International junior tournament

28-12-1998 > 05-01-1999

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1 IM Blehm, Paweł POL 2428 +8 +3 +2 +5 +4 +6 +9 +7 +12 9
2 FM Agopov, Mikael FIN 2398 +21 +11 -1 +6 ½16 +9 -4 +5 +3
3 FM Šimáček, Pavel CZE 2380 +22 -1 ½11 +10 +20 +16 ½5 +6 -2 6
4 Snarheim, Dagfinn NOR 2190 -11 +21 +20 +16 -1 ½5 +2 ½9 ½6
5 Lötscher, Roland SUI 2193 +12 +10 ½6 -1 +7 ½4 ½3 -2 ½8 5
6 Christensen, Stefan DEN 2197 +23 +17 ½5 -2 +15 -1 +10 -3 ½4 5
7 Shiskov, Andrei EST 2322 ½9 ½15 +8 ½19 -5 +17 +18 -1 ½10 5
8 Jakupović, Neven BIH 2272 -1 +22 -7 +18 -10 ½13 +21 +15 ½5 5
9 Kovaljov, Denis EST 2260 ½7 +14 ½16 ½15 +19 -2 -1 ½4 ½13
10 Jędryczka, Krystian POL 2371 +19 -5 +17 -3 +8 ½15 -6 ½12 ½7
11   Croonenborghs, Tom BEL 2130 +4 -2 ½3 -17 ½21 +19 -12 ½18 +15
12 Nygren, Kim SWE -5 -19 +24 +23 ½17 ½18 +11 ½10 -1
13 Carlsson, Pontus SWE 2141 +24 -16 -15 ½21 -18 ½8 +23 +22 ½9
14 Kimari, Patrick SWE 2168 ½15 -9 -23 -20 ½22 +24 +17 ½19 +16
15 Eriksson, Jonas SWE 2199 ½14 ½7 +13 ½9 -6 ½10 +16 -8 -11 4
16 Bučinskas, Valdas LTU 2222 +18 +13 ½9 -4 ½2 -3 -15 +20 -14 4
17 Landgren, Philip SWE +20 -6 -10 +11 ½12 -7 -14 +24 ½21 4
18 Johansson, Christian SWE 2065 -16 +24 ½19 -8 +13 ½12 -7 ½11 ½22 4
19 Grimsholm, Ola SWE -10 +12 ½18 ½7 -9 -11 +24 ½14 ½23 4
20 Carlström, Niklas SWE 2030 -17 +23 -4 +14 -3 ½21 ½22 -16 ½24
21 Lönngren, Tobias SWE -2 -4 +22 ½13 ½11 ½20 -8 ½23 ½17
22 Nolan, Graeme SCO 2174 -3 -8 -21 ½24 ½14 +23 ½20 -13 ½18 3
23 Horn, Emilia SWE 2003 -6 -20 +14 -12 -24 -22 -13 ½21 ½19 2
24 Ornstein, Petra SWE -13 -18 -12 ½22 +23 -14 -19 -17 ½20 2

Polish representative Blehm had a magnificent tournament and was the first player ever to score 100% in the long history of the Hallsberg tournament. Croonenborghs had a satisfactory tournament, meeting many of the top players and not scoring too badly against them. There was also a blitz tournament, but I do not know whether Croonenborghs participated.

[3] has all the games with the exception of the second round game between Lötscher and Jędryczka. [3] gives the final standings, which are compatible with the results from the games provided Lötscher won this missing game (or perhaps Jędryczka forfeited). [1] announces the dates. As there are nine days and nine rounds, it seems reasonable to assume one round was played per day. Note that [3] gives Eriksson’s first name as Johan instead of Jonas. This is contradicted by [3] and would also be highly implausible as Johan Eriksson was not a junior anymore at this point.

Wanted

  • Some confirmation for the dates.

Sources

  1. Tidskrift för Schack Vol.104 No.10
  2. Tidskrift för Schack Vol.105 No.3
  3. 365chess.com
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