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🏆 Zurich Chess Club 200th Anniversary (2009)

Player: Michael Roiz

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. M Roiz vs F Antognini  1-0232009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryA04 Reti Opening
2. M Roiz vs R Reinaldo Castineira  1-0412009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryA04 Reti Opening
3. V Novichkov vs M Roiz  0-1742009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
4. V M Golod vs M Roiz  ½-½242009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryB18 Caro-Kann, Classical
5. M Roiz vs M Bosiocic  ½-½372009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryA17 English
6. M Roiz vs R Hess  ½-½622009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryC85 Ruy Lopez, Exchange Variation Doubly Deferred (DERLD)
7. Y Gozzoli vs M Roiz  ½-½152009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryD43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
8. M Roiz vs A Giri  ½-½212009Zurich Chess Club 200th AnniversaryD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
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Aug-14-09  percyblakeney: Kuzubov is one of all those players born in 1990, he was ahead of Carlsen in the first three lists of 2005 but had a long plateau after that.
Aug-14-09  redwhitechess: another great sicilian win by moro. gm marin bosiocic vs gm hou yifan is draw by repetition. force by black, i think from the opening black is under pressure and many pawns hanging. nice game.
Aug-14-09  Fish55: Hess is having another great tournament, just 1/2 point back at 6-2!
Aug-15-09  nuwanda:

last round is on its way, go Moro go

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Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: If Moro is awake this early anything can happen...
Aug-15-09  nuwanda: Avrukh plays fast and i'm sure these are all well known paths, but my computer already likes the white position after 9.Bxc4 Nxc4 10.e6

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Aug-15-09
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  Ladolcevita: if you dont attack,would you lose?< Yifan's game....>
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: Moro is crushing Avrukh here, unless something happens in time trouble.
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: Maybe it did, 34. dxc5 was immediately winning.
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: Moro has gone from +6 to worse in a few moves...
Aug-15-09  slomarko: i can't believe Moro missed 28.Qf6 and 34.dc5
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: It's a repeat performance of the game against Vachier-Lagrave, easy win for Avrukh now.
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: 33. ... c5 was probably just a final swindle try by Avrukh, hoping that Moro would miss that it's just to take the bishop with the rook after 34. dxc5 Bxc5 since Qd1+ Qf1 leaves black piece down with a lost position.
Aug-15-09  percyblakeney: Hou Yifan did well to finish even with Moro on 6.5 points.
Aug-15-09  redwhitechess: avruk the deserved winner. hou also finished the game with nice mating combo.
Aug-15-09  SimonWebbsTiger: I cannot help but think there is a little moral victory for the girls: Hou finished just above Giri!

I thought Moro played some truly entertaining games; but how on earth does one explain his implosion to Avrukh???

Aug-15-09  redwhitechess: will it be a play off between Avrukh and Areschenko?

after this is the Champion simuls and rapid. will the rapid game qualified to CG?

Aug-15-09
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  Ladolcevita: congrats to HouYifan!~~Not bad!~
Aug-15-09  dumbgai: There's nobody better than Moro at winning lost positions, or losing winning ones...
Aug-23-09
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  virginmind: kramnik won the rapid august 23rd event in zurich, anand 2nd, topalov 3rd...
Aug-23-09
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  cu8sfan: <virginmind: kramnik won the rapid august 23rd event in zurich, anand 2nd, topalov 3rd...> And Ponomariov was the only player in the simul that didn't lose a single half point.
Aug-23-09  DCP23: Kramnik wins the Champions Rapid in Zurich, Switzerland today:

1 Kramnik Vladimir 5
2 Anand Viswanathan 4.5
3-4 Ponomariov Ruslan, Topalov Veselin 4
5 Khalifman Alexander 3
6-8 Karpov Anatoly, Polgar Judit, Hug Werner 2.5

Official results page:

http://www.sgzurich2009-live.ch/en/...

Nov-04-13  Cemoblanca: Just visited the profile of Artur Yusupov and according to the 'NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS' section there he has participated in this tournament, but unfortunately I cannot see his name anywhere. Please take not of that. Thanks.
Nov-04-13  Karpova: <Cemoblanca>

Zurich Chess Club 200th Anniversary (2009)/Artur Yusupov

Nov-04-13  Cemoblanca: Thanks for your effort <Karpova>. :) I was a bit confused, because I didn't see his name on the list. I'll check this out now. Regards.
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