Xmas Hampstead Chess Bonanza


 
Brambles Masters, 15-23 December  A database of games is here.  

1st = GM Alexandr Fier (Brazil) and IM Jinshi Bai (China) both scored 7/9 and won £900 each.  
3rd - GM Tamas Fodor (HUN) 6/9 won £500.
4th = GM Jahongir Vakhidov (UZB), GM Bogdan Lalic (CRO) and IM David Eggleston (ENG) scored 5.5/9 and won £200 each.

Pictures from final round: http://tinyurl.com/Brambles2014 thanks to Brendan O'Gorman!

24th Hampstead: Under 2200, 20-21 December: 1st: Brian MacReamoinn 5/5, £200, 2nd: Valentin Gaudeau 4.5/5, £100. Rating 1: Dion Huang 3.5/5, £80.00 Rating 2: Aditya Verma 2.5/5, £80.00

Brambles Under 2200, 15-19 December (11am to 2pm Monday to Friday): 1st Ben Keohane & V Halagannavar, Akshay 4/5 and £150.00 each. Under 1800 rating prize of £80.00 to Bin-Suhayl, Ieysaa with 3/5.

Thanks to Jacques Parry for game entry!

Please note that pairings and results are published online as a service to players, and they are always provisional, errors and omissions excepted.


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Final Results: 29-30 November Hampstead Under 2200 PLUS announcing an EXTRA Christmas event!

Here are the final results of this weekend's tournament


1st: Gayan Peiris 4.5/5£200.00
2nd= Jaunooby, Ali 4/5£17.00
2nd= Prior, Stephen CV 4/5£17.00
2nd=Gaudeau, Valentin 4/5£17.00
2nd= Kalavannan, Koby 4/5£17.00
2nd= Anbukumar, Hajane 4/5£17.00
2nd= Haridas, Girinath 4/5£17.00
Rating 1: Brozel, Sacha 3.5/5£80.00
Rating 2: Murugesh,Kishore 3/5£80.00

The next Hampstead weekend Congress is on 20-21 December.  We are quickly filling up, so get your entry in SOON!

At a nearby venue, Heathside School in Heath Street (not very far away from the tube - did you know that Hampstead Underground used to be called Heath Street?), I am running an International 2200+ tournament from 15-23 December. 

At that venue we have decided to host an extra Under 2200 event during the week of Monday 15 - Friday 19 December - the games are from 11am to 2pm daily, there are five rounds and the time control is the usual all in 60 minutes plus 30 seconds a move. Interested?