  1-0432016ICC OpenB10 Caro-Kann
7. Grischuk vs Carlsen  ½-½332016ICC OpenD44 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
8. F Perez Ponsa vs D Andreikin  1-0562016ICC OpenB18 Caro-Kann, Classical
9. D Andreikin vs F Perez Ponsa  1-0472016ICC OpenA45 Queen's Pawn Game
10. Carlsen vs Grischuk 0-1912016ICC OpenB51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
11. Grischuk vs D Andreikin 0-1502016ICC OpenB12 Caro-Kann Defense
12. D Andreikin vs Grischuk  0-1362016ICC OpenA45 Queen's Pawn Game
13. Grischuk vs D Andreikin  1-0352016ICC OpenB12 Caro-Kann Defense
14. D Andreikin vs Grischuk  1-0362016ICC OpenA48 King's Indian
15. Grischuk vs D Andreikin  1-0652016ICC OpenA42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
16. O Bortnyk vs Grischuk  0-1362016ICC OpenB10 Caro-Kann
17. Grischuk vs O Bortnyk 1-0502016ICC OpenC02 French, Advance
18. O Bortnyk vs Grischuk  0-1442016ICC OpenA45 Queen's Pawn Game
19. F Perez Ponsa vs V Fedoseev  ½-½542016ICC OpenA42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
20. D Dubov vs D Andreikin  1-0662016ICC OpenA09 Reti Opening
21. Carlsen vs C A Hevia Alejano  ½-½412016ICC OpenA40 Queen's Pawn Game
22. V Fedoseev vs F Perez Ponsa  0-1642016ICC OpenA39 English, Symmetrical, Main line with d4
23. D Andreikin vs D Dubov  1-0672016ICC OpenB48 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
24. Grischuk vs O Bortnyk 0-11332016ICC OpenA04 Reti Opening
25. O Bortnyk vs Grischuk  1-0372016ICC OpenB10 Caro-Kann
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-06-16  chesslearner1991: Grischuk's fourth game with Carlsen is brilliant. From a losing position to a beautiful win.

Checkmating the World Champ with black pieces that too when he had less than a

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  JointheArmy: What is the format of this tournament? Links?
Jun-07-16  Illogic: It was a eight-player single-elimination bracket, with 3-minute blitz games played on ICC
Aug-18-16  Mr. V: Nice to see Andreikin playing again, but he's probably here only because this doesn't require him to leave his house.
Aug-18-16  notyetagm: <Mr. V: Nice to see Andreikin playing again, but he's probably here only because this doesn't require him to leave his house.>

Yep, he was probably playing online poker at the same time.

Aug-18-16  Mr. V: Which explains why he lost. If had been focusing he would've gone undefeated :)
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