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The 22nd Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship took place at Denksportcentrum Leiden. It was an eleven round swiss tournament at two consecutive week ends, October 19-20 and 26-27, 2002. Chess Tiger's third title in a row, operated by book author Jeroen Noomen and Hans van der Zijden.

Final Standing

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Program
CC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
P
SOS
SoDOS
1
Chess Tiger
FR
8w1
4b½
6w1
7b1
2b1
5w1
3w1
10b½
12b1
9w1
11b1
10
71
64½
2
The King
NL
12w1
9b1
3w1
5b½
1w0
4w1
7b1
6b1
11w1
8b1
10w½
9
72
55½
3
Diep
NL
11b1
13w1
2b0
6w1
4b0
7w1
1b0
5w1
8b1
10w1
14b1
8
67½
41
4
Deep Sjeng
BE
7b1
1w½
5b0
14w1
3w1
2b0
8w1
9b0
6w1
16b1
12b1

66
38½
5
Insomniac
US
15w1
6b½
4w1
2w½
8b1
1b0
9w1
3b0
16w1
12w1
7b½

66
37
6
IsiChess
DE
10b1
5w½
1b0
3b0
15w1
12w1
11b1
2w0
4b0
14b1
13w1

62½
24¼
7
Warp
NZ
4w0
16b1
11b1
1w0
9w1
3b0
2w0
13b1
14w1
15b1
5w½

59½
21¼
8
Tao
NL
1b0
14w1
13b1
9b1
5w0
10w1
4b0
15b1
3w0
2w0
16b1
6
60½
18½
9
XiniX
NL
14b1
2w0
10b1
8w0
7b0
16w1
5b0
4w1
13w1
1b0
15w1
6
59
20
10
The Baron
NL
6w0
12b1
9w0
11b½
13w1
8b0
16b1
1w½
15w1
3b0
2b½

59
20¾
11
GoldBar
NL
3w0
15b1
7w0
10w½
12b½
14b½
6w0
16w1
2b0
13b1
1w0

56½
10¾
12
Zzzzzz
NL
2b0
10w0
16w1
13b½
11w½
6b0
15w1
14b1
1w0
5b0
4w0
4
57½
8
13
Ant
NL
16b1
3b0
8w0
12w½
10b0
15b0
14w1
7w0
9b0
11w0
6b0

51½

14
Shark
NL
9w0
8b0
15w1
4b0
16b½
11w½
13b0
12w0
7b0
6w0
3w0
2
54

15
31337/Celes
NL
5b0
11w0
14b0
16w1
6b0
13w1
12b0
8w0
10b0
7w0
9b0
2
51½
3
16
Djenghis [2]
NL
13w0
7w0
12b0
15b0
14w½
9b0
10w0
11b0
5b0
4w0
8w0
½
54
1

Photos

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KonNoo20.jpg
Johan de Koning, Hans van der Zijden, and Jeroen Noomen, before The King hit the fan...

Overvw24.jpg
Round 9: Vincent Diepeveen and Bas Hamstra, Tao - Diep, (Hans Kuijf (?) watching)
Gian-Carlo Pascutto, Elke van Vlierberghe (covered) and Gerd Isenberg, Deep Sjeng - IsiChess

Grootn26.jpg
Herman Grooten comments on the games

Reports


Forum Posts


External Links


References

  1. ^ ONK 2002 CSVN site
  2. ^ Participants 22nd Open Dutch Computer-Chess Championship 19, 20, 26, 27 Oct. 2002, Leiden, Netherlands
    Marcel van Kervinck is not involved in the current development of Djenghis. Theo, October 29, 2002
  3. ^ 22nd Open Dutch Computer-Chess Championship 2002 - Photo Gallery, Photos by Theo van der Storm

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