71 ( +1 | -1 ) yes.Very interesting indeed. And the article is great, who was the genius who wrote it? lol
Unfortuanately I failed my country by blundering away a great position against Leo Teemäe (2092). Can't stop kicking myself for that!
But the event was great, I enjoyed it very much! I agree with Mig, when he says: "Such big events, where amateurs get to play alongside top stars, are great for the sport." ( -> www.chessninja.com )
Felt great, unfortunately this was not a close match, but I can imagine how Kazachenkov felt in 1985 when he won on the 60th board - last board playing, thus giving Latvia the win with 50,5 vs 49,5. Incredible!