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Title Surname Firstnames Country Rating
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Carr
Jay United States 1842
22
Foster
Timothy England 1842
23
Clavero Alarcon
Jose Miguel Spain 1824
24
Nandi
Robin England 1818
25
Gopakumar
Siddharth India 1816
26
Sutton
Daniel England 1811
27
Towers
Brian Israel 1805
28
Ford
Clifton United States 1794
29
Blackburn
Jon England 1792
30
Gumireddy
Sanjay Isle of Man 1790
31
Livesy
Nigel England 1789
32
Daly
Patrick Ireland 1786
33
Miah
Zahed Isle of Man 1784
34
Shah
Jeel India 1778
35
Price
Andrew England 1768
36
Mircov
Nicola Romania 1767
37
Hall
Alan England 1746
38
Flanagan
Samuel Northern Ireland 1740
39
Haddock
Paul England 1538
40
Heidarsson
Arnar Iceland 1480 Junior Bye Rnd 1.
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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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