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V4 Int Open ch-SVK 2013 Rd9-GM Banusz,T(HUN)

Official Site and Gallery
IM Krnan,Tomas(CAN) took clear first with 7.5/9. Hungarians GM Banusz and IM Nagy,Gabor were right behind in a group with 7/9.

Krnan was 2.5/4 against the GMs he faced.

More on Banska Stiavnica-Host of the V4 Int Open Ch



Hungarian Results
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Rk. Name FED FIDE Pts. rtg+/-
2 GM Banusz Tamas HUN 2588 7 6.6
7 IM Nagy Gabor HUN 2449 7 3.7
9 IM Bokros Albert HUN 2439 6.5 5.8
11 FM Korpa Bence HUN 2308 6.5 20.7
14 GM Fodor Tamas Jr. HUN 2455 6.5 -4
15 FM Gledura Benjamin HUN 2421 6.5 -7
18 IM Aczel Gergely HUN 2451 6 -8.2
19 Nemeth Denes HUN 2257 6 27
75 WIM Horvath Julia HUN 2183 4.5 3.2
90 Rabovszky Gyorgy HUN 1923 4.5 13.9
92 FM Pesztericz Laszlo HUN 2132 4.5 -27.5
99 Lovas Miklos HUN 1975 4.5 -7.3

Winner IM Krnan’s(CAN) Results by Round
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Rd. Name FIDE FED Pts. Res.
1 Sosovicka Matej 2102 SVK 5.5 s 1
2 Juhar Roman 2213 SVK 5 w 1
3 Oszczanowski Witold 1936 POL 5 s 1
4 GM Markos Jan 2580 SVK 7 w ½
5 IM Repkova Eva 2374 SVK 6 s 1
6 IM Pacher Milan 2455 SVK 6 w 1
7 GM Petrik Tomas 2512 SVK 6.5 w 1
8 GM Banusz Tamas 2588 HUN 7 s ½
9 GM Michalik Peter 2579 SVK 7 w ½



Overall Standings
IM Krnan,Tomas(CAN) took clear first with 7.5/9. Hungarians GM Banusz and IM Nagy,Gabor were right behind in a group with 7/9.

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Rk. Name FED FIDE Pts. rtg+/-
1 IM Krnan Tomas CAN 2411 7.5 27.8
3 GM Michalik Peter SVK 2579 7 4.1
4 GM Markos Jan SVK 2580 7 4.2
5 Repka Christopher SVK 2361 7 20.4
2 GM Banusz Tamas HUN 2588 7 6.6
7 IM Nagy Gabor HUN 2449 7 3.7
6 IM Cernousek Lukas CZE 2454 7 2.8
8 GM Petrik Tomas SVK 2512 6.5 -1.6
12 FM Vojtek Vladimir SVK 2278 6.5 19.6
13 IM Lanc Alois SVK 2369 6.5 -6.4
10 IM Leniart Arkadiusz POL 2473 6.5 -3.5
9 IM Bokros Albert HUN 2439 6.5 5.8
11 FM Korpa Bence HUN 2308 6.5 20.7
14 GM Fodor Tamas Jr. HUN 2455 6.5 -4
15 FM Gledura Benjamin HUN 2421 6.5 -7


Here is GM Banusz’s rd5 game

Likavsky,Tomas (2458) – Banusz,Tamas (2588)
Slav 4.e3 Bf5 5.Nc3 e6 6.Nh4 Bg6 [D12]
V4 Int Open ch-SVK 2013
Banska Stiavnica (5.1), 10.07.2013

Position 1
Material is even and both sides attack each other’s pawns. What do you recommend for black?

Black to Play

36.Qxa6


Here is IM Krnan’s rd7 game with GM Petrik

Krnan,Tomas (2411) – Petrik,Tomas (2512)
French Winawer [C16]
V4 OPEN
International Championship of Banska Stiavnica (7.2), 12.07.2013


Position 1
The position is tense. What do you recommend for white?

White to Play

25…Qg8
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30th Ciocaltea Mem 2013-GM Fodor,T(HUN)

TWIC 959
Victor Ciocâltea Memorial Tournament
Victor Ciocâltea was many times Romanian champion.

Biography Victor Ciocâltea Wikipedia

Ciocâltea was Romanian Champion in 1952, 1959, 1961, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975, and 1979. He played for Romania in eleven Chess Olympiads from 1956 to 1982.

Victor Ciocâltea


He was a participant of four zonal FIDE tournaments (1954–1982) and many international tournaments. 

Ciocâltea died at the chess table, while playing a chess game at a Spanish tournament in September 1983.


In the feature game, Hajbok,R got the better of GM Fodor,T jr with strong positional pressure. 


22…Qf8


Hajbok used the original regrouping 23.Nb1!?( with the idea of Nd2-f3 etc) and followed up nicely in a BB vs.BN ending.

Hajbok,R (2339) – Fodor,T jr (2503)
Italian 6.h3 h6[C50]
30th Ciocaltea Mem 2013 Bucharest ROU (10.5), 24.03.2013

Position 1

White’s bishops are a dominating force. How should white continue?

White to Play

34…Nxg7