Sunday, 13 April 2014

2014 Bangkok Open

The moveable feast that is Easter meant this year saw a clash of dates between the Bangkok Open and the Doeberl Cup. For European readers it might seem odd that the organisers worry about a clash between tournaments held 7,500km apart, but there are some players who play both events (and the SIO as well). Fortunately it looks as if neither event is suffering for numbers, and in fact a group of Australian players has decided that flying to Thailand is more appealing than staying at home.
There is live coverage of the event via Chessdom, and today's games featured Australian FM Tim Reilly on the top boards (sadly he lost). If you want to see the results for the Open then of course Chess Results is your friend. The results for the Challengers can be found the same way.

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