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🏆 Unive Open (2013)

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Maxim Rodshtein, Jorden van Foreest, Michal Vladimirovich Krasenkow, Erwin L'Ami, Alexander Donchenko, Sipke Ernst, Viktor Petrovich Moskalenko, Dennis Wagner, Jan-Christian Schroeder, Felix Leonidovich Levin, Stewart Haslinger, Lucas van Foreest, Filip Pancevski, Thomas Beerdsen, Valentin Buckels, Mark A Berkovich, Willy Hendriks, Tania Sachdev, Pieter Hopman, Etienne Goudriaan, Leon David Piasetski, Tycho Dijkhuis, Fabian Englert, Jasel Lopez, Fred Slingerland, Rudy van Wessel, Robert Baskin, Migchiel de Jong, Demre Kerigan, Jan Rooze, Luuk van Kooten, Menno Okkes, Lars Vereggen, Arno Bezemer, Gerhard Lorscheid, Zyon Kollen, Bonno Pel, Robin Lecomte, Henk van der Poel, Michael Wunnink, Jaap Vogel, Tom Bottema, Alje Hovenga, Tjark Vos, Adrian H P Clemens, Christopher Brookes, Sven Dijkhuis, Peter Hulshof, Ilena Krasenkova, Marijn den Hartog, Lars Vistisen, Daniil Kolodkin, Lorena Zepeda, Jan van der Veen, Erik Schoehuijs, Kai Jie Edward Lee, Geon Knol, Christian Martinello, Stijn Gieben, Rudolf Potze, Osama Sadallah, Richard V Hendriks, Dick Stavast, Ron Hoffman, Paul Hummel, Jorgen Henseler, Robert Klomp, Pierre Smeets, Symon Algera, Boris De Jonge, Francis Lesman, Caroline Slingerland, Ronald J E Ritsema, Arie van Wageningen, Anton Bakels, Jerzy Cebula, Robin Bos Chess Event Description
Unive Open (2013)

The Unive Open was played in Hoogeveen, the Netherlands 18-26 October, as part of the 17th Unive Chess Festival (2013). Maxim Rodshtein took clear first with 7.5/9, ahead of Viktor Moskalenko and Erwin L'Ami (7/9). Final standings table:

See also Unive Crown Group (2013).

 page 1 of 14; games 1-25 of 336  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. R Bos vs R Baskin  0-1242013Unive OpenB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
2. F Slingerland vs D Stavast 1-0262013Unive OpenC41 Philidor Defense
3. J Henseler vs M de Jong  0-1542013Unive OpenB42 Sicilian, Kan
4. R Hendriks vs J Rooze  ½-½802013Unive OpenB47 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation
5. J C Schroeder vs R Klomp  1-0182013Unive OpenC02 French, Advance
6. T Beerdsen vs M Berkovich 1-0292013Unive OpenC78 Ruy Lopez
7. L van Kooten vs S Algera  1-0192013Unive OpenA52 Budapest Gambit
8. Francis Lesman vs R van Wessel  1-0732013Unive OpenA57 Benko Gambit
9. W Hendriks vs R Potze  1-0412013Unive OpenB30 Sicilian
10. O Sadallah vs E Goudriaan  0-1522013Unive OpenA46 Queen's Pawn Game
11. T Sachdev vs T Bottema  1-0732013Unive OpenA42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
12. L van Foreest vs A Donchenko 0-1182013Unive OpenD20 Queen's Gambit Accepted
13. C Slingerland vs P Hopman  0-1402013Unive OpenB07 Pirc
14. A Bezemer vs P Smeets  1-0352013Unive OpenD18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
15. J Vogel vs S Dijkhuis  ½-½182013Unive OpenA49 King's Indian, Fianchetto without c4
16. Z Kollen vs D Kolodkin  ½-½422013Unive OpenB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
17. M den Hartog vs P Hulshof  0-1332013Unive OpenB06 Robatsch
18. A Clemens vs J Cebula  ½-½702013Unive OpenA60 Benoni Defense
19. B De Jonge vs G Lorscheid  0-1282013Unive OpenB06 Robatsch
20. T Dijkhuis vs R Ritsema  1-0512013Unive OpenC18 French, Winawer
21. H van der Poel vs A van Wageningen  0-1582013Unive OpenC14 French, Classical
22. R Lecomte vs D Kerigan  0-1352013Unive OpenE90 King's Indian
23. F Englert vs A Bakels  1-0362013Unive OpenA16 English
24. L Piasetski vs J van der Veen  1-0352013Unive OpenE90 King's Indian
25. V Buckels vs J van Foreest  0-1402013Unive OpenD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
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