Lila Futo August 2014 Rd6

Final Standings

Halak, Miklos took clear first with 5.5/6. Unrated Alkire, Brian(USA) did very well to finish with 4/6.

Rank Név ÉLŐ Orsz age Pont ratP W-We ÉLŐ +/-
1 Halak Miklos 2197 HUN 21 2299 0,58 12
2 Fodre Sandor 2129 HUN 61 2131 0,34 7
3 Piroska Istvan 2163 HUN 57 1907 -0,56 -11
4 Karpati Bank 1875 HUN 19 1712 0,26 5
5 Bakk Zoltan 2078 HUN 39 4 1802 0,03 1
6 Sarmasi Peter 1703 HUN 27 4 1793 1,37 27
7 Paksi Gyula 1926 HUN 60 4 1766 -0,35 -7
8 Szendeff Miklos 1867 HUN 62 4 1774 -0,03 -1
9 Alkire Brian James 0 USA 26 4 1965
10 Sulcz Istvan 1926 HUN 46 4 1778 -0,24 -5
11 Szurkos Andras 1775 HUN 73 1709 0,17 3
12 Szoukup Helga 1901 HUN 36 3 1901 0,27 5
13 Fabian Lakos Csaba 1849 HUN 53 3 1811 0,32 6
14 Vecsernyes Norbert 1915 HUN 22 3 1848 -0,29 -6
15 Marcu Simon 1877 SVK 40 3 1534 -0,13 -3
16 Szoukup Istvan 1773 HUN 66 3 1708 0,08 2
17 Gyenes Mate 1246 HUN 9 3 1746 2,42 97
18 Kovacs K. Arpad 1933 HUN 60 3 1701 -1,53 -31
19 Szucs Edina 1583 HUN 14 3 1485 -0,69 -28
20 Reviczki Roland 1346 HUN 10 3 1478 -0,09 -4
21 Szoukup Istvan Jr. 1633 HUN 37 3 1507 0,11 4
22 Fabian Laszlo 1668 GER 72 1574 -0,82 -16
23 Rehak Mark 0 HUN 12 1389
24 Virag Balint 1334 HUN 10 2 1644 1,30 52
25 Csajbok Levente Tamas 1319 HUN 11 2 1613 1,30 52
26 Szoukup Istvan Jr. 1044 HUN 10 2 1404 0,53 21
27 Gyombolai Balint 1553 HUN 33 2 1353 -1,14 -23
28 Kiss Akos 1445 HUN 10 2 1361 -0,93 -37
29 Laskai Botond 0 HUN 9 1337
30 Toth Antal 1585 HUN 75 1 1314 -0,42 -8
31 Videki Imre 1564 HUN 57 1 630 -0,97 -19
32 Czipp Janos 1382 HUN 67 1 722 -0,89 -18
33 Hetenyi Geza 2040 HUN 64 0 0
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Posted on September 1, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. He did very well. but “won”‘ a round #5 game in which from move 10 to move 28 he was hopelessly lost (5-6 pawns), when Black eventually blundered into a simple mate-in-two out of the blue, on move 29, with plenty of time on the clock.
    (While has 18 minutes left and White has only 1-2… So, it was competely inexplicable.) Besides, that was the very first time that White had had any threats over the whole game…
    Here is the PGN:
    http://www.mediafire.com/view/1m91ca3azsxuk3d/Alkire-Bakk_(_headers).pgn

  2. I mean, Black had 18 minutes and White had only 1-2, so time-trouble couldn’t be the reason for the blunder. Black had all the time in the world when he overlooked the capture of the e5-pawn with check.

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