Thursday, September 24, 2009

Anish Giri: “Every opponent was strong and tough”

23 September 2009, 16.52 CET | By Peter Doggers  | Filed under: Reports | Tags: Interview

Anish GiriLast Sunday he became the youngest player ever to win the Dutch Championship. The Dutch chess scene has welcomed and embraced Russian born Anish Giri and the 15-year-old super-talent, who already made appearance on Dutch national TV, was happy to answer some questions for ChessVibes as well.

The Dutch Championship took place September 12-20 in Haaksbergen, The Netherlands. After writing about the withdrawal of Tiviakov and the exciting 7th round, we still owed you a final report. In the penultimate round GM Anish Giri defeated GM Karel van der Weide and so all he needed in his last-round game against GM Dimitri Reinderman was a draw, which he managed easily. In the women’s section Peng Zhaoqin won her 11th title, as convincingly as always.

Dutch Championship 2009 | Final Standings

Dutch Championship 2009

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