The German Amateur Chess Championship 2012/ 13 ended with the big finals in Kassel, which is located in central Germany. According to the German Chess Association, a total number of 2,065 participants competed in seven tournaments and, thus, a new participation record was reached.
Dmitrij Marcziter wins champion title in A- Group
The audience of the final tournament in Kassel could witness a stirring match after six rounds of qualification tournaments. In the end, Dmitrij Marcziter, who plays for the Chess Club Dr. Lasker in Cologne, won the title in the A- Group. Therefore, he qualified to participate in the next German Individual Chess Championship. With 4.5 points sildenafil 100mg in 5 rounds was Marcziter’s score equal to Oliver Kniest from Solingen and Hannes Meyner from the Chess Club of Kassel. Due to his better performance in direct comparison, did Marcziter come off as the winner of this year’s German Amateur Chess Championship.
Further Results of the GACC 2012/ 13
The ranking of the B-Group is headed by Christian Friedrich Köhler (Chess Club Godesberg), who scored 4.5 out of 5, immediately followed by Thomas http://vardenafilcialis-generic.org/ Radke (TV Freiberg), who completed the tournament with 4.0 points like a number of other participants in Kassel. The cialis tadalafil C- Group honored Manfred Weinmann- Musset (SF- Ford) with 4.0 points as their winner. The fourth- placed, however, still obtained 4.0 points. Lastly, Detlef Kröger from Fredersdorf ranked first in the E- Group of the tournament, having scored 4.5 out of 5 points.
One victress and one blind amateur champion
Certainly, the most interesting results were produced in the D- Group and notably the F- Group. In honor of calling himself head of the F- Group with 4.5 points is Axel Eichstädt, competing for FC St. Pauli (Hamburg), who is entirely blind. For the second time in the history of the German Amateur Chess Championship, a woman attained a title. Sarah Hund is the victress of the D- Group, her score at 4.0 points. The performance of the Swiss, who plays for Freiburg- Zähringen in Germany, was equal to many competitors, yet, she came off ahead. The only women to win this championship so far was Amina Sherif (SG Solingen, Magdeburg) with a first rank in the F- Group in 2010/ 11.
written by Michael, translated by Birthe