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OMD Dystro Ope-net 2015 - Results - press release

2015-05-01

International internet chess tournament OMD Ope-net 2015

6. annual – Results

 

6. annual internet chess tournament OMD dystro Ope-net meant for players with muscular dystrophy, with different neuromuscular diseases or other health disabilities organized by Muscular dystrophy organization in Slovak Republic, www.omdvsr.sk ended on 22.3.2015 with the 9th round.

                46 players from 9 countries took part in this tournament, namely: Slovak republic (23), Czech republic (2) Poland(4) Hungary(1), Slovenia(4), Russia(3), Germany(4), Yemen(4), India(1).

There were 2 categories: players with muscular dystrophy (dystro, 26 players) and players with other health disability ( non dystro, 20 players), 40 men and 6 women inscribed into the tournament.

It was played by Swiss system for 9 rounds, time control 30 minutes per player. Every round took one week, beginning on Tuesday. The tournament was open, friendly, not scored.

Players communicated officially thorough the communicational portal, where they registered to the tournament, casted the game terms and reported the results.

Games of chess were played on the chess server www.playok.com. Games were available to watch on-line.  Running information concerning the tournament were made public on Chess club OMD official web side. www.sachomd.estranky.sk.

Igor Kolomyčenko (2073) from Russia became total winner of the tournament.

In dystro category:

  1. Norbert Sova                     Slovak Republic 7 points
  2. Nazim Muhamad              Yemen 6.5 points
  3. Tim Melkert                      Germany 6 points

In other health disability category first positions are:

  1. Igor Kolomyčenko                        Russia, 9 points
  2. Yahya Al Surayhi                         Jemen, 6,5 points
  3. Vladimír Pronin                            Russia, 6 points                     

In women category first place:

     1. Katharina Kohnen         Germany 4 points

In total country evaluation (total score of the first 3 players of the given country) first 3 places:

  1. Russia                                     21 points
  2. Slovakia                                 19 points Bhlz 142,0
  3. Yemen                                    19 points

Detailed results can be found in the chart below, or on the webpage www.openet2015.bashto.sk, where one can watch particular game.

                The winners of the tournament will be rewarded financially. 1. place 30€, 2.place 20€ and 3.place 10€, in both dystro and non dystro category. The winners will be also given original wining cups. The best woman will be rewarded with small material gift.

                During the tournament 4 players had logged off: Pavol Škojec and František Fábry – health causes, Pawel Spierewka – no reasons stated and Eric Britan passed away.

In the chart below basic statistic data about tournament are stated.

Statistics

Total games played

197

 

White wins

99

50%

Draws

10

5%

Black wins

85

43%

Other results

3

2%

Total absence

20

 

Absence with a reference

5

25%

Absence without reference

15

75%

 

The basic idea of the tournament is to allow the chess payers, whose health condition limits their presence in normal chess tournaments, to compete without the need to cross the barriers, which the physical presence on the chess tournaments brings. Some barriers can be hard to overcome.

Spreading out the tournament on a wide international level, allows the players to meet people with similar health disabilities worldwide.

The tournament chief arbiter, as well as the author, is Ondrej Bašták Ďurán. He suggested the tournament during his action in OMD v SR:

There had been no serious problems during the tournament. The first round was the most difficult, because players learned to communicate each other. They arranged the terms for the games – the usage of the communication portal, familiarize themselves with the chess server, unclearness with the time shifting, in the following rounds players had become familiar with the server and stated problems were solved individually.

Internet failure also caused troubles – in many cases internet failed to players from Yemen. Not very fair rule of another game was related to internet failure.

I believe that next year, thanks to experiences from this year, we will move forward and that this tournament once unite chess players with muscular dystrophy and other health disability worldwide.

                Acknowledgement for the realization of the tournament belongs to all its organizers and assistants that in many cases voluntarily took part in the tournament.

 

Sponsors:

www.parahry.skSport equipment for people with health disability

www.dobrakava.sk – Delicious cup of a good cafe

www.zdravotnickepomocky.com – Compensation equipment for people with health disability

www.sztps.skSlovakian federation of handicapped sportsman

www.omdvsr.sk – Organization of muscular dystrophic in SR

We ask any other person interested in sponsoring in following years, to contact the organizer.

 

Contact:

Mgr. Ondrej Bašták Ďuran, arbiter of the tournament, sach@omdvsr.sk, +421 949 737 543

Jozef Blažek, organiser, blazek@omdvsr.sk, +421 948 529 976     

All about the tournamet can be found:  www.sachomd.estranky.sk, www.omdvsr.sk, facebook/omdvsr

 

OMD Dystro Ope-net 2015 Results

           

Dystro category

Pos

Name

Score

Bhlz

SBgr

Country

1

Norbert Sova

7

51,5

36,5

Slovak Republic

2

Nazim Muhammad

6,5

53

34

Yemen

3

Tim Melkert

6

49,5

30,8

Germany

4

Marcel Dirnbach

6

44

25,8

Slovak Republic

5

Attila Farkas

5,5

47

26,5

Hungary

6

Marek Ardamica

5,5

39,5

21

Slovak Republic

7

Viliam Krajc

5

44,5

20

Slovak Republic

8

Kustra

5

42

20

Poland

9

Nejc Zupan

5

40,5

18

Slovenia

10

Thomas Senge

5

35,5

17,5

Germany

11

Grega Zargaj

4

44,5

17

Slovenia

12

Jan Bodzar

4

43,5

16

Slovak Republic

13

Zdenek Janda

4

40,5

11

Czech Republic

14

Katharina Kohnen

4

40

13,5

Germany

15

Marjan Klemencic

4

37,5

12

Slovenia

16

Erika Kostova

4

35

12

Slovak Republic

17

Boris Klohna

4

33,5

9,5

Slovak Republic

18

Juraj Okolicanyi

4

27

8

Slovak Republic

19

Katarina Ligacova

3

36,5

9

Slovak Republic

20

Reitz Katharina

3

31,5

8

Germany

21

Eduard Mikulasik

2,5

26,5

4,75

Slovak Republic

22

Erik Britan

2

42,5

16

Slovak Republic

23

Adam Burianek

2

30

4

Slovak Republic

24

Miroslav Stehlik

1,5

30

3,25

Slovak Republic

25

Frantisek Fabry

0

30

9

Slovak Republic

26

Pavel Spierewka

0

23,5

4

Poland

 

Non-Dystro category

Pos

Name

Score

Bhlz

SBgr

Country

1

Kolomytchenko Igor

9

49

49

Russian Federation

2

Yahya Al Surayhi

6,5

43,5

29,3

Yemen

3

Vladimir Pronin

6

54,5

32,5

Russian Federation

4

Maxim Marievsky

6

53

32

Russian Federation

5

Standa Kuchyna

6

46,5

27

Slovak Republic

6

Zaid Mansor

6

44

27

Yemen

7

Martin Mikulec

5,5

47

24,3

Slovak Republic

8

Stanislaw Koszela

5

53,5

25

Poland

9

Tony Zicho

5

49

24,5

Slovak Republic

10

Hazza Alhamady

5

39,5

19

Yemen

11

Matus Hricoviny

5

38

18,5

Slovak Republic

12

Saraf Snehit

4

43,5

16

India

13

Ales Klemencic

4

41

14

Slovenia

14

Peter Nitray

4

34

10,5

Slovak Republic

15

Marcin Muller

3,5

38,5

13

Poland

16

Iva Vejpustkova

3

39,5

9

Czech Republic

17

Lucia Mrkvicova

3

34,5

5,5

Slovak Republic

18

Jozef Blazek

3

32

9,5

Slovak Republic

19

Martin Bencat

2

26

4

Slovak Republic

20

Pavol Skojec

0

30,5

9

Slovak Republic

 

Women

Pos

Name

Score

Bhlz

SBgr

Country

1

Katharina Kohnen

4

40

13,5

Germany

2

Erika Kostova

4

35

12

Slovak Republic

3

Iva Vejpustkova

3

39,5

9

Czech Republic

4

Katarina Ligacova

3

36,5

9

Slovak Republic

5

Lucia Mrkvicova

3

34,5

5,5

Slovak Republic

6

Reitz Katharina

3

31,5

8

Germany

           

 Countries

   

Pos

Country

Score

Bhlz

   

1

Russian Federation

21

 

   

2

Slovak Republic

19

142,0

   

3

Yemen

19

140,5

   

4

Germany

15

 

   

5

Poland

13,5

 

   

6

Slovenia

13

 

   

7

Czech Republic

7

 

   

8

Hungary

5,5

 

   

9

India

4

 

   

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