Groningen 1997 / Lausanne 1998

1st FIDE KO World Chess Championship

Groningen 1997

09 DEZ / 30 DEZ
 

Lausanne 1998

02 JAN / 09 JAN
 



 
Players
Adams, MichaelENG2680
Adianto, UtutINA2610
Akopian, VladimirARM2660
Alexandrov, AleksejBLR2660
Almasi, ZoltanHUN2615
Alterman, BorisISR2615
Anand, ViswanathanIND2765
Anastasian, AshotARM2545
Andersson, UlfSWE2640
Azmaiparashvili, ZurabGEO2650
Bacrot, EtienneFRA2545
Bareev, YevgenyRUS2670
Barua, DibyenduIND2515
Beliavsky, AlexanderSLO2710
Benjamin, JoelUSA2580
Bologan, ViktorMDA2585
Chernin, AlexanderHUN2640
Christiansen, LarryUSA2550
Dreev, AlexeyRUS2640
Ehlvest, JaanEST2610
Epishin, VladimirRUS2570
Fominyh, AlexanderRUS2535
Garcia, GildardoCOL2480
Gelfand, BorisBLR2695
Georgiev, KirilBUL2670
Giorgadze, GiorgyGEO2625
Glek, IgorRUS2505
Granda, JulioPER2625
Gretarsson, HelgiISL2475
Gulko, BorisUSA2580
Hamdouchi, HichemMAR2535
Hansen, CurtDEN2600
Hernandez, GilbertoMEX2525
Khalifman, AlexanderRUS2655
Hjartarson, JohannISL2605
Hoeksema, HendrikNED2400
Hracek, ZbynekCZE2605
Illescas, MiguelESP2585
Istratescu, AndreiROM2550
Ivanchuk, VassilyUKR2725
Kaidanov, GrigoryUSA2600
Karpov, AnatolyRUS2745
Kindermann, StephanGER2570
Kobese, WatuRSA2315
Korchnoi, ViktorSUI2610
Kotronias, VasiliosGRE2585
Kramnik, VladimirRUS2770
Krasenkov, MichalPOL2645
Kurajica, BojanBIH2545
Lautier, JoelFRA2660
Leko, PeterHUN2635
Lerner, KonstantinUKR2560
Luther, ThomasGER2525
Malaniuk, VladimirUKR2615
Miladinovic, IgorGRE2500
Milos, GilbertoBRA2590
Milov, VadimSUI2635
Mohammed, EsamEGY2460
Morovic, IvanCHI2600
Morozevich, AlexanderRUS2590
Murshed, NiazBAN2490
Nenashev, AlexanderRUS2585
Nijboer, FrisoNED2605
Nikolic, PredragBIH2630
Oll, LembitEST2645
Peng, XiaominCHN2530
Petursson, MargeirISL2555
Piket, JeroenNED2630
Polgar, JudithHUN2670
Portisch, LajosHUN2610
Rozentalis, EduardasLTU2645
Rublevsky, SergeiRUS2650
Sadler, MatthewENG2665
Salov, ValeryRUS2680
Seirawan, YasserUSA2630
Shaked, TalUSA2500
Shirov, AlexeiESP2700
Short, NigelENG2660
Slobodjan, RomanGER2550
Smyslov, VassilyRUS2480
Sokolov, AndreiRUS2585
Sokolov, IvanBIH2635
Spraggett, KevinCAN2575
Sulskis, SarunasLTU2510
Sutovsky, EmilISR2590
Svidler, PeterRUS2660
Timman, JanNED2625
Tiviakov, SergeiRUS2590
Tkachiev, VladislavKAZ2615
Topalov, VeselinBUL2745
Umgaev, AlexanderRUS   -
Vaganian, RafaelARM2640
van der Sterren, PaulNED2555
van der Wiel, JohnNED2525
van Wely, LoekNED2655
Wang, ZiliCHN2520
Wells, PeterENG2530
Yermolinsky, AlexUSA2650
Yussupov, ArthurGER2640
Zvjaginsev, VadimRUS2635

 


 

Fase Eliminatoria  -   Groningen Dez 1997

 

Fases 1 a 5
Svidler 1 Svidler 1 Svidler 2

Adams

2 Adams
Adianto 2 Adianto
Wang 0
Epishin 2 Epishin
Sokolov,I 1
Giorgadze 4 Giorgadze 0 Adams 1 Adams 4
Bacrot 3 2
Adams
Rozentalis 1 Rozentalis Tiviakov
Lerner
Tiviakov 1
Hansen 1 Miladinovic van Wely 3 van Wely 1 van Wely 1
Miladinovic 2
van Wely 1
Piket Piket 2
Topalov 1
Alterman 1 Alterman 1 Georgiev 1 Georgiev
Wells
Georgiev 2
Kotronias 1 Milov 4 Milov
Milov 2
Christiansen 4 Andersson 3
Andersson 5
Azmaiparashvili 2 Azmaiparashvili 1 Azmaiparashvili 3 Krasenkov 0 Short
Slobodjan 1 Slobodjan 1
Leko
Alexandrov 3 Alexandrov 2 Alexandrov
Gulko 2
Hjartarson 2 Hjartarson 1
Sulskis 1
Krasenkov 1 Krasenkov 1 Krasenkov 1 Krasenkov 4
v.d.Sterren
Sutovskij Garcia Gild
Garcia Gild 1
Malaniuk 2 Malaniuk 0 Bareev
Hamdouchi 0
Bareev 2
Rublevsky 2 Rublevsky 1 Rublevsky 1 Beliavsky 1 Short 2
Spragett 0
Shaked 3 Shaked
Morovic 2
Beliavsky 1 Beliavsky 2
Timman
Chernin 2 Istratescu 0 Sokolov,A 0 Short 3
Istratescu 3
Sokolov,A 1 Sokolov,A 2
Kobese
Korchnoi 1 Korchnoi 2 Short 2
Hernandez
Short 3
Kaidanov 2 Zvjaginsev 2 Zvjaginsev 1 Dreev 1 Gelfand
Benjamin 2 Zvjaginsev 4
Zvjaginsev 3
Seirawan 3 Seirawan 1 Seirawan 1
Anastasian 1
Ivanchuk
van der Wiel Ehlvest 2 Sadler Dreev 3
Ehlvest 1
Sadler 4
Hoeksema Nenashev Dreev 1
Nenashev 1
Dreev 1
Petursson Oll 1 Oll 1 Tkachiev 2

Gelfand

2
Oll 1
Smyslov 0 Morozevich
Morozevich 2
Fominyh Tkachiev 3 Tkachiev 2
Tkachiev 1
Salov 1
Barua 2 Hracek Lautier 2 Gelfand 3
Hracek 3
Lautier 1
Gelfand 4
Kindermann 3 Kinderman 0 Milos 1 Shirov 1 Shirov Anand
Yermolinsky 2
Milos 2 Milos 2
Murshed 0
Kurajica 1 Granda Shirov 2
Granda 2
Shirov 1
Luther 3 Luther Akopian 4 Akopian
Portisch 2
Akopian 1
Umgaev 0 Bologan 0 Vaganian 3
Bologan 2
Vaganian 2
Peng Almasi 1 Almasi 1 Almasi 0 Anand 1
Almasi 1
Polgar,Jud
Gretarsson 1 Gretarsson Yussupov
Illescas
Yussupov 1
Glek 1 Nijboer 0 Khalifman 2 Anand 2
Nijboer 2
Khalifman 2
Anand 2 Anand 3
Nikolic 0

 

Quartas de Final  e  Semifinal
Adams1 0 1         4Adams 0     4       Anand     
Short0 1 0         3
Gelfand 0                         Anand 1     5
Anand 1                        1

 

Final  -   Lausanne  1998
PDataBrancasResPretas
102 JanKarpov1:0Anand
203 JanAnand1:0Karpov
304 JanKarpov:Anand
406 JanAnand0:1Karpov
507 JanKarpov:Anand
608 JanAnand1:0Karpov
709 JanKarpov1:0Anand
809 JanAnand0:1Karpov

 

Resultado Final :

KARPOV   5 : 3    ANAND

 


 

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Karpov (Black)  -  Anand (White)

 

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Anatoly Karpov - World Champion

 


 

The 1997 World Championship Cycle

                                                                            by   John Garrot

The 1997 World Championship Cycle was different from all previous cycles.  Instead of a 3 year series of tournaments and matches culminating in a 24 game match for the World's Chess Championship,a knockout tournament was held from December 8, 1997 to December 30, in Gronigen, The Netherlands.  The survivor then played the current World's Champion, Anatoly Karpov in a 6 game match for the championship.  This match was held January 1, 1998 to January 9, 1998 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

There were 98 players in the tournament, with 97 matches.  Players were seeded by rating, by position in previous championship cycles, etc.  68 players started in the 1st round, 28 more in the second, and another (Gelfand) in the 3rd.  Anatoly Karpov played only in the final match.

A condensed version of the tournament rules follows:

The matches, consisting of 2 (4 in round 7, and 6 in the championship) games, were played at the rate of 1 game per day, with time limits of 40/100,  20/50, and all remaining moves in 10 minutes.  30 seconds were added to the clock after each move, commencing from the first move.  No adjournments!

Should the match be tied, on the following day, a second match would be played, all game in 25 minutes for each player, with 10 seconds added to the clock after every move.  Should this second match be tied, in rounds 2 - 7, another match would be played, all game in 15 minutes for each player, again with 10 seconds added to the clock after every move.

If the score were still tied after the 2d match of round 1, or the 3rd match of rounds 2-7, then sudden death games, 4 minutes for White, 5 minutes for Black, 10 seconds added to the clock after each move, were played.  In case, of a draw, another game would be played. Should the arbiter feel that too much time was being taken, he (or she...) could require one sudden death game, 6 minutes for white, 5 for black, no added time.  In event of a draw, black advances to the next round.

Also, the players were required to keep their own score in the the first 2 game match each round.  If any other games were played that round, assistants kept the score, with the players having the right to consult the score sheet.

The prize fund for the tournament was $5 million.  The winner received $1,370,000.00 and the world championship.  The remaining players  received the following amounts depending on the round they were knocked out in:

Round

Prize

1

$6.000

2

$12.000

3

$24.000

4

$48.000

5

$96.000

6

$192.000

7

$375.000

Championship

$768.000

 

Prizes were adjusted by two factors.

1) FIDE took a portion (tithe?) of the winnings.

2) If two players were tied after the 1st match of a round, then the eventual loser received 20% of the winners pay for the next round, if their match ended before the sudden death games, 40% if their match went into sudden death.

Some minor statistics follows:

  • 331 games were played.

  • White won 94, Black won 66, and 171 were drawn.

  • There were 200 games played at the 1st time limit (40/100, etc), 80 games played at the 2nd speed control, 38 played at the 3rd, and 13 sudden death games.

 

Please send any additions, corrections, or praises to:

John Garrott

johnga@primenet.com

Direct any complaints or flames to: /dev/null

Agradecemos ao autor pela gentileza em permitir a reproducao deste interessante artigo.

 


 

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