World Mind Games 2014: Day 7

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There is just one more short session of 21 boards to play in Individual competitions at the 2014 Sport Accord World Mind Games and then, after a hard week of competition, the championships will be over for another year.

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17 de Diciembre 2014mind2014

Los 2014 SportAccord World Mind Games

 Beijing, China del 11 al 18 Diciembre 2014

 There is just one more short session of 21 boards to play in Individual competitions at the 2014 Sport Accord World Mind Games and then, after a hard week of competition, the championships will be over for another year.

Tor Helness

Tor Helness

After 48 boards of the open Individual three of the four players who tied for gold in the Pairs Championship occupy the top three places. Tor Helness leads the way from Ilan Herbst with Geir Helgemo in third. were Herbst to come out on top on Wednesday morning it would mean a treble for the Israeli, a remarkable achievement at a tournament of this quality, even in a relatively small field.

Marion Michielsen

Marion Michielsen

In the Women’s competition, Pairs winner Marion Michielsen of the Netherlands is tied for first with Teams winner Catherine Draper of England. A lot can happen in 21 boards in any form of the game, but particularly so in an Individual, so there are a lot of players going into the final session of both championships with realistic hopes
of a medal.

Ranking Individual

 

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