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Sergei Movsesian Chess960 Rapid World Championship
GM Sergei Movsesian - FiNet Open 2.Sieger 2008
28.-30. Juli 2009, 18:30 Uhr, Rheingoldhalle Mainz

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July 27- Aug 2nd, 2009 Rheingoldhalle, Mainz
Chess Classic Mainz 2009 (CCM9)
14. GRENKELEASING Rapid World Championship
GM V. Anand, GM L. Aronian, GM I. Nepomniachtchi, GM A. Naiditsch







     











  






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14. GRENKELEASING Rapid World Championship
31st July-2nd August 2009

Rapid Chess
20min / game + 5s / move

Course of events
Fri, 7/31: first rounds 1, 2 and 3
Sat, 8/1: second rounds 4, 5 and 6, possibly Tiebreak
Sun, 8/2: 4-game match big and small final, possibly Tiebreak, award ceremony

Start time of rounds
18:30 h, 19:30 h, 20:30 h
Final additionally: 21:30 h

Participants:

Viswanathan AnandViswanathan Anand
Fide World Champion 2000-2002
Sole World Champion since 9/30, 2007 in Mexiko
11-fold Chess Classic Winner
Rapid Chess World Champion 2000-2008
GM, India
Elo 2783, No. 2 World ranking
IPS 2815, No. 2 Chess960 World ranking
Levon AronianLevon Aronian
Chess960 World Champion
GM, Armenia
Elo 2754, No. 6 World ranking
IPS 2800, No. 2 Chess960 World ranking
Ian NepomniachtchiIan Nepomniachtchi
ORDIX Open Winner 2008
GM, Russia
Elo 2628, No. 113 World Ranking
Elo 2650, No. 41 Chess960 World Champion
Arkadij NaiditschArkadij Naiditsch
Best German
GM, Germany
Elo 2710, No. 26 World Ranking
IPS 2662, No. 27 Chess960 World ranking

Caption:
Elo: Arpad Elo (Inventor of Fide Rating System)

Games:
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Result:
GM Levon Aronian wins the rapid computer world championship in front of GM Ian Nepomniachtchi. GM Viswanathan Anand and Arkadij Naiditsch came in third.


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