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🏆 Norway Championship Rapid Playoff (2005)

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Carlsen vs S Agdestein  1-0782005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
2. S Agdestein vs Carlsen  1-0692005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffE15 Queen's Indian
3. S Agdestein vs Carlsen  ½-½802005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffE15 Queen's Indian
4. Carlsen vs S Agdestein  ½-½412005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
5. Carlsen vs S Agdestein  ½-½352005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffC09 French, Tarrasch, Open Variation, Main line
6. S Agdestein vs Carlsen 1-0492005Norway Championship Rapid PlayoffE15 Queen's Indian
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Premium Chessgames Member We now have the rapid games which were the continuation of the two live games we covered on this site, found here: Norway Championship Playoff (2005)

Congratulations to Simen Agdestein, the 2005 Norwegian Champion.

Nov-14-05  cade: I wonder how many times Carlsen will win this tourney over his entire career.
Nov-15-05  hecrmara: Is very interesting that Agdestein is actually, trainer of Magnus. Maybe he knows something the other players don┤t!!
Nov-15-05  MoonlitKnight: Poor Magnus. Last year he played 1-1 in the playoff against ěstenstad and lost, since the rules stated that the player with the weakest tie breaks in the tournament would win in the event of a drawn playoff. This year he had better tie breaks than Agdestein, but the rules had been changed since last year, so his 1-1 result here in the playoff was not enough. Thus, he will never beat Agdestein's record of the youngest Norwegian champion ever. I'll bet he'll win next year, though.
Nov-15-05  aszxcv: teacher schools pupil
.btw man this kid in six years of learning chess is 2600+. how he do it study chess night and day?
Nov-21-05  Onyingo: Carlsen will be hard to beat in two year's time...indeed I see a future world champion in this highly tactical player!

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