Reykjavik Open - Games and results

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4/12/2022 – The Kvika Reykjavík Open is taking place on April 6-12 at the Harpa Conference Centre in Iceland’s capital. The event is a 9-round Swiss open with double rounds on April 7 and April 10. No fewer than 267 players have registered to participate, including a number of young rising stars. | Replay all available games with computer analysis.

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Kvika Reykjavik Open

The Kvika Reykjavík Open is taking place on April 6-12 at the Harpa Conference Centre in Iceland’s capital. The event is a 9-round Swiss open with a time control of 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes until the end of the game, with 30-second increments per move starting from move one.

No fewer than 267 players have registered to participate, including a number of young rising stars. Top seeds are Pouya Idani (Iran), Gukesh (India) and Hans Niemann (United States).

See full list of participants at Chess-Results...


Schedule (all times CEST)

  • Round 1 - April 6 at 17.00
  • Round 2 - April 7 at 11.00
  • Round 3 - April 7 at 18.00
  • Round 4 - April 8 at 17.00
  • Round 5 - April 9 at 17.00
  • Round 6 - April 10 at 11.00
  • Round 7 - April 10 at 18.00
  • Round 8 - April 11 at 18.00
  • Round 9 - April 12 at 13.00

Games from round 9

 

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Final standings

Rk. Name Pts.  TB1 
1 Praggnanandhaa R 7,5 0,0
2 Warmerdam Max 7,0 0,0
3 Andersen Mads 7,0 0,0
4 Gretarsson Hjorvar Steinn 7,0 0,0
5 Mishra Abhimanyu 7,0 0,0
6 Fier Alexandr 6,5 0,0
7 Niemann Hans Moke 6,5 0,0
  Gupta Abhijeet 6,5 0,0
9 Larkin Vladyslav 6,5 0,0
10 Korley Kassa 6,5 0,0
11 Maze Sebastien 6,5 0,0
  Clarke Brandon G I 6,5 0,0
13 Sarkar Justin 6,5 0,0
14 Yoo Christopher Woojin 6,5 0,0
15 Libiszewski Fabien 6,5 0,0

...245 players


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sivakumar R sivakumar R 4/15/2022 05:49
Congrats Praggu!
A few years back , a journalist who visited your Chennai house wrote "Praggu was watching cartoon channels on TV reminding us that he was still a kid!"
Of course, you have grown into a teen now but back home still fondly remembered as a child prodigy.
Leavenfish Leavenfish 4/12/2022 06:53
This has been fun to watch.
It's a pitting Ding Liren could not have been these to play and make up his games deficit and had to play in China against specific competition.
Perhaps... he had another VISA issue?
eric b eric b 4/10/2022 02:13
I didn't mean to post here. Sorry
Keith Homeyard Keith Homeyard 4/10/2022 01:03
eric b:- I can't say I've noticed but this one is clearly given in the introductory description.
eric b eric b 4/9/2022 11:29
Can anyone answer that question? When Chessbase posts articles on new tournaments they almost never say what the time controls will be. Speed chess? Rapid chess? Classical games? They usually give all the details except that. The time control offen determines if I'll be interested or not. I'm left searching links and official websites to find out the time control. And even then, it's still often hard to find! Frustrating.
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