Bobby Fischer Memorial 2010 Chess960

Round One

BoardPlayer OneGameTie BreakPlayer Two
1 miriskra 1Primary Game Schaakmaatje
 1Tie-break Game
2 Naoki_M  Bye
  
3 kynoceros 1Tie-break Game maro
 1Primary Game
4 XTC 1Primary Game palaciorep
 1Tie-break Game
5 Number34 1Tie-break Game MOIMOI
 1Primary Game
6 Lanaroon  Bye
  
7 Trener 1Tie-break Game Chessic
 1Primary Game
8 BigDaddy 0Primary Game bartleby en passant
 0DTie-break Game
9 aliwood 0Primary Game Dan Bray
 0Tie-break Game
10 Greg Magne  Bye
  
11 thebirdolux 1Primary Game lame wolf
 1Tie-break Game
12 Clive Everill ½Primary Game Wojciech Langer
 0Tie-break Game
13Bye  Bye
  
14Bye  Bye
  
15 Darkside of the Rook ½Tie-break Game Quirine
 1Primary Game
16 PumpkinFace 1Tie-break Game mochiron
 1Primary Game

Round Two

BoardPlayer OneGameTie BreakPlayer Two
1 miriskra 1Tie-break Game Naoki_M
 1Primary Game
2 kynoceros 0Tie-break Game XTC
 0Primary Game
3 Number34 1Tie-break Game Lanaroon
 1Primary Game
4 Trener 1Tie-break Game bartleby en passant
 1Primary Game
5 Dan Bray 0DTie-break Game Greg Magne
 0DPrimary Game
6 thebirdolux 1Tie-break Game Wojciech Langer
 1Primary Game
7Bye  Bye
  
8 Darkside of the Rook 1Tie-break Game PumpkinFace
 1Primary Game

Quarter-Finals

BoardPlayer OneGameTie BreakPlayer Two
1 miriskra 0Tie-break Game XTC
 1Primary Game
2 Number34 1Primary Game Trener
 1Tie-break Game
3 Greg Magne 0Tie-break Game thebirdolux
 0Primary Game
4Bye   Darkside of the Rook
  

Semi-Finals

BoardPlayer OneGameTie BreakPlayer Two
1  miriskra 0Primary Game  Number34
 0Tie-break Game
2  thebirdolux 1DTie-break Game  Darkside of the Rook
 1DPrimary Game

Final

BoardPlayer OneGameTie BreakPlayer Two
1  Number34 0Primary Game  thebirdolux
 0Tie-break Game

About Tournament

Rest in Peace Bobby Fischer (b. 1943 - d. 2008)

Robert James Fischer is considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time. He was born in Chicago, USA in 1943 and brought up in Brooklyn where his mother moved after she was divorced in 1945. He learned to play chess at the age of 6 and soon became deeply absorbed in the game saying "All I want to do, ever, is play chess." At the age of 13 he became the youngest national junior chess champion in the USA and at the age of 14 he became the youngest senior US Champion. In 1958, at the age of 15, he became the youngest Grandmaster in the history of chess.

On September 1, 1972 Bobby became world champion after winning 7 games, drawing eleven games, and losing three games (1 on forfeit). Fischer received $160,000 for his efforts and another $40,000 in royalties. Bobby Fischer's last published USCF rating was 2810. His FIDE rating was 2785. On April 3, 1975 Bobby Fischer forfeited his title as world Chess Champion to Anatoly Karpov without playing a single Chess game since winning the world championship.

Tournament Details

  • This is a knockout tournament.
  • The primary and tiebreak games are assigned at random and hidden until both are completed.
  • This is a public mini-tournament, which means that it is open to all players meeting any criteria listed here.
  • Please note that this is a Chess Variant tournament, all games will be played under 'Chess960' rules - please do not enter unless you wish to play this chess variant.
  • The time control is 'Standard' (30 days + 1 day/move, max 45 days).
  • This mini-tournament was started by miriskra.
  • Games will be started before the closing date, as new players join the tournament.

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Games

Greg Magne
Black defaulted
Dan Bray
7/15/2010
Dan Bray
White defaulted
Greg Magne
7/15/2010
XTC
White win
kynoceros
8/15/2010
kynoceros
Black win
XTC
8/17/2010
XTC
Black win
miriskra
12/4/2010
miriskra
Black win
XTC
11/24/2010

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