Chess

imperia

GM Tomas Likavsky Winner in Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein Open, 27th May to 4th June at Gemeindesaal Triesen

The 29th Liechtenstein International Open was held from 27th May to 4th June at Gemeindesaal Triesen in the Principality of Liechtenstein. The tournament was organized by the Liechtensteiner Schachverband and supported by S.D. Erbprinz Alois von und zu Liechtenstein.

The main Open had 84 players and six Grandmasters in the field. The prize fund is CHF 11.000, with CHF 2.000 reserved for the champion. Senior Open had 44 participants. Top prize in this group is CHF 800.

GM Tomas Likavsky from Slovakia collected 7.0 points to take a clear first place and winner’s trophy. Eight players are half a point behind on a shared second place.

In the Senior Open, IM Bhend Edwin SUI 2257, IM Pribyl Josef CZE 2333, IM Eperjesi Laszlo HUN 2177 and FM Hohler Peter SUI 2178 shared the first place with 6.5 points each.

Castle Liechtenstein

Castle in Liechtenstein

Final standings:

1. GM Likavsky Tomas SVK 2484 – 7

2. GM Hera Imre Jr HUN 2566 – 6.5

3. GM Farago Ivan HUN 2448 – 6.5

4. IM Spirin Oleg RUS 2479 – 6.5

5. GM Miezis Normunds LAT 2542 – 6.5

6. GM Sergeev Vladimir UKR 2507 – 6.5

7. GM Hort Vlastimil GER 2446 – 6.5

8. IM Haub Thorsten Michael GER 2459 – 6.5

9. IM Habibi Ali GER 2304 – 6.5

10. IM Peredy Ferenc HUN 2179 – 6

11. IM Chetverik Maxim RUS 2305 – 6

12. Matt Fabian AUT 2223 – 6

13. IM Okhotnik Vladimir FRA 2486 – 5.5

14. FM Burnier David SUI 2337 – 5.5

15. IM Kelecevic Nedeljko SUI 2279 – 5.5

16. Bezler Rainer AUT 2241 – 5.5

17. Kessler Luca AUT 2152 – 5.5

18. Partenheimer Axel GER 2200 – 5.5

19. Simon Eric GER 2098 – 5.5

20. Kuhn Thomas SUI 2240 – 5.5

21. Simon Peter GER 2159 – 5.5

22. FM Grabher Heinz AUT 2246 – 5.5

23. Poettinger Harald Dr. AUT 2198 – 5.5

24. Ronner Daniel SUI 2136 – 5.5

25. Meertens Martin NED 2172 – 5.5

26. Benes Petr CZE 2087 – 5.5

27. FM Ballon Guenther NED 2208 – 5.5

28. Maurer Fritz SUI 2165 – 5

29. Nussbaumer Vincent AUT 1784 – 5

30. Stanek Stanislav CZE 2044 – 5

31. Frick Renato LIE 2087 – 5

32. Matocha Pavel CZE 2029 – 5

33. Hofer Emilian AUT 1831 – 5

34. Diotallevi Maurizio ITA 2047 – 5

35. Proyer Enno AUT 1830 – 5

36. Marentini Marcel SUI 2012 – 4.5

37. Remensberger Paul SUI 2069 – 4.5

38. Gorse Gerard FRA 2073 – 4.5

39. Nievergelt Heinrich SUI 1966 – 4.5

40. Sarmir Milos SVK 2031 – 4.5

41. Mertens Klaus GER 2080 – 4.5

42. Laske Erich AUT 2132 – 4.5

43. Ferk Martin AUT 1939 – 4.5

44. Raddatz Michael GER 2048 – 4.5

45. Nussbaumer Leon AUT 1890 – 4.5

46. Halwachs Siegfried AUT 1919 – 4.5

47. Rous Daniel CZE 1929 – 4.5

48. Natter Markus AUT 2110 – 4.5

49. WIM Borisova Borislava SWE 2106 – 4

50. Spanton Tim R ENG 2011 – 4

51. Kessler Michaela AUT 2034 – 4

52. Plieger Josef AUT 1981 – 4

53. Kleinhenz Hans-Georg GER 1928 – 4

54. Bergen Klaus AUT 1958 – 4

55. Hehle Bernhard AUT 1894 – 4

56. Nesimovic Kemal AUT 1819 – 4

57. De Kalbermatten Adrien SUI 1855 – 4

58. Scheidegger Urs SUI 1914 – 4

59. Polzin Jens-Peter GER 1946 – 4

60. Bahl Felix AUT 1806 – 3.5

61. Baumann Kurt SUI 2004 – 3.5

62. Nussbaumer Laslo AUT 1821 – 3.5

63. Vlkovic Pavol SVK 1860 – 3.5

64. Stenek Bruno AUT 1779 – 3.5

65. Nussbaumer Patrick AUT 1626 – 3.5

66. Wagner Mario GER 1499 – 3.5

67. Meier Gerd GER 1970 – 3.5

68. Hornak Pavol SVK 1793 – 3.5

69. Schmid Jakob SUI 1802 – 3.5

70. Chiesola Elmar AUT 1832 – 3.5

71. Wulff Jens-Peter GER 1858 – 3

72. Gruber Juerg SUI 1649 – 3

73. Lachat Martin SUI 1668 – 3

74. Senthil Abhinav AUT 1296 – 3

75. Heinzelmann Herbert Dr. GER 1851 – 3

76. Ingold Willi SUI 1785 – 3

77. Neunkirchner Andreas AUT 1396 – 3

78. FM Rahls Peter GER 2263 – 2.5

79. Hoecker Horst GER 1707 – 2.5

80. Ferk Wolfgang AUT 1709 – 2.5

81. Stieger Hartmut SUI 1560 – 2.5

82. Giger Daniel SUI 1704 – 2.5

83. Di Cicco Daniela ITA 1522 – 2.5

84. Cerusico Carlo ITA 1399 – 1.5

Chess, chess news and tournaments by Chessdom © 2007 - 2013