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Title Surname Firstnames Country Rating
1
Deus
Pedro Portugal 1728
2
Smith
Paul Isle of Man 1712
3 WCM
Norman
Dinah England 1681 Bye Rnd 4.
4
Macgilchrist
Siegrun Scotland 1645 Bye Rnd 1.
5
Dobson
Howard Isle of Man 1641
6
De Santos
Andrew England 1639
7
Kirkwood
Robin Wales 1633
8
White
Gary England 1628
9
Talas
Sandor Isle of Man 1610 ec
10
Henderson
Franklin United States 1598
11
Kalluri
Hari India 1582 Junior
12
Bullock
Lee England 1555
13
Pal
Rohan England 1533 Junior / ECF conversion.
14
Minor
Harry Isle of Man 1522
15
Silano
Pierluigi Italy 1520
16
Mottram
Paul England 1488 ECF conversion
17
Walker
Gordon Scotland 1474
18
Robinson
Steve England 1450 ECF conversion
19
Jorna
Adam England 1436
20
Kupjasar
Jannur Mongolia 1415
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2018 Chess.com Isle of Man International: Preview
Published: 16 Sep 2018

John Saunders reports: It’s that time again – the Chess.com Isle of Man Chess International starts on 20 October 2018 at the Villa Marina, Douglas, and runs for nine days up to 28 October. Once again the line-up is going to be incredible...

... with a couple of exceptions. Last year you will recall one of the key face-offs was between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana in the penultimate round. This year these two young gentlemen will be meeting elsewhere in the British Isles to decide the little matter of the world chess championship title. That match starts on 9 November, just 12 days after hostilities end in Douglas and precluded their prior appearance on our small but perfectly formed island in the Irish Sea. Caruana had provisionally entered the 2018 Isle of Man event but he must ultimately have realised it would have been too much to take on with less than a fortnight to his date with destiny in London.


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Win earn an expenses-paid spot in the Chess.com Isle of Man International
Published: 25 May 2018

Enter the Chess.com Titled Tuesday tournament on June 5th for a chance to earn an expenses-paid spot in the Chess.com Isle of Man International masters tournament


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Update – entries for the Masters are now closed
Published: 06 May 2018

After less than 3 weeks since we launched, the online entry facility for the Masters is now closed. So far, we have 149 players entered from 34 countries. In addition there are 26 reserved places, including two qualifying spots for a Chess.com Titled Tuesday event to be held over the summer, date to be confirmed


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