GIPF + TAMSK-potentials tournament

Organization: MSO & Project GIPF Center
Place: South Bank University, London
Date: August 25, 2001
Format: Swiss system, 5 rounds, 20 min. player/game
Participants: 8


Surprising Fred Kok...

Fred Kok (NL) was the first to get a gold medal around his neck - and nobody seemed more surprised than Fred Kok himself. He had come to London to regain his LoA world title, but got away with a golden GIPF-with-TAMSK-potentials medal by winning 4 of his 5 matches. So did Werner Dupont (B), but Fred had beaten him in the 4th round and that made the difference. Stephen Tavener (GB) scored 3 points and that was good enough for bronze.


Standings


Place Name                        Score  M-Buch Buch. Progr.     

 1-2  Kok, Fred (NL)              4       7.0   12.0   11.0
      Dupont, Werner (B)          4       6.0   12.0   13.0 
 3    Tavener, Stephen (GB)       3       6.0   11.0    9.0 
 4-7  Ragnarsson, Carl J (S)      2       9.0   15.0    7.0  
      Van den Branden, Kurt (B)   2       9.0   14.0    5.0  
      Bleasdale, Sebastian (GB)   2       7.0   12.0    6.0  
      Pauwels, Rita (B)           2       6.0   11.0    6.0   
 8    Nuyttens, Christof (B)      1       7.0   13.0    3.0       


Cross table

No Name                   Nat.  1   2   3   4   5  

1. Bleasdale, Sebastian   GB    2:L 6:W 7:L 4:W 5:L
2. Dupont, Werner         B     1:W 5:W 8:W 3:L 6:W
3. Kok, Fred              NL    4:W 8:L 6:W 2:W 7:W
4. Nuyttens, Christof     B     3:L 7:L 5:W 1:L 8:L
5. Pauwels, Rita          B     8:W 2:L 4:L 6:L 1:W
6. Ragnarsson, Carl J     S     7:W 1:L 3:L 5:W 2:L
7. Tavener, Stephen       GB    6:L 4:W 1:W 8:W 3:L
8. Van den Branden, Kurt  B     5:L 3:W 2:L 7:L 4:W





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