|Hasselbacken Open (2016)|
The 2016 Hasselbacken Open (30 April - 8 May) celebrated the 150th anniversary of the founding of Stockholms Schacksällskap (Stockholm Chess Club) in 1866. Scandic Hotel Hasselbacken was the tournament's host and main sponsor.
Two players - top seed Dmitry Andreikin of Russia, and Baskaran Adhiban of India - scored 7.5/9, winning their last-round games to break a ten-way tie at the top of the table. Andreikin won first prize based on tie-break criterion 1 (better Median-Buchholz score). Eleven players finished half a point behind the top two, Ilya Smirin having the best tie-break score; this group also included young talents Jorden van Foreest and Awonder Liang.
Official site: http://hasselbackenchessopen.se/?la...
Pairings, results and standings: http://chess-results.com/tnr176071....
Regulations: 9-round Swiss open tournament; 100 minutes for the first 40 moves, 50 minutes for the next 20 moves and 10 minutes for the rest of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1. Draw agreements not allowed before move 31.
Prizes: 50,000 SEK (~6,250 USD) for the winner; 25,000 SEK for the runner-up; about 300,000 SEK in total.
Tie-break criteria: 1. Median-Buchholz; 2. most games with black; 3. most wins.
| page 1 of 22; games 1-25 of 527
|1. B Petersson vs L Stark
|| ||0-1||35||2016||Hasselbacken Open||C00 French Defense|
|2. Rozentalis vs Frans Smits
|| ||1-0||47||2016||Hasselbacken Open||C05 French, Tarrasch|
|3. R Dahlstrom vs S Sevian
|| ||0-1||42||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A28 English|
|4. A Goganov vs Hussein Muganlinskij
|| ||1-0||24||2016||Hasselbacken Open||D11 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|5. N Brunner vs S Degerfeldt
|| ||1-0||39||2016||Hasselbacken Open||D43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav|
|6. S Maze vs A Subramanian
||1-0||19||2016||Hasselbacken Open||C65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense|
|7. Alexander Janse vs Landa
|| ||0-1||30||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B28 Sicilian, O'Kelly Variation|
|8. V Onischuk vs Isak Storme
|| ||1-0||72||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B70 Sicilian, Dragon Variation|
|9. Peter Korning vs A Bachmann
|| ||0-1||35||2016||Hasselbacken Open||C69 Ruy Lopez, Exchange, Gligoric Variation|
|10. S Mareco vs S Marder
||1-0||24||2016||Hasselbacken Open||D07 Queen's Gambit Declined, Chigorin Defense|
|11. Anton Darnell vs Sasikiran
|| ||0-1||43||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A62 Benoni, Fianchetto Variation|
|12. F Bjorkman vs B Predojevic
|| ||0-1||52||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B22 Sicilian, Alapin|
|13. S P Sethuraman vs A Fossan
|| ||1-0||29||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B12 Caro-Kann Defense|
|14. P Broden vs Stefansson
|| ||0-1||20||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A15 English|
|15. A Donchenko vs Joakim Sparv
|| ||1-0||26||2016||Hasselbacken Open||E10 Queen's Pawn Game|
|16. V S Gujrathi vs Joerg-Martin Schultze
||1-0||29||2016||Hasselbacken Open||E01 Catalan, Closed|
|17. J Mehringer vs E Vorobiov
|| ||0-1||32||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B20 Sicilian|
|18. V Burmakin vs Thomas Franzen
|| ||1-0||35||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A05 Reti Opening|
|19. A Cramling Bellon vs J van Foreest
|| ||0-1||37||2016||Hasselbacken Open||D16 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|20. S Bruchmann vs Andy Fang
|| ||1-0||34||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B27 Sicilian|
|21. P Green vs A Greenfeld
|| ||0-1||26||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A43 Old Benoni|
|22. F Libiszewski vs Henrik Bostrom
|| ||1-0||38||2016||Hasselbacken Open||B30 Sicilian|
|23. J Verendel vs V M Mikhalevski
|| ||0-1||36||2016||Hasselbacken Open||D80 Grunfeld|
|24. E Blomqvist vs V Zemlicka
|| ||1-0||49||2016||Hasselbacken Open||C78 Ruy Lopez|
|25. H B Kyrkjebo vs Axel Smith
|| ||0-1||35||2016||Hasselbacken Open||A07 King's Indian Attack|
| page 1 of 22; games 1-25 of 527
|May-01-16|| ||Clemens Scheitz: Poor Kumar, was lost in only 17 moves against Postny. I know it's silly but it reminded me of Harold and Kumar "are those my scissors scene"
|May-02-16|| ||notyetagm: <Clemens Scheitz: Poor Kumar, was lost in only 17 moves against Postny>|
Losing in 17(!) moves with White is a catastrophe.
Rahul Kumar vs E Postny, 2016
17 ... ♘f5-e3 0-1
click for larger view
|May-02-16|| ||suenteus po 147: Sam Sevian is off to a good start with +3 -0 =0. I'd be interested in seeing a showdown between him and Shirov.|
|May-02-16|| ||Howard: I've been following Sevian's career ever since seeing him at the 2014 Foxwoods Open, when he was only 13. I didn't meet him, but he seemed pretty articulate for someone his age.|
|May-03-16|| ||notyetagm: <suenteus po 147: Sam Sevian is off to a good start with +3 -0 =0. I'd be interested in seeing a showdown between him and Shirov.>|
Round 5: Shirov vs Sevian
|May-04-16|| ||Howard: Alert !!!!!
Sevian BEAT Shirov in Round 5----it was not a "draw" like Chessgames.com states.
Want proof ? Look at the final position, and try to keep from laughing at the notion that it's a
|May-04-16|| ||Chessgames Bookie: ♔♔ ANNOUNCEMENT ♔♔
The 2016 ChessBookie Spring Leg starts today with betting on round 6 of the Hasselbacken Open - place your bets and experience the dizzying highs, the terrifying lows and the creamy middles that come with winning and losing play-money! At the end of the leg in July, the top player will receive a prize (traditionally, a free year of Chessgames premium membership), and the top 10 will qualify with a bonus for the next ChessBookie Championship Leg in early 2017.
Today's betting markets:
Hasselbacken Open rd 6: Andreikin (2736) - Sethuraman (2658)
Hasselbacken Open rd 6: Sevian (2589) - V. Onischuk (2620)
Hasselbacken Open rd 6: Mikhalevski (2516) - Postny (2673)
Hasselbacken Open rd 6: Ziegler (2296) - Shirov (2686)
Hasselbacken Open rd 6: Daily Double
New players can learn more about the game at the ChessBookie Game Help Page. Don't be afraid to place your bets - you have nothing to lose but play-money, and while those who bet may not win, those who don't bet are guaranteed not to.
If you win, keep going and be the envy of everyone behind you in the standings! If you have an unlucky start or miss the first rounds, don't worry; the leg is long, and you can still catch up with the early leaders.
Good luck everybody, and have fun!
|May-05-16|| ||PawnSac: Evgeny Postny vs Bengt Sjodin
Hasselbacken Open (2016) · English Opening: English Defense. General (A10) · 1-0
was also a quick one. 15 moves!
|May-06-16|| ||PawnSac: hey chessgames!
there are two duplicated games in the top two players.
Hannes Stefansson 6/7 (+5 -0 =2) [view games]
Axel Smith 5.5/7 (+4 -0 =3) [view games]
they each have a duplicated game for a total of 7, while all else have 6
|May-06-16|| ||waustad: Pia Cramling gave a lecture and her husband, daughter and brother are playing.|
|May-07-16|| ||Chessgames Bookie: One round to go, and ten players share the lead with 6.5/8... who will win? Place your bets:|
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: Predojevic (2654) - Andreikin (2736)
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: Vidit (2648) - Z. Almasi (2682)
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: J. van Foreest (2551) - Tkachiev (2660)
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: Greenfeld (2541) - Smirin (2665)
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: Daily Double
Hasselbacken Open rd 9: Logjam Special
|May-08-16|| ||Bratek: I wonder what Logjam Special is.I hear of Logjam for the first time in my life .Is it some variant of chess like Fisher's.Could someone please enlighten me!|
|May-08-16|| ||Chessgames Bookie: <Bratek> That was just the "what happens to the ten-way logjam at the top of the table?" special; ten players shared the lead with 6.5/8 with one round to go.|
|May-08-16|| ||PawnSac: < Chessgames Bookie: >|
So then we have a two way tie for first
(Andreikin and Adhiban) and an eight-way tie for 2nd. Stefansson's score is actually 6.5/9 and Axle Smith is 4.5/7 and we're missing two games from him?
|May-08-16|| ||Chessgames Bookie: <PawnSac> Adhiban and Andreikin were the only players to score 7.5/9, yes. As noted in the intro, 11 players finished with 7.0/9; many games played on lower boards are currently missing, and Gujrathi Vidit Santosh needs to be merged with Santosh Gujrathi Vidit.|
Chess-Results has the full final standings: http://chess-results.com/tnr176071....
|May-10-16|| ||PawnSac: < Chessgames Bookie: >|
Hey thanks for the link! wow, 11 way tie for 2nd. With that many players in an open format it becomes a feeding frenzy! LOL
|May-15-16|| ||Mr. V: But of the two first place finishers, who won more beautifully?
A Goganov vs B Adhiban, 2016
D Andreikin vs S P Sethuraman, 2016
|Sep-17-17|| ||Tabanus: Standings updated for the 50 players with 6 points or more. Three duplicate games were found, and one wrong game result (correction slips sent). The mysterious 5-mover E Thorn vs V Mikhalevski, 2016 I requested deleted, as the two did not play each other (in Chess-Results).|
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