European junior championship, Arnhem

1989

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1 IM Serper, Grigory Yuryevich URS 2440 +15 +24 ½6 +12 ½2 -4 +5 +3 +10 +17 +7 +16 ½9 10½
2 FM Dreev, Alexey Sergeyevich URS 2570 +25 +16 +12 ½4 ½1 -3 +10 +6 +21 -7 +8 ½9 ½5 9
3 Hráček, Zbyněk CZE 2390 -29 +30 +13 +11 +21 +2 ½4 -1 +8 -5 +10 +12 ½6 9
4 Topalov, Veselin Aleksandrov BUL 2460 ½14 +29 +9 ½2 +6 +1 ½3 +21 ½7 ½16 -12 -5 ½10 8
5 Marković, Ivan YUG 2370 -24 +15 ½14 +25 +18 ½10 -1 -17 +26 +3 ½16 +4 ½2 8
6 FM Agnos, Demetrios ENG 2375 +28 +26 ½1 ½8 -4 ½11 +9 -2 -16 +20 +17 +7 ½3 8
7 IM Stefánsson, Hannes Hlífar ISL 2470 +13 -8 +18 -21 +23 ½9 ½16 +25 ½4 +2 -1 -6 +17
8 FM Degraeve, Jean-Marc FRA 2365 +20 +7 ½11 ½6 -10 -21 +15 +9 -3 +28 -2 +18 ½12
9 IM Stangl, Markus GER 2375 ½30 +17 -4 +22 ½16 ½7 -6 -8 +19 +24 +11 ½2 ½1
10 FM Fogarasi, Tibor HUN 2395 ½17 ½14 +20 ½16 +8 ½5 -2 +24 -1 +18 -3 +21 ½4
11 FM Kosashvili, Yona ISR 2425 ½19 +22 ½8 -3 +13 ½6 -21 -18 +27 +25 -9 +24 +16
12 IM Luther, Thomas GDR 2410 +27 +23 -2 -1 ½28 ½24 +18 ½16 ½17 +21 +4 -3 ½8
13 Sjödahl, Pontus SWE 2280 -7 +32 -3 +26 -11 +27 -24 -28 +31 +22 ½18 +25 +21
14   Claesen, Pieter BEL 2260 ½4 ½10 ½5 -23 ½17 -26 ½28 +32 ½29 +15 -25 +27 +22 7
15 Borge, Nikolaj DEN 2245 -1 -5 +31 -19 +20 +22 -8 -26 +32 -14 +29 +23 +25 7
16 Pedzich, Dominik POL 2365 +31 -2 +26 ½10 ½9 ½23 ½7 ½12 +6 ½4 ½5 -1 -11
17 Miguel Lago, Victor Miguel ESP ½10 -9 -22 +30 ½14 +29 +23 +5 ½12 -1 -6 +20 -7
18 Van Wely, Loek NED 2320 ½22 +19 -7 +29 -5 +28 -12 +11 ½25 -10 ½13 -8 +27
19 Menghi, Carlo LUX ½11 -18 -28 +15 ½22 -25 +30 ½20 -8 +32 -27 +31 +24
20 Brandner, Stefan AUT -8 +31 -10 -24 -15 +32 +27 ½19 +22 -6 +28 -17 +30
21 Norri, Joose FIN 2370 -26 +27 +24 +7 -3 +8 +11 -4 -2 -12 +23 -10 -13 6
22 Tzermiadianos, Andreas GRE ½18 -11 +17 -9 ½19 -15 +31 +23 -20 -13 +32 +29 -14 6
23 Ruxton, Keith SCO 2325 +32 -12 ½29 +14 -7 ½16 -17 -22 +30 +26 -21 -15 +31 6
24 Atkinson, Paul WLS +5 -1 -21 +20 ½25 ½12 +13 -10 ½28 -9 +31 -11 -19
25 Bosch, Jeroen NED 2305 -2 ½28 +30 -5 ½24 +19 +26 -7 ½18 -11 +14 -13 -15
26 Morais, Mario POR +21 -6 -16 -13 +31 +14 -25 +15 -5 -23 -30 +32 ½29
27 Hjelmaas, Lars NOR -12 -21 +32 ½28 +29 -13 -20 +30 -11 +31 +19 -14 -18
28 Petrone, Daniele ITA -6 ½25 +19 ½27 ½12 -18 ½14 +13 ½24 -8 -20 ½30 +32 6
29 Demirel, Tolga TRK +3 -4 ½23 -18 -27 -17 +32 +31 ½14 ½30 -15 -22 ½26 5
30 Andreasen, Joan Hendrik FAE ½9 -3 -25 -17 +32 ½31 -19 -27 -23 ½29 +26 ½28 -20 4
31 Rechi Pérez, Jesús AND -16 -20 -15 +32 -26 ½30 -22 -29 -13 -27 -24 -19 -23
32 Stafrace, Joseph MLT -23 -13 -27 -31 -30 -20 -29 -14 -15 -19 -22 -26 -28 0

[1] gives partial round-by-round results which together with all the games as given in [2] allowed for a reconstruction of the crosstable. [2] gives the name of Anagnostopoulos instead of Agnos. This, to me, seems more unlikely since it would mean two Greek players participated and no English one. Claesen’s 14th place was the best result since Goormachtigh’s 9th place in 1974. In fact, it was the first time a Belgian scored more than 50% in the official European junior championship.

Wanted

  • The exact dates for the games.

Sources

  1. Nieuwsblad van het Noorden 20-12-1989 – 03-01-1990
  2. 365chess.com
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