Who's Playing: Major

Title Surname Firstnames Country Rating
1
Allor
Chukwuka Nigeria 2091
2
Gill
Neville Isle of Man 2075
3
Hollander
Hans Netherlands 2018
4
Salewski
Bernd Germany 1993
5
Ireland
David England 1972
6
Sedgwick
David England 1972
7
Gostelow
David England 1961
8
Nelson
Omowale England 1955
9
Fabri
Henrik Sweden 1939
10
Buckley
Colm Ireland 1928
11
Moller
Agnar Iceland 1920
12
Chino
Nwachukwu Nigeria 1893
13
Cross
Glenn Isle of Man 1893
14
Mehmet
Zia England 1892
15
Kane
Robert England 1890
16
Burrows
Nick England 1888
17
Murray
Jim Ireland 1876
18
Mai
Alexander Iceland 1875 Junior
19
Mittal
Mumukshu India 1861 Junior
20
Stuhlmann
Alexander Germany 1857
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2017 Prizegiving
Published: 03 Oct 2017

John Saunders reports: The prizegiving for the 2017 Chess.com Isle of Man tournament was held in the Villa Marina on Sunday 1 October at 9pm. Guest of honour was the tournament sponsor Isai Scheinberg who made the presentation of the Masters trophy and cheque for £50,000 to the winner of the open section, Magnus Carlsen.


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Round 9 Report
Published: 02 Oct 2017

John Saunders reports: world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway won the 2017 Chess.com Isle of Man Masters tournament after holding Hikaru Nakamura of the USA in the ninth and last round at the Villa Marina, Douglas, on 1 October 2017. Magnus Carlsen scored 7½ out of 9 to take the £50,000 first prize, ahead of Hikaru Nakamura and former world champion Viswanathan Anand (India) on 7 points. Tied in fourth place on 6½ were nine players: Pavel Eljanov (Ukraine), Dhopade Swapnil (India), Richard Rapport (Hungary), Vidit Santosh Gujrathi (India), Vladimir Kramnik (Russia), Fabiano Caruana (USA), Mickey Adams (England), Alexei Shirov (Latvia), Emil Sutovsky (Israel).


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Masters - Final Ranking List
Published: 01 Oct 2017

The final ranking list of the Masters was as follows:


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